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Mayor Wildes speaks out an anti-Gadhafi rally

Mayor Michael Wildes of Englewood, New Jersey
Mayor Michael Wildes
ENGLEWOOD, N.J. - Mayor Michael Wildes of Englewood, New Jersey addressed attendees of an anti-Gadhafi  rally on Sunday, August 30.

Mayor Wildes and Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, the founder of This World: The Values Network - and the immediate neighbor of the Libyan Mission to the United Nations where Muammar Gadhafi had planned to take up residence in September - organized the communal rally of Englewood residents to oppose Gaddafi's plans.

New Jersey Senator Frank Lautenberg, Governor Jon Corzine, Congressman Steve Rothman, Rabbi Shmuel Goldin of the Ahavath Torah Congregation, Rabbi Zev Reichman of the East Hill Congregation, Rabbi Jeffrey Fox of Kesher Congregation, communal leaders, and members of the families of Pan Am 103 were in attendance.
 
Pictured: Englewood Mayor Michael Wildes addressing the crowd at the anti-Gadhafi rally

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