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Gandhi and His Jewish Friends - Chatterjee, Margaret
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Most of Gandhi's close associates in South Africa were Jewish. They were brought together through a common interest in theosophy and became deeply involved in Gandhi's campaigns, looking after his affairs when he was away in London or India. There was much in common between Gandhi's ashrams and the early Kibbutzim, something which Hermann Kallenbach, his closest friend, was struck by when he first went to Palestine. But Gandhi disagreed with Martin Buber and Judah Magnes on the issue of non-violence and failed to understand ...

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Gandhi and His Jewish Friends 1992, Palgrave MacMillan, London

ISBN-13: 9781349127429

1992 edition

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