Redemption of the Jewish nation in the literature of A had Haam : "The essay of Mousses as a case study"

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17/2/2015 11:29 AM

Redemption of the Jewish nation in the literature of A had Haam : "The essay of Mousses as a case study"



م . م عدنان عبد الرزاق مصلح


It seems that most Jewish literaties have been effected to a great deal with the idea of the chosen land that exited in the history of the Jewish  nation .
this argument does not mean the gathering of the Jews in settlements but rather an affirmation to their spiritual belonging to this land and their attachment to it .
the influence of this argument seems clear in the literature works in poetry , in narrative ,novels , essays ,…etc.
Here , we find Ahad Haam , who is one of the most influential literaties whom supported and affirmed the idea of Redemption of the Jewish nation, because they think it is the only way to make Zion a focus point for the gathering of the Jewish people from the exiles . He affirms in his essay (Mousses) on the victory and the unification of the Jewish people according to the promise of God .
so , I have divided this research into three sections .



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