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July 03, 1964 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-07-03

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Mohelim Conclude Training Course

On the Record

By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Note on a Dialogue . • .
The American Jewish Commit-
tee has in recent months been in
the forefront of a development
whose implementations could con-
ceivably eradicate in due time the
most important source of anti-
Semitism among Christians—eli-
mination of the belief in Jewish
guilt in the death of Christ.
Now it finds itself under fire
from two disparate sources—from
Orthodox and Reform Jewish ele-
ments. The critics are taking the
view that elimination of the dei-
cide concept is a purely theological
problem for our Christian friends
to solve and that no secular Jew-
ish organization has the compet-
ence or authority to intervene in
what they claim is an exclusively
Christian matter. These views
were aired rather sharply at the
Central Conference of American
Rabbis and at the annual conven-
tions of the Rabbinical Assembly
of America and of Young Israel.
This writer has never been an
enthusiastic supporter of the view
that knocking at Vatican doors

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will bring Jewish redemption. But
it would seem that concerted criti-
cism serves no purpose now. More-
over—and I hold no brief for the
American Jewish Committee—it
can be argued witth good merit
that AJC involvement in securing
a Vatican declaration on Jews that
would absolve our people of cul-
pability in the crucifixion of Christ
stemmed from considerations of
human relations rather than from
theological or religious motiva-
tions. -
In any event, this new dialogue
only illustrates anew the lack of
centrality in the American Jewish
community on meeting issues
transcending organizational ideo-
logies. .
Jews and Negroes . . .
In the struggle for Negro rights
over the past decade Jews have
played a role exceeded only by the
Negroes themselVes. In fact Jewish
involvement in the Negro cause
had reached a point where our pul-
pits were being transformed into
platforms of rights advocacy, often
to the neglect of essential Jewish
preachment.
One would think that this record
would be recognized by our Negro
friends, and translated into proper
attitudes. Yet there are indications
of mass - level - bitterness in the
Negro community against Jews,
aggravated no doubt by the fact
that the Jew is white and of an-
other religion. There are even
those, and this includes some so-
called sociologists, who claim that
Jews are the most prejudiced eth-
nic group in the United States.
There is no way of determining
the basis for that incredible con-
clusion. A recent wholly incredible
survey by the University of
Chicago showed that 77% of the
Jews interviewed indicated a high
degree of anti-Negro prejudice.
However, the professors who made
the study later admitted it was in-
adequate since the questionnaire
included an explosive question on
intermarriage.
Of course there are pockets of
prejudice in the Jewish community
against Negroes, but whoever says
that 77% of our people are sin-
ners in that regard simply doesn't
know what he is talking about and
is in addition ignorant of the Jew-
ish climate.

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