Onolatry

Onolatry is worship of the donkey . In Imperial Rome , the charge of onolatry was used by the pagans to taunt the Jews and first Christians. [1] [ need quotation to verify ] A famous example of this is the Alexamenos graffito . [2] Read More…

Legal aspects of ritual slaughter

The legal aspects of ritual slaughter include the regulation of slaughterhouses , butchers , and religious personnel involved with traditional shechita (Jewish) and dhabiha (Islamic). Regulations aussi May to extend butchery products sold in according with kashrut and halal religious law. Governments regulate ritual slaughter, primarily through legislation and administrative law . In addition, compliance with oversight of ritual slaughter is monitored, and occasioned, contested in litigation . Read More…

Khazar hypothesis of Ashkenazi ancestry

The Khazar hypothesis of Ashkenazi ancestry , often called the ” Khazar myth ” by its critics, [1] : 369 [2] : VIII [3] is the hypothesis that Ashkenazi Jews are descended from the Khazars , a multi-ethnic conglomerate of Turkic peoples who formed a semi-nomadic Khanate in the area extending from Eastern Europe to Central Asia . The hypothesis draws on some medieval sources such as the KhazarAccording to Judah Halevi and Abraham ibn Daud to Rabbinic Judaism . [4] The scope of the conversion dans le Khazar Khanate remains uncertain: the evidence used to tie the Ashkenazi communities to the Khazars is meager and subject to conflicting interpretations. [5] [6] Read More…

Mawza Exile

The Exile of Mawza’ (the expulsion of Yemenite Jews to Mawza ‘ ) Hebrew : גלות מוזע , pronounced Galut mawza’ ] ; from 1679 to 1680, is regarded the single MOST traumatic event Experienced Collectively by the Jews of Yemen , [1] in which Jews living in all cities and towns throughout Yemen were banished by decree of the king, Imām al-Mahdi Ahmad , and sentenced to a dry land and named Mawza’ to their father or daughter. Only a few communities, viz. , those Jewish inhabitants who lived in the far eastern quarters of Yemen ( Nihm, al-Jawf , and Khawlan of the east [2] ) have been spared this fate by virtue of their Arab bosses who refused to obey the king’s orders. [3] Many would die along the way and would like to see the conditions of this field. After one year in exile, the exiles were called back to perform their usual tasks and to the Arab populations, who had been deprived of their goods and services on behalf of their exile. [4] Read More…

Expulsions of Jews

In Jewish history , Jews have experienced mass expulsions or ostracism by various local authorities and have sought refuge in other countries.

The Land of Israel was widely regarded by the Jews as the Jewish homeland , though most of them were barred from the land. After its establishment in 1948, the State of Israeladopted the 1950 Law of Return restoring Israel as the Jewish homeland and making it the place of refuge for  Jewish refugees  at the time and into the future. This law was intended to encourage Jews to return to their homeland in Israel. Read More…

Jewish quota

Jewish quota  was a racial quota limiting the number of Jews in various establishments to a certain percentage. In particular, in the 19th and 20th centuries, some countries had Jewish quotas in higher education .

Jewish educational quotas could be statewide or only adopted in certain institutions, often unofficially. The limitation of the total population of Jewish students in the population of the United States would be greater than that of their population in general. In some establishments, the Jewish quota is a limitation on growth rather than a fixed level of participation to be achieved. Read More…

Jewish question

The  Jewish issue  Was a wide-ranging debate in 19th and 20th century European society Pertaining to the status and Appropriate treatment of Jews in Society. The debate was similar to other so-called ” national issues ” and dealt with the civil, legal, national and political status of Jews, especially in Europe in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.

The debate started within societies, politicians and writers in Western Europe and Europe influenced by the Age of Enlightenment and the ideals of the French Revolution . The issues included the economic and legal Jewish disabilities (eg Jewish quotas and segregation ), Jewish assimilation , Jewish emancipation and Jewish Enlightenment . Read More…

Jewish lobby

The term  Jewish lobby  is used to describe Organized lobbying Attributed To Jews are domestic and foreign policy decisions, as a political participant of representative government, Predominantly Conducted in the Jewish diaspora in a number of Western countries. While at times self-described,  citation needed  ]  ,  citation needed  ]  , particularly when used to allege disproportionate Jewish influence, it may be perceived as pejorative or may be antisemitism .  quote needed  ] Read More…

Jewish Internet Defense Force

The  Jewish Internet Defense Force  (  JIDF  ) is an organization that uses social media to mobilize support for campaigns against websites and Facebook groups that promote or praise what it describes as Islamic terrorism or antisemitism . The group’s website describes the JIDF as a “private, independent, non-violent protest organization representing a collective of activists”.  [3]  The JIDF’s work has been termed ” hacktivism ” by some media outlets.  [4]  [5] Read More…

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