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Baruch Goldstein: Legacy of a massacre

Baruch Goldstein: Legacy of a massacre

Update: 2020-11-24
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On the festival of Purim in 1994, Israeli-American doctor Baruch Goldstein opened fire in the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron, killing 29 Muslim worshippers. Condemnation was swift and decisive, but among the voices of dismay and repulsion were those who supported Goldstein’s actions and honored him after his death. Noam Weissman explores the background of the massacre, the events that followed and asks important questions about Jewish terrorism.

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Baruch Goldstein: Legacy of a massacre

Baruch Goldstein: Legacy of a massacre