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We sang like new recruits in an army barefoot on Mediterranean sands. We were forced to go. Mouldy bread sickened us to death. Adulteress water turned us green with terror. Everywhere we looked we were nailed to the cross, agony filled our lives. In the s and s, he celebrated the growth of the Jewish settlement in British Palestine. Jerusalem — tefillin shel rosh, the Emek — shel yad! Lamed vavin in all kibbutzim, divine grandeur of all who suffer for the Kingdom! Candles in the seven-branched candelabrum mother lights such Jerusalemite radiance: our Jerusalem! Their culture, though magnificent in some respects, hid deep-rooted barbarity.

His ultra-nationalism hardened with Arab opposition to Jewish nationalism. The anti-Jewish Arab pogroms of drove Greenberg to join the right-wing Revisionists, led by Jabotinsky, where he became a leading figure. He was convinced of an eternal hostility between Jews and non-Jews and indeed of Jewish racial superiority. He advocated the creation through force of a powerful Jewish state extending from the Nile to the Euphrates as the only way to overcome Jewish powerlessness and to defeat the rapacious anti-Semitic beast.