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Dr. ʿAbd al-Wahhāb al-Masīrī was born in 1938 in Damanhūr governorate, Egypt. In 1975 he took up a position as Advisor of Cultural Affairs to the Permanent Delegation of the Arab League to the United Nations in New York, which he held until 1979. However, he was not able to resume his earlier...
The article discusses the historical development of the Jewish presence in Palestine.
Dr. Elana Gomel, a Russian Jewish immigrant to Israel, is the author of the 175-page book ‘You and Us.’ She says Russian Jews, whose number exceeds one-sixth of the Israeli population, have merged quite well into Israeli society but did not find the promised land they sought.
Dr. Elana Gomel, a Russian Jewish immigrant to Israel, is the author of the 175-page book ‘You and Us.’ She says Russian Jews, whose number have exceeded one-sixth of the Israeli population, have merged quite well into Israeli society but did not find the promised land they sought.
Israel is not a religious state; but an occupying state. Arabic resistance is not against the Jews but against the Israeli occupation.
Subtitles:(1) Dr. Sai’d "The report of the Azhar does not differentiate between criticizing Sheik Abdel Sabour Shahein and attacking the prophet Yosef"(2) Judicial resource "there is a difference between freedom of thought and writing with malicious intentions"(3) The Center of Law Research "...
There is concern in many Israeli circles today about the demographics of those who are coming to Israel from the former Soviet Union. Something like 60% of those who have come from there since 2000 are not really Jewish. Such immigrants do nothing to enhance the Jewish "character of the state of...
The article discusses the status of Russians in Israel and their relation with different Israeli parties. They seem to be a determining power, as they are able to bring to power the party they vote for. Despite the fact that most of them are secularists, they have been voting throughout the past...
Russians rushed into Israel hopping for a better life, but they were not pure Jews as those who struggled for their emigration believed them to be. Some of them were Jews, others were Christians and Muslims. Tracing emigrant Russians back to their original religions is a difficult and foolish...
The author comments on the issue of the alleged Jewish possessions in the Arab world. He believes that Jews have no right to ask for these possessions simply because Israel does not have the necessary documents and Jews who emigrated from Arab countries sold their possessions.
The author comments on the Jewish infiltration of Christianity. He gives as an example the conference of “Zionist Leadership Summit for Mixed Religions” that was held recently in Washington. Jewish and Christian figures attacked the road map and discussed how Evangelical Christians can cooperate...
The Israeli government invited Jews in Morocco to immigrate to Israel in an attempt to make use of the situation after Casablanca bombing.
According to Israeli paper Musaf Shabat, the expected demographic changes in Palestine worry decision-making circles in Israel, especially as Jews are expected to account for only 45% of the population. Because the Jews of the former Soviet Union are no longer interested in the idea of emigrating...
Human trading is a common phenomenon practiced by some Jews in Israel. Multi-branched gangs in Africa and East Asia import poor people in these countries and gain a lot. Three sides benefit from this trade: the broker who arranges the agreement in Europe or Africa, the imported people, and Israel.
The Western scene of hectic intellectual, religious and practical endeavors to recapture Jerusalem and Palestine from the Muslim grip was marked by weirdness and brazenness.
Some Christians supporting Israel in its conflict with the Palestinians finance Jewish emigration to Israel. American Evangelical committees promised to pay two million dollars to cover the expenses of sending the biggest number of Jews living in America and Canada to Israel.
Around 100,000 Russian immigrants in Israel are not Jewish according to the Orthodox Jewish law.
From the early 90s, new Jewish groups came to Yemen from America to persuade the Yemeni Jews for migration. This happened to be the reason that their number had been distinctly decreasing from about 20,000 to approximately 250. These are still living in Yemen. However, from time to time some...
The second article in this series can be found in last week’s RNSAW. This article discusses the traditions of Yemeni Jews and Yemeni Jews living abroad.
Israel brought almost 1,400 Jews from Ethiopia to live in Israel in a 37-day operation.
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