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Published on Jul 16, 2014
The episode of this Morton Downey television appearance by Rabbi Kahane (ztk"l) will be remembered mostly for its historical value and rarity as opposed to any type of significant learning experience. The staged and always rowdy format was always a huge part of the foundation of this show at the time. The rabbi debates his long time nemesis M.T. Mehdi as well as another Arab journalist on the never to end Arab/Israeli conflict. There is also a short appearance by Rabbi Bernard Rosenberg (adding virtually nothing to the conversation). Audience participation as well has Meir Kahane defending himself against the totally insignificant leftist Zev Brenner (what he ever did for Jews is beyond me) putting in a few worthless cents.
Rabbi Kahane shows his usual and consistent brilliance and wisdom although this show was, indeed, a strange place to exhibit it. The episode took place in late 1989. KAHANE TZADAK!