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resulted in the removal of many Castilian Civil War Jewish people from high offices of state?
refers to the Baal teshuva movement phenomenon that began during the mid- 20th century, whereby large numbers of previously highly-assimilated Jews chose to move in the direction of practicing Judaism?
had more enlisted Soviet 16th 'Lithuanian' Rifle Division Jews than any other division in the Red Army?
, which was passed by the Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service Nazi regime on , prohibited , April 7 1933 Jews and political opponents of the Nazis from working as civil servants?
in Old Whaler's Church Sag Harbor, New York, is used by Jews on Saturday and Christians on Sunday?
Nazis began requiring all Jews in the occupied Netherlands to wear the yellow badge, Dutch Christian voluntarily wore one also?
Casper ten Boom the
, one of the earliest translations of the Alba Bible Old Testament into a Romance language, was commissioned with the express intent of promoting tolerance between Christians and Jews?
Romanian fascist politician at first considered Ion Sân-Giorgiu Antisemitism to be "an act of poverty of a failed intellectual", but soon changed his position calling Jews a "national cancer"?
Zionist newspaper called on Hamevasser Jews to join the Ottoman army, in an effort to improve Jewish-Turkish relations?
represented about sixty thousand Edward Kossoy Jews, Roma and Poles in cases for reparations from Germany for Nazi terror?
Richard Brinsley Sheridan's comedy The School for Scandal (1781 performance pictured) has been widely admired, but also criticized for hints of anti-Semitism, particularly regarding its references to Jewish moneylenders?
Rabbi s Avrohom Blumenkrantz' The Laws of Pesach—considered an authoritative text on the observance of Passover by many North American Jews—started as a privately distributed newsletter?
was a proposed Judeopolonia buffer state between the Russian and German Empires with a projected population of 30 million Jews, Poles, Ukrainians, Belarusians, Lithuanians, Latvians, and Baltic Germans?
, an American Vera Beaudin Saeedpour Jew, opened the first U.S. museum dedicated to the Kurdish people?
soon after the creation of the
, Łomża Ghetto Nazi Germans killed all the Jews suspected of collaborating with the previous occupying power, the Soviet Union?
U.S. President Barack Obama is Christian, high-ranked al-Qaida member Ayman al-Zawahiri has that Obama secretly "pray[s] the prayers of the falsely claimed Jews"?
Polish resistance member and her mother hid over fifty Zofia Baniecka Jews in their Warsaw apartment during the Holocaust between 1941 and 1944?
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Question 1: Where the [101 ] Third Reich conquered new territory in eastern Europe, specialized units called ________ murdered Jews and political opponents in mass shootings.
Question 2: The first of the two ancient eras spanned from 1350 to 586 BCE, and encompassed the periods of the Judges, the ________, and the Divided Monarchy of the Kingdoms of Israel and Judah, ending with the destruction of the First Temple.
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Question 5: For centuries, Jews worldwide have spoken the local or dominant languages of the regions they migrated to, often developing distinctive [37 ] ________ forms or branching off as independent languages.
Question 6: The ________ for example, are a heterogeneous collection of North African, Central Asian, Caucasian, and Middle Eastern Jewish communities that are often as unrelated to each other as they are to any of the earlier mentioned Jewish groups.
Question 8: While [39 ] ________ tests have demonstrated inter-marriage in all of the various Jewish ethnic divisions over the last 3,000 years, it was substantially less than in other populations.
Question 10: The expelled Jews fled mainly to the Ottoman Empire, the Netherlands, and ________, others migrating to Southern Europe and the Middle East.