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Encyclopedia > List of Jews from the Arab World
This page is a list of Jews.
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From the Arab Expansion until the 1960s, Jews were a significant part of the population of Arab countries. Before 1948, an estimated 900,000 Jews lived in what are now Arab states. Here is a list of some prominent Jews from the Arab World, arranged by country of origin. Image File history File links Star_of_David. ... This page is a list of Jews. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Main article: List of Jews. ... Main article: List of Jews. ... This page is a list of Jews. ... This page is a list of Jews. ... This page is a list of Jews. ... This page is a list of Jews. ... This page is a list of Jews. ... Here is a list of some prominent (non Latin-) Caribbean Jews, arranged by country of origin. ... This page is a list of Jews. ... This page is a list of Jews. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... The Courtyard of the Umayyad Mosque in Damascus, one of the grandest architectural legacies of the Umayyads. ... Languages Arabic other languages (Arab minorities) Religions Predominantly Islam Some adherents of Druze, Judaism, Samaritan, Christianity Related ethnic groups Mizrachi Jews, Sephardi Jews, Ashkenazi Jews, Canaanites, other Semitic-speaking groups An Arab (Arabic: ‎); is a member of a Non-Semetic group of people whose cultural, linguistic, and in certain cases...

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Algeria

Yvan Attal (born January 4, 1965) is a French actor and director. ... Jacques Attali (born 1943) is a French economist and scholar. ... Baruj Benacerraf, M.D. Baruj Benacerraf (born 29 October 1920) is a Venezuelan-American immunologist who shared the 1980 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for the discovery of the Major histocompatibility complex genes which encode cell surface molecules important for the immune systems distinction between self and non... Paul Benacerraf is an American philosopher of mathematics who has been teaching at Princeton University since he joined the faculty in 1960. ... 3Com (NASDAQ: COMS) is a manufacturer best known for its computer network infrastructure products. ... Alger Alger album cover Amir El Gheram album cover Dziri album cover Lili Boniche (1921 - ), born to a Sephardic Jewish family in the Kasbah region of Algeria, is a singer of Andalucian-Arab music. ... Patrick Bruel (born Patrick Benguigui, on May 14, 1959 in Tlemcen, Algeria) is a French singer, actor, and professional poker player. ... Alain Chabat (born November 24, 1958 in Oran, Algeria) is a French actor who appeared in La Cité de la peur, The Taste of Others and The Science of Sleep. ... Hélène Cixous, (born June 5, 1937), is a professor, French feminist writer, poet, playwright, philosopher, literary critic and rhetorician. ... Robert Cohen is a Canadian comedy writer. ... Claude Cohen-Tannoudji (born April 1, 1933) is a French physicist working at the École Normale Supérieure in Paris, France, where he has also studied physics. ... The cover of The Fixs first single from 1981: Subsequently the band would change their name to The Fixx, after learning of another band with a prior claim on the name The Fix. ... Jacques Derrida (July 15, 1930 – October 8, 2004) was an Algerian-born French philosopher, known as the founder of deconstruction. ... Category: ... Roger Hanin (real name Roger Lévy, born October 20, 1925 in Algiers) is a French actor (and film director). ... Claude Lelouch (born October 30, 1937) is a French film director, writer and producer. ... Enrico Macias (born Gaston Ghrenassia December 11, 1938) is an Algerian-born Jewish singer, who sings primarily in French. ...

Bahrain

  • Ebrahim Daoud Nonoo, former member of parliament
  • Houda Ezra Nonoo, human rights activist & member of parliament
  • William/Brink/Billy, known as the greatest jew whoever lived he ran like a professional from all the germans.

Ebrahim Daoud Nonoo is a former member of the National Assembly of Bahrain and currently the CEO of the Bahrain Financing Company. ... Houda Ezra Nonoo is a founding member of the Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society and has recently been appointed to parliament[1]. by King Hamad ibn Isa Al Khalifah. ...

Egypt

Alain de Botton, (born 20 December 1969 in Zurich, Switzerland) is a writer. ... Eli Cohen Eli Cohen (Hebrew: ) (December 26, 1924 – May 18, 1965) was a celebrated Israeli spy, and is recognized as one of the most successful spies of modern times. ... Sir Ronald Cohen (1945- ) is an Egyptian-born British businessman and political figure, known as the father of British venture capital.[1] // Cohen was born in Egypt; his paternal family were Sephardi Jews, originally from Aleppo, Syria, though his mother, Sonia Douek, was English. ... Aura Herzog, the wife of Chaim Herzog, the late sixth President of the State of Israel, was born in Egypt. ... Eric John Earnest Hobsbawm CH (born June 8, 1917 in Alexandria, Egypt) is a British Marxist historian and author. ... Ishtar from the cover of the album Truly (Emet) Ishtar is an Israeli-born singer, born Eti Zach. ... Alabina is a French-based group that performs a mix of world music: Middle Eastern, Arabic, French and Spanish Gypsy music. ... Edmond Jabes (Cairo, 1912–Paris, 1991) was a Jewish writer known for becoming of the best known literary figures to write in French after World War II. The son of a Jewish Italian family, he was raised in Egypt, where he received a classical French colonial education. ... Jean-Paul Charles Aymard Sartre (June 21, 1905 – April 15, 1980), normally known simply as Jean-Paul Sartre (pronounced: ), was a French existentialist philosopher and pioneer, dramatist and screenwriter, novelist and critic. ... Ranan Lurie (born 1932) is an Israeli and American editorial cartoonist and journalist, a Senior Associate at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and the editor of Cartoon News magazine. ... Moses with the Tablets, 1659, by Rembrandt This article is about the Biblical figure. ... Aaron (אַהֲרֹן, a word meaning bearer of martyrs in Hebrew [perhaps also, or instead, related to the Egyptian Aha Ra, Warrior Lion], Standard Hebrew (w/o vowels) AHRvN, Tiberian Hebrew (), was one of two brothers who play a unique part in the history of the Hebrew people. ... An Israeli stamp honoring Dr. Marzouk Dr. Moshe Marzouk was an Israeli spy in Egypt who was involved in the Lavon Affair during the 1950s. ... Philo (20 BCE - 40 CE), known also as Philo of Alexandria and as Philo Judeaus, was a Hellenized Jewish philosopher born in Alexandria, Egypt. ... Isaac Mizrahi (born October 14, 1961) is an American fashion designer. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Onkelos is the name of a famous convert to Judaism in Talmudic times (c. ... Haim Saban Haim Saban (born 15 October 1944 in Alexandria, Egypt) is a television and media proprietor. ... Sylvain Sylvain (born Sylvain Mizrahi, 1949- ) is a punk rock guitarist. ... The New York Dolls are a rock band formed in New York City in 1972. ... Ignaz Tiegerman (1893‑1968) was a Polish pianist and teacher. ... Bat Yeor at the Hudson Institute in Washington, DC Bat Yeor (Hebrew: בת יאור) (meaning daughter of the Nile in Hebrew; a pseudonym of Gisèle Littman, née Orebi) is a British writer specializing in the history of non-Muslims in the Middle East, and in particular the history... Saadia Ben Joseph Gaon (892-942), the Hebrew name of Said al-Fayyumi, was a rabbi who was also a prominent Jewish exilarch, philosopher, and exegete. ...

Iraq

([2]; not -Amin al Shammas)

See also: Adiabene (In Syriac: ܚܕܝܐܒ) was an ancient Assyrian kingdom in Mesopotamia with its capital at Arbela. ... The Mishnah (Hebrew משנה, Repetition) is a major source of rabbinic Judaisms religious texts. ... Amora, plural Amoraim, (from the Hebrew root amar to say or tell over), were renowned Jewish scholars who said or told over the teachings of the Oral law, from about 200 to 500 CE in Babylonia and Israel. ... Abba Arika, the name of the Babylonian amora of the 3rd century, who established at Sura the systematic study of the Rabbinic traditions which, using the Mishnah as text, led to the compilation of the Talmud. ... Samuel of Nehardea or Samuel bar Abba was a Babylonian amora of the first generation; son of Abba bar Abba and head of the Yeshiva at Nehardea. ... Rav Huna was a Babylonian amora of the second generation and head of the Academy of Sura; He was born about 216 [1], passed away in 296-297 (608 of the Seleucidan era)) [2]. // Youth He lived in a town [3], identified by Wiesener [4] with Tekrit [5]. He was... Rav Chisda was a Babylonian amora of the third generation (Passed away in 620 of the Seleucidan era [1] at the age of ninety-two [2]), mentioned frequently in the Talmud. ... Abaye, the name of a Babylonian amora (q. ... Rava (רבא) was a Babylonian amora born in 270, and one of the most often-cited Rabbis in the Talmud. ... Rav Papa (רב פפא) was a Babylonian Amora, he was a student of both Rava and Abaye. ... Ashi, known as Rav Ashi (Rabbi Ashi), (352–427) was a celebrated Jewish religious scholar, a Babylonian amora, who reestablished the academy at Sura and was first editor of the Babylonian Talmud. ... Anan Ben David is often considered to be the founder of the Karaite movement (a form of Judaism that split off from rabbinic Judaism due to its rejection of the oral law), or at least the founder of one of the main groups forming the Karaite movement. ... Karaite Judaism or Karaism is a Jewish denomination characterized by the sole reliance on the Tanakh as scripture, and the rejection of the Oral Law (the Mishnah and the Talmud) as halakha (Legally Binding, i. ... Ari Ben-Menashe Ari Ben-Menashe is a former arms dealer and the author of , a book purporting to describe his involvement in Iran-Contra and other intelligence operations. ... Dodai ben Nahman was a Babylonian-Jewish scholar of the eighth century CE and gaon of the Talmudic academy at Pumbedita (761-764). ... Brigadier-General (Res. ... Yaqub Bilbul (or Yacob Bilbul) was a Jewish Iraqi poet during the Hashemite dynasty of King Faisal I (1883–1933). ... Mordechai Eliyahu (born: 1929, Jerusalem) was a former Sephardi Chief Rabbi of Israel. ... Naeim Giladi was born in Iraq as Naeim Khalaschi in 1929 to an Iraqi Jewish family and later lived in Israel and the United States. ... Hakham or Chacham (Hebrew חכם lit. ... Yosef Chaim (1832 - 1909) was a Hakham and a Sephardic Rabbi, authority on Jewish law (Halakha) and Kabbalist. ... Dalia Itzik (Hebrew: ‎; born October 20, 1952) is the current speaker of the Israeli Knesset and Acting President of Israel. ... The modern Knesset building, Israels parliament, in Jerusalem Though similar-sounding, Beit Knesset (בית כנסת) literally means House of Assembly, and refers to a synagogue. ... President of the State of Israel (Hebrew: ‎, Nesí Hamdiná, literally: The President of the State) is the Head of State of Israel, but has a largely ceremonial, figurehead role with real power lying in the hands of the Prime Minister of Israel. ... JFR Jacob (Jacob-Farj-Rafael Jacob) was born in 1923. ... Lawrence, Lord Kadoorie (June 2, 1899 in Hong Kong - August 25, 1993 in Hong Kong) was a famous industrialist, hotelier, and philanthropist. ... Sir Michael David Kadoorie GBS, born 1941 in Hong Kong, is a business executive, one of the worlds foremost tycoons and philanthropists. ... Rabbi Yitzchak Kadouri (1894? - January 28, 2006) was a renowned Sephardic Orthodox rabbi and kabbalist who devoted his life to Torah study and prayer on behalf of the Jewish people. ... 1000 Names, 1985 Anish Kapoor (born 1954) is a sculptor. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Elie Kedourie C.B.E., FBA (25 January 1926-29 June 1992) was a British historian of the Middle East. ... David Marshall, wearing his political uniform of white bush-jacket and grey trousers, with a hammer David Saul Marshall (born March 12, 1908, Singapore – passed away on December 12, 1995, Singapore) was the leader of the Singapore Labour Front who became the first Chief Minister of Singapore in 1955. ... Sami Michael (born 1926) is an Israeli author. ... Sami Michael (born 1926) is an Israeli author. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Samir Naqqash is a Jewish novelist, short-story writer, and playwright, born in Baghdad in 1938. ... For other persons named Daniel Pearl, see Daniel Pearl (disambiguation). ... David and Simon Reuben are Indian-born British businessmen of Iraqi Jewish ethnicity. ... David and Simon Reuben are Indian-born British businessmen of Iraqi Jewish ethnicity. ... Lord Saatchi Maurice Saatchi, Baron Saatchi, born June 21, 1946 is the co-founder of advertising agencies Saatchi and Saatchi and M&C Saatchi. ... Charles Saatchi Charles Saatchi (born June 9, 1943) was the co-founder with his brother Maurice of the global advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi, which became the worlds biggest before the brothers were forced out of the company in 1995. ... David Sassoon (1792-1864) was a philanthropist and a prominent Bombay businessman. ... Sassoon (from Śāśōn, joy in Hebrew) is the family name of several people, including: Family tree of the Indian Jewish Sassoon family Sir Albert Abdullah David Sassoon (1818 - 1896) David Sassoon (David Ben Sassoon) (1792 Baghdad - 1864 Mumbai) Sir Edward Sassoon (1856 - 1912) Sir Edward Elias Sassoon (1853 - 1924) George... Yaakov Chaim Sofer (1870-1939) was an Orthodox rabbi, Talmudist and posek (decisor of Torah law). Sofer is author of the work on halakha (Jewish law) titled Kaf Hachaim, by which title he is also known. ... Alan Yentob (born March 11, 1947) is a British television executive. ... Rabbi Ovadia Yosef (Hebrew: עובדיה יוסף) (b. ...

  • Academies(early Yeshivahs) in Babylonia - JE
  • The Jews of Baghdad and Zionism: 1920-1948, PDF

Kuwait

  • Saleh and Daoud Al-Kuwaity, Kuwaiti (late Israeli) famous singers
  • Gurgi Sasson, trader and financier
  • Menashi Eliahou, trader and financier

This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ...

Lebanon

Yfrah Neaman (February 13, 1923 – January 4, 2003) was a violinist. ... Nasim Nisr, also spelled Nissim Nasser, was born in Lebanon to a Jewish mother and a Muslim father, and is an Israeli citizen. ... Edmond Jacob Safra (August 6, 1932, Beirut, Lebanon - December 3, 1999, Monaco) was a Brazilian-naturalized, Jewish Lebanese banker who was born in Beirut. ...

Morocco

Michel Abitbol (born in April 14, 1943 in Morocco) is a Moroccan Jewish research fellow at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. ... The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is one of Israels oldest, largest, and most important institutes of higher learning and research. ... Rabbi Isaac ben Jacob Alfasi (1013 - 1103) - also Isaac Hakohen, Alfasi or the Rif (ריף) - was a Talmudist and posek (decisor in matters of halakha - Jewish law). ... Halakha (Hebrew: הלכה; also transliterated as Halakhah, Halacha, Halakhot and Halachah with pronunciation emphasis on the third syllable, kha), is the collective corpus of Jewish religious law, including biblical law (the 613 mitzvot) and later talmudic and rabbinic law as well as customs and traditions. ... Rabbi Shlomo Amar Rabbi Shlomo Amar (1948 - ) is the current Sephardi Chief Rabbi of Israel, appointed in 2003. ... Languages Ladino also Judæo-Portuguese, Catalanic, and Shuadit Religions Judaism Related ethnic groups Ashkenazi Jews, Mizrahi Jews, and other Jewish ethnic divisions Sephardi Jews (Hebrew: ספרדי, Standard Tiberian ; plural ספרדים, Standard Tiberian ) are a subgroup of Jews originating in the Iberian Peninsula, usually defined in contrast to Ashkenazi Jews; frequently used... // Chief rabbi is a title given in several countries to the recognised religious leader of that countrys Jewish community. ... Robert Assaraf (born in Rabat, 1936 - ) is a Moroccan Jewish historian and writer. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... André Azoulay is a senior advisor to king Mohamed VI and prior to that to his father king Hassan II, he was born in Essaouira in 1941, in a Moroccan Jewish family. ... King Hassan, pictured late in life. ... US President George W. Bush talks with His Majesty King Mohammed VI of Morocco in the Oval Office Tuesday, 23 April 2002 King Mohammed VI (Arabic: الملك محمد السادس للمغرب), also King Mohammed Ben Al-Hassan is the current King of Morocco. ... Shlomo Ben-Ami (born July 17, 1943) is an Israeli diplomat, politician and author. ... A view of Tangier bay at sunrise as seen from Cape Malabata Tangier(Tanja طنچة in Berber and Arabic, Tânger in Portuguese, and Tanger in French), is a city of northern Morocco with a population of 669,685 (2004 census). ... Baruj Benacerraf, M.D. Baruj Benacerraf (born 29 October 1920) is a Venezuelan-American immunologist who shared the 1980 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for the discovery of the Major histocompatibility complex genes which encode cell surface molecules important for the immune systems distinction between self and non... Paul Benacerraf is an American philosopher of mathematics who has been teaching at Princeton University since he joined the faculty in 1960. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... A Rabbi (Classical Hebrew רִבִּי ribbī; modern Ashkenazi and Israeli רַבִּי rabbī) is a religious Jewish scholar who is an expert in Jewish law. ... Grand Rabbi Salomon BERDUGO son of Daniel BERDUGO lived in Meknes, Morocco. ... Medresa Bou Inania in Meknes Meknes (Arabic: مكناس) is a city in northern Morocco, located 130 kilometres from the capital Rabat and 60 kilometres from Fes. ... Emmanuelle Sophie Anne Chriqui (born December 10, 1977) is a Jewish-Canadian actress with a moderate list of acting credits on both television and the big screen. ... Born on February 17, 1959 in Meknes ,Morocco, Aryeh Deri is the former leader of Israels Shas Party. ... Shas (Hebrew: שס) is an political party in Israel, primarily representing Ultra-orthodox Sephardi Judaism. ... André Elbaz André Elbaz (born April 26, 1934, El Jadida, Morocco) is a famous Moroccan painter and filmmaker. ... El Jadida (الجديدة) is a port city on the Atlantic coast of Morocco, in the province of El Jadida. ... Edmond Amran El Maleh is a Moroccan novelist, he was born in the city of Safi in 1917, to a Jewish family. ... Gad Elmaleh (born April 19, 1971, Casablanca, Morocco) is a Moroccan Jewish one man show humorist and actor who lives in France. ... Hassine, is a Moroccan name, meaning (in Arabic): the beautiful or good one (Hasîn). ... Ishtar from the cover of the album Truly (Emet) Ishtar is an Israeli-born singer, born Eti Zach. ... Alabina is a French-based group that performs a mix of world music: Middle Eastern, Arabic, French and Spanish Gypsy music. ... Dunash ben Labrat (920-990) was a medieval Jewish commentator, poet, and grammarian of the Golden age of Jewish culture in Spain and a student of Rabbi Saadia Gaon. ... David H. Levy is an American astronomer. ... Maurice Lévy (February 28, 1838, Ribeauvillé/Rappoltsweiler, Alsace - September 30, 1910) was a French engineer and member of the Institut. ... Publicis Groupe (Euronext: PUB, NYSE: PUB) is a multinational advertising and communications company based in France. ... Rocky Marciano was a boxer. ... The word guess can refer to the following: Guess?, the name-brand clothing line that uses a question mark as its emblem. ... Rabbi Chalom MESSAS (1909-2003) was the Great Rabbi of Morocco, and after making aliyah became the Sephardic Great Rabbi of Jerusalem. ... Rebbe which means master, teacher, or mentor is the pronunciation by Ahskenazic Jews of the Hebrew word רבי. Its transliteration should be Rebbi, but the i (eeh sound) is rarely stressed, rendering its pronounciation as the a in America, hence Rebbe. ... Rabbi David Messas (b. ... City flag City coat of arms Motto: Fluctuat nec mergitur (Latin: Tossed by the waves, she does not sink) Paris Eiffel tower as seen from the esplanade du Trocadéro. ... Amir Peretz, MK, Chairman of the Israel Labour Party Amir Peretz (Hebrew: עמיר פרץ; Arabic: عمير بيريتس; born March 9, 1952) is an Israeli politician and Defense Minister of Israel. ... Labour or Labor, (Hebrew: העבודה, ha-`Avōdāh) is a political party in Israel. ... Monique Powell was born on August 20, 1975 in Los Angeles, California. ... Save Ferris was a ska punk band formed circa 1995 in Orange County, California. ... Baba Sali Baba Sali, also known as Rabbi Yisrael Abuhatzeira, was a famous Sephardic Rabbi and kabbalist. ... Sapho is a French singer of Moroccan-Jewish descent. ... Abraham Serfaty is an internationally prominent Moroccan dissident, militant, and political activist, who has been imprisoned for years by King Hassan II of Morocco, for his political actions in favor of democracy and development’s regime, during the Years of Lead. ... Born in Morocco in 1945, Avi Toledano is known to European audiences for his involvement with the Eurovision Song Contest. ... The modern logo was introduced for the 2004 Contest to create a consistent visual identity. ... Chloé 2005 ad, featuring the Chloé Paddington Bag Chloé is a French luxury fashion design house headquartered in Paris, France. ... Mordechai Vanunu in the garden of St. ... This article does not cite its references or sources. ... Location in Brazil Country Brazil Region North State Amazonas Founded 1669 Mayor Serafim Corrêa (PSB) Area    - City 11. ... Amazonas is the name of four subnational entities in various South American nations. ...

Saudi Arabia

’as-Samaw’al (Šmū’ēl) ’ibn ‘Ādiyā’, or Samuel ibn Adiya was the Arabian Jewish poet and warrior, in the first half of the 6th century. ... David Reubeni was a Jewish adventurer; born about 1490 in central Arabia, in Khaibar, as he himself stated; died in Llerena, Spain, after 1535. ... In Judaism, the Messiah (מָשִׁיחַ Standard Hebrew Arabic: Al-Masih, المسيح), Tiberian Hebrew , Aramaic ) initially meant any person who was anointed by a prophet of God. ...

Sudan

  • Nessim Gaon, financier

Syria

  • Carlos Zarur, writer (Syrian-Lebanesse father, Turkish Mother)
  • Paula Abdul, singer & dancer (Syrian father)
  • Joel Epstein, gamer pro jewkoin taker Kinda Ez Kids] (Owned By Mexicans)
  • Eddie Antar, the owner of Crazy Eddie electronic stores (Syrian father).
  • Roxanne Assoulin Jewelry Designer, founder of Lee Angel (Syrian Parents)
  • Ezra Attia, Rabbi and Rosh Yeshiva
  • Dan Hedaya, actor (Syrian parents)
  • Jerry Seinfeld, TV actor (Syrian mother, Hungarian father), see also Seinfeld
  • Moshe Safdi, Architect (Syrian Parents)

This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... This article is about the electronics store. ... Rabbi Ezra Attia (seated far left) at a Yeshivat Porat Yosef going away party, circa 1947 Rabbi Ezra Attia (1885 - 1970) was a distinguished Sephardic Rosh Yeshiva and Torah scholar. ... Dan Hedaya Dan Hedaya is a prolific character actor who was born on July 24, 1940, in Brooklyn, New York to a Sephardic Jewish family. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Seinfeld is an Emmy Award-winning United States based television sitcom that originally aired on NBC from July 5, 1989, to May 14, 1998, running a total of nine seasons. ...

Tunisia

Categories: People stubs | Politics stubs | 1952 births | Governors of Virginia | United States Senators ... Max Azria founded the clothing line BCBG in 1989. ... BCBG could refer to: the French acronym bon chic bon genre or (good style, good class); see Parisian chic. ... Joseph Roger Bismuth (born 1926) is a Jewish Tunisian businessman and senator. ... Alain Boublil is a librettist, best known for his collaborations with the composer Claude-Michel Schönberg. ... Dany Brillant (1965-12-28 – ) is a French vocalist. ... Charvet in Baywatch David Charvet (born David Faranck Guez on May 15, 1972 in Lyon, France) is an actor. ... Pierre Darmon (born January 14, 1934, in Tunis, Tunisia) was a French tennis player. ... Agnès Jaoui (born October 19, 1964 in Antony, France) is a French screenwriter, film director and actress of Algerian Jewish descent. ... Albert Memmi (born December 15, 1920) is a Tunisian-born French writer and essayist. ... Nick Valensi (born Nicholas Valensi, January 16, 1981, in New York) is a guitarist for the New York based rock band, The Strokes. ... The Strokes are an American rock band formed in 1998 that rose to fame in the early 2000s as a leading group in the garage rock revival. ... Silvan Shalom Silvan Shalom ▶(?) (Hebrew סילבן שלום) (born 1958) is an Israeli politician and current Foreign Minister of Israel, having been appointed in 2003 by the current Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. ... David Jemmali (born 13 December 1974) is a French-Tunisian football striker who currently, as of May 2006, plays for FC Girondins de Bordeaux. ...

Yemen

Yigal Amir (Hebrew: יגאל עמיר) (born May 23, 1970) is the Israeli assassin of the late Prime Minister of Israel Yitzhak Rabin. ... Nethanel ben Isaiah (14th century) was a Yemenite rabbi, who composed a compendium of midrashic literature, the Or HaAfeila (Light of the Darkness) combining legends appearing in the Talmud, the Midrash, and the writings of Maimonides. ... Jacob ben Nathanael ibn al-Fayyumi was a rosh yeshiva of the Yemenite Jews in the second half of the twelfth century CE. All that is known of him is that at the suggestion of Solomon ha-Kohen, a pupil of Maimonides, he wrote to the latter asking his advice... Ofra Haza (Hebrew: עפרה חזה; November 19, 1957 – February 23, 2000) was a popular Israeli singer, actress and international recording artist. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... // The Queen of Sheba, (Nigist Saba Amharic: ንግት ሳባ), referred to in the Bible books of 1 Kings and 2 Chronicles, the New Testament, the Quran, and Ethiopian history, was the ruler of Sheba, an ancient kingdom which modern archaeology speculates was located in present-day Eritrea, Ethiopia or Yemen. ... Noa on an album cover Ahinoam Nini (in Hebrew אחינועם ניני) (born 1969) is an Israeli singer. ... Rabia ibn Mudhar was a Jewish king of Himayar, in what is now Yemen. ... Yusuf Dhu Nuwas (also called Yusuf Asar Dhu Nuwas, Masruq, and Dunas Zhidovin) was the last king of Yemen (then called Himayar) from a Jewish dynasty of unknown origin. ... A state in ancient Yemen dating from 115 BCE. Conquered neighbouring Saba in 25 BCE, Qataban in 50 CE and Hadramaut 100 CE. It was the dominant state in Arabia until the sixth century. ... Wahb ibn Munabbih (Abu Abd Allah al-Ṣanaani al-Dhimari) was a Mohammedan traditionist of Dhimar (two days journey from Sanaa) in Yemen; died at the age of ninety, in a year variously given by Arabic authorities as 725, 728, 732, and 737 C.E. On his fathers... Izhar Cohen (born 1951 in Givataim, Israel) is an Israeli singer. ... Dana International performs at the 1998 Eurovision Song Contest Dana International (Hebrew: דנה אינטרנשיונל; stage name of Sharon Cohen, born Yaron Cohen in Tel Aviv, Israel on February 2, 1972) is an Israeli transsexual pop singer of Yemenite origin, who won the 1998 Eurovision Song Contest for her song Diva. She was... It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Rabbi_Shalom_Shabazi. ... Zion Golan is an Israeli singer of Yemenite origin. ...

See also

The Jewish exodus from Arab lands refers to the 20th century emigration of Jews, primarily of Sephardi and Mizrahi background, from majority Arab lands. ... In the course of history, Jewish populations have been expelled or ostracised by various local authorities and have sought asylum from Anti-Semitism numerous times. ... This page is a list of Jews. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... This page is a list of Jews. ... The following is a list of Egyptians: // Alaa Abd El-Fatah علاء أحمد عبدالفتاح (Egyptian blogger) Saad Eddin Ibrahim سعد الدين ابراهيم, democracy advocate and former political prisoner Kamal Khalil كمال خليل, Sloganeer and director of the Socialist Studies Center Adel Adham عادل أدهم Adel Emam عادل إمام Ahmed El Sakka أحمد السقا Ahmad Zaki أحمد زكي Amina Rizq أمينة رزق Anwar Wagdi أنور وجدي Boussy بوسى Emad Hamdy عماد حمدي Farid... This is a list of notable Lebanese people. ... This is a list of prominent Syrian people Abdul-Kader Asly Singer Abdul-Halim Khaddam politician , former vice-president. ... ... The references in this article would be clearer with a different and/or consistent style of citation, footnoting or external linking. ... Jews and Judaism have a rather long history in Algeria. ... Yemenite Jews (תֵּימָנִי, Standard Hebrew Temani, Tiberian Hebrew Têmānî; plural תֵּימָנִים, Standard Hebrew Temanim, Tiberian Hebrew Têmānîm) are those Jews who live, or whose recent ancestors...

Footnotes

  1. ^ Hartog, Kelly. "Red carpet rascal", The Jerusalem Post, 2006-12-11. Retrieved on December 11, 2006.

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Arab-Israeli Conflict - MSN Encarta (1294 words)
After World War II the world became aware of the murder of millions of Jews in the Holocaust, and opinion began to favor creating an independent Jewish state.
Arabs in Palestine and elsewhere continued to resist the idea, but on November 29, 1947, the United Nations (UN) passed Resolution 181, which called for a partition of Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab states.
The demoralized Arab world was unwilling to accept the Israeli victory, and shortly after the war the Arabs began to regroup for more fighting.
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