Throughout his life, Lustiger shows a Jewish consistency. He saw horour that man perpetrate on his fellow being, and he engaged his whole resources to bring about Tikun Olam. That is the salient impression one can make out of his life-oeuvre. He made himself so approchable- do not gorget, the 40s and 50s were such a new dawn for humanity- to listen to the drum of his fellow human being's heart. He was as emotional as intellectual; longing for a world where the difference should bring the house down on the different ones. He was the product of the Great Jewish Female Thinker- who also converted- Simone veil, writing in the 30s what actually Lustiger realised in his life, the abolition of the constant pressure on the French Jew to make his way in the Society only as a Catholic. With the immigration from Morocco and Tunisia, Algerian's Jews, such a temptation is being disregard as their religiousity already is full of tolerance, and accept the other without being under the pressure to convert to be a success in a Christian or a Muslim state.
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from the article: 'He'd say kaddish for his mother'