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Lot #    7614
Auction End Date    7/13/2004 1:48:00 PM (mm/dd/yyyy)
          
Title Information
Title (English)    Poster calling to a protest meeting
Title (Hebrew)    àçéðå áãòä
Author    [Polemic - 1967 War] Neturei Karta
City    Jerusalem
Publication Date    1968
          
Collection Information
Independent Item    This listing is an independent item not part of any collection
          
Description Information
Physical
Description
   Broadside, 704:499 mm., creased on folds, light age staining.
          
Detailed
Description
   Call to the brethren "like-minded" to join in a protest and explanation of the 1967 war miracles. The world, correctly believed that the Israeli win in 1967 was miraculous. Outnumbered and outgunned, Israel faced battle on all borders and emerged victorious - this was anathema to the Neturei Karta, thus a gathering to "explain" the miracles.

Neturei Karta (Ha-Edah ha-Haredit), group of ultrareligious extremists, mainly in Jerusalem, who regard the establishment of a secular Jewish state in Erez Israel as a sin and a denial of G-d, and therefore do not recognize the State of Israel. Their name, which is Aramaic for “guardians of the City,” derives from a passage in the Jerusalem Talmud (Hag. 76:3) stating that religious scholars are the guardians and defenders of the city. Neturei Karta broke away from Agudat Israel in 1935, when the latter attempted to restrain extremist demands for an independent ultra-Orthodox Jerusalem community completely separate from the rest of the Zionist community. The group first adopted the name Hevrat ha-Hayyim, after R. Joseph Hayyim Sonnenfeld. It aimed at creating “a circle free from the influence of the contemporary spirit and its fallacious opinions,” and a condition of membership was “the education of sons and daughters in the traditional Jewish manner, without any change (girls’ schools which teach Hebrew do not provide education in the traditional Jewish manner).” The last phrase alluded to Agudat Israel's Bet Ya’akov girls’ schools, where the language of instruction is Hebrew.

          
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Period
20th Century:    Checked
  
Location
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Language:    Hebrew
  
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