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July 09, 1971 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-07-09

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Kahane's Critics Respond Coolly on David Frost TV Show

NEW YORK (JTA) — The issue
of Soviet Jewry will take up
virtually all of today's edition of
the 90-minute syndicated "David
Frost Show. – -"
The television program, taped
here June 28, featui- es. in order
of appearance, Rabbi ?Heir
Kahane, national chairman of the
Jewish Defense League: Dore
Schary, playwright and honorary
chairman of the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith: and Prof.
Hans J. .Morgenthau, political
scientist at the University of Chi-
cago and City College here.
Rabbi Kahane defends .JDL
tactics by remarking: "I think it's
very easy for people xvho have
lived in this country and do have.
freedom to sit back and say.
it's not nice to do certain things
to Russian diplomats'. That's quite
right. It isn't nice. A \var is never
nice. This is in effect a war be-
tween the Soviet Union and Jews.

Soviet diplomats' lives should be • organizations as do-nothings on
made as bearable or unbearable Soviet Jewry until the advent of
as Soviet Jews' lives are." the JDL.
"Jewish agencies have not really
Denying that Jill, members
have ever engaged in bombing been a s thlaware. ' as the rabbi
or spitting, Rabbi Kahane says would have us believe, of what the
that nevertheless, "I am in problem has been," he says. "We
favor of any violence if ' it's have all worked very hard."
Morgenthatr - says he is "simply
necessary," even though
"violence is ugly — of that amazed at the naivete, if this is-
- the right word. of thinking that
there's no doubt."
by insulting RusSian diplomats on
Schary replies that this reason- the streets of New York You are
ing "is ,very strange to me," since going to sway the government of
"we really are not engaged in a the Soviet Union."
physical war — we're engaged in
lie explains: "While it • is very
a psychological war. a social war."
easy to incite young Jews in
He says he agrees with Rabbi New York to the kinds of mis-
Kahane- on Only one thing., "that
deeds which we have witnessed,
Soviet anti-Semitism is a reality."
it is very easy to forget . that
Other than that, "I dislike his. 3,000,000 Jews . are hostages to
tactics. his methods, his philosophy.
the government of the Soviet
I don't think the Jewish community
Union. And the government- of
can gain. anything . by violence." the Soviet Union can do with
Schary challenges Rabbi Kahane's
those Jews whatever it wants
criticism of the established Jewish
to. And this I think iS- a danger

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On.a lighter note, Rabbi Kahane
describes his protest to the New
York . Mets for having .too few
Jewish players as "a very, very
big put-on."
He tells Frost: "We telephoned
the Mets and we demanded 20.2
per cent of the Mets' roster to be
Jewish. We thought that.Art Sham-
sky' was lonely. And at the same
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second-baseman since apparently
there were none around. It was a
put-on. It was an absurdity which
apparently was so absurd that
everybody missed it."

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