The Mosul Jews in the light of ( Tahkemoni ) book by yahudah bin Suleiman al-Harizi (622 A.H / 1225 A.E) A Study in the religious-
College Of Basic Education Researches Journal,
2021, Volume 17, Issue 3, Pages 879-909
AbstractThe history of Mosul’s Jews remains mysterious, and this comes due to the scarcity of what was reported about them in history books, translations, and other blogs. This research attempts to shed light on some religious and economic aspects of Mosul’s history in the light of a book you judge for Judah bin Suleiman Al-Harizi, who visited the city of Mosul in the beginnings The seventh century AH / thirteenth century A.D., and the researcher's attempt to track the information he provided in his book came, and the study was divided into two topics, the first focused on the definition of the life of Judah bin Suleiman Al-Harizi, and talking about his books with a focus on a judgment book, while the second dealt with the religious aspects and In response to the Mosul Jews, the researcher decided to follow the method of analysis, comparison and criticism, and the study relied on many studies related to the subject of the research written in English, Hebrew, Arabic and others.
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