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Retrieved on Nov. 7, 2008</ref> and married Martha Smulevitz. They lived first in [[Chicago]] and later moved to [[Wilmette, Illinois|Wilmette]].<ref name=" NYT_199706015"/> Emanuel’s family adopted their surname in 1933, after Benjamin’s brother, Emanuel Auerbach, was killed in a skirmish with Arabs in Jerusalem.<ref name=" NYT_199706015"/> According to Benjamin Emanuel, his son Rahm is the namesake of Rahamim, a [[Lehi (group)|Lehi]] combatant who was killed.<ref name=" Haa_20081106"/>
 
Retrieved on Nov. 7, 2008</ref> and married Martha Smulevitz. They lived first in [[Chicago]] and later moved to [[Wilmette, Illinois|Wilmette]].<ref name=" NYT_199706015"/> Emanuel’s family adopted their surname in 1933, after Benjamin’s brother, Emanuel Auerbach, was killed in a skirmish with Arabs in Jerusalem.<ref name=" NYT_199706015"/> According to Benjamin Emanuel, his son Rahm is the namesake of Rahamim, a [[Lehi (group)|Lehi]] combatant who was killed.<ref name=" Haa_20081106"/>
  
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"Obviously he [ [[Rahm Emanuel]] ] will influence the president to be pro-Israel. Why wouldn't he be? What is he, an [[Arab]]? He's not going to clean the floors of the [[White House]]." <ref name=JPost_20081106>{{cite news|accessyear=2008|accessmonthday=November 6|author=Staff|url=http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1225910047157&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FPrinter|title=Emanuel to be Obama's chief of staff|work=Jerusalem Post|date = November 6, 2008}}</ref><ref name=" NYDN_20081106"/>
 
  
  

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Template:AfDM Benjamin M. Emanuel is a Chicago pediatrician and former member of the Irgun[1][2]. He is the father of U.S. Congressman and White House Chief of Staff-designate Rahm Emanuel, NIH bioethicist Ezekiel J. Emanuel, talent agent Ari Emanuel, and adopted daughter Shoshana.[1] Born in Jerusalem in 1927,[1] he later emigrated to America in the 1950s[3] and married Martha Smulevitz. They lived first in Chicago and later moved to Wilmette.[1] Emanuel’s family adopted their surname in 1933, after Benjamin’s brother, Emanuel Auerbach, was killed in a skirmish with Arabs in Jerusalem.[1] According to Benjamin Emanuel, his son Rahm is the namesake of Rahamim, a Lehi combatant who was killed.[2]



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