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Fast Day Proclaimed for German Jewry for Sunday Week by Union of Orthodox Rabbis: Prayers of Supplic

The Union of Orthodox Rabbis in Germany has proclaimed the Seventh Day of Adar (coinciding with Sunday, February 14th.) as a day of fasting and supplication to avert the distress which is threatening Germany, both economic and political and to pray to God for better times.

All orthodox Jew in Germany are called upon by the Rabbis to observe this day as a day of strict fasting and to spend the whole day in synagogue as on Yom Kippur to implore the Divine Mercy upon their country.

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