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' At this point the American left split and those of us who criticised our onetime Jewish allies for misguided opportunism, were promptly rewarded with the ritual epithet 'antisemite' or 'self-hating Jew'.

Fortunately, the voice of reason is alive and well, and in Israel, of all places.

was a resident of the Warsaw Ghetto and a survivor of Bergen-Belsen.

He arrived in Palestine in 1945 and lived there until his death in 2001.

– Gore Vidal Contents: Foreword by Gore Vidal 1: A Closed Utopia?

2: Prejudice and Prevarication 3: Orthodoxy and Interpretation 4: The Weight of History 5: The Laws against Non-Jews 6: Political Consequences Notes and References (Spinoza) This book, although written in English and addressed to people living outside the State of Israel, is, in a way, a continuation of my political activities as an Israeli Jew.

I asked them whether such behavior was consistent with their interpretation of the Jewish religion.

They answered that the Jew in question had behaved correctly, indeed piously, and backed their statement by referring me to a passage in an authoritative compendium of Talmudic laws, written in this century.

In 1945, he came to Israel; served in the Israeli military; did not become a Marxist in the years when it was fashionable.

Had this been attempted, there would have been a great uproar and Congress would have said no.

But a religious minority of less than two per cent has bought or intimidated seventy senators (the necessary two thirds to overcome an unlikely presidential veto) while enjoying support of the media.

He was – and still is – a humanist who detests imperialism whether in the names of the God of Abraham or of George Bush.

Equally, he opposes with great wit and learning the totalitarian strain in Judaism.

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