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Wednesday, November 29, 2017 - 17:00

156 . We Will Occupy the Land of Israel in Sanctity and Settle it in Sanctity! - An Important Poster for Strengthening Religion in the Holy Land After the Holocaust. Early 1940's

An important poster from the Mercaz Agudat Yisrael in the Land of Israel to strengthen the borders of holiness in the Holy Land due to the terrible loss of congregations during the Holocaust. 

"At this time in light of the bonfire of the Jewish communities in the Diaspora which are on fire. In light of the millions of graves whose lives were cruelly ended by the enemy...we call on you with a great cry, we will sanctify the name of God in our lives, as our brethren in the Diaspora did in their deaths... the voice of God which speaks to us through the stormy times and demands we return to His Torah...there is no salvation for the Jewish people apart from the kingship of the House of David... the Land of Israel which accepts her sons with the mercy of a mother and grants them from her bounty, demands one thing from us in exchange: Holiness! That the spirit of holiness should surround the work of building and should be stamped in our lives...the nation of the Torah in the Land of the Torah are prepared for the reign of the Torah!" 

Size: 47x31 cm. Slight tears in the margins. The poster is pasted onto a stiff background for preservation. Fine condition. 

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