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Scattered Among the Peoples: THE JEWISH DIASPORA IN TWELVE PORTRAITS Paperback – Bargain Price, November 2, 2004
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Top Customer Reviews
This is a wonderful book that explores many people and many cultures and sheds a light on the events of the Diaspora in Europe.
A must read.
The ending was terrible. Ive read over 100 books on jewish history and ive noticed what historians like to do with ending their books. They all give their synopsis's on the jewish future, esp. in america.
The author of this book decided to end his book with writing that the orginization "Aish Hatorah" has over 26 institutions in North America and 12 over seas. And for the last 25 years are bringing jews back to their roots.
Hellllllllloo!! what happened to Chabad!!!!!! how do you forget chabad, and not mention them at all. Their are over 3500 chabd institutions world wide, and in every country that their are jews , Chabad is. Besides that , chabad has started their outreach over fifty years ago, by their leader, Rabbi Shneerson.
I live in florida, browad county to be pretty concise. And their are twenty chabd houses in broward, aish has one. in florida alone thier is over a hundred chabad houses. And thats only florida.
My problem mainly is that how can a person give a synosis of the future for jewish history and not write about chabad.