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September 10, 1982 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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RABBI MILTON ARM
Congregation Beth Achim

Friday, September 10, I%2

RAM BENJAMIN GORREUCK
Congregation Beth Achim

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RABBI PHIUP BLACHORS KY
Congregation B'nai Israel

RABBI BETZALEL GOTTUEB
Congregation Mishkan Israel

RABBI ERN T J. CONRAD
Temple Kol Ami

RABBI IRWIN GRONER
Congregation Shaarey Zedek

RABBI LEON FRAM
Temple Israel

RABBI CHASKEL GRUBNER
Congregation Dovid Ben Nuchim

RABBI NOAH M. GAMZE
Downtown Synagogue

RABBI JOSEPH GUTMANN
Congregation Solel [Brighton]

RABBI LEO Y'. GOLDMAN
Congregation Shaarey Shomayim

RABBI ISRAEL I. HALPERN ,
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses ,

PRAY FOR THE PEACE OF JERUSALEM

A MESSAGE FROM THE CONGREGATIONAL RABBIS OF DETROIT

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As we approach Rosh Hashana, a time of self-evaluation,
we are mindful that wherever we live and whkever our
circumstances, all Jews are responsible for each other.
Never has that awesome responsibility been demonstrated
more dramatically than in recent days and months.

Fighting both an implacable foe and an often hostile and
distorted media, Israel has stood virtually isolated but for
the constant support of the Jewish People. In the
aftermath of the war in Lebanon, there is no rejoicing in the
homes of Israel. The tragic loss of life has been too
staggering, the tremendous costs of mending and
rebuilding too financially burdensome to dismiss-in talk of
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victory.
While we sorrow at the enormous toll of pain and
suffering involved on all sides in the war, we are thankful
that Israel's people on the northern border are at last free
from the attacks of PLO terrorists. We share the relief of
Israel's Lebanese neighbors, no longer held hostage in their
own land by their own brothers.
We pray that the New Year will bring with it a renewed
civil order and peace among.neighbors. But building a lasting
peace will be no easy task. Therefore, at this season of
reckoning, we, the congregational rabbis of metropolitan
Detroit, call upon every Jew to support to the very best of his
or her ability the special Israel Emergency Fund for Israel's
human needs.
Furthermore, we fervently urge increased commitment
to the Allied Jewish Campaign, for other pressures on the
Jewish People here and abroad have also increased. Jews
in the Soviet Union, in Ethiopia and elsewhere are in an
increasingly desperate situation. Fanatical anti-Semitism of
both the left and the right has soared dramatically, bringing
unease here and physical violence in Europe.
The economic hardship that has befallen many of our
families and the aged right here at home has meant greater
pressure on' our communal agencies supported by the
Campaign. New funds must be found to develop critically
needed new programs: to_guarantee a quality Jewish
education to every Jew, to meet the needs of Jewish
singles and others of our community.
For all these we urge your support.
May our prayers for the peace of Jerusalem and for the
Jewish People be matched by our resolve: that we will meet
the challenges before us with renewed strength. Be strong!
Be strong ! And let us strengthen one another!

RABBI JAMES I. GORDON
Young Israel of Oak Woods

RABBI RICHARD C. HERTZ
Temple Beth El

RABBI MARTIN D. GORDON
Livonia Jewish Congregation

RABBI LEIZER LEVIN
Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah

RABBI HAROLD LOSS
Temple Israel

RABBI DANNEL I. SCHWARTZ
Temple Beth B

RABBI DAVID A. NELSON
Congregation Beth Shalom

RABBI EFRY G. SPECTRE
Adat Shalom Synagogue

RABBI LEE S. PASKIND
Congregation Shaarey Zedek

RABBI LANE STEINGER
Temple Emanu-EI

RABBI SAMUEL PRERO
Young Israel of Greenfield

RABBI M. ROBERT SYME
Temple Israel

RABBI NORMAN T. ROMAN
Temple Beth El

RABBI FEIVEL WAGNER
Young Israel of Greenfield

RABBI MILTON ROSENBAUM
Temple Emanu-B

RABBI RICHARD A.\ WBSS
Temple Beth Jacob

RABBI STANLEY M. ROSENBAUM
Congregation B'nai Moshe

RABBI SHERWIN T. WINE
The Birmingham Temple

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RABBI CHARLES ROSENZVEIG
Shaarit Haplaytah

RABBI MORTON F. YOLKUT
Congregation B'nai David

RABBI A. IRVING SCHNIPPER
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses

RABBI SHAIALL ZACHARIASH
Congregation Shomrey Emunah

1983 ALLIED JEWISH CAMPAIGN AND ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND
163 MADISON AVENUE • DETROIT, MICHIGAN 48226 • 965-3939

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