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In the wake of the 1982 Lebanon War, the Rebbe speaks about the foolish and dangerous stance of making concessions in the hopes of winning favor in the eyes of other nations. Guest Expert: Rabbi Moshe Spalter. (From “Messages”—Season 4, Episode 20)

Israeli Inferiority Complex

Israeli Inferiority Complex

Learning from the Rebbe: Episode 20

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Israeli Inferiority Complex: Learning from the Rebbe: Episode 20

In the wake of the 1982 Lebanon War, the Rebbe speaks about the foolish and dangerous stance of making concessions in the hopes of winning favor in the eyes of other nations. Guest Expert: Rabbi Moshe Spalter. (From “Messages”—Season 4, Episode 20)
Israel, Israel Defense Force, Arab-Israeli Conflict
Michael Chighel (Kigel) received his Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Toronto for his dissertation on the Book of Job, after a specialization in 20th-century French and German thought. In Canada he taught in the departments of philosophy and of Jewish studies at the universities of York, Queen’s and Waterloo. He produced Passages and Messages for eleven seasons on Canadian television (CTS). Until this year he held the Rohr Chair of Jewish Studies at the Lauder Business School in Vienna, where he taught Torah, European ethics and political economy. He has translated a number of books and published various articles in Jewish thought. Michael and his family have recently made aliyah, and now live in Jerusalem.
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Anonymous Ireland April 18, 2013

Israel Israel should survive. However, it will survive. A nation with all the force of G-d on its side will survive. Jewish people are no longer only a religious group. They now belong to a nation. G-d is ever more present in this nation, a gathering of his loved ones. A focus of his love. More of a gathering, more of a nation, more of the presence of Hashem. Reply

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