History of the Jews in Mexico

History of the Jews in Mexico

Map of Jewish population by state in 2010

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  • History

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    Cultural Institute Mexico-Israel.

    Immigrant registration form of a Jewish Lithuanian woman that emigrated to Mexico in 1934.

    Mexican Jews of Polish descent in 1961

    David Ben-Gurion (First Prime Minister of Israel) publicly pronouncing the Declaration of the State of Israel, May 14 1948, Tel Aviv, Israel, beneath a large portrait of Theodor Herzl, founder of modern political Zionism, in the old Tel Aviv Museum of Art building on Rothshild St. The exhibit hall and the scroll, which was not yet finished, were prepared by Otte Wallish.

    Foundation of School Hebreo Monte Sinai, in Zacatecas 120, Suburb Roma, current headquarters of the University of Communication.

  • Acevedo-Field, Rafaela. “Denunciation of Faith and Family: Crypto-Jews and the Inquisition in Seventeenth-Century Mexico.” PhD diss. University of California, Santa Barbara 2012.
  • Alberro, Solange. Inquisición y sociedad en México, 1571-1700. Mexico City: Fondo de Cultura Económica 1993.
  • Beinart, Haim. Conversos ante la inquisición. Jerusalem: Hebrew University 1965.
  • Bocanegra, Matias de and Seymour Liebman, Jews and the Inquisition of Mexico: The Great Auto de Fe of 1649. Lawrence, Kansas: Coronado Press 1974.
  • Bokser de Liwerant, Paloma Cung Sulkin, Silvia Cherem-Shabot, Ariela Katz Gugenheim, Esther Shabot Cohen, Frida Staropolsky Shwartz. Imágenes de un Encuentro. La presencia judía en México durante la primera mitad del siglo XX. México, UNAM-Tribuna Israelita-Multibanco Mercantil, 1992.
  • Chuchiak, John F. IV. The Inquisition in New Spain, 1536-1820: A Documentary History. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press 2012.
  • Corteguera, Luis R. Death by Effigy: A Case from the Mexican Inquisition. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press 2012.
  • Giles, Mary E. Women in the Inquisition: Spain and the New World. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press 1999.
  • Gojman Goldberg, Alicia. Los conversos en la Nueva España. Mexico City: Enep-Acatlan, UNAM 1984.
  • Gojman de Backal, Alicia. “Conversos” in Encyclopedia of Mexico, vol. 1, pp.340-344. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn 1997.
  • Greenleaf, Richard E. The Mexican Inquisition in the Sixteenth Century. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press 1969.
  • Hordes, Stanley M. “The Inquisition as Economic and Political Agent: The Campaign of the Mexican Holy Office Against the Crypto-Jews in the Mid-Seventeenth Century.” The Americas 39 no. 1 (1982) 23–38.
  • Hordes, Stanley. To the End of the Earth: A History of the Crypto-Jews of New Mexico. New York: Columbia University Press 2005.
  • Israel, Jonathan I., “Portuguese Crypto-Judaism in New Spain, 1569-1649” (chapter 3), Diasporas within a Diaspora: Jews, Crypto-Jews and the World Maritime Empires (1540-1740). Leiden: Brill 2002.
  • Kamen, Henry. The Spanish Inquisition. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson 1965.
  • Katz Gugenheim, Ariela. Boicot. El pleito de Echeverría con Israel. México, Universidad Iberoamericana-Ediciones cal y arena, 2019.
  • Krause, Corinne A. Los judíos en México. Una historia con énfasis especial en el periodo de 1857 a 1930. Traducción, presentación y notas de Ariela Katz de Gugenheim. México, Universidad Iberoamericana, 1987.
  • Lafaye, Jacques. Cruzadas y Utopias: El judeocristianismo en las sociedades Ibéricas. Mexico City: Fondo de Cultura Económica 1984.
  • Lanning, John Tate. “Legitimacy and Limpieza de Sangre in the Practice of Medicine in the Spanish Empire.” Jahrbuch für Geschicte 4 (1967)
  • Lea, Henry Charles. The Inquisition in the Spanish Dependencies: Sicily, Naples, Sardinia, Milan, the Canaries, Mexico, Peru, and New Granada. New York: Macmillan 1908.
  • Liebman, Seymour. The Jews in New Spain: Faith, Flame, and the Inquisition. Coral Gables, FL: University of Miami Press 1970.
  • Liebman, Seymour. Los Judíos en México y en América Central. Mexico city: Siglo XXI 1971.
  • Martínez, Maria Elena. “Limpieza de Sangre” in Encyclopedia of Mexico, vol. 1, pp. 749–752. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn 1997.
  • Martínez, Maria Elena. “Interrogating Blood Line: ‘Purity of Blood,’ the Inquisition, and Casta Categories” in Religion in New Spain, Susan Schroeder and Stafford Poole, eds. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press 2007.
  • Martínrez, Maria Elena. Genealogical Fictions: Limpieza de sangre, religion, and gender in colonial Mexico. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press 2008.
  • Medina, José Toribio. Historia del tribunal del Santo Oficio de la Inquisición en México. 2nd edition. Mexico City 1954.
  • Seed, Patricia. To Love, Honor, and Obey in Colonial Mexico: Conflicts over Marriage Choices, 1574-1821. Stanford: Stanford University Press 1988.
  • Sicroff, Albert A. Los estatutos de limpieza de sangre. Translated by Mauro Armiño. Madrid: Tauros 1985.
  • Ushmany, Eva Alexandra. La vida entre el judismo y el cristianismo en la Nueva España, 1580-1606. Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Económico 1992.
  • Ushmany, Eva Alexandra. “The Participation of New Christians and Crypto-Jews in the Conquest, Colonization, and Trade of Spanish America, 1521-1660,” in The Jews and the Expansion of Europe to the West, 1450-1800, Paolo Bernardini and Norman Fiering, eds. New York: Berghahn Books 1991, pp. 186–202.
  • Warshawsky, Matthew D. “Inquisitorial Prosecution of Tomás Treviño de Sobremontes, a Crypto-Jew in Colonial Mexico.” Colonial Latin American Review 17, no 1 (2008) pp. 101–23.
  • Voices on Antisemitism Interview with Ilan Stavans from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Chabad Lubavitch at Playa del Carmen
  • Source: en.wikipedia.org


    Ecological Sanity Is Compatible With Human Freedom – Crypto Money Daily

    Ecological Sanity Is Compatible With Human Freedom – Crypto Money Daily

    Ecological sanity is compatible with human freedom, but only if we deploy cryptography to manage the resource allocation.

    Source: cryptomoneydaily.com


    Man arrested with fresh head of a child at Uganda parliament, says it's a gift for the speaker

    Man arrested with fresh head of a child at Uganda parliament, says it’s a gift for the speaker

    Security officials have arrested a 23-year-old man (name withheld) for attempting to deliver a child’s head to the office of the speaker at the Parliament building in Uganda on Monday, September 14.

    WITHIN NIGERIA learnt that the alleged fresh human head was wrapped in form of a gift that was meant to be delivered to the Speaker, Hon. Rebecca Kadaga’s office.

    It was also learnt that the yet-to-be identified man was intercepted at the parliament gate opposite the National Theatre by security while trying to access the speaker’s office.

    According to the report, when he was asked by security where he was going, he said he was delivering a gift to the speaker.

    This prompted the security officers to ask what was in the gift parcel and on opening it, they reportedly discovered that it was a child’s head.

    They quickly apprehended the man and briefly detained him at the parliament police offices before whisking him away.

    It was gathered that when he was asked why he did such thing, the young man calmly informed them that it is a gift to the speaker. His intention to deliver a fresh child’s head to the office of the Speaker is still uncertain.

    The man is currently detained at Kibuli. Police CID Headquarters as investigations begins.

    Man arrested with fresh head of a child at Uganda parliament, says it's a gift for the speaker

    He was later on paraded with the human head that he was carrying. It is not yet established whether he was sent by someone to make the delivery or if he is mentally ill.

    Police officers at the security checkpoint who spoke on condition of anonymity confirmed the incident and said that the messenger was a smart, composed man, with a face mask.

    Helen Kaweesa, the assistant director of communications and public affairs says that her office is yet to receive an official report from the parliament security detail and police on the reported incident.

    Kampala Metropolitan Police deputy spokesperson Luke Owoyesigire, who also confirmed the incident, said that they are still investigating the incident.

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    Source: www.withinnigeria.com

    Author: Deji .O


    Bitcoin Price Prediction: BTC/USD Rallies, Targets Resistances at $10,800 and $11,000

    Bitcoin Price Prediction: BTC/USD Rallies, Targets Resistances at $10,800 and $11,000

    Bitcoin (BTC) Price Prediction – September 15, 2020
    Yesterday, BTC/USD rebounded above the $10,200 support as price breaks the $10,600 resistance. A rally above $11,000 is possible if the bullish momentum is sustained. The crypto is trading above $10, 800 at the time of writing.

    Resistance Levels: $10,000, $11, 000, $12,000
    Support Levels: $7,000, $6,000, $5,000

    Since September 3, Bitcoin has been fluctuating in a tight range between $10,000 and $10,500. After the rebound above $10,200 support, the price momentum broke the $10,500 and $10,700. The bulls have sufficiently broken the $10,700 resistance as buyers push on the upside. The price has been able to break above the 12-day EMA and the 26-day EMA.

    A break above the EMAs will accelerate price movement to the upside. Nonetheless, the coin may face further resistance at the $10,800 and $11,000. Bitcoin will be out of the downtrend zone if the current resistances are cleared. Possibly, the market will resume the upside range momentum above the $11,000 support. Meanwhile, Bitcoin is in a bullish momentum above 25% range of the day stochastic.

    Bitcoin (BTC) Will Equal JP Morgan’s Market Cap If the $16,500 CME Gap Closes
    In August the sentiment around Bitcoin was noticeable after the breakout above $12,000 resistance. The reports have it that if BTC is strengthened and it reaches the $16,500 high, it would equal JP Morgan’s market capitalization. This explains the growth of the crypto currency markets. The significance of Bitcoin reaching the high of $16,500 is because of a CME gap at this level. This CME gaps emerge when Bitcoin’s price moves below or above the price last seen on the CME market before it closes.

    Also, the CME Bitcoin futures market closes during the weekends, this causes gaps between CME and the crypto currency markets to emerge. Currently, two gaps are opened at $9,650 and $16,500. According to MMCrypto, an on-chain analysis firm listed major financial conglomerates’ valuations, relative to BTC’s potential price. Bitcoin’s potential price level will equal the market capitalizations of the following companies if it rises :
    BTC‘s potential price level
    $16,500                                     JP Morgan
    $23,000                                    Visa
    $40,300                                   Facebook
    $106,000                                 Apple
    $487,000                                 Gold

    Nonetheless, Bitcoin bulls have also broken the resistance line of the descending channel. BTC has survived the $10,000 support as the market resumes upside momentum. Since the psychological support is holding, the Fibonacci tool analysis is not likely to hold. The king coin is likely to return to the bull market if price breaks above $11,000 support.

    Source: insidebitcoins.com

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