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Step By Step - Kim'a Kim'a

978-965-7277-79-9

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Rabbi Chaim Drukman


Kim’a Kim’a (Step by Step) sets out a clear path for understanding the complex reality of Israel today.


As a work to read or to study in depth, it provides profound answers to questions from those who criticize Zionism and Israel, from within and without. Anyone who wants to enhance their knowledge, and to base their faith on solid foundations, should read this book.


Originally a Hebrew bestseller, we are now excited to provide the English-speaking world with this comprehensive guide to understanding the Divine process of Redemption and the miracle we know as the State of Israel.


After 2,000 years of exile, the Jewish people has seen prophetic visions come true. Jews have flocked to the Land of Israel from all over the globe. For more than 70 years, Israel has been a growing powerhouse in Torah study, security, science, economics, and more.


However, not everything is perfect.


Israel presents us with many challenges.


In Kim’a Kim’a, Rav Chaim Drukman formulates his vision on sources from the prophets of old and the Sages of Yisrael. He compares the process of Redemption to dawn, proceeding slowly but with guaranteed success.


Today we are in the midst of a great enlightenment, corresponding to the blessing of the Shema: “Shine a new light on Zion.” Even the darkness and difficulties are an integral part of this monumental process.


Based on what has already taken place and in spite of all that is missing – we can faithfully declare that the State of Israel is the fulfillment of the promise of Divine Redemption, and it will eventually achieve its final goal, Step by Step.


Rav Chaim Drukmana recipient of the Israel Prize in 2012 for his life’s work, is an outstanding Torah scholar and Jewish thinker, with thousands of followers in Israel and throughout the world. A leader of Religious Zionism, he is the head of Yeshivat Or Etzion and the Chairman of Yeshivot Bnei Akiva in Israel.