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He proposed that the Holocaust was executed behind Hitler’s back. Irving thus ignored, or explained away, Hitler’s own statements about the Jews, the reports on the killings destined for him, and the statements of subordinates that the policy of genocide was determined at the highest level. This special pleading has its own momentum and in due course Irving came to embrace Holocaust denial (among other places, evident in the 1991 edition of Hitler’s War). Irving came to denial, and then persisted in it, out of tenderness for Hitler and hostility to Jews, and out of a misplaced bravado and a deficient moral sense.
Isaac is also depicted as the patriarch possessing the deepest feelings and compassion for his descendants. He pleads for them even when they are sinful, and the verse “For thou art our father, for Abraham knoweth us not, and Israel doth not acknowledge us” (Isa. 63:16) is applied to him (Shab. 89b). The institution of the *Minḥ ah prayer is attributed to Isaac (Ber. 26b). Like Abraham, he observed the Commandments (PR 25, p. 127b) and made God known in the world (Men. 53a). He was one of three who had a foretaste of the future world while in this world; one of six over whom the angel of death had no power; one of seven whose bodies were not devoured by worms; and one of three upon whom the “evil inclination” had no influence (BB 17a).
65:10. According to one tradition, during the Akedah Abraham drew one fourth of a log of blood from Isaac which symbolized the essence of life (Mekh. SbY, p. 4). According to another version, Isaac actually lost his life as a result of the terror he experienced when Abraham lifted his knife. He was revived by the heavenly voice admonishing Abraham not to slaughter his son, and he then pronounced the benediction, “Blessed are Thou, O Lord, who quickenest the dead” (Pd RE 31). God therefore accounted Isaac’s deed as an actual sacrifice, and his harsh judgments against Israel are constantly mitigated when he recalls “Isaac’s ashes heaped up upon the altar” (Lev.