I came across this post which discusses the influence of a Rabbi on Bob Dylan, with a picture there of Bob - aka Shabtai Zisel/Zusha ben Avraham v'Rachel Riva and Reb Shlomo Carlebach meeting.
It recalled to me a piece that was published in a periodical I helped edit, together with Rachel Katsman, entitled Counterpoint. Since the issue of Bob Dylan and his relationship with Jews, Judaism and Israel is always relevant, I figured I'd try to scan the article and present it to a new readership.
Here it is, in parts:-
The author, Tuvia Ariel, has since passed away, after many years of managing a great used bookstore on Agrippas Street in Jerusalem and was known as "one-legged Terry" due to an accident in which he lost a leg.