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The Jews in modern Egypt, 1914-1952

Gudrun Krämer

The Jews in modern Egypt, 1914-1952

by Gudrun Krämer

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Published by I.B. Tauris in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementGudrun Krämer.
SeriesPublications on the Near East -- no.4, Publications on the Near East (University of Washington) -- no.4.
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 319p.
Number of Pages319
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22810812M
ISBN 101850431000

The Jews in Modern Egypt: (London: I B Tauris & Co Ltd, ), 3. contributions to the literature in his book, French Jews, Turkish Jews: The Alliance Israélite Universelle and the Politics of Jewish Schooling in Turkey His work is a significantAuthor: Juliette Rosenthal. Egyptian Jews constitute both one of the oldest and youngest Jewish communities in the world. While no exact census exists, the Jewish population of Egypt was estimated at fewer than a hundred in , [1] down from betw in [2] The historic core of the indigenous community consisted mainly of Arabic-speaking Rabbanites and Karaites.

the jews in modern egypt, seattle: university of washington press. X, p., 25 d. Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. 2. For example, AJC, A Report on the Situation in Egypt (Jan. ), AJC/FAD-1, Foreign Countries, Egypt, –49; WJC, The Treatment of Jews in Egypt and Iraq (), MHT A-1/; Nehemiah Robinson [for WJC], The Arab Countries of the Near East and Their Jewish Communities (), MHT A-1/; American Jewish Congress, The Black Record: Nasser's Persecution of .

Jews Christains and Moslems in the Mediterranean World after , Taylor & Cass Edited by Emeritus Prof. Alisa Meyuhas Genio, Tel Aviv University The Jews in modern Egypt, By Gudrun Krämer. Les Medicins Juifs au Service de l'Egypte by . Gudrun Krämer's The Jews in Modern Egypt, –, demonstrates that no single experience was shared by all Egyptian Jews because differences of class, ethnic origins, rite, and political outlook all tended to erode Jewish communal solidarity without completely effacing it.


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London: I. Tauris, Pp. bibliography, notes and index. Only a couple of generations ago there were a million Jews scattered throughout the Arab world. Today there are almost none. The conditions of their existence. The Jews in Modern Egypt, (Publications on the Near East, No.

4.) University of Washington Press, Landau, Jacob M. Jews and non-Jews in nineteenth-century Egypt and Syria. Jerusalem: Hebrew University, BIBLIOGRAPHY OF JEWS FROM ARAB COUNTRIES. However, “The Jews in Modern Egypt ” book by Gudrun Kramer says it was built in The synagogue was named after Sephardic Jacob de Manesce seemed to have come to Egypt via Palestine and Morocco in the 18th century.

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6 Apart from the essays by Lital Levy and Orit Bashkin mentioned in note 1, the only other article I know that discusses the memoirs of Iraqi Jews is by Shmuel Moreh, who wrote about some of. 15 Krämer, The Jews in Modern Egypt, – 16 See Beinin, Joel, ‘ Book Reviews ’, International Journal of Middle East Studies, 42 (), –here, In addition, the notion that the Ba'ath was influenced by the fascists is still being debated as demonstrated by Gilbert Achcar's The Arabs and the : Mia Lee.