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Bat Ye'or and David Littman papers, 1961-2012.

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Bat Ye'or and David Littman papers, 1961-2012.
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Bat Yeʼor.
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  • Gisele Orebi Littman is the author (as Bat Ye'or since 1974) of numerous books, the most influential among them being: The dhimmi: Jews and Christians under Islam; The decline of Eastern Christianity under Islam: from jihad to dhimmitude; Islam and Dhimmitude: where civilizations collide; and Eurabia: the Euro-Arab axis. She is responsible for the currency enjoyed by the terms dhimmitude and Eurabia in the political discourse at the start of the 21st century. David Littman was the author of a number of articles about Jews in Islamic countries in the 19th century. With Yehoshafat Harkabi, he published (as D.F. Green): Arab theologians on Jews and Israel. His role in Operation Mural, a covert operation conducted by the Mossad in Casablanca, March 16-July 24, 1961, to enable the clandestine emigration of Moroccan Jewish children to Israel on the pretext of providing holidays and health care in Switzerland, is the subject of the documentary film titled "Operation Mural: Casablanca 1961, " produced in Israel in 2007. From 1985 until 2012, he was an NGO representative at the United Nations Commission on Human Rights in Geneva, serving as spokesman at various times for the World Union for Progressive Judaism (1985-1991 and 2001-2012), International Fellowship of Reconciliation (1991-1994), World Federalist Movement (1994-1997), and the Association for World Education (1997-2012).
Contents
  • Box 1-14. Drafts of Islam and dhimmitude -- Box 15-16. Drafts of Juifs et Chrétiens sous l’Islam -- Box 17-20. Page proofs of Les Chrétientés d’Orient -- Box 21-29. Drafts of The decline of eastern Christianity -- Box 30-33. Drafts of Les Chrétientés d’Orient -- Box 34. Drafts of Le dhimmi -- Box 35-38. Drafts of The dhimmi. Proofs of ha-Dimim -- Box 39-40 Drafts of Le dhimmi -- Box 41-43. Drafts and reviews of Les Juifs en Egypte -- Box 44-48. Drafts of The dhimmi -- Box 49. Correspondence, 1981-1992, related to The dhimmi -- Box 50. Correspondence, 1985-1996, between David Littman and Daniel Pipes -- Box 51. Correspondence, clippings and publicity materials relating to David Littman and Bat Ye’or’s work (1973-1981) with Action Suisse en Faveur des Droits de l’Homme -- Box 52. Correspondence, 1985-1994, between David Littman and Richard Cohen (d. 1994) publicist for The dhimmi (1985) and in anticipation of The decline of eastern Christianity (1996). Also with his wife, Dr. Aphrodite Clamar, through 1997 -- Box 53. Early drafts of The dhimmi. “The dhimmi factor in the exodus of Jews from Arab countries.” Correspondence, 1970-1976, between David Littman and Haim Zeev Hirschberg -- Box 54. Bat Ye’or: Articles, lectures and interviews in English and French, 1975-1987 -- Box 55. Correspondence, 1961-1962, relating to the role of David Littman and Bat Ye’or in Operation Mural -- Box 56. Correspondence and articles, 1980-2007, relating to the role of David Littman and Bat Ye’or in Operation Mural -- Box 57. Oriental Jewry and the dhimmi image in contemporary Arab nationalism. Drafts of Juifs Arabes ou dhimmis Juifs? Islam and the dhimmis: historical comparisons. Le Sionisme dans les pays Islamiques. Zionism in Islamic lands. Peuples dhimmis. Pour ou contre le dhimmi? Aspects of the Arab-Israeli conflict. Terres arabes: terres de dhimmitude. Le million oublié: réfugiés juifs du monde arabe. Jews under Arab-Muslim rule. L’antisionisme anti-chrétien. Legalized oppression: minorities tolerated under Islamic law.
  • Box 58. Correspondence, 1965-1995, of David Littman and Bat Ye’or with correspondents A-M. Correspondence, 1973-2000, between David Littman and André Chouraqui -- Box 59. Correspondence, 1965-1995, of David Littman with Bat Ye’or with correspondents N-Z -- Box 60. Correspondence, 1965-2006, of David Littman and Bat Ye’or with correspondents A-Z. Correspondence, 2003-2005, of David Littman and Bat Ye’or with Oriana Fallaci -- Box 61. Correspondence, 1975-1986, between David Littman and Israeli Foreign Ministry and embassies -- Box 62-63. Correspondence, 1984-2001, between David Littman and Teddy Kollek, chiefly concerning the 1873 model of Jerusalem discovered in Geneva in 1984 -- Box 64. Correspondence, 1975-2006, between David Littman and Sir Martin Gilbert -- Box 65. Correspondence, 1970-1993, between David Littman and Yehoshafat Harkabi -- Box 66. Correspondence, 1989-1999, between David Littman and Archduke Otto v. Habsburg -- Box 67. Correspondence, 1987-1992, between David Littman, at the U.N. Commission on Human Rights, Geneva, and UN diplomats -- Box 68-70. Correspondence, 1985-1992, between David Littman, at the U.N. Commission on Human Rights, Geneva, and others, concerning the work of the Commission. Correspondence relating to David Littman’s protest of the Syrian representative’s assertion before the Commisssion of the veracity of the blood libel -- Box 71-72. Statements to the U.N. Commission on Human Rights, Geneva, by David Littman, 1987-1991, and others including Natan Sharansky and Sir Martin Gilbert.
  • Box 74. Correspondence, 1969-2006, of David Littman and Bat Ye’or with Albert Memmi, Robert Misrahi, and Jacques Ellul -- Box 75-76. Correspondence, 1985-1989, between David Littman, at the U.N. Commission on Human Rights, Geneva, and others, including Helen Suzman, Haile Mariam Goshu, and Natan Sharanky, concerning the work of the Commission -- Box 77. Correspondence, 1988-1991, between David Littman, at the U.N. Commission on Human Rights, Geneva, and others, including Natan Sharansky, concerning Soviet Jewry -- Box 78. Correspondence, 1989-2001, between David Littman and others concerning commemoration of Sir Winston Churchill’s speech at the University of Zurich on the future of Europe (September 19, 1946) and of the 25th anniversary (1990) of his death (1965). Includes related documents, photographs, and a 45 rpm sound recording of the speech -- Box 79-83. Correspondence, 1975-1980, of Bat Ye’or and David Littman with others concerning the World Organization of Jews from Arab Countries (WOJAC) -- Box 84. Reviews of Le dhimmi -- Box 85. Reviews of The dhimmi -- Box 86-87. Reviews and correspendence related to Les Chrétientés d’Orient -- Box 88. Reviews of The decline of eastern Christianity -- Box 89-90. Reviews and correspendence related to Juifs et Chrétiens sous l’Islam -- Box 91. Reviews and correspendence related to Islam and dhimmitude -- Box 92-98. Drafts of Eurabia: the Euro-Arab axis -- Box 99-101. Drafts of Eurabia: l’axe euro-arabe -- Box 102-104. Reviews and articles related to Eurabia: the Euro-Arab axis.
  • Box 105-106. Interviews and conference presentations related to Eurabia: the Euro-Arab axis -- Box 107. Bat Ye’or: Lectures and conference presentations in French, 1977-2005 -- Box 108. Bat Ye’or: Articles, lectures and interviews in English and French, 1991-1996 -- Box 109. Bat Ye’or: Lectures and conference presentations in English, 1991-2005 -- Box 110-114. Correspondence, 1969-2006, of Bat Ye’or -- Box 115. Correspondence, 1969-2000 of Bat Ye’or and David Littman with the editors of Le Monde -- Box 116. Correspondence, 1973-1998, of Bat Ye’or and David Littman with Terrence Prittie, John Laffin and John Watson -- Box 117. Correspondence, 1976-1982, of David Littman with the Union of Jewish Students, London. Correspondence, 1974-1995, of David Littman with Robert Wistrich. Correspondence, 1971-1973, of David Littman with the Centre d’ Information et de Documentation sur le Moyen-Orient -- Box 118-120. Correspondence, 1992-1994, of David Littman concerning the work of the U.N. Commission on Human Rights, Geneva -- Box 121. Statements, 1992-1994, delivered orally or as written submissions by David Littman as Representative of the International Fellowship of Reconciliation at the U.N. Commission on Human Rights, Geneva. Statements, 2005-2007 by David Littman as Representative of the Association for World Education at the U.N. Commission on Human Rights, Geneva -- Box 122. Press coverage, 1992-1994, of David Littman’s activities as Representative of the International Fellowship of Reconciliation at the U.N. Commission on Human Rights, Geneva -- Box 123. Documents, 1987-1991, relating to the political activities of the World Union for Progressive Judaism -- Box 124. Selected published works of Bat Ye’or.
  • Box 125. Announcements and typescripts of selected lectures and conference presentations by David Littman, 1974-1988 -- Box 126. Selected published works of individuals and organizations associated with the work of Bat Ye’or and David Littman -- Box 127-131. Drafts and proofs of Eurabia: the Euro-Arab axis -- Box 132-133. Summary records of the Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities of the U.N. Commission on Human Rights containing statements of David Littman to the Sub-Commission, 1986-1991 -- Box 134. Drafts and proofs of Eurabia: the Euro-Arab axis -- Box 135-136. Bat Ye’or: Eurabia-related lectures, interviews, articles, correspondence and ephemera, 2006-2008 -- Box 137. Correspondence, 1995-1998, between David Littman and Archduke Otto v. Habsburg. Articles related to Archduke Otto v. Habsburg. Letters, 1990-2001, of David Littman to various newspapers -- Box 138. Letters, 1969-1999, of David Littman to the International Herald Tribune -- Box 139. Letters, 1969-2001, of David Littman to Francophone newspapers -- Box 140. Personal and family documents of David Littman, including birth certificate, academic diplomas, marriage contract, passports, 1933-2000, and letters from Gisèle, 1961-1965 -- Box 141. Correspondence of David Littman with Vivian D. Lipman, 1981-1987 -- Box 143-144. Correspondence and documents related to Bat Ye’or’s Decline of eastern Christianity -- Box 145. Correspondence of Bat Ye’or related to her Juifs et Chrétiens sous l’Islam -- Box 146. Articles by Bat Ye’or, interviews with her, and reviews of her books, 1985-2007 -- Box 147. The fourth conference of the academy of Islamic research. Arab theologians on Jews and Israel -- Box 148. Articles by and about Bat Ye'or, mainly 2008-2009. Conferences, 2009. Projet Chretientes d'Orient. Dhimmi II. Le Califat, 2008. Organisation de la Conference Islamique-Union Europeenne. La Marche triomphale vers le Califat universel -- Box. 149. Juifs et Chretiens sous l'Islam. Correspondence 1994-1996. U.S. speaking tour, 2002. The Dhimmi (Hebrew), 1982-1985. Israel Prize. Il declino della Cristianita.
  • Box 150. Correspondence, 1971-1980. Fieldstead. Ethics & Public Policy Center, 1992-1998. Suggested two-day conference on Dhimmitude, 1999. WOJAC conferences, 1977 -- Box 151. Alliance Israelite Universelle, Maroc. Operation Mural. United Nations, 1998-2010 (mainly 2008-2009) -- Box 152. Papers relating to Les Chretientes d'Orient. Correspondence with Miriam Kochan. Maroc -- Box 153. Correspondence of David Littman, 1970s. Correspondence regarding Les Chretientes d'Orient, 1990s. International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR). Texts from the Web on Bat Ye'or, 2005-2009 -- Box 154. WOJAC, 1975-1988. Nativ. Charles Jacobs. World Federalist Movement. Indian Institute for Non-Aligned Studies. Mural. Meeting with Shimon Peres, 2008. "Hero of Silence" Order, 2009. Jihad watch.
Call Number
**P (Bat Ye'or and David Littman Papers)
OCLC
191804298
Author
Bat Yeʼor.
Title
Bat Ye'or and David Littman papers, 1961-2012.
Summary
Collection consists of drafts and proofs of books, articles, lectures and pamphlets by Bat Ye'or, and related documents; statements of David Littman at the United Nations Commission on Human Rights; and correspondence of Bat Ye'or and David Littman. Principal correspondents include André Chouraqui, Jacques Ellul, Oriana Fallaci, Sir Martin Gilbert, Archduke Otto von Habsburg, Yehoshafat Harkabi, H.Z. Hirschberg, Teddy Kollek, John Laffin, Albert Memmi and Robert Wistrich.
Biography
Gisele Orebi Littman is the author (as Bat Ye'or since 1974) of numerous books, the most influential among them being: The dhimmi: Jews and Christians under Islam; The decline of Eastern Christianity under Islam: from jihad to dhimmitude; Islam and Dhimmitude: where civilizations collide; and Eurabia: the Euro-Arab axis. She is responsible for the currency enjoyed by the terms dhimmitude and Eurabia in the political discourse at the start of the 21st century. David Littman was the author of a number of articles about Jews in Islamic countries in the 19th century. With Yehoshafat Harkabi, he published (as D.F. Green): Arab theologians on Jews and Israel. His role in Operation Mural, a covert operation conducted by the Mossad in Casablanca, March 16-July 24, 1961, to enable the clandestine emigration of Moroccan Jewish children to Israel on the pretext of providing holidays and health care in Switzerland, is the subject of the documentary film titled "Operation Mural: Casablanca 1961, " produced in Israel in 2007. From 1985 until 2012, he was an NGO representative at the United Nations Commission on Human Rights in Geneva, serving as spokesman at various times for the World Union for Progressive Judaism (1985-1991 and 2001-2012), International Fellowship of Reconciliation (1991-1994), World Federalist Movement (1994-1997), and the Association for World Education (1997-2012).
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Littman, David, 1933-2012.
Chouraqui, André, 1917-2007.
Ellul, Jacques, 1912-1994.
Fallaci, Oriana.
Gilbert, Martin, 1936-2015.
Habsburg, Otto von, 1912-
Harkabi, Yehoshafat, 1921-1994.
Hirschberg, H. Z. (Haim Zeev), 1903-
Kollek, Teddy, 1911-2007.
Laffin, John.
Memmi, Albert.
Wistrich, Robert S., 1945-
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**P (Bat Ye'or and David Littman Papers)
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