Read Shahak's book 'Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel' - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • David
    • 29.09.09 | 08:38 (IST)

    This book from Verso Press is a must-read. For those who don't know, Israel Shahak (d. about 9 yrs ago) was an outspoken courageous Israeli peace activist and Shoah survivor.

    from the article: Why Israel must become a secular state: a thought for Yom Kippur 5770
    First published 16:53 27.09.09 | Last updated 16:11 13.11.09
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