Answer question one too please. I think the non- acceptance has to do with the behavior of the Hashmonaim themselves, the fact that these writing were in Greek. We celebrate Hanukkah and it is not in the Torah, therein my question.
But if I am studying The Jews of Upper Silesia in the 1920 to foreshadow the Holocaust is to read history backwards. If I come to the period of Auschwitz and I integrate this into Upper Silesia because it is there then I see the reason for talking chronologically about it. If Paula Hyman is studying Jews and Gender should she integrate the subject? I also wonder is the fact that Zionism won a factor in the non- integration into history. Why should we close the gap: antisemitism is explained enough.
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