The Jews of the Middle East and North Africa in Modern Times

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INDEX
Abadi, Mordekhai, 111
Abadi family, 319
Abbas, Ferhat, 467
Abbas family, 319
Abbasid Empire, 10, 18, 351
Abboud,Yaqob, 111
Abd al-Aziz IV, Sultan, 486
Abdallah, Moshe Nahum, 323
Abd-Allah,Mulla, 370
Abdülaziz.278, 473
Abdülhamid II, 94, 279, 283, 294, 298, 337
Abdülmecid l, 22, 124, 278
Aben Denan (rabbinic family), 490
Abensur (rabbinic family), 479
Abensur, Raphael, 481
Abikhezir, Abraham, 80–81
Abisrur family, 475
Abitbuls (of Sefrou), 67
Aboodie family, 363
Abotbol family, 475
Aboulker, Henri, 463–4
Aboulker, Jose, 465
Aboulker, Raphael, 465
Aboulker-Benichou, Berthe, 106
Aboulkheir, Itshak, 461
Abu, Meir, 344
Abu, Yaakov Hai, 345
Abu-Hatseira family, 475
Abuhatzera, Yaqob Massoud, 111
Abu Isa of Isfahan, 12
Abulafia, Yitshaq, 96, 320
Abulafia family, 338
Abu Naddara, see Sanuc, Yacqub
Acre, 36
Ha-Adani, Mahalal, 103
Aden, 6
as British colony, 20, 402, 407
Jewish education in, 155–156
Ades, Albert, 106
Ades family, 363
Ades, Shafik, 365
Ades,Yaqob, 111
Adon Olam (Salonika, Greece,), 506, 520
Afghanistan, 29, 367, 386–388
communal life, 387–388
economics, 387
education, 387
geographical location, 367
history, 386–387
Jewish languages and literature, 133–140
population, 367
Aflalo family, 477
Afriat family, 475
Aghion, Raymond, 424
Aghion family, 420
Agudat Zion (Society of Zion), 451–2
Aharon, Ezra, 101
Ahavat Tsiyon (Love of Zion), 495
ajam, 227 see also maqamat
AlAhavetekh, 230
Ahuzzat Bayit, see Jaffa
ALARKO Group of Companies, 314
Alaton, Ishak, 314
Albert Sassoon School,
see Alliance School for Boys
Aleppo, 15, 21, 30, 33, 34, 35, 40, 316–34 passim
Alevi, 304
Alexandria, 5, 33, 34, 40, 42
Alfandari, Solomon Eleazer, 95
Algazi, Isaac Ben Solomon, 100
Algeciras Conference (1906), 473, 486
Algeria, 14, 16, 19, 20, 25, 28, 36, 37, 458–470
aliyah, 469–470
consistory councils, 54
economics, 462–463
emigration, 466–468
ethnic composition, 458
French rule, 37, 53–54, 61–62
geographic location, 458
history, 458–459
Jewish press, 465–466
Jews under French rule, 459–460
Anti-Semitism, 463–465
education, 152–153, 245, 461
naturalization, 460
Mossad activity, 468
national revolution, 61
origins of Algerian Jews, 459–461
politics, 462
reforms, 53–54
religious rites and customs, 462
World War II, 464–465
Zionism, 469
Algiers, University of, 161
Alia, Albert Abdallah, 328
aliyah (Jewish emigration to Israel), 24, 55–56, 58, 63–64, 156, 166–167, 170, 173
and Arab-Israeli War of 1948, 176–178
demographics, 174
effect of Middle Eastern Jewish communities, 178–179
emissaries 172, 178, 220, 401, 469, 498–9
First Aliyah (1882–1903), 338
from
Afghanistan, 387
Algeria, 469–470
Egypt, 428
Iran, 374, 376, 377, 385
Iraq, 348, 351, 361, 365–366
Libya, 441–443
Morocco, 51–52, 58, 59, 469, 488, 495, 496, 497–502

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