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Gli ebrei caraiti tra etnia e religione

Author: Emanuela Trevisan Semi
Publisher: Roma : Carucci, ©1984.
Series: Testimonianze sull'ebraismo, 18.
Edition/Format:   Print book : ItalianView all editions and formats
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A comprehensive study of the Karaite communities in Eastern Europe, Istanbul, Cairo, and Israel. Distinguishes between the Hebrew-Karaites of the Middle East, who emphasize religious purity and seem closer to rabbinical Jews and Israel, and the Khazar-Tatar-Karaites of Poland and Lithuania who always stressed their different ethnic stock. States that although they were viewed as Jews by the Gentiles, and forced to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Emanuela Trevisan Semi
ISBN: 888502789X 9788885027893
OCLC Number: 12551208
Notes: Summary in English.
Description: 247 pages, [32] pages of plates : illustrations ; 21 cm.
Series Title: Testimonianze sull'ebraismo, 18.
Responsibility: Emanuela Trevisani [sic] Semi ; prefazione di Franco Michelini Tocci.

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A comprehensive study of the Karaite communities in Eastern Europe, Istanbul, Cairo, and Israel. Distinguishes between the Hebrew-Karaites of the Middle East, who emphasize religious purity and seem closer to rabbinical Jews and Israel, and the Khazar-Tatar-Karaites of Poland and Lithuania who always stressed their different ethnic stock. States that although they were viewed as Jews by the Gentiles, and forced to pay the same taxes, the Karaites always felt the need to stress their identity, developing a growing anti-Jewish attitude, allying themselves with the majority group hostile to the Jews and searching for a different ethnic origin (i.e. Tatar). Exempted from taxes in Austro-Hungary and from military service in Tsarist Russia, they were recognized as an ethnic minority within the USSR, and were spared by the Nazis with whom some even collaborated, stirring accusations by Jews of Karaite treason and indifference during the Holocaust.

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