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June 15, 1990 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-06-15

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Although the Cardinal
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doesn't represent, respect
him.
In their letters, some
students asked the Pope to
use his position as a world
leader to halt the spread of
anti-Semitism.
Meghann Stamper, 11,
wrote, "You're a leader and
lots of people listen to you. I
was wondering if you could
please_ tell everyone that
Jews aren't bad."
The shortest letter belongs
to Josh Sherman, 11, who
wrote, "Please stop anti-
Semitism. It's pointless. As a
religious leader, please help
all of us."
Robert Lynn, 11, asked the
Pope to speak out against
anti-Semitism whenever he
had a chance. "All people
should be treated fairly, no
matter what religion they
practice," Lynn wrote.
Other students like
Samara Shlom told the Pope
that the Holocaust should
never be repeated.
"I want my Christian
friends to understand and
learn about the Holocaust,"
Samara wrote. "Together we
can prevent this awful, in-
humane tragedy from hap-
pening to anyone again. You
are a respected world leader,
and I'm just a 12-year-old
girl hoping I won't have
nightmares tonight. Please
remember to remind every-
one about the Holocaust so
we can treat each other with
dignity." ❑

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