Israel: The Tic

For a time last week in the small Jerusalem courtroom, it was Jew v. Jew. Stately Baron Pinhas von Freudiger (his grandfather had been ennobled by Austro-Hungarian Emperor Franz Josef), who was formerly a prominent Jewish leader in Budapest, took the witness stand. As he emotionally described his dealings with Adolf Eichmann in an effort to save the lives of Hungary's 1,000,000 Jews, a squat, burly man in a golfer's cap leaped to his feet screaming "Hypocrite! You duped us so you could save yourselves and your families! Our families were killed....

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