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January 31, 2003 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-01-31

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Rabbi Daniel Syme addresses the crowd.

"We weep for those who have died,"
Rabbi Syme told worshippers. "We
reach out our hands to one another
for solace, and we do so with the hope
and prayer that the God we worship
will enable all of the hands to touch in
Judaism "instructs us to rodef
shalom, to pursue peace," he added.
"It's not enough to talk. It's not
enough to teach. We have to do some-
"This is not only a service of prayer
but a gathering of resolution."
Event planners included Rabbi
Herbert Yoskowitz of Adat Shalom •
Synagogue and interfaith activist
Brenda Rosenberg of Bloomfield Hills.
Other participants in the service were
Imam Sayed Hassan Al-Qazwini of the
Islamc Center of America in Detroit
and Imam Mohammad Ali Elahi, head
of the Islamic House of Wisdom in
Dearborn Heights, along with leaders
from the Christian, Buddhist, Hindu,
Sikh and Bahai communities.
Choirs from Christ Church
Cranbrook and Hope United
Methodist Church in Southfield per-
formed; as did the St. Paul's Episcopal
Church Sudanese drumming dancing
choir from Lansing, a group formed
mostly by those who fled religious per-
secution in their homeland.
"If religious leaders in the Middle
East would come together in a World
Sabbath Service of Reconciliation,"
said Rev. Mullins, "and if they told the
political leaders at that service to wise
up, shape up or get out, and if the
good folks in the Middle East who
want to get on with their lives were not
interfered with by the political power
brokers, then there just might be some
peace in the troubled Middle East.
"The people there are wonderful
human beings who deserve peace and
not war. Perhaps worship can make up
where politics has failed." ❑

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