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Report on Beth Israel vigil 03-03-18

Posted on March 6th, 2018 at 2:47 pm by


If a picture is worth a thousand words, then this one should suffice to express the dedication of a few peace activists in Ann Arbor. Here we have Vigiler G, doing what she does best: braving the elements to take our simple messages to the motoring public. Date of photo: Feb 10, 2018:

Appropriate Venue

Fourteen years ago our staff writer penned “Why We Vigil“, and included the following:

“We hold vigils outside this synagogue because Beth Israel is a political institution as well as house of worship, using its faith to promote a nationalist political agenda”

The following photograph serves to confirm our allegation that BIC serves as a national (but not OUR national) political agenda. Yellow Israeli license plates are (sorry, Christians and Muslims) reserved for Jewish citizens of the state of Israel. And, when used as vanity plates in Ann Arbor, they serve notice that the bearer holds allegiance to a foreign state, as well as (perhaps) a sly “F*** You to protesters .

Another possible Israeli dual citizen is Neal Elyakin, also a BIC congregant. You may remember Elyakin as the Jew targeted Ali Ramlawi’s candidacy in the =last election to City Council=. Here’s a snapshot of the snappy red convertible Elyakin drives to his house of warship on nice weather days.


Witness for Peace
America First Not Israel
Henry Herskovitz
Jan. 27 4 vigilers
Feb. 3 ? vigilers
Feb. 10 4 vigilers
Feb. 17 4 vigilers
Feb. 24 4 vigilers
Mar. 3 3 vigilers

2 Responses to “Report on Beth Israel vigil 03-03-18”

  1. Brenda Brown

    Unbelievable re the yellow number plates. How infantile. Wonder if it is happening elsewhere…
    We’ll done, you fantastic activists!

  2. Clif Brown

    The winter demonstration photo is great. Come rain or shine, injustice prevails in Israel and the OT, so should protesting against it.
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