Issue no. 23
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Issue no. 23

Issue no. 23
The Bulletin of the Israeli Academic Center in Cairo
No. 23, June 1998
Special Issue: The Jews of Modern Egypt: A Retrospective
Director’s Note, by Sasson Somekh
Notes on Researching the Modern History of Egyptian Jewry, by Shimon Shamir
Can Egyptian-Jewish Identity be Reconstructed in France?, by Jacques Hassoun
The Jewish Press in Egypt in the Inter-War Years: The Journal Israel, by Michael M. Laskier
Reminiscences of Life with Egyptian Jews 1957–1977, by Wolfgang Freund
The Jewish Musicians of Egypt, by Inbal Perlson
The “Hakoah” Sports Club in Heliopolis, by Albert Benyakov Salama
My First Passover, by Jacqueline Kahanoff
In Arabic:
Couple Trouble: A Document from the “New Genizah,” by Nabawi Serag
Rabbi Tuvia Halevi Babowitz, the Last Karaite Rabbi in Egypt, by Joseph Al-Gamil
Naim Takla’s Jewish Characters, by Marcel Sagiv
Class Photograph (a story), by Naim Takla
The Love Story of He-Onion and She-Onion, or: How I Became an Israeli Writer, by Eli Amir
Opening of the Library of Jewish Heritage at the Ben-Ezra Synagogue, by Nabawi Serag
Cover Illustration: The first bus line in Cairo, Midan El-Azhar – Daher, established by the Suarès family.
Director: Sasson Somekh; Managing Editor: Deborah Greniman; Production Supervisor: Gideon Stern
The Bulletin is a publication of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities and the Israel Oriental Society