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Mendelssohn

1. Felix , full name Jacob Ludwig Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy. 1809--47, German romantic composer. His works include the overtures A Midsummer Night's Dream (1826) and Fingal's Cave (1832), five symphonies, the oratorio Elijah (1846), piano pieces, and songs. He was instrumental in the revival of the music of J. S. Bach in the 19th century
2. his grandfather, Moses . 1729--86, German Jewish philosopher. His best-known work is Jerusalem (1783), in which he defends Judaism and appeals for religious toleration
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By Adam Mendelsohn. New York: New York University Press, 2015.
Barak Mendelsohn has written a comprehensive and well-considered study of why al-Qaeda chose to associate itself with a number of largely autonomous, often uncontrollable, and geographically distant terrorist organizations under a "branching out" strategy widely known as "franchising." Mendelsohn examines a number of important questions about al-Qaeda's franchising effort, including a consideration of how well it has succeeded in advancing al-Qaeda's interests.