One hundred and seven documents from the British Foreign Office, the Colonial Office and the National Archives of the United States, published here for the first time, deal with various aspects of women's life in Morocco. Some women played an active role in social or economic life. Others were victims of murder, persecution, rape, flogging, or were taken into captivity to be released later. Includes historical background.
Danacode:   110-20079 ISBN:  965-226-245-5 Language:   Hebrew Pages:   264 Weight:   525 gr Dimensions:  16X23 cm Publication Date:   01/2005 Publisher:   Bar-Ilan University Press
This compilation deals with religious works written in the span of 1,000 years by sages of Fez and other Moroccan communities about language, religious poetry and literature, interpretation and thought, established halacha and local regulations.
Did the Oriental Jewish woman have a history of her own? What was her image in male consciousness? What is known about her contemporary experiences? These are just a few of the questions addressed by the articles in this volume. Their authors have made us
Deals with the Anglican missionaries, most of whom were converts from Judaism, and the methods they used to convert Jews. Their task was facilitated by the poverty that prevailed, particularly in times of drought. The number of converts was small thanks t
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