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Abstract: Israel is often a subject of shrill criticism, with hyperbole more prominent than clear reasoning, systematic analysis of the Israeli record, or comparison of its performances with those of other countries. Inquiries into claims about a threat of religious domination by the...
Abstract: Martin Buber's intense occupation with issues or causes during his younger years contributed to his spiritual enlightenment in specific areas in a particular time frame. So, for instance, in the years from 1898 to 1904 he was consumed with Zionist activities, from 1905 to 1909 he...
Abstract: The seder (Passover ritual meal) and haggadah (text used during the meal) were codified in early medieval times. With the decline of women's Jewish literacy and their role in Jewish society beginning with the Industrial Revolution, the prefatory material in haggadot became more common....
Abstract: No doubt because of the interest of French intellectuals in Qabbalah, it is significant that at the turn of the century it was upon French soil that the first translation of the Zohar appeared in a modern language. In addition, during the bourgeoning of the historical-critical study of...
Abstract: The Nazi suppression of Jewish writers led to the near eradication of an entire genre of German literature—that of the so-called "ghetto story." By tacitly accepting the Nazi-established canon of German literature, we are continuing to abet this crime. The only names of writers in this...
Abstract: Although the notorious antisemitic forgery The Protocols of the Elders of Zion had enormous impact on twentieth-century public opinion, with disastrous consequences, its importance has only recently been acknowledged by historians. As much as rational thinkers wish to ignore conspiracy...
Abstract: In February 1934 the London Times decided not to publish a long article on the concentration camp at Dachau, although it had already been set up and corrected in galley proofs. The author, Stanley Simpson, listed details of mistreatment of prisoners, based on accounts by witnesses. The...
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