New Palestinian Attempt at UNESCO to Claim Hebron and the Patriarch’s Tomb as a Palestinian Site
Dr. Nathan Durst
Dr. Nathan Durst was born in Berlin and came to the Netherlands in 1939 (Deceased). He had a doctorate in clinical psychology from Groningen University. He came to Israel in 1971 and worked as chief psychologist in a psychiatric hospital for 15 years. He is a past chairman of the Israeli Psychotherapeutic Association and teaches at Tel Aviv University. He was co-founder of AMCHA (Israeli Center for Holocaust Survivors and the Second Generation) and worked as its clinical director. He lectured in Israel, the United States and in Europe – mostly in Germany – about trauma and the Shoah.