Over 500 years after their descendants were expelled from Spain in 1492, more than 132,000 Jews have applied for Spanish nationality under a limited-term offer that expired in early October
The Spanish parliament passed a law in October 2015 that sought to address a what it called a “historic mistake” by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella who in 1492 ordered Spain’s centuries-old Jewish community to either convert to Catholicism, be burned at the stake for heresy, or be permanently deported from...

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