Israeli Literature - Shared screen with speaker view
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Alterman wrote Tanach Aher not Tanach Hadash.
That statement not only erases the difference between the State of Israel and the Land of Israel. It also erases all the Arabs who live there (as Oz had noted).
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Yes, and similar wording in Birchat HaChodesh, Tefilat Tal,and Geshem
also el maleh
The video is like a blow to the heart.
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reminds of ‘where have all the flowers gone” beauty but also pain
why King and Queen capitalized in English? perhaps to indicate distance from the people who serve and die? at close of poem king and queen ordinary without power bec ev else dead.
Usually spelled Fuchs - I studied classical Greek with Prof Alexander Fuchs at Hebrew University in the 60s.
"we took" should be read correctly as "conquered"
Toda Rabbah and Shabbat Shalom.
The sound quality is very poor.
It's just that the quality of the sound coming through on Zoom is poor.
The speed is also not great...slowed down...this is true for all the videos in these sessions\
The Story of Issac - Leonard Cohen
You who build these altars nowTo sacrifice these children,You must not do it anymore.A scheme is not a visionAnd you never have been temptedBy a demon or a god.You who stand above them now,Your hatchets blunt and bloody,You were not there before,When I lay upon a mountainAnd my father's hand was tremblingWith the beauty of the word.
for anyone: when referring to 'yesterday' does that mean Tuesday which I missed or Wednesday
M and A Fogel
thanks again to Rahel.
thanks again. Shabbat Shalom.
Todah rabah Rachel. Todah rabah Stuart!
THANK YOU - Rachel, Happy SHabbat
today v shabbat shalom!
Rachel, intense and important. Thank you.
Thank you. Shabbat Shalom.
Bob Gerwin and Ruth Assal
thanks so much again Rachel. Shabbat Shalom
certainly sadly he is a realist
I think the Israeli view is the most pertinent here.
old men declare wars fought by the young!
from Phil Ochs -- I Ain't Marching Anymore:
Always the old to lead us to the war, Always the young to die, Look at all we've won with the saber and the gun, Tell me is it worth it all/
Rachel what a moving class.Thank you Cheryl
thanks JON forgot source lets hope not before N
i was in Israel post ’67, totally different feeling than in US with anti-war feelings than
Rachel, a fascinating and informative class and the same goes for the discussion. Thank you very much!Sue
Just send the money
Stop- she has said no US politics
We have a long Jewish tradition of preserving the minority opinion and valuing it. Thank you for Rachel for preserving the some of the oh so many voices of Israel for us.
Stanley: Yes, in '69, spending a summer in Israel was like being in another universe, compared to the weekly Vietnam War protest demonstrations in the streets of major US cities in the US the Vietnam War. A more famous anti-war song that comes to mind: Where Have All the Flowers Gone?
i mentioned that earlier today
Thank you SO much, Rachel!