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November 30, 1990 - Image 122

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-11-30

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For the sake of Zion, we may not remain silent.
erusalem, we shall never rest.
For the sake of J

it of Orthodox Rabbis of Greater Detroit, in calling
Land, whose
ression of unity for the sake of our Holy
win uppermost in our minds, feels
for an exp urvival are always
growth and s ake the follog declaration.
compelled to m
we unfortunately see that the enemies of
this Jerusalem
period, have successfully frightened away many
Israel and
Jews from both settling and visiting Israel. In some instances, we
hear of Sews who are even afraid to visit the Western Wall.


We call upon all Jews to declare that the oppressors of Israel will
nti-Semites of the world will never diminish our love
fail. The a
for Israel.
exhibit our

It is now more important than ever to visit Israel and n
solidarity with our brethren in the Holy Land, which is indeed the

most beautiful country in the world.

t allow our enemies to rejoice in their perceived

We must no
weakness of our peo p le.
May G-d extend his grace upon our brethren in Israel and grant

them he and glory.

Rabbi Leizer Levin,


Rabbi Chaskel Grubner,


abbis of


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