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Peace, justice, and Jews : reclaiming our tradition / edited with an introduction by Murray Polner and Stefan Merken.

Polner, Murray, (editor.). Merken, Stefan, 1945- (editor.).
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Robertson Library BM538.P3P43 2007 37348007294200 SPEC-PEI Available -
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Subject: Peace > Religious aspects > Judaism.
Social justice > Religious aspects > Judaism.
Pacifism > Religious aspects > Judaism.
War > Religious aspects > Judaism.
Arab-Israeli conflict > Religious aspects > Judaism.
Pacifists > United States.
Pacifists > Israel.
Judaism > Doctrines.

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  • ISBN: 9781933480152
  • ISBN: 1933480157
  • Physical Description: xviii, [341] pages : illustrations. ; 24 cm.
  • Edition: 1st ed.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. [319]-322) and index.
Formatted Contents Note: What We Believe. Ethics, Victimhood, and Power / Ira Chernus -- Where the World of the Human Spirit Meets the World of Everyday Events / Ken Stanton -- Why I Wont Go to Israel / David Howard -- A Dreamer’s Sojourn in the Holy Land / Kenny Freeman -- The Loneliness of a Prophet: Abraham Joshua Heschel: A Daughter Remembers / Susannah Heschel -- Not That It’s So Much Easier: A Poem / Dorothy Field -- Christians, Jews, and Muslims: A Personal Journey / Scott Kennedy -- A Peace of Mind / E. James Lieberman -- Jewish Secularism / Bennett Muraskin -- Living Nonviolently / Rabbi Michael Robinson / Allan Falls Down the Rabbit Hole . . . And into the Middle East Conflict / Allan Solomonow -- REVERENCE FOR LIFE. Binding Up the Broken Hearted: A Prison Ministry / Phyllis Taylor -- Justice and Compassion Is for All Living Beings / Nina Natelson -- Compassionate Listening: a Radical Approach to Conflict / Leah Green Khirkha: A Poem / Dorothy Field Kitchen Politics / Roberta Kalechofsky -- Blacks and Jews / Stefan Merken -- OUR HERITAGE. Violence and Nonviolence in Jewish Thought and Practice / Rabbi Arthur Waskow -- Will There Ever Be Another Holocaust? / Edward Feder -- Berlin Stories / Claudia Dreifus -- A True Story / Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel -- Fixing the World / Rabbi Philip J. Bentley -- Reading the Second Text: Meaning and Misuses of the Holocaust / Helen Fein -- Justice, Not “Just Us” / Rabbi Michael Rothbaum -- All Flowers: A Love Poem /David Sparenberg -- Social Justice / Richard Schwartz -- Judaism, Feminism, and Peace in the Nuclear Age / Rabbi Sheila Peltz Weinberg -- Impossible Pacifism: Jews, the Holocaust, and Nonviolence / Evelyn Wilcock -- AGAINST WAR. A Matter of Conscience: Militarism and Conscientious Objection in Israel / Ruth Hiller and Sergeiy Sandler -- Pacifoid Jew / Rabbi Albert S. Axelrad -- Was the Vietnam-Era Peace Movement Effective? / Jerry Elmer -- In the Heady Seventies of the Women’s Movement - A Poem / Naomi Goodman -- War Remembrance / Ira Katz -- Facing a Test of Faith: Jewish Pacifists During World World II / Michael Young -- Jewish Conscientious Objectors in the US and Israel / Murray Polner -- Torah, War, and the “Gentle Heart” Today: Israeli Soldiers’ Refusal to Serve in the Occupation Army / Rabbi Arthur Waskow -- The Political Rehabilitation of Joseph Rotblat / Lawrence S. Wittner -- THE MIDDLE EAST. Not Yet a Season for Peace / Dan Leon -- A Prophetic Judaism of Human Rights: Rene Cassin and Resistance to the Israeli Occupation / Jeff Halper -- To Be a Free Nation in Our Land / Yitzhak Frankenthal -- Not Returning Home; My Sister, Daughter of Ishmael: Two Poems / Ada Aharoni -- Machsomwatch (CheckpointWatch): Women, Protest, and the Fight for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories / Nura Resh -- Descent into Violence / Milton Viorst -- Anti-Semitism and Zionism in the Debate on the Palestinian Issue: Personal Reflections / Herbert C. Kelman, Joseph Abileah: A Nonviolent Israeli / Joseph Abileah --A Prayer for Israel, for the Innocents, for Peace / Rabbi Victor Hillel Reinstein.
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