By Tal Ilan,Kerstin Hünefeld
The lexicon is observed via a long and complete creation that scrutinizes the most tendencies in identify giving present on the time. a wide a part of it's dedicated to the query of the way possible establish a Jew in a in most cases non-Jewish society.
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