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October 08, 1971 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-08

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THE DETROIT 'JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 8, 1971-15

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3 Issue Leaflets Against the Govt.; 'Panthers' in Europe

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Three
youths arrested Friday for dis-
tributing anti-government leaflets
were released on bail Sunday.
Police said they would be charged
with criminal libel.
The three,- including an Israeli
Arab and a Jewish girl, were iden-
tified by police as members of
Matzpen, a small far-left organiza-
tion which is stridently anti-Israel
and espouses the views of the ex-
tremist Arab terrorist group, the
Popular Democratic Front for-the
Liberation of -Palestine. The third
youth was not immediately iden-
tified.
The leaflets, a copy of which was
found in the JTA ipailbox, accused
government leaders of committing
violence against the Black Pan-
thers, Israel's organization of Afro-
Asian slum youths, of robbing
"large poor families" and of ma-
ligning striking workers.
Israeli Black Panther leaders
Charlie Bitton, Danny Saeel and

LETTER BOX

Creative Services
Supported by Rabbi

Editor, The Jewish News:
f read, with great interest, your
editorial comments on the "Con-
temporary High Holiday Service,"
compiled by my friends and col-
league, Rabbi Sidney Greenberg
and S. Allan Sugarman.
I agree with all that you have
said, until the beginning of your
last paragraph: "While it can not
be acceptable as a prayer book for
a regular service in the adult com-
munity . . . "
I'm sure that you are aware
that the Sklar, as found today in
most synagogues, is acceptable
only to a minority of worship-
ers. It is my conviction that cre-
ative prayer material, such as
the work in question, will be-
come the norm rather than the
exception,. In the future.
At Ades Shalom, we have at-
tempted to come to grips with the
desire of young adults to make
their services more meaningful.
Such services are not meant to
take the place of our regular serv-
ices, but they provide the oppor-
tunity for young people to "do
their thing" religiously. We hope
to see this type of service continue
to meet the needs of our younger
members.
RABBI JONAS GOLDBERG

Eli Abigezer left for Italy and a Panthers plan to visit sympathi-
coeferenee there organized by zers in- France and Germany and
, an extra-parliamentary Marxist perhaps raise money.)
study grout)•
Bitton told newsmen that be and
colleagues were looking' forward
to meeting American and British
Black Panthers because "we idea•
tify with Them," although. the
groups are related only in name.
(After the conference, the Israeli

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Newspapers Rebuke
French Anti-Semitism

PARIS (JTA) — Anti-Semitism
in France, both present and past,
was extensively discussed in the
French press recently, when the
influential Le- Monde came out
with a full-page discussion on anti-
Semitism during the Vichy-era.
Ten Jewish and non-Jewish
readers discussed the claim of
lawyer Rene de Chambrun, who
claimed in this paper that his
father-in-law, the late pro-Nazi
Premier Pierre Laval, had helped
the Jews at that time.
- All of them contested this `view
and cited numerous examples of
French collaboration with the
Nazis, leading to the deportation
and ultimate killing of thousands
of French Jews. -
A similar controversy was
started by the showing of a French
film "Silbermann" on state tele-
vision. . -
The film shows the life, persecu-
tion and final - emigration of a
Polish-born . Jewish schoolboy, at a
French high school • during the
Dreyfus era. --
Three -French. papers; . France
Soir, the leftist Nouvel Oservateur
weekly and the Communist L'Hu-
inattite daily; denianded that -the
film "not be shown, - charging that
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