Holy Lands - Section 3, pages 26 – 38 Summary & Analysis

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From Harry Rosenmerck to Rabbi Moshe Cattan – Nazareth, April 26, 2009. In this letter that starts “Dear Mister Rabbi,” Harry describes visiting a friend in Nazareth, which kept him from visiting the Rabbi. He urges the Rabbi to continue the correspondence, so that Harry can make him laugh. He also urges the Rabbi to spend his time focusing on more serious betrayals of Judaism than his raising of pigs, such as those perpetrated by another rabbi who organizes tours to German concentration camps. He then adds that he has done some research, and that because of old agreements, Nazareth is one of a few communities in Israel exempt from the ban on pig possession and slaughter. He goes on to say that the Rabbi’s threats are only interesting because they form the basis of a correspondence that he enjoys; he then signs off with...

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