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That has resulted in a conflation of terms, particularly in Israel and in religious usage, with "Sephardi" being used in a broad sense and including Mizrahi Jews and North African Jews as well as Sephardim proper.
As spoken by the Kurdish Jews, Judeo-Aramaic languages are Neo-Aramaic languages descended from Jewish Babylonian Aramaic.
Before the establishment of the state of Israel, Mizrahi Jews did not identify themselves as a separate Jewish subgroup.
Instead, Mizrahi Jews generally characterized themselves as Sephardi, as they follow the traditions of Sephardi Judaism (but with some differences among the minhag "customs" of particular communities).
In Talmudic and Geonic times, however, this word "ma'arav" referred to the land of Israel, as contrasted with Babylonia.
For this reason, many object to the use of "Mizrahi" to include Moroccan and other North African Jews.
In Syria, most eventually intermarried with, and assimilated into, the larger established communities of Musta'rabim and Mizrahim.