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On Jews and Judaism: Selected Articles 1961-1990 (Volume One)

Kahane, Meir

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ISBN 10: 9652223506 / ISBN 13: 9789652223500
Published by Institute for Publication of the Writings of Rabbi Meir Kahane, Jerusalem, 1993
Condition: vg Hardcover

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Lg. 8vo. viii,168pp. Photographic paper-covered boards of a b/w reproduction of a photograph of Rabbi Meir Kahane. Work with selected articles by Rabbi Kahane's articles, which appeared over a 30 year span in the Jewish Press, representing various aspects of his philosophy. Slight age wear and scuffing on binding. Tail of spine slightly bumped, top right corner of back board bumped and worn. Remnants of sticker on back board. Tight copy with binding in good+, interior in near fine condition. Bookseller Inventory # 24846

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Title: On Jews and Judaism: Selected Articles 1961-...

Publisher: Institute for Publication of the Writings of Rabbi Meir Kahane, Jerusalem

Publication Date: 1993

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:vg

Edition: English edition

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This collection of articles is culled from the columns he wrote for the weekly 'Jewish Press' from 1961 to 1990. Rabbi Kahane fought fervently and fearlessly for a broad range of Jewish causes. One of his most important weapons was his pen. His articles were impassioned yet logically reasoned expositions, applying the Torah approach to current situations and issues. They show his unique ability to translate Torah values into a viable, practical approach to the urgent problems facing the Jewish people in our time.

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It is not an easy thing to be holy, and there is not a man alive who has not stumbled as he has walked down the road of life, and fallen, even if but for a moment, into impurity... But it is holiness and sanctity that remain the ultimate goal and purpose of the Jew, for to be holy is to approach the Almighty who IS holiness, while to emulate Him is the reason for man's being.

What a difference it would have made had Israel immediately after the June, 1967 War, when the whole world stood solidly behind her, knowing that she had almost gone under and miraculously survived, declared: All this land is ours, historically; it is Jewish from the times of the Bible.

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