Yair Nehorai

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Yair Nehorai is an Israeli lawyer and author, best known for his novel Taliban Son (Hebrew: וַתְּהִי-לִי אִמִּי קִבְרִי; the Hebrew title is taken from Jeremiah 20:17)[1] and for representing a series of high-profile cases involving the most extreme religious groups in Israel.[2]

His novel, Taliban Son (released by Steimatzky in 2011),[3] is loosely based on the famous “Taliban Mother” case, in which Nehorai represented both the son and the husband of the female leader of a Jewish extremist group, charged with child abuse.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Schweimer, Yotam "Driving out the darkness of 'The Taliban Mother'" "[ynet]" 25 January 2012. Retrieved on 7 July 2013.
  2. ^ Yair Ettinger and Oz Rosenberg "The Messiah of Mea She'arim" "[Haaretz]" 26 October 2011. Retrieved on 7 July 2013.
  3. ^ Juliane von Mittelstaedt "The growing influence of the ultra-orthodox in Israel" "[Der Speigel]" 13 January 2012. Retrieved on 7 July 2013.[not in citation given]