The Jewish Observer Vol. 4 No. 6 September 1967/Elul 5727
In this issue …
LIGHT FROM DARKNESS, Reflections on the Six-Day War
SILENCE: WHEN ISRAEL WAS THREATENED-PROTEST: WHEN ISRAEL PREVAILED, a look at world response to Israel in the crisis period-before, during, and following the six-day war, with some of the implications for ecumenism, and the words of one Jewish ecumenist whose mind was changed by the reality of church apathy.
YERUSHALAYIM TRIUMPHANT, an eye-witness account of the three fateful days of fighting in the Holy City, Chaim Dov Altusky
TORAH AND RELEVANCE, a reaction to the cry that Judaism must be made relevant to the issues of the day, if we are to keep our youth loyal to their faith-a Torah perspective on ‘relevance,’ Leo Levi
R’ AVROHOM YEHOSHUA HESCHEL, זכר צדיק לברכה
“HE WHO SAVES A SOUL IN ISRAEL .. . “-An account of the heroic rescue work of the late Michael G. Tress, by Gershon Kranzler
THE MONTH OF ELUL, extracts from a translation of Eliyahu Kitov’s SEFER HA’TODA’A, soon to be released by “A” Publishers. The translation is by Rabbi Nathan Bulman.
SECOND LOOKS AT THE JEWISH SCENE:
ACCEPTING ANTISEMITIC CLICHES
“A JEWISH HAPPENING”
“THE BUGABOO OF COERCION”