Religious Zionism, Jewish law, and the morality of war: how five rabbis confronted one of modern Judaism's greatest challenges

New York: Oxford University Press (2017)
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This study is a pioneering exploration of how rabbis in the religious Zionist community in Israel constructed a body of Jewish law on war. It focuses on five leading rabbis in this camp and how they dealt with a number of key moral issues that the waging of modern war raised.

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