"We don`t communicate in Arabic, we don`t adhere to an Arab way of life. We are Jews and members of a people, the Jewish people." That's funny. All the groups that you mentioned speak Arabic at home and listen to Arabic songs because these are cultural things that you don't throw away just because you changed your geographical locations! Be honest now, whose songs would you rather listen to: Farid El-Atrash or Sarit Haddad? Have you forgotten that Moshe Elyahu, an Iraqi Jew, spent his life in Israel singing Arabic songs with a mixed Arab-Jew band in mostly Arab weddings? Ask your grand-parents! I also know that Iraqi Jews are the most educated of all oriental Jews and that's why they ran the Arab Department of the Ministry of Education for many many years!
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