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Restoration of Zion as a Response During the Holocaust
Em Habanim Semeha By Rabbi Yissakhar Shlomo Teichthal Edited by Pesach Schindler Translated by: Pesach Schindler (414 Pages)Publisher: Ktav, 1999
Rabbi Teichthal's Em Ha-Banim Semehah, written in Hebrew during the early 1940's, while the author was in hiding from the Nazis in Budapest, and perhaps the last work of Judaica published in Holocaust Europe, marks a major break with ultra-Orthodox anti-Zionist theology. In this work, the martyred author, himself a well known Hungarian Hasidic rabbi, castigates his colleagues for leading their communities astray by making peace with the realities of exile and rejecting all initiatives for self-redemption. Based on an encyclopedic knowledge of the sources of Jewish law and thought, the author argues for the legitimacy of a more active involvement with the processes of Redemption. Includes an annotated translation by Pesach Schindler.
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