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This classic was written by Rabbi Kahane in while he was serving a prison sentence in Israel for essentially warning his people about To ask other readers questions about They Must Go, please sign up. Shelves: english, pdf, I have seen the armed forces, whose neutrality and non-political status must be assured in . They hate the Sabbath and they hate the laws of Judaism and they hate the yeshivas and they hate the rabbis. And they manifestly did NOT approve of Meir Kahane and Kach. had commanded the faithful to go out to holy war. Meir Kahane received rabbinical ordination from the famed Mir Yeshiva in New York. Kahane became prominent in the United States after he.

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They Must Go was written in while Rabbi Meir Kahane was jailed in Ramie Prison by the Israeli government under an unprecedented administrative. 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. They Must Go by Rabb Meir Kahane - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. They Must Go by Rabb Meir Kahane.

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Exactly what regarding you? What do you do when having the leisure? Don't you invest for worthless points? Even reading every single time you want. In he spearheaed a campaign of Jewish activism which led to the emigration of tens of thousands of oppressed Jews from the Soviet Union. Rabbi Kahane spent two decades touring American college campuses. Just for joke! You will certainly likewise find various other title and also styles from different authors to search right here.

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Israel can only be sustained by a permanent Jewish majority and a small. Arabs in theirs. Jews in their land.

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Could the Arabs be convinced to leave? Is there a solution? Rabbi Kahane insists. His crime: Israeli Arabs would be given the options of accepting noncitizenship. They mockingly accept moneys from the National Insurance Institute for medical services. They feel no ties for a state that breathes Jewishness. Is there a time bomb ticking away relentlessly in the Holy Land? Can Arabs and Jews ultimately coexist in a Jewish-Zionist state?

Even worse. Only separation. Are we [Israel] committed to national suicide? Should we allow demography. But the Arab population continues to grown quantitatively and qualitatively.

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According to Rabbi Kahane. Consider when this book was written and tell me otherwise! See all 16 customer reviews. Five Stars By Yousef Just fine as expected thanks 8 of 12 people found the following review helpful.. Kahana was a prophet By A. Most helpful customer reviews 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful. Hakohen This man.. It is really delightful when at the twelve noon.

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By enjoying the views around. It will certainly not curse your time. Flag for inappropriate content. Related titles. Jump to Page. Search inside document. Given that Fanon views colonialism as itself an act of violence and Kahane views anti-Semitism in much the same way, each adopts the tools of the oppressor to contest their respective forms of oppression. Both hold this is necessary for slightly different reasons: In that sense, in contrast to Arendt who holds that violence is not a form of power but its opposite, violence and power are synonymous for Kahane.

Jewish panthers. Jewish hoodlums. There are things that, in the minds of the Jewish community, make up the JDL. It not only made no difference to us, we encouraged the labels and the reputation and were encouraged by them. What the Jew failed to understand. Violence is a way for the disempowered to attain power and not the way of those in power maintain it. Violence is an exercise of weakness. The power of anti-Semitism for him is not only in its active violence against Jews.

Th e Wa r a g a i n s t t h e A m e r i c a n J e w i s h E s ta b l i s h m e n t While Kahane targets anti-Semitism as his primary adversary, his second- tier enemy, no less formidable and entrenched, is the Jewish liberal, what he calls the American Jewish Establishment.

They can fight poverty precisely because they profit from it. With a good bullet from a good gun and bury you, with a good shovel in the good earth. But he must also ensure that all the untruths placed within him by the oppressor be eliminated.

In a colonial regime such as the one in Algeria, the ideas taught by colonialism impacted not only the European minority but also the Algerian.

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Total liberation involved every facet of the personality. And it is precisely that figure that is cultivated by the AJE with its upwardly mobile ethos and passive nature. Can we join the JDL? This is an attack on the old-Galut Torah that venerated piety and martyrdom and on the AJE that worshipped on the altar of liberalism and nonviolence.

Zvi Yehuda Kook in Israel. But summarily dismissing him as a result of those alternatives may be the easy way to discount his critique of the American Jewish Establishment. It can also include other acts that seek to upend the system rather than accommodate to it.

Hitler maintained the basic social structure of the society in which he lived and preyed on anti-Semitic attitudes already pervasive in German society. Hitler destroyed a world but in the end he changed nothing.

Perhaps this speaks to the distinction George Sorel makes in his Reflections on Violence between the political verses the proletarian strike. Here I think Kahane would advocate the latter, and not necessary through physical harm but through the threat of such harm, or even through a collective protest against the systems of power.

Echoing Fanon, Kahane argued that those in power do not cede power unless they are forced to do so Martin Luther King agreed with this as well. The question is, how does one force them to do so? There are many ways, civil disobedience is one this is what Martin Luther King chose in the Selma march in , overt violence is another. That would maximize the potential for Jewish survival. Whether the Soviet Jewry Movement would have been as successful as it was without Kahane is an open question.

But there is little doubt that he forced it to the headlines and made it a national issue, which put pressure on the U. Toward a new humanism. This power was achieved through fear and was maintained by the threat of violence.

All the rest would be worked out in the messianic days. In sum, my interest in Kahane as a significant voice on postwar America is more about his critique of the AJE than about his solutions. Given that violence has been with us for a long time and does not seem to be going away anytime soon, and given our commitment to creating a society where human safety and flourishing can be maximized, it is worth examining this one Jewish case, and I maintain it is a Jewish case, for the use, or threat, of violence as one solution to the problem of Jewish survival and existence, even if in the end we reject it.

How we reject it and what we put in its place may be our most serious challenge. Notes 1. Some important work has been done on Kahane, mostly in regard to his career in Israel. My interests here are about his American career, which extended far beyond his immigration to Israel in Princeton University Press, Daniel Breslauer, Meir Kahane: Ideologue, Hero, Thinker New York: Edwin Mellen Press, , a short intellectual biography of Kahane that focuses mostly on his American ideas.

Consciousness and Political Reality Jerusalem: See Eisen, Peace and Violence in Judaism: Stanford University Press, , and Blood: A Critique of Christianity New York: Columbia University Press, Oxford University Press, Reflections on Religion and Violence, ed. Jenson and E. Never Again! New York: Pyramid Books, , On this in general see Michael Staub, Torn at the Roots: On issues related to Kahane see — Staub does focus on the violence among some young counter-cultural groups made up largely of Jews.

First Mariner Books, Chilton Book Company, , 1— Kotler, Heil Kahane, 39— Bernard Ackerman, Violence is always a tragedy.

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Kahane, Never Again! Schocken, , — Harcourt, , 8. See ibid. Selected Writings —, Vol. See esp. Verso, , He wanted the Soviets to simply begin a quiet process of allowing Jews to leave as a way of salvaging their relationship with the United States and not overtly succumbing to pressure.

The Soviets knew, Kahane maintained, that they could easily resolve the threat of violence by doing something that was not crucial to their larger geopolitical agenda. Violence and Social Change, ed. Robert Connery New York: Vintage Books, , 26— The details of this strike and its impact on the fabric of Brownsville, Brooklyn is discussed in Wendell Pritchett, Brownsville, Brooklyn: University of Chicago Press, , — Jerald E.

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Yale University Press, On Kahane and black anti-Semitism see Never Again! Princeton University Press, , 34n Kahane was certainly not the only voice against Jewish liberalism at this time. See, for example, in Staub, Torn at the Roots, 45— His most vociferous early attack on the American Jewish establishment can be found in his book Never Again! This is developed much further in Why Be Jewish? Nash Publishing, Kohn and R. Feldman New York: Schocken Books, , , Ideologue, Hero, Thinker, See, for example, Ron H.

Fordham University Press, , Thinkers, Artists, Shapers of Jewish Identity, ed. Picart, J. Revel, and M. Steinberg Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, forthcoming.

Grove Press , xv. The Western Tradition New York: The biblical references set up the midrashic declaration. See, for example, Numbers Jerusalem, , University of California Press, ; and B.

Sheffield Academic Press Ltd. On the persistence of this gentile animus toward the Jew that is based on divine decree, see R. The revised and corrected edition was published by the Institute for the Publication of the Writings of Rabbi Meir Kahane in Lyle Stuart Inc.

Kahane often lamented about the diminished study of the Bible. Selected Articles, —, — Kahane worked continuously on his Bible commentary Perush Ha-Maccabi throughout his adult life.

I want to thank Aryeh Cohen for making this suggestion. SJDL, Schocken Books, , This, of course, depends on how one understands the term rabbinic Judaism and whether one can, in any case, make any blanket claim about rabbinic Judaism.

For example, question of Rabbinic Judaism and masculinity has received some attention since the earlier studies on this topic by Daniel Boyarin. See, for example, Boyarin, Unheroic Conduct Berkeley: University of California Press, , 81— On masculinity and Zionism, see ibid.

SUNY Press, , 83— All references will be to the reprinted essay. There are many articulations of this. A Theology for the Postmodern Jew Philadelphia: JPS,