Kahanism
Kahanism is a Jewish ideology based on the views of Rabbi Meir Kahane, founder of the Jewish Defense League and the Kach party in Israel, who said that the State of Israel must defend itself against ...
Cave of the Patriarchs massacre
The Cave of the Patriarchs massacre or Ibrahimi Mosque massacre, also known as the Hebron massacre, was a shooting attack carried out by American-born Israeli Baruch Goldstein, a member of the far-rig...
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Hilltop 26
Hilltop, outpost or lot 26, was an illegal outpost founded by Netanel Ozeri near the city of Hebron in the Judean Hills of the West Bank. It lay approximately 100 metres (330 ft) from the Kiryat ...
Shelley Rubin
Shelley Rubin is an American social activist and the wife of late JDL International Chairman Irv Rubin, and is currently the chairman and CEO of the USA-based, Kahanist, Jewish Defense League, a group...
Noam Federman
Noam Federman (born October 25, 1969 in Jerusalem) is a religious right-wing Israeli Jew in Hebron and a former leader of the Kach Party which he has been involved with since he was 14. He has been he...
Od Kahane Chai
'Od Kahane Chai' (Hebrew: עוד כהנא חי‎)is a transliterated phrase used by Kahanists. It means "Kahane Still Lives", meaning that the teachings of Rabbi Meir Kahane are still relevant. It is ...
Earl Krugel
Earl Leslie Krugel (November 24, 1942 – November 4, 2005) was the West Coast coordinator of the Jewish Defense League. In 2005, he was sentenced to prison on charges of terrorism after he confes...
Mike Guzovsky
Mike Guzovsky, also known as Mike Guzofsky and Yekutiel Ben-Ya'acov, is an American-Israeli follower of the late Meir Kahane. According to the British Government, Guzovsky is a Jewish militant. He is ...
Avraham Toledano
Avraham Toledano is an Israeli politician. He was the Mashgiach ruchani of the Yeshivat Haraayon Hayehudi and was number four on the Kach Knesset list in 1988. He was briefly the leader of Kach after...
Dov Shurin
Dov Shurin (Hebrew: דב שורין‎) is a Jewish Israeli singer-songwriter.
Born in 1949, Shurin moved from Brooklyn, New York to Israel in 1984. He is an Orthodox Jew and a grandson of Rabbi Yaak...