Shlomi Itzhak


Graphic research presenting Meir Kahane as a phenomenon. The book creates a dialogue between documents, personal letters, posted signs, newspaper excerpts, and video clips, which combine to present a story of evil, humanness, racism, and violence.

It’s important to me to raise the subject within the common consciousness and to emphasize the present relevance of Kahanism through acts of Jewish terror and the entry of Otzma Yehudit (Jewish Power) to the 21st Knesset.