Not long ago Spain and Portugal passed laws allowing descendants of the Sefardi that were expelled from the Iberian Peninsula in the late 1490s to reclaim Spanish and/or Portuguese Citizenship. These governments are doing it as an act of reparations and to stimulate their economies. I was wondering how appealing this is to those of Sefardic descent?
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