The qahal (Hebrew: קהל) was a theocratic organizational structure in ancient Israelite society according to the Hebrew Bible.[1] In later centuries, Qahal was the name of the autonomous governments of Ashkenazi Jews until being abolished in the 1840s.[2] Etymology and meaning The Hebrew word qahal, which is a close etymological relation of the name of Qoheleth (Ecclesiastes), comes from a root meaning "convoked [group]";[3] its Arabic cognate,
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