The Irgun Zeva'i Leumi, Lehi and Hagana resis-tance organizations claimed from their very beginning that their resistance to the British authorities was sanctioned by Jewish tradition. This study examines the plausibility of their claim to represent tradition and the response it evoked from the religious community.
Danacode:   110-10093 ISBN:  965-226-058-4 Language:   Hebrew Pages:   186 Weight:   300 gr Dimensions:  15X22 cm Publication Date:   01/1985 Publisher:   Bar-Ilan University Press
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