Religion: Russia Flayed

Perspiring in a convention room of Detroit's Hotel Statler last week sat several hundred delegates to the 32nd annual conference of the Zionist Organization of America. But chilling was the picture they beheld with their minds' eye. They saw steely, Atheist Russia, land of Communism, attacking and destroying what they held dearest: the great Zionist movement which has already given Jews a city of their own, Tel Aviv, close to historic Jaffa. They heard about Jews in Russia who had turned against Jew, striving to abolish from Russia all traces of Judaism. Cleveland's...

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