In this, and the chapter that follows, the debate on the Jewish condition in Morocco is further explored, and Moroccan Jewish communities are studied in two specific settings, the urban and the tribal. In the present chapter, drawing upon pertinent material from the writings of predominantly city-based Moroccan rabbis, Deshen summarizes some of the conclusions of his book on urban Moroccan Jewry, The Mellah Society. The reader may find full notations there.
|Title of host publication||Jews among Muslims|
|Subtitle of host publication||Communities in the Precolonial Middle East|
|Number of pages||11|
|State||Published - 7 Jan 2016|