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September 03, 1965 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-03

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WON'T GRAIJDMA BE SORPRISED

WHEN 5HE, SEESME DRIVING? ff

DAD, CAN WE STOP AT ROGERS CITY

TO SSE THE, LIMESTONE QUARRY

ON THE WAY TO GRANDMAS ?

SHE SURE WILL , JANIQ.
I THINK A TRACTOR IG
AHEAD OF US. BETTER
Go PRI -17 SLOW

Luncheon Wednesday
to Honor Max Ostrow

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300,000 Newcomers Catholic Priest Is Making a Thorough Algiers Parley Called
• •


Seen for Israel
Study of the History
of Anti-Semitism, Improper Forum for
Squabble
by Eshkol for '70 Advocates a Deeper Understanding Israel-Arab
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Cyril

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Prime
"The Anguish of the Jews" by opposed to Jewish ascendancy
Minister Levi Eshkol told a crowd Edward H. Flannery, published by over, or equality with, Christians
of 13,000 border settlers near Is- ; Macmillan, is a most unusual and yet protective of basic rights
rael's Lebanese border Tuesday book. of Jews."
that 300,000 new immigrants are
The author, a Catholic priest,
The Inquisition, the Golden
expected by 1970, and many of reviews 27 centuries of anti-
Period in Spanish-Jewish his-
them will be settled in 42 new Semitism and packs into it many
tory that preceded it, the anti-
villages planned in the area.
details not generally known, caus-
Semitism of the Middle Ages
The Prime Minister spoke at ing his work to stand out as a
are shown to have ended in
the close of ceremonies which were highly scholarly work of research.
"utter deterioration of the Jew-
climaxed by the laying of corner-
Explaining the impetus that in-
ish image." A mark was left on
stones for four villages intended to spired him to write this book,
Jew and Christian, and Father
close gaps in Jewish settlement Father Flannery tells of a walk
Flannery sees the emergency of
along the border of Lebanon. He he had taken several years ago
a "Jewish mentality" as a re-
spoke in an amphitheater in Bir- with a young Jewish couple on
sult of the Middle Ages' bigo-
anit, a recently-established village. Park Avenue in New York. It was
tries.
The Jewish National Fund has -at Christmas time. The young
The miseries occasioned by the
cleared about 60,000 dunams (15,000 lady. seeing the illuminated cross Crusades, the lies that added to
acres) for cultivation in the area. on Grand Central Station, ex- hatred through the dissemination
But the livelihood of some settlers claimed: "That cross- makes me of such forgeries as the Protocols
will be derived from poultry, sheep shudder. It is like an evil pres- of the Elders of Zion, the ritual
breeding and the raising of minks ence."
murder libel and the actions pur-
and other furred animals. The four
He began to think and to act. sued by the Popes, positive and
new villages are named Hazon, He realized that anti-Semitism negative, \including the condem-
Shetula, Netua and Zerait.
does not even have mention in nation by Cardinal Ganganelli, are
history books, that the word "Jew" covered in this volume with great
does not appear in the story of seriousness.
Price of Abstinence
The emergence of anti-Semitic
The panhandler, seedy-looking in the Crusades, that Christians are
tattered clothes, stopped a pedes- unaware of the anti-Semitic im- movements in modern times, the
trian and asked for money, explain- pact. Father Flannery then states current hate movement in Argen-
in his explanatory introduction:
tina, developments in other lands
ing that he was hungry.
"The pages Jews have mem- are under discussion, and while
"Nothing doing," said the pedes-
orized have been torn from our the Flannery approach is Christo-
trian. "But come with me. I'll buy
histories of the Christian era. logical, there is no doubt about
you a drink."
In a sense, this book is a con-. its sympathetic aim and the de-
The Schnorrer shook his head.
tribution toward the reinsertion sire to expose the anti-Semitic
"Sorry" he said, "I don't drink.
of these pages."
virus with the aim of both ex-
But I'm hungry."
The Catholic author goes back piating for it and destroying it.
"Why don't you let me buy you
Flannery sees a "Jewish com-
a few good cigars," suggested the to earliest times to trace the be-
plicity in the growth of anti-
ginnings of anti-Semitism, to de-
other.
Semitism" but it does not "less-
Again the offer was declined. "I scribe the many steps in the move-
en Christian responsibility."
ments of hate fOr the Jews. He
don't smoke either."
There are interesting, if not
"Well then," the man on the goes back to pre-Christian times
street continued, "how's this for to show the antagonisms against provocative concluding statements
an offer. I have a good tip on a the Hebrews and later against in Flannery. He declares:
"For the Jew the temptation is
horse. I'll put up the money and Jews in early Christian, in medi-
eval and in modern times.
to nurture a grievance against the
you'll keep the winnings."
Every land and every era are progeny of his persecutors and
"But I don't gamble either," said
the panhandler. "Just let me have under review. There were protec- indulge in some degree of anti-
tive periods, times when there was Christianity. It is here that he
something to eat."
"That's all I want to know," ex- tolerance and dual practices in- courts the danger of falling prey
claimed the other. "Now you come volving tolerance mixed with per- to the very charge he has been
able to level against the anti-
to my house for dinner. I want my secutions.
Thus. Father Flannery points Semitic Christian, that of holding
wife to see what happens to a man
who does not smoke, drink or gam- out, "the Church's policy posses- a people accountable for the sins
sed .a dual characteristic, at once —real or imagined—of some of its
ble!"
ancestors. For what is the differ
ence, in justice, between holding
Jews to account for the death of
'Christ and holding present-day
Christians responsible for medi-
eval massacres of Jews? The guilt
of Christian or Jew is neither col-
lective nor retroactive.
"The final objective of a study
of anti-Semitism for the Christians
need not be, as some say, an act
of contrition; nor for the Jew, an
accusation; but rather for both a

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Rodgers Wright, foreign minister
of Sierra Leone, said his govern-
ment would oppose any attempt to
raise the question of the Israel-
Arab dispute at the forthcoming
conference of Afro-Asian nations to
be held in Algiers.
Wright, who concluded a state
visit to Israel Monday said that
Sierra Leone does not consider the
Algiers conference the proper for-
tun for the airing of the Israel-
Arab dispute.
The visitor also promised his
country's support for Israel's claim
to membership in the "Group of
77" developing countries within the
United. Nations. The Arab states
oppose Israel's inclusion in the
group, which is considered an im-
portant step in Israel's struggle for
political recognition as an Asian
country.
Wright left for the United Na-
tions where he will head his coun-
try's delegation to the General
Assembly.

Irwin I. Cohn, Norman Cottler
and Otto A. Silvers will host a
luncheon in honor of Max Ostrow
next Wednesday in the Sheraton
,:mmamk,
Room of the
Sheraton - Cadil-
lac Hotel.
Jacob Barmore,
Israel consul
general for the
Midwest, will be
guest speaker.
Notables in civic
and communal
affairs have been
invited to pay
tribute to Ostrow
who has been de-
signated "B n a
David Man of the
Year" and who
Cottler
will be honored
at the Bnai David Salute to Israel
dinner on behalf of Israel Bonds.
Councilman Mel Ravitz will be
the guest speaker at a Cong.
Beth Moses pre-High Holy Day
leadership reception to be hosted

by Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Manson
at their home, 20081 Vaughan,

8:30 p.m. Sept. 21. The reception
is in advance of the Beth Moses
Israel Bond Appeal.

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and of one another. It can be no
more; yet if it is only this, the
initial and indispensable step to-
ward further and fruitful rap-

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Israel's chemical and mineral industries have received a major
boost with Israel Bond investments. Here we see the conveyor belt
at the new potash plant in S'dom under construction. Potash
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prochements have been taken."
In a sense, this is an excellent
Christian defense. While the emi-
nent Catholic priest reviews the
history of anti-Semitism with con-
siderable skill, he does often gloss
over basic Christian sins. By
equating them with some Jewish
faults, he does not assure exonera-
tion. Some of the faults, the com-
plicity, is the result of the Chris-
tian root of anti-Semitism.
Thus "The Anguish of the Jews"
is in large measure Christological.
But it is a most sympathetic, seri-
ous and thorough study.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30—Friday, September 3, 1965

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