Purim in Contemporary Guise

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  1. Mr. Cohen says:

    …[Franklin D.] Roosevelt was stubbornly pro-Zionist,
    and had a difficult time with [King] Ibn Saud when he
    tried to persuade the king to accept 10,000 more Jews
    in Palestine.

    The king responded emphatically in words that Roosevelt
    would not repeat when he talked to reporters on the
    Quincy*: “It was perfectly terrible.”

    [King] Ibn Saud retorted that the Jews should return
    to live in the countries from which they had been driven.

    * The Quincy was a war ship.

    Franklin D. Roosevelt was President of the United States of America from 1933 to 1945.

    SOURCE: Franklin D. Roosevelt: A Rendezvous with Destiny
    (chapter 42, page 594) by Frank Freidel, published in 1990 by Little Brown and Company

  2. James says:

    Loving one another would certainly help but so would showing support for Israel and recognizing the miracles God performed for us in creating the State.

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