Jewish Schizophrenia in the Land of Israel
By: David J. Forman (author)Hardback
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Carefully using the colloquial understanding of "schizophrenia", this intriguing book examines the inconsistencies, paradoxes, and divisiveness that characterises Israeli society. As a father, Israeli-Reform rabbi, IDF Deputy Commander, and human rights activist, Forman's personal insights -- combined with his sense of humour -- offer one much to think about.
David J. Forman, author of the highly acclaimed Israel on Broadway; America Off-Broadway - Jews in the New Millenium (Gefen), is an internationally renowned human rights activist. Founder of Israeli Rabbis for Human Rights, he was awarded the prestigious Knesset Prize for "Peace, Tolerance and Democracy." He has served as a deputy-commander in the Israeli army, founded the Jerusalem Council for Soviet Jewry and he lectures and writes extensively on social, political and religious issues in English and Hebrew. He lives with his family in Jerusalem.
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