11d-1 Judaism

11d-1 Judaism - Medieval Judaism Jews in Pre-Islamic Arabia...

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Medieval Judaism Jews in Pre-Islamic Arabia Trade routes to Judea Yemen Dhu Nuwas, king of Himyar (Arabia) {518-525} Hijaz Jews in the Qur’an = People of the Book Medina tribes of Aws and Khazraj Center of Judaism in Mesopotamia Babylonian Talmud Centers of Medieval Judaism
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Jewish Traditions transferred to Islam Early Jewish Converts Ka ʿ b al-Ahb ā r Tales of the Prophets Isra ʿ iliyat (Tabari) Apocalypticism Law and Ulema = Talmud and Rabbis Shari ʿ a and Halacha Talmudic Judaism Based in Iraq as center of Judaism, 200-600 CE Interpretation of Law for Jews in diaspora “Palestinian” Talmud in Galilee (Tiberias) Orthodox Judaism is based on Talmudic interpretation of Torah Second Diaspora Voluntary and economic spread and flourish under Umayyads and Abbasids North Africa Spain Iran Bukhara and Samarkand Afghanistan Most Medieval Jews lived in the Islamic empire
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