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April 11, 1969 - Image 6

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-04-11

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Peace is hell in Israel because it's
a lie.
Ask survivors of Israel's 6-Day
War. They'll tell you.
Ask the widow of an Israeli
soldier killed by a sniper's bullet
while on duty safeguarding his
country's borders.
Ask the resident of a bombed
out Israeli apartment house.
Ask the mother of a child in-
jured when a school bus struck a
mine.
Ask every Israeli living with
the fearful knowledge that his
nation might be attacked at any
time by an enemy whose ambi-
tion is to drive Israel into the sea.
Ask. And they will tell you
peace is hell.
They will tell you that as long
as they must spend all their re-
sources and all their energies
defending against the ceaseless

threat of ull war an tot anni-
hilation, they cannot give help
where it is needed. So, more than
ever before we must help.
Because it's also hell for more
than 300,000 unabsorbed immi-g
grants plus the prospect of 30,000
more expected in 1969. Imri
grants who have few skills. Wh
face an unfamiliar language an
customs. Who seek a new an
better life, while last year's inunto
grants are still struggling to be
fed, clothed and housed.
It's hell for the aged, the hands-.
capped and the helpless who need
homes and care.
It's hell for the youth who need
trained group workers, youth
leaders, counsellors, instructors:
There's a need to build schools ;
farms, and vocational workshops
To educate. To guide a nation's
youth so that someday they may
guide the nation.
It's the worst kind of hell when,
the world thinks you have peace
and you don't. Which is why the
United Jewish Appeal asks yob
to help.
Israel must live.

Support Local Agencies, National Programs and Overseas Servilei

Allied Jewish Campaign -
Israel Emergency Fund

163 Madison Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 48226

MaxWell Jospey, Chairman

First United
Jewish Appeal

912 Sill Building, Flint, Michigan

Michael Pelavin, Chairman

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