How the Arab Conquests Remade Judaism
When Arab armies rode out into the Middle East in the seventh century, world Jewry was divided between two empires. Within a decade, Jews were reunited under a single political aegis, and for the next 500 years, the vast majority of the world’s Jews spoke Arabic and lived under Muslim rule. How did the advent of Islam change Jewish history?
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