Israeli Literature - Shared screen with speaker view
got it. I’ll add you to my list
Happy to join from Boulder, CO
Hi Ruthie! Glad you’re here again!
I was there. no apology necessary. it will be new and additional insights
anyone else having trouble with the sound?
not at all
start with checking your computer's volume settings ...
I think only a very young man could be so cruel
If you're interested, there's a brilliant book on Kishinev by Steven Zipperstein called Pogrom: Kishinev and the Tilt of History. So many things derive from this massacre.
It is a great book that I use at the University of Maryland to teach Jewish history
Son of man is used 93-100 times in the Book of Ezekiel to show the mortality and helplessness of the prophet Perhaps Bialik thought he was God like and needed to tell the people they had to take action.
also in German
“sister” in british English too
Also in British English.
also in Yiddish
Sister is a highly qualified nurse in the UK health system
put the link here
sound is terrible
David Broza sings a beautiful version of this poem.
that sounded like Yoram Gaon
Do not give them guns became the right wing slogan post-Oslo. "Them" meant the Arabs.
what year is this poem?
1938 she said earlier
Tel Amal is Kibbutz Nir David - the Sachne
Melton folks... remember we learned about those settlements at Israel Kallah
Juara - The first 'section commanders' course' was held in Juara (in Ramat Menashe, near kibbutz Dalia.
Kibbutz Urim, one of the “eleven points’ of the negev where my parents had lived
My son did his Habonim Workshop ulpan on Kibbutz Hanita which is on the Lebanon border, established as a buffer.
All 3 of my sons lived on Urim on and off, I have been there many times.
thank you for all explanations.
were those the Shomrim?
I studied with Nehama Leibowitz in 1976 at Hebrew U. amazing.
Rav Lichtenstien asked the same question after the murder of Rabin.
Was this published in the newspaper?
I love that our first poem started with asur (it's forbidden) and our last one ended with mutar (it's permitted).
Brilliant, Rachel! stretched our minds
THANK YOU VERY MUCH, Rachel, Aviva Lev-Ari
Thank you for this class. Life and people are compex.
As always, thank you for your inspiring and insightful teaching! Until tomorrow.
Linda Henry Goodman
It has been hard to leave these sessions this week without being in tears..... Thank you Rachel, and everyone.
When is the next class?
Thank you yet again. Wonderful class. Watched today your Yad Vashem lecture today . Beautiful
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