Jews Must Live

Author: Samuel Roth
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Written by one of America's most famous Jewish pornographers, this work provides a shocking and insightful account of Jewish attitudes towards Gentiles. Financially ruined and imprisoned because of swindles perpetrated by other Jews, Roth hit back by writing this book which he said exposed their underhanded dealings with the Gentile world.

Jews Must Live Now And Forever

Author: JRBooksOnline
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ISBN: 179487965X
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The History Of The Jews Of Spain And Portugal

Author: Elias Hiam Lindo
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The Persecution Of The Jews In Russia

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The History Of The Jews

Author: James A. Huie
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The History Of The Jews From The Taking Of Jerusalem By Titus To Thte Present Time

Author: James A. Huie
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The Jewish Student S Companion

Author: Jacob Mendes De Solla
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The Scattered Nation And Jewish Christian Magazine

Author: Carl Schwartz
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For You Who Died I Must Live On

Author: Eli Rubenstein
Editor: Oakville, Ont. : Mosaic Press
ISBN: 9780889624535
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Forum

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Israel S Watchman And Prophetic Expositor Afterw The Prophetic News And Israel S Watchman Ed By A Edersheim 1st 7th Year

Author: Alfred Edersheim
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Esther S Children

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The Church Of England Magazine

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Report and speeches at the [third] annual meeting of the Church Pastoral-aid Society, May 8, 1838.

Why The Jews

Author: Dennis Prager
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Argues that the causes of antisemitism are neither ethnic nor racial nor rooted in economic envy or religious bigotry, but that antisemitism is a response to Jews and their way of life, based upon its very foundations--God, Torah, and Peoplehood

For The Love Of Israel And The Jewish People

Author: Nathan T. Lopes Cardozo
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The Land of Israel and the Jewish people are bound together in mysterious ways that go beyond convention. Here is a nation that has "too much history and too little geography," as Sir Isaiah Berlin said. Yet even in their exile, the Jews never truly left the land of their birth. Rather, they lifted it from its native soil and transformed it into a portable homeland, taking it with them to all corners of the earth. Only in 1948 after nearly two thousand years did the Jewish people return to its original home. How is it that contrary to all the laws of history, the Jewish people outlived so many powerful empires? How was this tiny nation able to make an unprecedented contribution to the wellbeing of all of humankind? Why did the Jewish people become a source of endless irritation to those who opposed its ethical teachings? Finally, how can the State of Israel rediscover its Jewish identity as the source of its greatest blessing and hope? Nathan Lopes Cardozo addresses these and other questions throughout this remarkable collection of essays.

Aspects Of The Religious Behavior Of American Jews

Author: Charles S. Liebman
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Great Jewish Speeches Throughout History

Author: Steve Israel
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Great Jewish Speeches throughout History contains thirty-seven speeches by Jewish men and women who relied on the power of the spoken word to propel them through the turbulent currents of history. Each speech is prefaced by a brief description placing it in historical context and providing background information on the speaker. The topics and speakers represent a broad spectrum of Jewish life and history. Included are speeches by political figures such as Benjamin Disraeli, Golda Meir, and David Ben-Gurion, and speeches on Jewish identity by Louis Brandeis and Sigmund Freud. Arranged in chronological order, the speeches in this volume range from Moses' farewell to the Children of Israel and Elazar ben Yair's plea to his followers on Masada to take their lives rather than submit to Roman conquest, to Theodor Herzl's address at the first Zionist Congress and the Nobel prize acceptances of Isaac Bashevis Singer and Menachem Begin. The order of the speeches presents the reader with a special glimpse into the development of Jewish history. Stephen S. Wise's 1933 warning against Hitler and the Nazis becomes a tragic introduction to Elie Wiesel's 1985 appeal to President Ronald Reagan not to visit the Bitburg military cemetery in Germany. The speeches reflect the drama of singular moments in Jewish history. According to the editors, "A book of this nature cannot possibly include every 'great speech.' Some are lost forever; some are too long and some are too brief for a compilation such as this. It is both 'a blessing and a curse' that Judaism is rich with too many speeches on such a vast multitude of issues to fill one volume of 'great' speeches. Furthermore, we don't presume to be the arbiters of what is truly great and what is not. No mortal measure of objectivity allows for that." Ultimately, Great Jewish Speeches throughout History reflects the power and dignity of Jewish life from biblical times to the modern day with a passion and an eloquence that could only come directly from those who helped to shape it.

The University Review

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A People Who Live Apart

Author: Els van Diggele
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Journalist and historian Van Diggele analyzes the complexity of the "quiet civil war" happening in Israel through interviews and reports of key events over the past two years.