Ralph Dobrin

rafi1.jpgI was born in 1937 in Johannesburg, South Africa, where I learned first-hand the evils of racial discrimination – being on the side of the white discriminators. My parents had fled Nazi Germany the year before I was born because they were Jews. I came to Israel in 1957 and my main concern, apart from the wellbeing of my family, is this country’s survival in the face of the ongoing quest of a large part of humanity to obliterate us – using falsehood, half-truths and the self-indulgent obtuseness of the so-called enlightened peoples of the free world. But Israel’s survival is dependent mainly on the character and spirit of its people. Integrity, common decency and a feeling of togetherness must be developed as well as a belief in national destiny.  

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Shira  |  May 11, 2008 at 9:14 am

    Rafi, The work you are doing need to be appreciated more widely. It is not right that you should be a lone voice in the wilderness. You are doing your best to wake people up and I acknowledge your courgate in sticking to it despite a lack of widespread support, even some hostility, and — worst of all — apathy!

    You can always count on me, for one, to be there for you and your goals.

    Blessed be
    in Love and Light,

  • 2. Isaac E  |  July 8, 2008 at 5:50 am

    Dear Mr. Dobrin,
    I was deeply moved by your poignant article regarding self bashing Jewish academics, otherwise known as Jewish self haters. Much has been written about this very painful vulnerability of our culture. It brings to mind Ronald Reagen’s eleventh commandment, “Never critizise the Republicans”. I stand by your statements wholeheartedly. You have my full support.
    Hazak Ve-ematz
    Isaac E.


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