Jews of Arab and Islamic Countries: History, Problems, Solutions
This seminal work presents an unbiased perspective and historical overview of Ashkenazi-Sephardi relations and offers a pragmatic approach towards bridging the gap dividing the two communities in Israel today. Concise tables elucidate the scope of the disparity, and the history, culture, and mores of Sephardim worldwide are analyzed.
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CONTEMPORARY HISTORY OF THE JEWS
END OF AN ERA EMIGRATION
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