Bukharan Jews, Jewish Kazakh History, Kazakhstani Jews, Khazars, Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson, Leo Iv the Khazar, Forest
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 63. Chapters: Bukharan Jews, Jewish Kazakh history, Kazakhstani Jews, Khazars, Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson, Leo IV the Khazar, Forest Hills, Queens, Rego Park, Queens, Kuzari, Mountain Jews, Khazars in fiction, Lev Leviev, Robert S. Wistrich, Dushanbe Synagogue, Shoista Mullojonova, List of Khazar rulers, Dorrit Moussaieff, Alexander Mashkevitch, Khazar language, Lyab-i Hauz, Jacob Arabo, Simon Gaon, Meirkhaim Gavrielov, Malika Kalontarova, Jews in Kazakhstan, Grigori Marchenko, History of the Jews in Tajikistan, Taman Peninsula, Yudik Mullodzhanov, Yisrael Aharoni, Yosef Maimon, Ilyas Malayev, Ari Babakhanov, Boris Avrukh, Rena Galibova, Ohr Avner Foundation, Shlomo Moussaieff, Fatima Kuinova, Chala, Mark Gorman, Gavriel Mullokandov, Zakhar Bron, Yitzhak ha-Sangari, Anthony Yadgaroff, Pax Khazarica, Red Jews, Yulia Shamalov-Berkovich, Shimon Hakham, Suleiman Yudakov, Uzbek Jews, Barno Itzhakova, Al-Fadhl ibn Muhammad, Rosa Mullodzhanova, Robert Ilatov, Abraham Prochownik, Idan Yaniv, Brutakhi, Jacques Abramoff, Alp Iluetuer, Itzhak Yehoshua, Jacob Nasirov, Lebedias, Yarmaq, John of Gothia, Boris Kandov, Leon II of Abkhazia, Gazaria, Kozar, Ohr Avner Chabad Day School, Khvaliskoye. Excerpt: The Khazars were semi-nomadic Turkic people who established one of the largest polities of medieval Eurasia, with the capital of Atil and territory comprising much of modern-day European Russia, western Kazakhstan, eastern Ukraine, Azerbaijan, large portions of the northern Caucasus (Circassia, Dagestan), parts of Georgia, the Crimea, and northeastern Turkey. A successor state of the Western Turks, Khazaria was a polyethnic state with a population of Turkic, Uralic, Slavic, and Palaeo-Caucasian peoples. Khazaria was the first feudal state to be established in Eastern Europe. During the 9th and 10th centuries, Khazaria was one of the major...