Author: Shlomo Kalo
Publisher: DAT Publications
ISBN: 965-7028-25-6
Three documented stories of three historical periods, in which the Jew is depicted "as he is", and not "the way he is perceived". The book sheds light on the Jews' reaction to oppression in three periods: 1) Muhammad and the birth of Islam. 2) The Chmelnitzki rebellion. 3) The Holocaust and the... more...
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The enormity of the Holocaust as a historical event makes great demands on historians. For and American Jewish historian the demands rise to the level of pain. Those American Jews who persevered against the obstacles to rescue of their brothers deserve the mantle of heroism; those, like Stephen Wise... more...
US$ 10.00
There is no way to sumup someones life in a book. All we can do is find a way to have his sprirt live among us. These are the stories that are our family history, that become part of our family myths a lore, for generations to come. I chose to put words to some memories of the life of my father,... more...
The definitive book on the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin. There is not an ounce of speculation in this book, only page after page after page of accumulated facts that make it impossible to accept the "official" version of this Israeli tragedy. Bring along a critical dear, a sharp eye, and an open... more...
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The dupes and the dopes have been gushing about a supposed "Arab Spring" – reality now sets in. Muslim Winter discusses the 'non-Arab' Islamic masses, the Third Jihad and the New Empires being constructed (Persian and Ottoman) while the United States slumbers and all the implications of this to... more...
US$ 5.99
Author: Ben Hecht
Publisher: Milah Press
ISBN: 0964688638
This book, first published in 1961, takes the reader inside the Jerusalem District Courthouse for the most sensational trial in the history of Israel. Perfidy drew international attention and was angrily denounced by the Israeli establishment. Ben Hecht wrote the screenplay for "Gone With The Wind"... more...
US$ 8.00
"Sacred Land" is about the Israel-Arab/Jew-Muslim conflict in the Holy Land. It is gravely erroneous to think that there is only one issue or that the issues involved can be trivially addressed. Unlike other books, it is written in a very first-person manner, by someone who has lived the conflict... more...
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In 1948 Moshe Moscovic, along with his wife and baby were driven from Gush Etzion by Arab Legions. On June 7, 1867, when the Gush was recaptured, Moshko wrote in his diary that Jews would return to the area and transform it into a center of Jewish learning. Moshko brought Rav Yehuda Amital to... more...
US$ 7.00
Samuel A. Oppenheim, the author of The Historical Evolution Of Judaism, With Comparisons To Other Systems Of Thought, traces the evolution of the Jewish religion as a response to historical events, and how its development interacts with the history of Jews as individuals and the outside world, and... more...
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Did you ever wish you could converse with Friedrich Nietzsche, argue with him about his view of "the Jews.? This masterful construction of the most profound and fundamental concepts of Judaism in the form of a correspondence follows the effective style of Samson Raphael Hirsch's Nineteen Letters and... more...
US$ 10.00