By Olaf Glockner , Anja Kreienbrink Julius H. Schoeps
Europe is in the course of a speedy political and fiscal unification. What does this suggest for the Jewish minority - numbering under 2 million humans and nonetheless struggling with the aftermath of the Shoah? Will the Jewish groups perform Europe's daring enterprise with out risking overall assimilation? Are they shiny adequate to shape a brand new Jewish middle along Israel and the yank Jewish neighborhood, or are they hopelessly divided and on a "Road to Nowhere"? diversified views are expected, with regards to demographical, cultural and sociological facets. This quantity presents interesting, thorough and arguable solutions by means of well known students from Europe, Israel, North- and Latin the United States - lots of them additionally devoted to neighborhood Jewish group development. This booklet is usually on hand in paperback.
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Jews in Europe will have the potential to develop an attractive, creative, meaningful community framework, and this will surely be significantly different from the ones we knew in previous centuries and generations. The ultimate challenge stands ahead in the ability to preserve not a mere community of presence—driven by and dependent on favorable market forces, but a community of creativity—able to nurture and transmit its own demographic momentum and cultural identity. A major aspect of the sweeping changes ahead will reflect the ability of the European Jewish community system to address trends affecting each Jewish community in the peculiar ways of the respective geopolitical and cultural contexts.
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2. Parallel to the geographical changes, demographic changes have also taken place. In many cities and urban centers the number of younger Jews who remain in close contact with 42 gabriel sheffer the community is increasing. 3. Given the extent of geographical and demographic changes, there is a growing tendency and demand toward both formal and informal membership and involvement in the communities. Despite these changes, further reorganization in the communities is urgently needed. Reconstruction and reorganization depend to a large extent on the ability to raise sufficient funds for the cultural, social, political and economic development of the European Jewish Diaspora.
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