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September 19, 1986 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-19

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removing the nest of evil
from the midst of civilized
nations, but also by working
with greater dedication and
with greater zeal to fulfill the
vision of this season that "all
thy children will unite in one
fellowship to do Thy will with
a perfect heart."
"Inscribe us in the Book of
Life," we pray. Let our prayer
for life be a call to moral
awakening, commitment to
the brotherhood of man and a
responsibility of the world
community to advance the
dream of peace.
We pray for the souls of
those who have died. We pray
for their grief-stricken
families. We pray for the
people of Israel, for the Arab
nations, and we pray for hu-
manity, we pray for our
Father in heaven whose
kingdom is diminished by
hatred and violence.
When the synagogue was
finally entered last Shabbat,
the bodies removed and the
few survivors rescued, it was
noted that a Siddur still re-
mained on the Bimah. And
the Siddur was turned to the
page of the Kaddish. S.Y.
Agnon once wrote this about
the Kaddish:
Our Creator, the king of
Kings, delights in Life. Be-
cause of his love for us and
because we are so few, each
of us is important in his
kingdom. Though we are
flesh and blood, we are irrep-
laceable. When one of the
house of Israel dies, there is a
loss of glory in his kingdom,
and his grandeur is di-
minished. Therefore, brethren
of the House of Israel, all of
you who mourn and all of you
who remember on this day,
let us fix our hearts on our
Father in heaven, our King
and our Redeemer, and let us
pray for ourselves, and for
Him too, that He and His
kingdom be hallowed and
enhanced, glorified and cele-
brated."
May He who makes peace
on high bring peace to those
who grieve, to the household
of Israel, and to the troubled
soul of humanity.

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