A holiday for questioning and hope.
For rejoicing in freedom.
And standing up to tyranny and oppression.
For remembering the birth of our nationhood.
And the responsibilities that go with nationhood.
(“Do not mistreat or oppress the stranger, for you were strangers in the land of Egypt.” Ex.22.20)
As you celebrate Pesach, we hope you will add to the traditional words of yearning that end the Seder. Not just “next year in Jerusalem,” but “next year in a Jerusalem of true peace and co-existence.”
And we hope you will not just yearn, but strive to make this goal a reality.
Thank you for all you have done in the past. Please donate generously again so that we can continue to support Peace Now. They need us now more than ever.
We wish you and your family a joyous and meaningful Passover.
Gabriella Goliger, Sheldon Gordon, Reuven Shultz and the Board for Canadian Friends of Peace Now