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  • Buddha-Dhamma in Israel. Explicit Non-Religious and Implicit Non-Secular Localization of Religion.
    Loss, Joseph (2010)
    Nova Religio 13:4: 84-105.

    Buddha-Dhamma presents itself as non-religious in Israel, recruiting mostly secular Jews; but it adopts some Jewish religious symbols to be non-secular.

    Associated Search Terms: Buddha-Dhamma; Buddhist, Israel; Israel
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