Encyclopedia of Jews in the Islamic World

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Subject: Jewish Studies

Executive Editor: Norman A. Stillman

The Encyclopedia of Jews in the Islamic World Online (EJIW) is the first cohesive and discreet reference work which covers the Jews of Muslim lands particularly in the late medieval, early modern and modern periods. The Encyclopedia of Jews in the Islamic World Online is updated with newly commissioned articles, illustrations, multimedia, and primary source material. 

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F (feudalism - folk healers, Jewish, in Morocco)

(1,351 words)

feudalism  in Egypt   Ayyubid period, Egypt   Mamluk period, Egypt fez (head covering), Clothing, Jewelry and Make-up, Clothing, Jewelry and Make-up, Clothing, Jewelry and Make-up Fez (Morocco)  Alawid rule of, Fez  Almohad rule of, Fez   oppression of Jews, Maimonides, Moses  Almoravid rule of, Fez  anti-Jewish violence in, Fez, Fez, Fez, Fez, Fez, Morocco, Court Jews   riots of 1912, Fez Riots (1912)  belts and embroideries from, Art of Islamic Lands   bildiyyīn (Muslims of Jewish origin), Fez, Bildiyyīn  center of knowledge and learning, Fez  French rule of, Fez, Fez   uprising…

F (folk literature - France: in World War II, Jewish involvement in resistance)

(1,783 words)

folk literature  Arabic   collections of, Folktales/Folk Literature, Folktales/Folk Literature    adapted and translated into Jewish culture, Folktales/Folk Literature, Folktales/Folk Literature, Folktales/Folk Literature   portrayal of Jews in, Anti-Judaism/Antisemitism/Anti-Zionism  heros in   Anqāwa, Ephraim, Tlemcen   Shabazị, Shalom, Shabazi, Shalom   Shar‘abi, Shalom, Sharʿabi, Shalom  Jewish   in Afghanistan, Afghanistan   in Cairo Geniza, Cairo Geniza   collections of, Folktales/Folk Literature, Ḥanina Mizrahi    published Israel, Academic…
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