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Abraham Frumkin

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Abraham Frumkin (אברהם פרומקין; 1873–1940) was a Jewish author, journalist, and anarchist. Born in Jerusalem, Frumkin was the son of Israel Dov Frumkin, a pioneer of Hebrew journalism, and the brother of Gad Frumkin, who would serve as a judge on the Supreme Court of Palestine during the British Mandate era. He spent a year in Jaffa as an Arabic teacher before moving to Istanbul in 1891 to study law, but did not graduate due to lack of funds. In 1893 he went to New York City and came in contact with anarchist ideas for the first time. By 1894 he had returned to Constantinople with many anarchist books and propaganda material. The house of Moses Schapiro from South Russia and his wife Nastia, was a space for young activists, such as himself. Schapiro, who fled from Russia because of his revolutionary activities, was inflamed by Frumkin's new ideas and went together with Frumkin to Paris and London. In those places, Frumkin took all the books he could get about anarchism – Kropotkin,
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