Throughout history, the Jewish people and their religious traditions have been viewed in different ways by their contemporaries. Reactions from their non-Jewish neighbors expose a broad spectrum of emotions: honest respect, genuine acceptance, begrudging tolerance, subtle dislike, and vicious hatred. In "What Did They Think of the Jews?" Allan Gould has gathered over two hundred documents, written by well-known men and women from ancient times throughout today, that reflect the writer's personal view of the Jewish people and their societies' attitudes and beliefs.
by Allan Gould
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