The Many Ways the Palestinians Violate International Law
Publications by Abraham Edelheit
The two momentous events that define Jewish history in the twentieth century, the Holocaust and the rise of the State of Israel, may be viewed as polar opposites in the spectrum of Jewish political power: the Holocaust represents the nadir of Jewish powerlessness, while the actions that culminated in the State of Israel’s revival represent the use of all diplomatic resources then available to Jewry. However, lingering questions remain about the connection? Beyond mere chronological coincidence?
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