Michael Warschawski (a.k.a Mikado) is a veteran anti-Zionist activist. Born in France to an orthodox Rabbi who had fought as a partisan in WWII, the young Warschawski grew up hearing stories about the expulsion of Jews to camps, before the term Holocaust had even been coined.
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After moving to Israel in his teens, he witnessed a procession of Arab refugees who had been expelled from their villages during the Six Day War. This was a turning point for Warschawski; he realized that his early conception of the Jews as a tortured people was no longer accurate. This path eventually led him to the radical - then infamous - socialist movement "Matzpen", which fought for nearly two decades against the continued Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories.
Bach-Collegium Stuttgart with Helmuth Rilling - Bach's Cantata No.4: Christ lag in Todes Banden
Bach-Collegium Stuttgart with Helmuth Rilling - Mendelssohn's Elias (Overture)
Michel Corboz - Brahms' German Requiem (First Movement)
Philharmonia Orchestra with Otto Klemperer - Mahler's Symphony (Second Movement)
Sinfonia Varsovia with Jacek Kaspszyk - Preisner's Requiem For My Friend (Lacrimosa)