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Lot #    20192
Auction End Date    4/1/2008 10:29:30 AM (mm/dd/yyyy)
Title Information
Title (English)    Yaldeinu lo yislakh lanu
Title (Hebrew)    ילדנו לא יסלח לנו
Author    [Zionism] [R. Meir Kahana]
City    [Israel]
Publisher    Tenu'at Kach
Publication Date    [1984]
Collection Information
Independent Item    This listing is an independent item not part of any collection
Description Information
   Small poster, 285:203 mm., light age staining, several tears.
Paragraph 1    A poster, circa 1984, urging voters to support the Kach party which follows the ideals set by R. Meir Kahane. The title translates as "our children will not forgive us"...."when our enemies murder and injure Jews with impudence and without fear...when Jews try to defend themselves are held back and sentenced to spend a time in prison...

Is this called a a successful state? The bitter truth is that the constitutional system is a misfortune and the Likud [the political party] ...and if we do not take care of our problems and ouur enemies with a strong hand...and our children will not forgive us.

Who will deal with the enemy? Kahane, Only Kahane. Give us the power to deal with them, finally. For the benefit of the child, for the benefit of the grandchild...for the benefit of the state.

It is not enough to love him---This time we are obligated to vote for him. Kahane."

   Rabbi Meir David Kahane (1932 – 5 November 1990) was an American-Israeli Orthodox rabbi, and a former member of the Israeli Knesset. R. Kahane was known in the United States and Israel for his strong political and nationalist views, exemplified in his promotion of a theocratic Greater Israel. He founded two controversial movements: the Jewish Defense League (JDL) in the USA and Kach, an Israeli political party. In 1984, Kach gained one seat in the Knesset and R. Meir Kahane became a member. In 1986, R. Meir Kahane voted in favor of an anti-racism law that exempted "acts for purposes of religious worship or intended to preserve Israel's unique character." In 1986, Kach was declared a racist party by the Israeli government and banned from the Knesset, and, in 1994, following the Cave of the Patriarchs massacre by Baruch Goldstein the movement was outlawed completely. R. Kahane's Knesset career was ended by section 7a of Basic Law: The Knesset (1958): "Prevention of Participation of Candidates List." R. Kahane was assassinated in Manhattan in 1990, after concluding a speech in a New York hotel.
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Listing Classification
20th Century:    Checked
Israel:    Checked
History:    Checked
Other:    Zionism
First Editions:    Checked
Language:    Hebrew
Manuscript Type
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