It's not in the Van Dale so it's not a common word. The only use I can find online is about an establishment in Apeldoorn; during WW2 a lot of jews lived there because they thought the Nazis would leave them alone there. Because it seemed like a safe haven it got the nickname 'jodenhemel', literally 'Jew's heaven': https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Het_Apeldoornsche...
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