Jewish Studies

Arab Normalization and the Palestinian Struggle for Liberation

Arab Normalization

According to Mouood, quoting by alshabaka: Arab Normalization and the Palestinian Struggle for Liberation October 18, 2022 Introduction The term “normalization” emerged following the signing of the 1979 Egypt-Israel peace treaty, which stated that the “signatories shall establish among themselves relationships normal to states at peace with one another.” Previously, …

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I Pet Goat 2.99: Decoding the Antichrists Plan (2020)

the Antichrists Plan

Mouood and alvadossadegh present: I Pet Goat 2.99: Decoding the Antichrists Plan (2020) Introduction Praise and appreciation belongs to God, who sent the holy Quran, the holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), and his sacred Household (PBUT) to be the guides for the mankind. Now, in an auspicious and blessed night coinciding …

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Was the Last Soviet Leader a Zionist?

last Soviet Leader

According to Mouood, quoting by Palestine chronicle: Mickail Gorbachev’s Legacy: Was the Last Soviet Leader a Zionist? September 1, 2022 Though there are contrasting views on Gorbachev’s legacy, it is important to recall that as leader of the Soviet Union he oversaw the withdrawal of Soviet forces from Afghanistan in …

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Message of Palestinian Resistance is Clear: No Surrender to Apartheid Israel

No Surrender to Apartheid Israel

According to Mouood, quoting by palestinechronicle: Message of Palestinian Resistance is Clear: No Surrender to Apartheid Israel Pariah regimes are known to decay until they turn lifeless. South Africa under white minority rule is a perfect example. It stagnated both in morality and authority, despite claiming staunch Christian values and …

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People of Jewish background and Jewish affinity

Jewish background and Jewish affinity

According to Mouood, quoting by pewresearch 12. People of Jewish background and Jewish affinity In addition to examining U.S. Jews, the survey provides data on Americans who have a connection to Judaism but who are not classified as Jewish in this report. These respondents fall into two categories: people of …

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Economics and well-being among U.S. Jews

well-being among U.S. Jews

According to Mouood, quoting by pewresearch: 11. Economics and well-being among U.S. Jews Most Jewish adults report that they are satisfied with multiple aspects of their lives, including at least eight-in-ten who describe their family life, physical health and community as “good” or “excellent.” As a whole, U.S. Jews are …

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Jewish demographics

Jewish demographics

According to Mouood, quoting by pewresearch: 10. Jewish demographics The demographic profile of Jewish Americans is distinctive in several ways. Compared with the overall public, the Jewish population is older, has relatively high levels of educational attainment and is geographically concentrated in the Northeast. Jewish adults ages 40 to 59 …

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Race, ethnicity, heritage and immigration among U.S. Jews

immigration among U.S. Jews

According to Mouood, quoting by pewresearch: 9.  Race, ethnicity, heritage and immigration among U.S. Jews The majority of U.S. Jews identify as White. But in recent years, journalists, scholars and Jewish community leaders have wondered about the percentage of U.S. Jews who are “Jews of color,” “people of color” or “BIPOC” (an …

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U.S. Jews’ political views

U.S. Jews political views

According to Mouood, quoting by pewresearch: 8. U.S. Jews political views Pew Research Center surveys, including the 2020 study, show that Jews are among the most consistently liberal and Democratic groups in the U.S. population. Seven-in-ten Jewish adults identify with or lean toward the Democratic Party, and half describe their …

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