Much Ado About Something: The Tikkun Conference in Israel

September 1991
Tikkun;Sep/Oct91, Vol. 6 Issue 5, p51
Highlights the Tikkun Israel Conference held at the Hebrew Union College in Jerusalem in June 1991. Exploration of various issues about Judaism; Commitment to the well-being of the Israeli peace forces; Ways in which the peace movement was deeply dispirited by the Gulf War; Examination of the proposal that the only way to change Israeli policy was via external pressure.


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