Holy Lands - Section 1, pages 1 – 13 Summary & Analysis

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From Harry Rosenmerck to Rabbi Moshe Cattan – Nazareth, April 1, 2009. Harry writes in response to a letter from Rabbi Cattan, which is not included in the text. Harry says he is doing as the Rabbi suggested, raising his pigs in a pen on stilts, so that their feet do not touch holy ground. He questions the Rabbi’s judgement, however, saying that in his experience, Israeli Jews eat a lot of bacon. He also asks whether the Rabbi can direct him to the public transport authority so he can use the blood from his pigs as an anti-terrorist technique – that is, hanging bags of blood “inside city buses so...

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