Meir Kahane speaks at Cornell
Kahane tells stories of Jews being killed in Israel, stories which he claims are never heard in the popular press. He speaks of a contradiction between zionism and Western democracy noting that the development of a Jewish state necessitates a locale with a majority of Jews. This, he says, is contrary to democracy which relies on numerical superiority to define the majority.
Recorded in Ithaca, NY by Cornell University., Sponsored by: Jewish Awareness Network,Cornell Political Forum., Speaker(s): Member of the Israeli Knesset., Lecture, November 9, 1987.111 minutes
Zionism; Jews--Territorialism; Israel--Foreign relations