An awesome insight into the intriguing and sometimes medieval world of arabic north africa For anyone who loves north african travel its a must Rich Mitch read it and was also impressed The Origins Of The Jewish Community Of Morocco Are Buried In History, But They Date Back To Ancient Times, And Perhaps To The Biblical Period The First Jews In The Country Migrated There From Israel Over The Centuries, Their Numbers Were Increased By Converts And Then By Jews Expelled From Spain And Portugal After The Muslim Conquest, Morocco S Jews, As People Of The Book, Had Dhimmi Status, Which Entailed Many Restrictions But Allowed Them To Exercise Their Religion Freely In The Mellahs Jewish Quarters Of Morocco S Cities And Towns, And In The Mountainous Rural Areas, A Distinct Jewish Culture Developed And Thrived, Unquestionably Traditional And Orthodox, Yet Unique Because Of The Many Areas In Which It Assimilated Elements Of The Local Culture And Lifestyle, Making Them Its Own As It Did So Most Of Morocco S Jews Settled In Israel After , And Many Others Went To Other Countries Wherever They Went, Their Rich Cultural Heritage Went With Them, As Exemplified By The Maimuna Festival, Just After Passover, Which Is Now A Major Occasion On The Israeli Calender
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- 327 pages
- Deux mille ans de vie juive au Maroc: Histoire et culture, religion et magie
- Haim Zafrani
- 21 July 2019 Haim Zafrani