An introductory chapter presents, in popular fashion, a portrait of Judaism. Pp. 99-244, "Una historia de desencuentros", recount the history of the Jews in Spain from Roman times to the present, and the stance of Christians and Spanish state institutions toward them. Pp. 353-374 contain a list of Spanish family names suspected of having Jewish origins, taken from lists of victims of the Inquisition, from censuses of Jewish quarters (juderías), and from other sources.