Sucary writes in a universal perspective about issues of identity and place. His books deal with meta physical questions, as well as with socio-political question of Oriental Jews in Israel and world-wide. Sucary has received a number of exclusive literature prizes for his work: the Brenner Prize for Hebrew Literature, the Prime Minister Prize for Hebrew Literature, and the Washington Israeli Institute Prize. His latest book, “From Benghazi to Bergen-Belsen,” tells the story of the Holocaust of Oriental Jewry and was chosen by the Ministry of Education to be part of the Holocaust curriculum for high school students in Israel.
While in San Diego, Sucary taught an undergraduate course in the sociology department at UCSD and gave a lecture at Congregation Beth Israel titled, “Israel’s changing attitude to the lost story of the Holocaust of North African Jews.”