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Jewish Political Intrigue

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If there is a word that characterizes Britain's relationship with the Jewish people, it is "contradictory." Disraeli, a born Jew who lived as an Anglican, was able to rise to a high position but was nonetheless scorned by his colleagues in the House of Commons. The British Mandate over Palestine seemed to favor the Jews and the Arabs by turns. And though Britain ultimately fought the Nazis, its initial policy toward Hitler was one of appeasement. Rabbi Wein examines each of these periods of history in depth and describes the paradoxical position of Anglo-Jewry.

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