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Division in the Mideast

February 01, 1988

I suggest to Rabbi Schindler that instead of relying on the information, which he receives through TV and newspapers about the situation of the Middle East, he had better to travel to Israel, and stand with the police in Gaza and other parts of the country, and see personally, how it feels, to be hit by "only" a big stone. Would he turn his other cheek too, if he were hit?

Besides, why does he also not send a telegram to the leadership of the PLO or the instigators of the whole trouble. Maybe he can persuade them, citing moral and ethic reasons, to stop the stone and Molotov cocktail throwing and the burning of tires.

Nobody else has been successful so far, maybe Schindler will be.

KATHY BUKOFZER

Pacific Palisades

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