Jewish Americans Share Israel's Pain Jews in the Detroit area are watching events in the Middle East closely and reacting with a mixture of solidarity and anxiety.
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Jewish Americans Share Israel's Pain

Jewish Americans Share Israel's Pain

Jewish Americans Share Israel's Pain

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For the members of Congregation Shaarey Zedek, one of metro Detroit's largest synagogues, events in Israel and Lebanon carry a sense of immediacy. Guy Raz, NPR hide caption

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For the members of Congregation Shaarey Zedek, one of metro Detroit's largest synagogues, events in Israel and Lebanon carry a sense of immediacy.

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About 5,000 people showed up for a recent rally in support of Israel in West Bloomfield, Mich. Guy Raz, NPR hide caption

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Michael Weiss is an 82-year-old Holocaust survivor who ran a dry cleaning shop in Detroit for much of his life. For him, events in the Mideast -- and the worrisome specter of anti-Semitism around the world -- are ominously familiar. Guy Raz, NPR hide caption

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