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Eichmann in Haifa

“What would you have done in my position? Would you have done any better? Imagine that you are on trial. You are charged 'with crimes against humanity, yet you obeyed orders and nothing more. Furthermore, these orders were fully endorsed by the populace.”


The play examines the notion of a collective failure of morality on the part of ordinary people. People who could have stemmed the tide of extermination. Or could they? We pass judgement on those that were there, but what permits us to judge? Are we any different? Eichmann causes us to question ourselves as we simultaneously judge Eichmann.

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