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From 'Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel' by I. Shahak and N. Mezvinsky we read ...

"The ideas of Rabbi Schneerson that appear below are taken from a book of his recorded messages to followers in Israel, titled Gatherings of Conversations and published in the Holy Land in 1965."

Is this book available to see, download, or purchase, anywhere? Are the recordings available?

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    Maybe they are refering to Likkutei Sichos – user16403 May 5 at 18:26
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    It's important to note that Shahak, at least, is a known and self-admitted liar, and deliberately slants his quotations to make Jews sound as bad as possible. So anything he "quotes" from Rabbi Schneerson, or from anywhere else, has to be checked against the original very carefully. – Meir May 5 at 19:40
  • If there are any quotes from Gatherings of Conversations in Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel, maybe add them to the question. People who don't have access to Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel may be able to recognize the quotes, and provide cites to their sources. – Tamir Evan May 6 at 6:31
  • 'Gatherings of Conversations' is the English translation of the book title 'Likkutei Sichot' which is an actual printed collection of talks from the Rebbe which the Rebbe personally reviewed. The printing arm of Kehot based in Kfar Chabad does much of the actual printing and bindery work. To my knowledge, only a portion of that book has been translated into English by Kehot. But it has been a while since I looked at the English translations. It is possible that the entire collection has been translated by now. The original is available from Kehot currently. – Yaacov Deane May 6 at 17:24
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Unless the talks were delivered on Shabbos or Holidays when audio recording is forbidden, all of the Rebbe's conversations from 1950 to 1992 can be found here: https://www.chabad.org/therebbe/sichoskodesh_cdo/jewish/Sichos-Kodesh.htm

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    Even the ones on Shabbos and holidays were transcribed from memory afterwards. – Meir May 5 at 19:40

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