Gershom Gorenberg, the senior editor and columnist of the award winning bi-weekly magazine, “The Jerusalem Report”, critically analyzes Israeli religion in world politics.
Gorenberg wrote many books. One of his most famous books is “Shalom, Friend, The Life and Legacy of Yitzhak Rabin” which won the National Jewish Book Award.
He also wrote a non-fiction book about the Middle East crisis for the American Reader
called “The End of Days : Fundamentalism and the Struggle for the Temple Mount”.
I read "The End of Days" and I thought it was very
well written. It moved me.
Gorenberg, originally from California, now resides in Jerusalem.
Grant, Gavin J. (Online).
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Gorenberg, Gershom (Online). http://www.mille.org/people/ggresume.html. Accessed Dec. 29, 2001.