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Rabin of Israel: Warrior
for Peace (HarperPaperbacks),
by Robert Slater, was written
with the assistance of the late
prime minister. The author in-
terviewed many of Yitzhak Ra-
bin's colleagues, friends and
family. This paperback addition
also features details of the last
minutes of Rabin's life, includ-
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Reading Ruth (Ballantine),
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Jews & Blacks: A Dialogue
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fessor Cornel West. Topics
include Louis Farrakhan, affir-
mative action and Zionism. This
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authors' remarks on the Million
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On the Kabbalah and its
Symbolism (Schocken) is Ger-
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cism and religious authority, the
mystics' interpretations of the
Scripture's hidden meanings,
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What Do Jews Believe?
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cludes the fundamentals of Ju-
daism on such issues as human
destiny, good and evil, the con-
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ter all that, check out The Ny-
lon Hand Of God (William
Morrow & Co.), by Steven Har-
The story begins with a bomb
attack on the Israeli Consulate.
Lt. Col. Benjamin Baum, of Is-
raeli Military Intelligence, takes
up the case, which eventually
leads him on a worldwide ad-
venture and pits him against
Martina Ursula Klump. (OK,
she may be rotten, but at least
she's got a great name.)
Filled with plenty of snappy
dialogue, The Nylon Hand of
God also has memorable de-
scriptions: of memories of a tan-
go in the moonlight, of a man
who moves "in silence, like a sol-
dier of another generation," of a
short colonel whose parents
walked from B aghdad to
Jerusalem and whose "flashing
smile could quickly disarm op-
ponents while his quick brain
moved in for the kill."
Mr. Hartov is a former mem-
ber of Israel's Parachute Corps
and Military Intelligence, and
also is the author of The Heat of