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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-22

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24 Friday, April 22, 1983

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By IDA JOYRICH

eloquent address by Derek
Prince, international Chris-
tian leader and scholar,
whose involvement with
Jerusalem spans 40 years.
Through his book, "Our
Debt to Israel," and his spo-
ken messages, Prince has
awakened Christians
throughout the world to
their responsibility to Israel
and the Jewish people.
Prince was born in India,
of British parents. During
World War II, while serving
as a hospital attendant with
the British Army, he began
a systematic reading of the
Bible and eventually de-
termined to devote the rest
of his life to studying and
teaching the Bible. At the
end of World War II he re-
mained where the British
Army placed him — in
Jerusalem.
In a moving accounting
of the events of May 14,
1948, Prince told the
capacity audience of his
experiences in witness-

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Christians were asked to
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Jerusalem and for Israel.
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ing the astounding re-
birth of Israel in one day
and he quoted Isaiah
66:8.
Who has ever heard of
such a thing?
Who has ever seen such
things?
Can a country be born in

a day,
Or a nation be brought
forth in a moment?
"Here is a prophecy fulfil-
led," said Prince, "and we
witnessed it."
With deep compassion
and conviction, Prince re-
veals the terrible brutal er-
rors of Christian Churches
through the centuries and
the debt all Christians owe
to the Jewish people. Mak-
ing note that he was speak-
ing Yom on HaShoa — "The
Day of the Tempest" — he
said, "We must accept our
responsibility; we must
make amends."
The program began with
a warm welcome by Dr.
Loren Siffring, pastor of the
Rochester Covenant
Church, one of the sponsors
of the day.
Greetings were also of-
fered by Mark D. Siljan-
der, Michigan Con-
gressman from the 4th
District, who began his
remarks with: "Shalom
Chaverim!" Siljander, a
member of the House
Foreign Affairs Commit-
tee and the Middle East
Subcommittee, wore a
blue and white arm band,
which he wore that week
to a Soviet Jewry rally in
Washington. With great
sincerity, Siljander ex-
pressed "a love in my
heart- and a commitment
to the Jewish people and
to Israel."
Sol Lachman, past
president of the Detroit
Zionist Federation, gave a
strong message on behalf of
Israel and received a warm
ovation from the audience
and other participants.
In his remarks, Pastor
Robert Davis of the Christ
The Redeemer Church,
spoke of the need to build
bridges of trust between
people.
In a dramatic reading of
world history, Prince
finished his address by
references to Spain, whose
great power diminished
within a century of expel-
ling all Jews from her ter-
ritories; and more recently,
within his own experiences,
Great Britain, whose em-
pire declined since 1948,
without ever being defeated
by war.
As an eye-witness, living
in Jerusalem at the time,
Prince recounted British
opposition and attempts to
thwart the rebirth of Israel
as a sovereign nation, and
made poignant notice of the
fact that from that moment
in history, Britain's empire
underwent a process of
rapid decline and disinte-
gration. Today, a genera-

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tion later, Britain - like
Spain - is a struggling, sec-
ond rate power.
"The Middle East is of
vital interest to the United
States and the destiny of the
U.S. is at stake," said Pr-
ince. Pointing out that the
Hebrew name for the
United States is Artzot
HaBrit — "The Lands of the
Covenant" — Prince re-
minded his audience that
this nation is the product of
a covenant made by Ameri-
ca's founders and is commit-
ted to their ideals.

Army Prepared

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Gen. -Moshe Levi, Israel's
chief of staff-designate, said
recently in response to a re-
porter's question that Israel
is prepared for war with
Syria this spring, "or at any
other time."
"That is our job," he said,
adding that this does not
mean that a war is expected.

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