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Title: Fahter-Son
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Subject: Miscellaneous
Date: October 17, 1997
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It is a father’s duty to take care of his children at all times but the father of all humans could not follow this duty so how would the other Jewish fathers be able to follow it. The terrors of holocaust were so bizarre that even the god could not stay there and face it...
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The terrors of holocaust were so bizarre that even the god could not stay there and face it. This caused a lot of Jews to lose their faith in god and causing their relation to break up. Similarly Elie, who was praying to god to for “the strength never to do what Rabbi Eliahu’s son has done” has also abandoned his father during the time of need...
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