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showed great willingness to make
I close with a warm appeal to the
Jews of Germany, in spite of the present difficult economic
ute as best as they can to the building of a Jewish homeland in Palestine. This is not
to be confused with an act of charity; it is rather an enterprise whose success has to
concern all Jews and that promises to become a source of the most resounding sat-
isfaction for us all.