Fb2 They Must Go ePub
by Meir Kahane
|Publisher:||Grosset & Dunlap; First Edition edition (October 1, 1981)|
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Rabbi Kahane's book is easy to read and comprehend. I must admit I was a little bit skeptical opening this book, due to its reputation for intolerance
Rabbi Kahane's book is easy to read and comprehend. Written in the very early 80s, it is amazing how accurately almost all of his predictions have played out exactly as he forewarned us. I say "almost all" because Rabbi Kahane saw the Arab demographic threat as impending, when in fact, it panned out. But that's one threat down (but not out) and 99 remaining. I must admit I was a little bit skeptical opening this book, due to its reputation for intolerance. But the very first page will make you realize just how important it is. This is a plea, a loud call to save Israel before it is to late.
They must go by rabbi meir kahane in this manifesto, rabbi meir kahane sets forth the only plan for israel's salvation.
In 1990 Kahane was shot after giving a speech urging Jewish-Americans to emigrate to Israel. Some o American-Israeli Orthodox rabbi and founder of the Jewish Defense League and the Israeli Kach party.
His crime: his philosophy concerning the danger that exists to the state of Israel by the very presence of its large and growing Arab population. Rabbi Kahane’s ideas were suppressed, twisted, defamed, and subjected to emotional and hysterical diatribes by people who.
Kahane was held in prison in Ramla, where he wrote the book They Must Go.
Danny Myers: R. Meir Kahane's position on "They must go" (part 4). Danny Myers.
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Meir David Kahane was a Jewish religious & Israeli nationalist activist who founded the Jewish Defense League (JDL). His controversial nature is a testament to the fact that he has been referred to as both a "visionary hero of the Jewish people" and as a "criminal racist" or "Kahanazi". Kahane (born August 1, 1932; died November 5, 1990) was born in Brooklyn, New York. He wrote numerous books espousing his opinions; his most famous work, They Must Go, is alternately called a "magnum opus" by Kahane's followers, and compared to Mein Kampf by his detractors. He also founded a seminary in Jerusalem, called the "Yeshiva of the Jewish Idea.