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Jewish discovery of Islam

studies in honor of Bernard Lewis

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Published by Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies, Tel Aviv University in Tel Aviv .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe
    • Subjects:
    • Jewish scholars -- Biography -- Congresses.,
    • Islam -- Research -- Europe -- Congresses.,
    • Judaism -- Relations -- Islam -- Congresses.,
    • Islam -- Relations -- Judaism -- Congresses..

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Martin Kramer.
      GenreBiography, Congresses., Congresses..
      ContributionsLewis, Bernard, 1916-, Kramer, Martin S.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS115 .J34 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 311 p. ;
      Number of Pages311
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL117744M
      ISBN 109652240400
      LC Control Number99461273

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out of 5 stars The Jewish Discovery of Islam Reviewed in the United States on August 5, Starting inEdward Said has argued that Western scholars of the Middle East are continuing "an unbroken tradition in European thought of profound hostility, even hatred, toward Islam," and he singles out Bernard Lewis as their de facto by: Martin Kramer, “Introduction,” in The Jewish Discovery of Islam: Studies in Honor of Bernard Lewis, ed.

Martin Kramer (Tel Aviv: The Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies, ), pp. The book is comprised of the proceedings of a conference held at Tel Aviv University into honor Bernard Lewis on his 80th birthday.

The Jewish Discovery of Islam: Studies in Honor of Bernard Lewis Edited by Martin Kramer Syracuse. $ A fierce intellectual debate broke out in October when Edward Said, the Palestinian-born Parr Professor of English at Columbia University and a partisan of Michel Foucault and other trendy French postmodernists, wrote an essay for the New York Times Book Review arguing.

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; |c 23 cm. The Jewish foundation of Islam. by: Torrey, Charles Cutler, Published: () Jewish-Muslim encounters: history, philosophy, and culture / Published: () The convergence of Judaism and Islam: religious, scientific, and cultural dimensions / Published: ().

In The Jewish Discovery of Islam, Kramer takes as his starting point several comments by Lewis about the important role of Jews in developing nineteenth-century European attitudes toward the Middle East and Islam, then asks: Did Jews actually made a distinct contribution to the Western discovery of Islam?5/5.

There was no special code, however, for the Jews per se in Islam: the dhimma”system,” part of the holy law of Islam (the shari’a),applied equally to all non­-Muslim”people of the book.” As such, the discrimi­nation that existed was somewhat diffused among several infidel groups and hence not perceived as being pointedly anti‑: Mark R.

Cohen. THE JEWISH QUARTERLY REVIEW, XCI, Nos. (January-April, ) MARTIN KRAMER, ed. The Jewish Discovery of Islam: Studies in Honor of Bernard Lewis. Tel Aviv: The Moshe Dayan Center, Pp. viii + At first glance, the title of this very important book may seem rather un-usual. What can be meant by "The Jewish discovery of Islam.

In The Jewish Discovery of Islam, a book dedicated to his teacher, Kramer has brought together a collection of nine essays by Middle East scholars to which he has added his own insightful introduction, all focusing on a neglected aspect of this tradition.

Read Books Jewish Discovery of Islam: Studies in Honor of Bernard Lewis E-Book Download. Title: The Jewish Discovery of Islam: Studies in Honor of Bernard Lewis: Publication Type: Book: Year of Publication: Authors: Kramer MS: Publisher: Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies, Tel Aviv University.

Deconstructing the rabbinic texts line by line, Hoffman has discovered a terra incognita: Orthodox Judaism as the ideological survival of the most ossified traditions of Babylonian paganism, concealed beneath a complex system of dissimulation and misdirection/5(21).

Islam and Judaism share the idea of a revealed Scripture. Even though they differ over the precise text and its interpretations, the Hebrew Torah and the Muslim Qur'an share a lot of narrative as well as injunctions. From this, they share many other fundamental religious concepts such as the belief in a day of Divine ting the vintage of the religions, the Torah is traditionally.

The Jewish Discovery of Islam Studies in Honor of Bernard Lewis. Edited by Martin Kramer. Tel Aviv: Moshe Dayan Center, (distributed by Syracuse University Press). $Author: Daniel Pipes. Abstract: Jews figure prominently in the history of the modern European encounter with Islam. The similarities between Hebrew and Arabic, the parallels between two faiths grounded in law, and the relative tolerance of Muslim rule toward Jews--all these are said to have permitted many Jews to approach Islam with an understanding and sympathy once uncommon in by: 2 THE JEWISH FOUNDAiION OF ISLAM 'HIE JEWS IN ARABIA 3 book, theKoran, was his own creatioll; and it lies before us practically un­ changed from the form which he himself gave it.

We thus seem to know the origins of Mohammedanism much more intimately than those of any other world faith.

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Before Islam: When Saudi Arabia Was a Jewish Kingdom. The discovery of the oldest-known pre-Islamic Arabic writing in Saudi Arabia, from ca.

CE, evidently caused some consternation, given its Christian and Jewish context. Islamic–Jewish relations started in the 7th century AD with the origin and spread of Islam in the Arabian two religions share similar values, guidelines, and principles.

Islam also incorporates Jewish history as a part of its own. Muslims regard the Children of Israel as an important religious concept in Islam.

Moses, the most important prophet of Judaism, is also considered a. The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews, vol. 1 (Boston: The Historical Research Department of the Nation of Islam, ), pp. This now-famous book, relying primarily upon the works of mainstream Jewish scholars, demonstrates in meticulous detail and with formidable documentation that Jews were at the very center of the trans-Atlantic slave trade as merchants, financiers, shippers.

Kramer, an expatriate American Jew who works at Tel Aviv University’s Moshe Dayan Center, planned The Jewish Discovery of Islam as a Jewish response to the Palestinian literary critic Edward Said’s poisonously influential Orientalism (New York: Vintage, ), easily the most destructive anti-Western book of the past half-century.

The. Jewish scientist Dr. James Tour is one of the top 50 most influential minds in the world who took part in a Nobel Prize. You won't believe his discovery!!! PLEASE SHARE!!! Help us .Jews and Islam People of the book. FROM to AD, several Jewish clans in the Arabian peninsula joined forces with an Arab tribe, the Quraysh, to make war on a renegade Qurayshi named.