Güler Orgun - A turkish-jewish-muslim tale

von: Centropa - Ulrike Ostermann

In the traditional Ladino language of her Sephardic Jewish ancestors, Güler Orgun tells us how her family found a new home in the Ottoman Empire after being expelled from Spain in the late 15th century. We learn why her parents converted to Islam, and how Güler herself later came to find her Jewish roots again - before she married a Muslim man.

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  • Drehbuch: Ulrike Ostermann, Edward Serotta

  • Sprecher: Lila Gürmen

  • Sound: Wolfgang Els

  • Produktion: 2010

  • Spieldauer: 00:18:02

  • hrsg. von: Centropa und Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung

 
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