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Moroccan Jews

Moroccan Jews
Autor: Frederic P. Miller / Agnes F. Vandome / John McBrewster
Verfügbarkeit: Auf Lager.
Artikelnummer: 866110
ISBN / EAN: 9786131679810

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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Moroccan Jewry is thought to have two main origins, the first being Jewish migration to North Africa during and after the Second Temple period. A second large wave of migration from the Iberian peninsula occurred in the period leading up to and following the Spanish Inquisition. Over the following five centuries, the differences between Jews of different migrations were lost and may only be detectable today by one's last name. Prior to the mass exodus of Jews after 1948, Morocco had a Jewish population of almost a quarter of a million. Jews of Moroccan descent can be found all over the world, but mainly in Israel, France, Canada and United States. Fewer than 7,000 Jews remain in Morocco itself. Moroccan Jews are a branch of Maghrebim. Moroccan Jews constitute an ancient community, immigrating to the region as early as 70 CE. Until the 1950's the majority of Morocco's Jews were still living in Morocco. After Israel's independence in 1948, and due to domestic strife in the 1950's, the next several decades saw waves of Jewish emigration to Israel, France and Canada.

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