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Rachel Alebev

                 
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Rachel was born in Israel in 1957 and served in the Israeli army during Israel's 1982 invasion of Lebanon. She was promoted to Major after the war. She studied at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem and U.C.L.A in Los Angeles. Rachel has taught at various institutions of higher education and currently lives in California.

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Holocaust Denial and Holocaust PTSD
(10 comments) The holocaust denial propaganda movement seeks to deny the reality of the Nazi regime's systematic mass murder of six million Jews in Europe during World War II. Past attempts at resolution of the age-old Israeli/Palestinian conflict ultimately failed because Middle East peace proposals did not take into account the role PTSD now plays in the thoughts, behaviors, and the modern social identity of the Jewish people.