The Hakhamat did al-suhyuniyah (The Rabbis Speak Out - Arabic edition): The 130-Year Record of Religious Jewish Opposition to Zionism by Aron Rosenberg

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Aron Rosenberg
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Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Publishing
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160
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9789992195772
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Paperback
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This book brings together, for the first time in Arabic, excerpts from words of rabbis of past and present generations who were totally opposed to the ideology of Zionism and the existence of the State of Israel. For all these rabbis, the true meaning of Israel is the Jewish people, wherever they may reside.
Many of the rabbis quoted here lived before the founding of the Zionist state, and the intentions and actions of the Zionists were not widely known then. Therefore, the rabbis of that period focused their opposition on the Zionists' violations of the Torah in general and their rebellion against the Almighty's decree of exile.
Even in the period after 1948, the Zionists' crimes against the indigenous people of Palestine received almost no coverage in the international media and thus most of the Rabbis did not know about them... It has only been in the last two or three decades, starting approximately with the Lebanon War of 1982, that the Western world has gained an awareness of these issues. This awareness is reflected in the words of the Rabbis of the most recent period.


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