gaza - The Response of the Gush Emunim Rabbinical...

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The Response of the Gush Emunim Rabbinical Authorities to Israel’s Disengagement Plan Motti Inbari
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The Disengagement 2005
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Rabbi Zvi Yehuda Kook 1891-1982
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The holiness of Eretz Yisrael The holiness of the State of Israel
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Rabbi Zvi Yehudah Hacohen Kook: “We must remember for once and all: that which is sacred is sacred! […] The State of Israel and the arrangement of government in Israel is sacred. And everything that belongs to observing this commandment, all the tanks and other weapons […] – all belong to this sanctity.”
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religious dilemmas How can a state that uproots settlements and hands over parts of the Biblical Land of Israel to Arab rule be considered “absolutely sacred?” What sublime religious meaning can be attributed to the actions of a secular state unaware of its purpose of serving as “the foundation for God’s throne in the world,” which threatens to destroy by its own hands the chance of realizing the messianic hope?
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