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Next Year in Jerusalem — Maybe

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December 24, 1971

Republished in the 7 volume set “Beyond Words”, available at Amazon Books.

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About the Author: Tzvi Fishman was awarded the Israel Ministry of Education Prize for Creativity and Jewish Culture for his novel "Tevye in the Promised Land." For the past several years, he has written a popular and controversial blog at Arutz 7. A wide selection of his books are available at Amazon. The views expressed in this blog are solely those of the author and do not represent the views of The Jewish Press


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8 Responses to “Next Year in Jerusalem — Maybe”

  1. Rc Fowler says:

    I wish there were a clear majority of Jews both political and non political–who believed as Rabbi Kahane did–Israel would be so much better off!

  2. Tzvi Fishman says:

    I'd seriously like to hear how The Jewish Press's regular readers answer the arguments of Rabbi Kahane in this essay. If you don't agree – why? And if you do agree – why don't you come live in Israel?

  3. Larry Snider says:

    Rabbi Kahane was right in calling on the Jewish heart and the Jewish soul to return. While some readers may believe that he was right in his beliefs via the Arabs the State of Israel banned Kach and the United States classified JDL as a terrorist organzation because we are all children of G-d.

  4. I believe Rabbi Meir Kahane, that it will become difficult for the Jewish people but also for the christians in America.

  5. yuz got that write brothur.

  6. Rc Fowler says:

    This is true–and it has already begun–even more so with the Obama cabal!

  7. Lara Denver says:

    Great article, thanks, and I agree up to a point. In your writing it seems like you are inviting all the religious Jews and traditional Jews. Are they the only people you welcome? How about Jews who are not as religious as you? Also, I know that I would love to come to Israel, and I have many reasons, as opposed to excuses, that I cannot. I wonder do you participate in helping people make Aliyah, or do you just want to make others feel guilty or bad? When we can, I agree we should come!

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