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An interview with an Anti-Zionist Rabbi in London

December 14, 2012

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Long time no blog. Where have I been? Oh, just doing some stuff. In any case, there’s a few special treats to end the year with, including the video above with Rabbi Jacob Weiss of human rights organisation, Rabbis for Palestine. It took place in mid-November during Israel’s invasion of Gaza, with a large congragation […]

An interview with Neturei Karta

July 13, 2012

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A short while ago I wrote a piece on the Orthodox anti-zionist group Neturei Karta, which can be read here. I also wanted to know a bit more about the group in particular and managed to get a few words from Rabbi E. Beck. Based in New York, they took time out from their very […]

Judaism and Zionism – that unambiguous grey area

May 13, 2012

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At a pro-Palestinian protest yesterday I couldn’t help but notice tourists walking past with furrowed brows and perplexed glances. They’d noticed something a little odd at a rally that is predominantly in the hearts and minds of Arabs belonging to a monotheistic faith. The longest humanitarian crisis of modern times is a daily reminder and […]