Rabbi meir kahane rabbi meir kahane of the jewish defence league speaks


Kahane proposed enforcing Jewish law, as codified by Maimonides, [6] under which non-Jews wishing to dwell in Israel would have three options: remain as "resident strangers" with all rights but national ones, [7] leave Israel and receive compensation for their property, or for those who refused either option, be forcibly removed without compensation. [8] While serving in Israel's Knesset in the mid-1980s, Kahane proposed numerous laws, none of which passed, to emphasize Judaism in public schools, to do away with Israel's bureaucracy, to forbid sexual relations between non-Jews and Jews and to end cultural meetings between Jewish and Arab students. [9]

In 1971, Rabbi Kahane moved to Israel, where he founded the Kach (“Thus”) party, which advocated the transfer of Arabs from Israel and the annexation of Judea, Samaria, and Gaza. Elected to the Knesset on the Kach ticket in 1984, Rabbi Kahane drew condemnation from not only the Israeli left, but also the ruling Likud party.


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