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did my giyur in Israel in an Orthodox environment: this wasn’t easy, mainly because I was considered non-Jewish for the first time in my life, while paradoxically living in a Jewish setting. Back home I had already been an active member of the community, and for several years had taught young members

In: Jews in Dialogue

Jerusalem is modeled on a different poem by Halevi. 18 In the poem on Ezekiel, the poet expresses the wish that he could spend the rest of his life living near the tomb; he declares any man happy whom Ezekiel brings near to dwell in his courts. These lines allude to the Psalmist’s longing for the Temple

In: 'His Pen and Ink Are a Powerful Mirror'

regularly hired Arab field labourers at a low wage. 10 These practices exposed them to the criticism of later arriving Jews, especially those motivated by socialist Zionism and the idea of Jewish-Arab market separation, people who asserted that all economies built on the backs of native labour would be

In: Arabic and its Alternatives
Author: Yaron Catane

: “Then I will turn to nations a clear language to call them all in the name of the Lord.” 7 Moreover, unlike other religions, Judaism does not encourage nor motivate conversions, but rather rejects converts unless they are persistent and sincere. 8 Gentiles, therefore, are not required to become

In: Jews in Dialogue

motivated by two interwoven factors. Firstly, Britain’s role in Iraq (mentioned before) is partially to blame for this – in fact the only other place that the AJA was as active was Palestine, a point the AJA even refers to in a 1943 summary of its histories and objectives. 66 Secondly and perhaps more

In: Arabic and its Alternatives