Art by Avi Katz.
(photo credit: AVI KATZ)
ON JUNE 6, 1967, the day after the outbreak of the Six Day War, my fiancée Sharona and I were in suburban Philadelphia at the high school graduation of Sharona’s sister Suri.With one ear, we listened to the moving address of Elie Wiesel, author and journalist. The other ear was glued to a transistor radio, tuned to station KYW, listening to Israel’s then-foreign minister Abba Eban’s eloquent address to the United Nations Security Council.
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