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by Kirsten E. Schulze
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The first book to tell the story of the Jews of Lebanon in the twentieth century.
The first book to tell the story of the Jews of Lebanon in the twentieth century. Contents: Foreword by Avi Shlaim; Introduction; Jewish life in the Arab Middle East; Jewish life in Lebanon; A literary survey; A Voyage through History; The historical legacy; Lebanon under Ottoman Rule; The Lebanese Jewish community; Culture. Despite the author's apparent Jewish roots, objectivity runs high in the book and Schulze knew perfectly well when to describe the Lebanese Jews as aloof from Zionism and when to report on the single incident of aleviating non-Lebanese Israeli sympathy that led to spying in Israel's favor.
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This is the first book to tell the story of the Jews of Lebanon in the twentieth century. It challenges the prevailing view that Jews everywhere in the Middle East were second-class citizens, and were persecuted after the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948. The Jews of Lebanon were just one of Lebanon s 23 minorities with the same rights and privileges, and subject to the same political tensions.
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Kirsten E. Schulze is Associate Professor in International History at the London School of Economics
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The latter instilled fear in Lebanon's Jews as the fedayeen moved about freely in uniforms and carried weapons. This article looks at the impact of the 1967 June War upon the Jews of Lebanon and analyses why this war precipitated large-scale Jewish emigration. Indeed, there were acts of intimidation, extortion and violence by fedayeen against Jews, most notably the murder of Eduard Sasson, which sent shock waves through the Jewish community. Second, business conditions worsened after the war. Third, the Lebanese state placed no restrictions upon either its Jewish citizens or Jewish wealth leaving the country. It argues that there were four key reasons for the Jewish exodus.
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