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  BARUCH Ha-GEVER - In Memory of Dr. Baruch Goldstein [Barukh; Kopel] [IN HEBREW]  

Author Ben-Chorin, Michael [Ed.] / Ozery, Netanel [Deputy Editor] / Lerner, Yoel [Language Advisor] / Dayan, Yosi [Advisor]
Place of Publication Jerusalem
Publication Name
Year 1995
Language(s) Hebrew
IN HEBREW. RARE book published in memory of Baruch Goldstein - the perpetrator of 1994 Cave of the Patriarchs massacre in Hebron, killing 29 and wounding 125 Palestinian Muslim worshippers, where he was also killed. The book was published in only one edition and its editors were prosecuted and convicted of incitement to racism. The book is similar to a memorial book frequently published by religious communities and contains four sections: 1) religious Torah commentaries and intepretations, mainly on issues of salvation, the Temple, and the attitudes to Arabs; 2) obituaries and articles in memory of Goldstein with stories from his life, activities as a physician and his kindnesses, written mainly by residents of Kiryat Arba and Mount Hebron; 3) writings by Baruch Goldstein, including his sermon on the bar mitzvah and the obituary written by Rabbi Meir Kahane; 4) testimonies on a tense situation in Hebron in the days before the massacre and the claim that the Arabs intended to carry out a major attack that was avoided following the massacre. 245x170mm. XIV+533 pages. Hardcover. Cover corners and edges bumped. Cover and spine rubbed. Spine edges bumped. Pencil writing on rear inner cover. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare and controversial is in good condition.
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