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Caption on print: "During a state visit to Israel last month, Bobi Ladawa Mobutu, wife of Mobutu Sese Seko, president of Zaire, paid a call on a Na'amat day nursery in Tel Aviv. Mrs. Mobutu (center) is shown taking part in a folk dance with some of the children. At left is Ziva Lahat, whose husband, Shlomo, is mayor of Tel Aviv; at right is Masha Lubelsky, secretary general of Na'amat. Na'amat's programs on behalf of children, women and young people receive major American support from Pioneer Women/Na'amat, which is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year.
"284-8 In Emmanuel the religious town being built in the Shomron 400 copies fo the "TANYA" book- the book that stands at the foundation of the "Habad" hasidic mouvement [sic]. The book was printed at the request of the Shalom Dov Baruch who is a Habadnik and lives in Emmanuel, it was printed in a special van equiped with a printing press that travels the country and prints the "TANYA" whever [sic] requested. The 400 copies of the book were distributed to yeshivot in Emmanuel." B & W.
Six people standing in front of a white Variety Club of B.C. van.
Caption note removed from back of print: "23/8/93 DON'T GIVE IN! Against the backdrop of the world's largest billboard, declaring "Israel Is In Danger, Don't Give In," Israeli activists of the Chabad Hasidic movement, also known as Lubavitch, have taken to the streets to oppose handing over any land to the Arab states.
Caption removed from back of print: "6.2.93 BIGGEST MESSAGE IN THE MIDDLE EAST This 80 meter billboard, located in one of Tel Aviv's busiest junctions, is part of a massive billboard campaign that recently rocked Israel and the rest of the world. It bears the message, "Welcome King Messiah", and features a picture of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. On January 31st, Lubatvitcher Chassidim publicly acknoledged [sic] the Rebbe as the Messiah in an internationally telecast ceremony. They base this acknowledgement on the fact that he has fulfilled all the criteria for the Messiah set forth in Jewish law.