It is important to highlight that this area of study has been explored by several scholars. In the literature review, there are several scholars who have taken their time in the conducting of research concerning this area of study. One of the scholars that have explored this area of study is Barbara E. Mann in his book; Space and Places in Jewish Studies, which was published in 2012, he describes the Jews in a hilarious way and he says that these people as those whose studies can easily be altered (Emily, 2007).
In his book, he states it so vividly that the rate that the space is turning has the potential of mobilizing and sensitizing the world in a revolutionary manner. It is also important to highlight that Barbara in his second book “A place in history: Modernism, Tel Aviv and the creation of the Jewish Urban Space” again where he talks of the immigration of the Europeans. In this book, the author talks of how these people attempted to establish for themselves habitat. The book ha consequently tried to properly envisage this case in reference to the challenges and the difficulties that they underwent during this process (Emily, 2007).
Another scholar who has also shown some concern over the space is a scholar by the name Cheryl Teelucksingh. This is another scholar who was very much concerned with the question of space. According to Cheryl in the work that was published in 2006, Claiming Space: Racialization in Canadian Cities - Page 60, the writer argues about space. And what is so clear in this case is that this space that is on debate here is relating to the Canadian cities and that this is for the Jewish. In this book, the well learned scholar argues that space that is in question or rather that is claimed as space by the Kehila center is not just acknowledged as space but rather engulfed by the larger and the vast Ashkenazi community or habitation (Emily, 2007).
Anne Fuchs in her book that was