Tag Archives: Menahem Kahana

just one in every crowd?

It’s tough to kick the habit. The old reflexes; centuries of old European anti-Jewish prejudice: ┬ástereotypes of Jewish control of government, international conspiracy, the media, international trade and the entire money and banking apparatus. The old attacks now mingling with … Continue reading

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bohemians at the temple gate

It’s the dialectic of demonization. The de-demonization of the liberal, secular jew trying to weld the somewhat tenuous bond of the Judeo-Christian relationship and common heritage, cough, cough, after all didn’t our benevolent Pope comment that Mel Gibson’s The Passion … Continue reading

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land day: blasting into now time

Looking at the Middle-East and the world in general, it does not seem that retaining religious character puts people off in a secular age. Rather it seems to have found its own vernacular within the everyday, the “ready-mades” of life … Continue reading

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