10 February 2010

Sue the Bastard! Deputy Foreign Minister of Israel Considers Suing Man Who Yelled 'Slaughter the Jews!' at Oxford Lecture


This article was originally published as a Newsflash at Blogcritics Magazine on 10 February 2010.
Copyright © R. Kossover, 2010

On Sunday night (7 Feb. 2010), at Oxford University, Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon delivered a lecture to an angry crowd of students, faculty and others. The harassment he received there from many in the audience was pretty standard for what Jews and Israelis get at universities when discussing Israel. The following article from the Jerusalem Post contains video of some of this abuse and harassment. According to the Post, one of the Musimss shouted as he left the lecture hall, "itbáH al yahúd!" - "slaughter the Jews!". From the article:

Ayalon had considered pressing charges before police began their investigation. “This demonstrates our new policy on hatred and racism and we will have zero tolerance for anti-Semitism, something that should have happened a long time ago,” said the Deputy Foreign Minister.

In the UK, there are laws which ban incitement and hate speech as well as laws that allow individuals to sue in civil court over such speech when used in public. If the Deputy Foreign Minister goes ahead with the suit - it will demonstrate, if nothing else, that the steady drumbeat of Jew-hatred from the Wahhabi will not be tolerated by Jews visiting the UK.

According to this article from Arutz Sheva, the man shouting "itbáH al yahúd" was not the only harassment that Deputy Minister Ayalon received at Oxford. One student shouted "we will do to you what we did to Milosevic," the former Serbian prime minister who died during war trials at the Hague. Several students tried to physically assault Ayalon but were prevented from doing so by security.

Considering that Geert Wilders is on trial for defaming Muslims, penalizing the Muslim who shouted "slaughter the Jew!" for hate speech at Oxford is only fair.

It's about time Jew-haters had to pay in the court for their hatred. Sue the bastard!

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05 February 2010

Clues to HizbAllah's Plans for Invasion and Fomenting Revolt in Israel


Copyright © R. Kossover, 2010

This article was originally posted on 1 February at Jewish Indy.

Introduction to the Jewish Indy article: (added)

As pointed out below, we need to look for the red herrings in the American milintel. But we also need to look further than that to seek out the positive aspects of what can look like a very negative situation. Let's look back on the rocket assault the north of the country was subjected to in the summer of 2006.

The entire government in the north ran away. It just collapsed. This can be viewed as negative - or as positive. If the whole country is subjected to missile attack by HizbAllah, in addition to an invasion, there is the strong possibility that the problem part of the Israeli régime - that pack of traitors known as the "political echelon" - will collapse under their inability to cope with what they do not really believe can happen - a successful invasion of the north. The success of the IDF in keeping pitched battles off of Israeli soil in the last six decades has had a price - the assumption by Israelis that they will not have to fight in Israel.

This assumption underlies much of the "peace" movement. These fools really believe that what they call "Israel" will not be subject to invasion (the delusion that it would not be subject to attack was largely dispelled in 2006). Therefore they are still willing to give up territory for peace. The collapse of this traitorous pack of fools will allow us to start over again - getting rid of the "peaceniks" who like to eat falafel and talk Hebrew but barely have a clue (other than whining about the Holocaust) of what it means to be a Jew who is not in exile.

Article in Jewish Indy

Such interesting news for a Monday!

This Debkafile report details what US intelligence claims to be HizbAllah's war aims in a next conflict with us. Now that it is published, we have to look for what red herrings are set there to mislead us. Ah, the fun and games with milintel is just beginning.

Briefly summarized:

Five 1,000 strong battalions to participate in an invasion of the Galilee and the fomenting of an Arab revolt there and in northern Samaria.

First Battalion - attacks and seizes Rosh haNikra, aiming for control of Naharia.
Second Battalion - attacks Shlomi (just SE of Rosh haNikra) and areas to its east, to get control of roads.
Third Battalion - drives south to reach Arab villages just north of Carmiel, with the aim of getting control of highway 85, and fomenting Arab revolt there and in northern Samaria.
Fourth Battalion - attacks Kadesh Valley in the north, attempting to gain commanding position of the territory immediately west of the Heights of Golan.
Fifth Battalion - co-ordinates (from Lebanon) missile assault on military and industrial targets - according to this report, civilian casualties are not high on the list of accomplishments. Hmmm.... Could that be the first red herring to start stinking?

Syria would be called in to participate to back up this invasion with missile bombardments and responses to Israeli counter-attacks.

According to this report, this military maneuver could be in answer to an expected strike on Iranian nuclear facilities - or any other excuse can be used.

Moving on from this brief summary (read the article and consult the attached map of northern Israel and southern Lebanon to gain insight), what can be gained from all this that is positive? Consider. Under a relatively light rocket bombardment three years ago, the entire governmental structure of northern Israel collapsed like sticks. Pretty much the same people are running the local government now. I leave it to you all to figure out what is likely to happen - and what opportunities might arise that might be positive in this situation.

Figure summer for an attack date. Just my gut talking...

EXCLUSIVE: US intelligence finds 5,000 Hizballah trained to seize Galilee towns

DEBKAfile Special Expose
February 1, 2010

Click here for map

Jones was not talking out of the top of his head, but on the strength of solid US intelligence gathered over months on detailed war plans Iran, Syria, Hizballah and Hamas have drawn up to send five Hizballah brigades sweeping across the border to seize five sectors of Galilee, while also organizing a massive Israeli-Arab uprising against the Jewish state.

Hamas would open a second front in the south and in the east. Syria is expected to step in at some stage.

This plan with attached special map was first published exclusively by DEBKA-Net-Weekly 430 on Jan. 22, 2010. Key excerpts appear here.
Iran's Revolutionary Guards instructors at especially established training facilities near Tehran are already well advanced in training a cadre of 5,000 Hizballah fighters in special operations and urban combat tactics to standards equivalent to those current in similar US and Israeli military forces.

At the outset of the course, the group was split up into five battalions, each given a specific northern Israeli sector for capture with details of its topography and population for close study.
(See attached map).

1st Battalion:

This unit will break through the Naqura-Rosh Haniqra border pass and sweep south along seven kilometers to seize Nahariya, the Israeli Mediterranean city of 55,000 - or parts thereof.
UN peacekeepers have their headquarters at Naqura, the other side of Rosh Haniqra, and Israel defenses there are lax, so no military or geographic obstacles to this Hizballah drive are anticipated. This battalion will capture a large number of Israeli hostages for use as live shields against an Israeli counter-attack
A small group of 150 fighters, trained by Revolutionary Guards marines, will also try and reach the coast by swift boats. They are already standing by in Lebanon.

2nd Battalion:

This unit is assigned to capture the northern Israeli town of Shlomi, 300 meters southeast of the Naqura border pass and home to 6,500 inhabitants. Holding this town and its environs will give Hizballah control of a key road hub and stand in the path of Israeli reinforcements heading for Nahariya through routes 89 and 899 from key Israeli bases in the Galilee and Upper Galilee regions to the east. (See map).

3rd Battalion:

Driving further south than any other Hizballah unit, this battalion must reach the three Israeli-Arab villages of B'ina, Deir al-Asad and Majd el-Krum, which are located north of the town of Carmiel and alongside Israel's Route 85 which connects Acre on the Mediterranean with Safad in the central Galilee mountains.

Iranian war planners want Hizballah to control the three Israeli-Arab locations for two advantages:

One: As a commanding position for stirring up the disaffected Israeli-Arab villages and towns of Lower Galilee and Wadi Ara to the south into a full-blown uprising. The incoming combat force will be backed up by clandestine Hizballah cells which for some years have established, armed and funded the underground "Galilee Liberation Battalions” in Sakhnin, Araba and Deir Hana, by means of drug smugglers.

Hizballah's West Bank cells have been active for some time in the Wadi Ara region, through which National Route 65 connects central Israel to the North.
Two: To gain fire control of Acre-Safed Route 85 from positions in occupied Arab villages and so have a shield ready for the Hizballah units holding Nahariya and Shlomi, and seriously impede the passage of Israeli forces from bases in the center of the country to relieve these northern towns. The Israeli Air Force will be constrained from attacking the areas held by Hizballah by the presence of large civilian populations.

4th Battalion:

This battalion will push southeast into the Kadesh Valley, on the rim of which the Makia and Yiftah kibbutzim and Makia moshav are clustered. Capture of these locations would afford Hizballah fire coverage of Israel's northernmost Galilee Panhandle.

5th Battalion: Hizballah's Strategic Reserve.

Rocket attacks from Lebanon will focus on disabling Israel's strategic military sites, such as air force bases, missile bases, its nuclear facilities and naval bases. Targeting Israeli population centers is a lower Iranian priority.
Syria's initial involvement will be limited to cover by artillery or air for Hizballah operations. But if the fighting escalates or drags on, Hizballah will invite Syrian back-up forces to go into Lebanon; Damascus will open Front No. 4 against Israel from the Syrian side of the Golan Heights.

The Tehran-Hizballah war strategy is all but ready for any contingency. The obvious trigger would be an Israeli military operation against Iran's nuclear facilities, but once all the elements are in place, they could be activated by any other pretext conjured up in Tehran or Damascus.

In recent weeks, both Hizballah and its Syrian allies have mobilized their forces while telling the Arab world that the Jewish state is about to attack Lebanon.

Hizballah leader Hassan Nasrallah is straining at the leash to attack Israel however the crisis over Iran's nuclear program turns out.
Sunday, January 17, he said: "I promise you, in view of all the threats you hear today… that should a new war with the Zionists erupt, we [the Lebanese resistance movement] will crush the enemy, come out victorious, and change the face of the region.

"God willing, Israel, the occupation, hegemony, and arrogance are in the process of disappearing!"

Nasrallah was not alone in anticipating a troubled year for the Middle East.

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04 February 2010

First Ever Holocaust Films Retrospective in South Asia


This article was written by Dr. Navras Jaat Aafreedi, a Pathán researcher into the history of the People of Israel. As a Pathán, he is a descendant of the tribe of Efraim (Afridi in Pashto), which used to live in the Samarian mountains that surround me. He is not a Jew, but as my friend and colleague Lowell (Aryeh) Gallin points out, he is one of 40 million Patháns who claim descent from the tribes of Israel who were exiled by SanHerív when Assyrian armies conquered the separatist Kingdom of Israel 2,800 years or so ago. Therefore, Dr. Aafreedi is a fellow Israelite - my brother Israelite. And it is privilege to count him as a friend as well.

I post this here to give it a URL, so that his words, and the words of my friend and colleague Lowell Gallin, can have voice and spread world-wide.

R. Kossover, Editor
Root & Branch Information Services
4 February 2010

YERUSHALAYIM, Israelite Tribal Territories of Judah and Benjamin, Kingdom of David and Solomon, United Israelite Kingdom of Judah and Joseph, Twentieth Day, Eleventh Hebrew Month of "Shvat", 5770; Yom Chamishi (Fifth Day of Week/"Thurs"-day, February 4, 2010), Root & Branch Information Services mailto:rb@rb.org.il www.rb.org.il :

First Ever Holocaust Films Retrospective in South Asia

Copyright © 2010 by Dr. Navras Jaat Aafreedi

Navras Jaat Aafreedi, Ph.D.
Indian Co-Chair, R&B Indian Pathan-Israel Fellowship
Open Space Fellow, Centre for Communication and Development Studies

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Dear R&B Readers,

It is with immense pride that we present to you this inspiring report by Dr. Navras Jaat Aafreedi on the Holocaust Films Retrospective that Navras organised in India, in Southeast Asia's Muslim heartland, from September-October, 2009.

Navras Jaat Aafreedi, an Israelite prince of the Afridi Pathan tribe, came to study in Eretz Yisrael from the Fall of 2006 through the Spring of 2007. Navras is Indian Co-Founder and Co-Chair of the Root and Branch Association's Indian Pathan-Israel Fellowship (R&B has a Pakistani Pathan-Israel Fellowship, too). As you (should) know, Pathans (forty million of them) believe that they are descendants of the Lost Tribes of Israel. Navras the Pathan of course believes this. So do I.

Read Navras' report below and marvel at what ONE PERSON, a volunteer operating on a shoestring budget (if that!), with a good head and a good heart, can accomplish. Austrians say, "The situation is hopeless, but not serious". Prussians say, "The situation is serious, but not hopeless". Count me in with the Austrians when it comes to that "peaceful, easy feeling" state of mind http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44_rtJxPg0s. Count me in with the Prussians when it comes to Blitzkrieg ("Lightening War") Time.

Navras took ACTION, amazing ACTION. Remember that when paper pushing, brain and heart dead apparatchiki of the Israeli "government" and E.J.O's (Establishment Jewish Organizations) tell you "We can't do this" or "We can't do that" or "We need to convene a committee" or "We need a big budget", or "We need to conduct a study" or, or, or...Just press the "delete" button!

Navras brought Israel's battle to the Muslim heart of Southeast Asia. He did not ask himself, "Am I afraid?", or "Will there be a pogrom?", or "What will the goyim say?" or, or, or...It is a DIFFERENT kind of thought/perception world, that of the free Men (and Women) of the Mountains, the Fighting Israelite Pathans.

Today, Lucknow. Tomorrow, UP to the hills and valleys of northern Pakistan, where Saudi Arabian, Kuwaiti and Gulf State petro-dollar profit financed Wahhabi mind murderers destroy the lives of orphan Pathan boys by attempting to turn them into suicide/murderers in Wahhabi madrassot ('schools'). Not much longer. Soon, oh so soon, the Pathans will REALLY wake up to their Israelite heritage, and SEE what the Wahhabi (primarily) Arab "imams" and "sheikhs" have done to Our People. And when the Pathans REALLY wake up, they will wipe out the Wahhabis among them, leaving none surviving. They will kill them.

So, my advice to all Wahhabi murder masters at your madrassot in northern Pakistan, and Afghanistan. Get out. Flee, while you still have time. Because your time is coming to an end.

Shalom from Yerushalayim,

Mr. Lowell Gallin

Founder and President
The Root and Branch Association, Ltd.

Cracking the Qur'an Code:
God's Land, Torah and People Covenants with Israel in the Qur'an and Islamic Tradition
Volume One, E-Book First Edition
(Jerusalem: Root and Branch Association, Ltd., 2009, 399 pages, $12.00)


First Ever Holocaust Films Retrospective in South Asia

Conscious as I was of how ignorant my fellow Indians were of the Holocaust and how a section of Muslims among them denied its scale and magnitude, I had for a long time desired to do something to create awareness on the subject. Also, the fact that although Western History was taught at my alma mater, the University of Lucknow, but that the students were never told about the Holocaust, saddened me.

The Open Space Fellowship from the Centre for Communication and Development Studies, Pune, emerged as the means to that end and enabled me to organise, with worldwide help and support, largely in the form of film contributions, THE FIRST EVER HOLOCAUST FILMS RETROSPECTIVE IN SOUTH ASIA. During the Retrospective, forty-six film screenings took place in fourteen days in three phases at five venues - two universities, two offices of non-profit organisations and the world's largest school - over a period of two months, September and October 2009.

The films screened during the retrospective (absolutely free of charge) were seen by four thousand people. It was an event driven completely by philanthropy. All the films at the Retrospective had either been lent free of charge or donated. Almost all the films screened at the Retrospective had never been seen in South Asia before. The films Retrospective was accompanied by an exhibition of twenty posters, donated by Yad Vashem, Jerusalem.

During the event, a trilingual brochure containing synopses of the films in English, Hindi (India's national language), and Urdu - the lingua franca of almost all South Asian Muslims, and a poem written exclusively for the event by the great Urdu poet, Anwar Nadeem, was distributed among the audiences, which consisted of noted intellectuals as well as academics and students.

All film screenings were followed by discussions which were attended by celebrities such as acclaimed filmmaker, M. S. Sathyu; theatre personalities, Dr. Surya Mohan Kulshreshtha, Jugal Kishor, Salim Arif and Professor Thontadarya; Urdu literary figures, Professor Malikzada Manzoor Ahmad, Dr. Ayesha Siddiqui and Anwar Nadeem; educators and social activists, Professor Roop Rekha Verma and Dr. Jagdish Gandhi; religious leaders of almost all communities in India and a number of academics and university students. It was also perhaps the first event dedicated to the Holocaust to have been attended by Muslims in such large numbers.

While the event was in progress, the two largest circulation Urdu newspapers of Lucknow, Rashtriya Sahara [2] and Aag [3], carried a story each denying the Holocaust and calling it "The Biggest Hoax of the Twentieth Century", which confirms the event's importance. It is highly significant that the Retrospective took place in Lucknow, which is not only a major Muslim cultural centre, but the centre of the Muslim heartland of South Asia, home to the world's largest Muslim population.

Muslim demonstrations against Israel are common in Lucknow. During the American invasion of Iraq, flags of Israel and the U.S. were drawn on the floor at the entrance to Lucknow's most famous landmark, the Shi’a Muslim monument called Bara Imambara, so that whosoever visited the monument trampled the flags. Americans and Israelis were barred from entering the monument.

Even India's response to the Holocaust was largely determined by Muslim attitudes towards Jews, as illustrated by the following paragraph:

"the opposition to the Jews came from the Muslim leaders in India who were pro-Arab. For them the bonds of religion were stronger than the sufferings of Jews under Hitler. Keeping in view the sentiments of the Muslims towards this question, the government imposed many restrictions on the settlement of Jews in India. How far the policy of the Indian National Congress to appease the Muslims was also responsible for this stand of the government needs further study. But there is no doubt that I.N.C.'s pro-Palestinian policy encouraged the British to insist that each Jewish refugee have a guaranteed job before allowed entry into India". [4]

The Holocaust Films Retrospective was inaugurated by the Mayor of Lucknow, Dr. Dinesh Sharma. During the first phase films were screened at the Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University from September 14th to the 18th. The second phase took place at the University of Lucknow from October 12th to the 15th, with a one day gap on the 14th. During the third phase films were screened at the Open Space – Lucknow office from October 22nd to the 26th, while the concluding day's screenings took place at the office of the non-profit organisation, Saajhi Duniya, on October 27th. On October 2nd, Gandhi's birth anniversary, observed as the International Day of Non-Violence as per a U.N. resolution, a Holocaust film was screened before an audience of three thousand and five hundred, at the World Convention Centre of the City Montessori School, which holds the Guinness record for the largest number of students and is also a recipient of the U.N.E.S.C.O. Prize for Peace Education 2002.

I am glad that I did not succumb to pressure from various quarters to include films on other genocides, conscious as I was that doing so would be comparing the Jewish Holocaust in Europe to similar acts of genocide in the twentieth century, which could result in the obfuscation and dwarfing of the Jewish trauma.

Jewish/Israelite History had always fascinated me, but I fell in love with Israel and the Jewish culture during the one academic year (2006-2007) I spent in Israel, supported by a scholarship from the Israeli Government. Now I look for opportunities to introduce my fellow countrymen to Israel and Jewish culture through various media.

Also, coming from a Muslim background and being a Secular Humanist gives me the privileged position of being at once an insider and an outsider in the Muslim community. It makes me well aware of the Muslim anti-Semitism and Holocaust Denial among them. These efforts of mine are also aimed at improving South Asian Muslim attitudes towards Jews and Israel.

The work is significant in many respects. The field of Jewish-Muslim relations activism has largely been focused on Arab-Israeli relations, concerned with the Arab enemy right there at the doorstep of Israel. Yet eighty per cent of the Muslim population is non-Arab, largely resident in South Asia; and they have emerged as the epicentre of Muslim anti-Semitism and violence. They have declared war against the Judeo-Christian West and certain aspects of the composite Indic civilization. The Wahhabi Taliban and Wahhabi Al Qaida have their bases in South Asia. The strongest influence the extremist and fanatic Wahhabis have anywhere outside of Saudi Arabia is in South Asia, among the Muslims there.

I am of the view that ignorance gives birth to stereotypes, which ultimately leads to feelings of hatred and hostility, so evident in South Asian Muslim attitudes towards Jews. Most South Asian Muslims know Jews only through secondary sources, for example:

the Qur'an, whose references to Jews are generally misinterpreted in a negative way;

the Muslim Press, which may be considered guilty of yellow journalism by being selective in presenting the truth and refusing to present it in its entirety.

The biggest manifestations of Muslim anti-Semitism in the twenty-first century have all emerged in South Asia:

the 9/11 attack perpetrated by members of Al Qaida, which has its base in South Asia, in Afghanistan and the tribal region of Pakistan;

the assassination of Daniel Pearl;

the 26/11 attack on the Chabad in Mumbai.

I have touched upon each of the above mentioned unfortunate events by organising programmes focused on them, for example:

Preview Screening of the documentary New Muslim Cool at the University of Lucknow, a day before its world premiere on the American channel PBS;

An Evening dedicated to Jewish-Muslim Relations among Muslim youth at the Academy of Mass Communication, Lucknow, where the celluloid adaptation of Daniel Pearl's widow Mariane's memoir, A Mighty Heart, was screened and a bilingual (Urdu and English) booklet on inter-faith relations, published by the Centre for Interfaith Studies, Pakistan, was distributed (the event's photos, press coverage, report and a link to the OPEN SPACE - LUCKNOW blog is now there at the Daniel Pearl Foundation website;

Prof. Deepika Marya's (University of Southern Maine, U.S.A.) lecture on 26/11 Mumbai and the Radical Project of Secularism in memory of Rabbi & Mrs. Holtzberg of Mumbai Chabad, at the Giri Institute of Development Studies, Lucknow.

Besides this, I’ve gotten eminent Muslim scholars, such as the Anthropologist Prof. N. Hasnain, Urdu Poet Prof. Malikzada M. Ahmad and the Secretary General of the Italian Muslim Assembly, Sheikh Professor Abdul Hadi Palazzi, who is the world's most prominent Zionist Muslim cleric, to speak against Muslim anti-semitism, and Jewish speakers from the US, such as Human Rights Activist Dr. Richard L. Benkin and the filmmaker and writer Sadia Shepard, and from Israel, Sharon Rappaport, Political Secretary, Israeli Embassy in New Delhi, to give messages of Jewish-Muslim reconciliation.

Now I intend to invite the famous duo, Professor Judea Pearl and Professor Akbar S. Ahmad, for a Jewish-Muslim Dialogue in Lucknow, the first ever outside of the Judeo-Christian West.

I have also tried to introduce Indian youth, particularly Muslim Indian youth, to:

Jewish literature from India, Israel, the US, and Europe, by organising the readings of the works of Padmashri Nissim Ezekiel, Esther David, Meera Mahadevan (nee Miriam Jacob Mendrekar), Robin David, Yehuda Amichai, Sadia Shepard (Jewish, according to Halacha), Etgar Keret, and Tadeusz Borowski;

Jewish Music by organising "An Evening of Jewish Music" dedicaticated to World Peace in memory of Daniel Pearl on his birthday, as part of the Daniel Pearl World Music Days peace movement;
Jewish cinema by organising a retrospective of the Israeli filmmaker Professor Yael Katzir's award-winning documentaries.

One can read about my efforts for the betterment of Jewish-Muslim relations on the following sites:

http://aafreedi.googlepages.com/dr.navrasjaataafreedi%27seffortsforthebett2 ;
http://openspacelucknow.blogspot.com/search/label/Jewish-Muslim%20Relations .

It is my hope, going forward from this point, that others will be inspired to further elucidate the ties and commonalities between Muslims and Jews, and thereby increase understanding between these ancient peoples and faiths.

Shalom from Lucknow,

Navras Jaat Aafreedi, Ph.D.
Indian Co-Chair, R&B Indian Pathan-Israel Fellowship
Open Space Fellow, Centre for Communication and Development Studies
About me: http://aafreedi.googlepages.com/home
About my research: http://navrasaafreedi.blogspot.com

Press Coverage:
English Press: http://openspacelucknow.blogspot.com/search/label/Open%20Space%20in%20Lucknow%27s%20English%20Press
Hindi Press: http://openspacelucknow.blogspot.com/search/label/Open%20Space%20in%20Lucknow%27s%20Hindi%20Press
Urdu Press: http://openspacelucknow.blogspot.com/search/label/Open%20Space%20in%20Lucknow%27s%20Urdu%20Press


[1] http://aafreedi.googlepages.com

[2] Qutubullah, "Holocaust: Beesveen Sadee ka Sabse Badadaa Jhoota Afsana", Rashtriya Sahara, Lucknow, September, 16, 2009

[3] "Sadee ka Sabse Badaa Jhoot? Holocaust", Aag, Lucknow, October 18, 2009

[4] Tilak Raj Sareen, "Indian Responses to the Holocaust", in Anil Bhatti and Johannes H. Voigt, eds., Jewish Exile in India: 1933-1945, Manohar in association with Max Mueller Bhavan, New Delhi, 2005, page 59

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