Vetrans: No regrets

“My first time in Israel, I felt more at home here than I had ever been in England.”

By ALAN ROSENBAUM
August 23, 2018 16:39
Vetrans: No regrets

PHILIP MARCUS. (photo credit: ALAN ROSENBAUM)

 
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Trim, bearded and armed with a rumbling baritone, Philip Marcus sits in his comfortable living room, holding court. This expression is used advisedly, since Marcus enjoyed a long and distinguished legal career here in Israel, both as an advocate and as a judge in Jerusalem’s Family Court.

Born in Birmingham, England, Marcus grew up in a traditionally minded family where kiddush was recited every Friday evening. He attended synagogue every Shabbat with his grandfather, and his parents kept a kosher home.

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