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The Sword of Zionism

The Jews had lost not only their homeland, but the strength and courage to live as men created in the image of God

It began on Easter Sunday, April 19, 1903. Fifty thousand (50,000) Jews had fallen prey to the Kishinev pogrom. Hayim Nahman Bialik, recognized as one of the greatest Hebrew writers in a generation, was sent to interview survivors, but what he saw shook him to his very core. “A two-year boy’s tongue was cut out while he was still alive. Another youth blinded in one eye begged for his life with the offer of sixty rubles. The leader of the mob took his money and gouged out his other eye, saying, ‘You will never look again on a Christian child.’”…