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''If even two or three percent of the probably EIGHTY MILLION gun owners utilized JPFO's material, we would not have 'gun control' in America today.''
Aaron Zelman, Founder of JPFO
A Mazel Freedom Press and JPFO publication, this is a potent new weapon in the intellectual arsenal of liberty. The Mitzvah, by AARON ZELMAN and L. NEIL SMITH, is a novel of today ''for those who love freedom -- and for those who should''.
When John Greenwood, a Catholic priest from Chicago -- and a liberal ''child of the 60s'' -- suddenly learns that he's a Jewish Holocaust orphan, he asks desperately, what does that make him? Is he Catholic or Jewish? American or German? Who's right, his pacifist mentors, or his newfound family, some of whom died fighting Hitler? Do his liberal beliefs encourage freedom or slavery? Is the real agenda of the United Nations to destroy the Bill of Rights?
John's mind spins as his struggle to find answers, for himself, his foster parents, his real family, and his long lost love, plays out against a background of real events in America and the world today.
And when John finally speaks out ... the government responds.
Sadly, the majority of Jews in America do not embrace all of the Bill of Rights for all Americans. The Mitzvah was written in the hope of changing that. A ''mitzvah'' is a good deed or a blessing. Many will wonder if the story is fiction or fact, but they'll say ''The Mitzvah'' is a blessing in our time.
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