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Jewish Diaspora

dc.contributorFischer, Leopold
dc.creatorFischer, Leopold
dc.date.accessioned2021-02-14T10:24:33Z
dc.date.available2021-02-14T10:24:33Z
dc.date.issued1927
dc.identifier.urihttps://www.jevrejskadigitalnabiblioteka.rs/handle/123456789/1614
dc.description.abstractNadrabin dr Leopold Fischer je građu o jevrejskoj dijaspori prikupljao dugi niz godina iz mnogobrojnih knjiga, časopisa, rasprava i članaka. U uvodnom delu upoznaje nas sa činjenicama i događajima iz jevrejske istorije koje su jevrejski narod dovele do rasejanja. Jevrejska nezavisnost prestaje 586. godine pre naše ere rušenjem Solomonovog hrama u Jerusalimu i padom jevrejskog carstva. Tada počinje veliko raseljavanje Jevreja po svetu, ali do značajnijeg prisustva Jevreja van Palestine i nastajanja jevrejskih zajednica u dijaspori dolazi tek u helenističkom periodu. Iako nakon rušenja Herodovog (Drugog) hrama u Jerusalimu 70. godine nove ere započinje jevrejska dijaspora koja traje i danas, Jevreji su jedini narod starog sveta koji je uspeo da očuva svoju tradiciju i jezik. Sticajem različitih istorijskih okolnosti raselio se po celom svetu; veliki broj naselio je Evropu, Ameriku i Aziju. U ovom radu dr Fišer govori o zanimljivoj istoriji jevrejske dijaspore u Aziji. Opisujući jezike, običaje, sinagoge, škole, zanate, pravni, socijalni i kluturni položaj jevrejskih zajednica u Palestini, Siriji, Jemenu, Mesopotamiji, Kurdistanu, Persiji, Afganistanu i Turkmenistanu, dr Fišer veoma upečatljivo predstavlja specifičnu, raznoliku i kompleksnu jevrejsku dijasporu.sr
dc.description.abstractSenior rabi Dr. Leopold Fischer has been collecting material on the Jewish diaspora for many years from numerous books, magazines, discussions, and articles. In the introductory part, he presents the facts and events from Jewish history that led the Jewish people to dispersion. Jewish independence ended in 586 BC with the demolition of Solomon's Temple in Jerusalem and the fall of the Jewish kingdom. That is when the great diaspora of Jews around the world began, but the significant presence of Jews outside Palestine and the formation of Jewish communities in the diaspora came only in the Hellenistic period. Although the Jewish diaspora began today after the demolition of Herod's (Second) Temple in Jerusalem in 70 AD, the Jews are the only people of the old world who managed to preserve their tradition and language. Due to various historical circumstances, they moved all over the world; a large number inhabited Europe, America, and Asia. In this paper, Dr. Fischer talks about the interesting history of the Jewish diaspora in Asia. Describing the languages, customs, synagogues, schools, crafts, legal, the social and cultural position of the Jewish communities in Palestine, Syria, Yemen, Mesopotamia, Kurdistan, Persia, Afghanistan and Turkmenistan, Dr. Fischer very impressively presents a specific, diverse and complex Jewish diaspora.sr
dc.language.isoshsr
dc.publisherVršac : Savez rabina Kraljevine S. H. S.sr
dc.rightsopenAccesssr
dc.rights.urihttps://creativecommons.org/share-your-work/public-domain/cc0/
dc.sourceJevrejski almanah za godinu 5688 (1927/28)sr
dc.subjectdijaspora, jevrejskasr
dc.subjectJewish Diasporasr
dc.subjectJevreji - istorijasr
dc.subjectJews - historysr
dc.subjectJevreji - Azija
dc.subjectJews - Asia
dc.titleJevrejska diasporasr
dc.titleJewish Diasporasr
dc.typearticlesr
dc.rights.licenseCC0sr
dcterms.abstractФисцхер, Леополд; Јеврејска диаспора; Јеврејска диаспора;
dcterms.abstractФисцхер, Леополд; Јеврејска диаспора; Јеврејска диаспора;
dc.identifier.fulltexthttp://jevrejskadigitalnabiblioteka.rs/bitstream/id/5064/JAL5688JevrejskaDiasporaOCR.pdf
dc.type.versionpublishedVersionsr
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dc.citation.epage91
dc.citation.volume3


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