Hadassa Ben-Itto

Hadassa Ben-Itto was born in Poland and emigrated to Palestine as a child. She was a judge for 31 years and represented Israel at the United Nations.
The Lie that Wouldn’t Die
One of the most pernicious antisemitic texts of the 20th century, The Protocols of the Elders of Zion was a Tsarist forgery purporting to show a Jewish conspiracy to take over the world. A template for all the anti-Jewish conspiracy theories that followed, 100 years after its publication it has been serialised on Egyptian television, sold in Japanese bookstores and re-created in the accusation that Jews were behind the 9/11 attacks. To celebrate the launch of The...