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August 22, 1986 - Image 6

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destroying the ethnical foun-
dation that has been the
great historical strength of
Judaism. Does Mr. Rosen
really understand what he is
talking about? He mentions a
visit with an Arab family and
comprehends the feeling of
disenfranchisement of these
people in their homeland.
Yet, he doesn't understand
that the Israelis are civilized
people and will bring crimes
in their own country to the
attention of the world and,
they will prosecute thee
cases in a court of justice.
Will the Arabs do this?
The fact is the Israelis
have not lost their direction
and should be admired for all
they have accomplished in
the past forty years and
more. His statement that he
is not proud of Israel as he
once was is sadden and un-
fortunate.
The State of Israel has
done remarkably well in an
area surrounded by Arabs
who wish, but cannot destroy
Israel. Why can't the Arabs
annihilate_ Israel? One good
reason is because of the Is-
raeli actions that Mr. Rosen
has condemned and felt sad
about.

Aaron Goldberg
Southfield

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With regard to the Mormon
Brigham Young University
Center now being built on
Mt.* Scopus in Jerusalem, I
wish to point out that accord-
ing to the Soncino Books of
the Bible, Mt. Scopus is defi-
nitely a holy mountain for
the Jewish people.
Psalm 87, section 1, begins
with a Psalm of the sons of
Korah; a song. His founda-
tion is in the holy mountains.
At the bottom of the page
it explains "in the holy
mountains." Jerusalem was
situated on a high elevation
and even the surrounding
hills partook of the sanctity
with which the city was in-
vested.
I would like to know who
actually sold land on Mt.
Scopus, which is not negoti-
able, to the Mormons?

Vivian Beresh

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