I have just returned from a concert by Gabriel Meyer Halevy, an Argentine-Israeli musician. He is the son of Marshall Meyer, a U.S. rabbi who lived in Argentina during that country’s “Dirty War” in which thousands of people became “desaparecidos” (the disappeared).
Marshall Meyer’s work helped save the lives of dozens of people who were persecuted by the Argentine military. His son Gabriel carries his father’s same concern for peace and human rights.
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