Jewish Self-Hatred: The Enemy Within
Jewish Self-Hatred: The Enemy Within is a groundbreaking exploration of a rarely discussed yet widely felt phenomenon: self-hatred among Jews. From the depths of our history to the present day, this book delves into the complex reasons behind this pervasive phenomenon and its impact on Jewish identity.
With a keen eye for detail and a deep understanding of Jewish history and culture, bestselling author Dr. Michael Laitman investigates the roots of self-hatred, explains its prevalence among Jews, and how it is inexorably linked to the antisemitism that has plagued our people throughout history.
Drawing on a range of sources and personal experiences, this book offers a compelling new perspective on a subject that has long been shrouded in silence. It verbalizes what we all feel, but few dare to voice.
Michael Laitman is the author of over 40 books, translated into dozens of languages. Once a promising young scientist, his life took a sharp turn in 1974 when he immigrated to Israel and began his studies under the Kabbalist, Rav Baruch Shalom Halevi Ashlag (RABASH). Dr. Laitman became RABASH’s successor and continues his legacy to this day. He is a sought-after speaker and has written for or was interviewed by The Jerusalem Post, Huffington Post, The Chicago Tribune, The Miami Herald, and Bloomberg TV, among others.
Number of pages: 240