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October 30, 1970 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-30

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Jerusalem Nun Sees Changed Attitude in Palestine Arabs

NEW YORK (JTA)—The mother Palestinian Arabs toward Israelis,
superior of a convent in East Jeru-
asserted here that the recent civil
salem, discussing the attitudes of
war in Jordan may have been a
"turning point," but whether for
good or ill remains to be seen.
Mother Aline, who is on sabbati-
cal leave from the Ecce Homo
Convent on the Via Dolorosa, ad-
dressed a press conference at the
New York offices of the American
Jewish Committee.
She said that "until the civil

Nationally Known
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From Coast to Coast
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the civil war, and they have
realized that they cannot be
neutral."
Mother Aline said that Jerusalem
Arabs were now facing up to the
possibility of a separate Palestinian
state. Whether that state will be
friendly to Israel will depend on
many questions, one of which is the
degree of respect and friendship
that can be engendered between
Arabs and Jews," she said.
The French-born Roman Catholic
nun has been making contributions
in that direction since she first
came to Jerusalem in 1952. Shortly
after the Six-Day War she estab-
lished an ulpan at her convent to
teach Hebrew to Arabs, Arabic to
Israelis and both languages to
Christians.

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Border Settlement
Honors Joseph Weitz

SHETULA—The residents of the
village of Shetula on the Lebanese
border have decided to name the
settlement's swimming pool and
sports fields in honor of Joseph
Weitz, who headed the Jewish Na-

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founded one year ago by the sons
and daughters of immigrants from
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Tarr, director of Selective Serv-
ice, Council President Rabbi Solo-
mon J. Scharfman explained that
while Judaism is not a pacifist
faith in the sense that this term
is generally used, there is nothing
in Judaism that precludes "the
possibility of individuals develop-
ing conscientious objection to war
based on their understanding of
the moral imperatives of Jewish
tradition."
The Synagogue Council is an
umbrella organization embracing
'he lay and rabbinic wings of Re-
form, Conservative -and Orthodox
Judaism in America. Rabbi Scharf-
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"Jewish faith can indeed embrace
Tonscientious objection, and Jew-
ish religious law makes specific
for the exemption of
such moral objectors."

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JERUSALEM—A total of
$3,480,000 will be spent on land
reclamation for the 41 settlements
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