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He was the first prime minister from the Israeli right, and the first to represent the disenfranchised ‘Second Israel.’
What do Mr. Halperin, Rabbi Sassover, and Dr. Konigshoffer have in common? How the head of the Irgun evaded capture by the British Police, time and again.
Does a deep commitment to liberalism and democracy conflict with nationalism and commitment to the security of the state?
Our story begins around 1863 in Brest, a Polish town about 150 miles east of Warsaw and then under Russian rule.
In Begin’s speeches, the icing on the cake has always been the content.
Many aspects of Israel’s national security situation today, which is almost the best it has ever been, began taking shape at the time of Menachem Begin.
"The difficulties of peace are better than the agony of war."