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citizenship's burdens. If that
basic civic principle is
Nazism, as Mr. Borrajo
argues, then Washington, the
Adamses, Jefferson and Lin-
coln were all Nazis.
Do not be too righteous,
says the Talmud; mercy to the
cruel will end as cruelty to
the merciful. More than 40
years of untempered Arab
hatred stands for something.
With or without Judea,
Samaria and Gaza, the
Jewish state will ultimately
have to choose between its
own annihilation, in blood
and horror, or the humane
but deliberate transfer of
those who despise, and uncon-
ditionally reject, the fun-
damental laws of the nation.

Michael Dallen
Michigan Director,
Americans For A Safe Israel

West Bloomfield
Phone Protest
On Sept. 22, over 200 people
jammed the Pontiac City Hall
to express their dissatisfac-
tion with Michigan Bell
Thiephone to the Michigan
Public Service Commission.
They protested long distance
phone charges for local calls
made to Southfield, Far-
mington, Troy and Birming-
ham by West Bloomfield
residents in the Pontiac, Com-
merce or Walled Lake
telephone exchanges.
Those who were unable to
express their views can write,
by October 19, to ' the
Michigan Public Service
Commission, Communica-
tions Division, 6545 Mecan-
tile Way, P.O: Box 30221, Lan-
sing, Michigan 48910, 'Re:
Case No. U-9153.
Ilene Monast
West Bloomfield

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'No lliansfer'
Ignores Options
The Sept. 16 editorial "No
`Transfer' Option," ignores
the fact that many countries
have in fct exercised this op-
tion: India, Russia, France,
even the U.S.
Israel is surrounded with
enemies from within and
American Jews fear for the
demographic demise of the
Jewish State — something
that at least on paper can be
projected in the not too dis-
tant future for both "Greater
Israel" and "Israel within the
Green Line," yet this concern
has spurred neither support
for aliyah or "internal aliyah"
(encouraging a higher Jewish
Israeli birth rate).
"Transfer" is not a
simplistic solution. To date it
is the only one which stands
up to the dual requirement of

not jeopardizing Israel's
security on the one hand and
preserving a Jewish majority
on the other.

Aaron Lerner
Royal Oak

Positive Response
To Dial-A-Shofar
The response to our. Dial-A-
Shofar message recorded by
Rabbi Sleutelberg and Dr.
Lindy was outstanding. Dur-
ing Rosh Hashanah and Yom
Kippur over 700 calls were
received. Several people call-
ed back afterward to say how
grateful they were as shut-ins
to -hear the sound of the
shofar for the first time in
years. We were indeed happy
to provide this service to the
community and thank The
Jewish News for publicizing

Iry Wengrow
Troy Jewish Congregation



Vandal Faces
Adult Penalty

New York (JTA) — A
15-year-old youth, one of two
accused of vandalizing and
burning a Brooklyn syna-
gogue last month, will be
tried as an adult.
This means that the sus-
pect, Louis Franceschi, who
has been indicted by a grand
jury, will stand trial in state
Supreme Court, instead of
Family Court, where juve-
niles are normally tried.
He also will face more
severe punishment if
Franceschi was arraigned
in Supreme Court on Monday.
He is charged with second-
degree burglary, second-
degree criminal mischief and
first-degree reckless en-
dangerment, all felonies, and
with two. misdemeanors.
Franceschi pleaded not
guilty and was ordered held
on $10,000 bail by Justice
Richard Goldberg.
If found guilty of the
burglary charge, Franceschi
could be sentenced to between
28 months and seven years in

Challah Bombs
Injure Kids

Jerusalem (JTA) — Three
Jewish children in Jerusalem
were injured in a bomb explo-
sion on the eve of Simchat
Torah during a bloody week-
end of violence in which at
least two Arabs were killed
and dozens wounded in the
administered territories.
Israelis were shocked by the


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