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Slomovitz

HuntanROI-
orinDeter
rom Following.Crimina Orders . Recalling Detroir7WOmen ZiOniSt Pioneers
An, attempt; todefend,7- Crime on the ground that soldiers or those
Hada.

60th anniveriery is an occasion not merely for national
in the employ : of lgoverrimenti are• obligated to follow orders has observance ' ssah's
but also for. recrillectionS :alidut - local pioneer leaders' in
created :a imajoi human Obalienge. How does one comprimise with the movement
brutality 'untie+ oftlertf:..-
When Henrietta ' Szold- wee moved to 'create the movement that
A: horrifying: example if )15,v criminality can be treated with in-
difference. when the claim vanced that there were orders not to - grew to such great proportions, she was associated- with "What Was
then
the Federation of American Zionists whose name under Mr.
be ignored. was provided hthe'trial last week, in Vienna, 'of Walter
Dejace; the ,Nazi whO bidittheAliachwitz gas chambers which more Justice Louis • D.. Brandeis was, changed to 'Zionist 'Organization' Of
America. Miss Szold then directed the education department :of the
than 01::090: 7ewa
were murdered.

Imagine .0ouri; tutn$,;:yr vote of 5-3 of.the-judges-that the Predecessor Iii nameX of the ZOA
In" Detroit ; Mirfaiii- qiershinaii, the wii e of Rabbi Abraham.M.,
accosectAlite tait liear;reien.:".reinate" guilt for the mass-murders! And
the designs ; or.thelait;eliaMberit so clearly provided for furnaces and Hershman, was the, first to assume Hadassah ,leadership. - She was
eleetile ,:elevators to transport:Corpses to ovens! How can jurists act joined by Dora (Tare. Joseph H. Ehrlich_ Among the pioneers whiz
as the Viennese , didlin :Cleat„,ecinscience?, Did, they,• tort, take orders labored with them were Jeanette_ Steinberg; Mrs. Henry Weinstein and
Sarah (Mrs- :..hloah, E.)•- Artnistam.- Sally Wetsman, who_ labored_ in
to be•. coniitine
The Current. issue of Atlantic contains a most significant essay on Hadassah - whin - ahe becanie Mrs, Ralph Davidson, before, her
the sUbject.-It deals with :"The Ghosts of Nuremberg" by a participant marriate, 'secretary of the local Zionist District (ZOA) when - Rabbi
in the trial's "proceedings; Philipp Fehl. It is a most challenging re- Hershman was the president. (That's when this commentator, com-
view of what had occurred and the importance of the _author's con- ing to Detroit from the U. of M., enrolled in the. ZOA under Rabbi
Hershman and has not deviated party affiliation from 1919 on). Then
clusions lie in a quotation from Scriptures: , -
there was Hattie' Gittelinin: There were others who paved the' way
Philipp Fehl, after outlining the frustrations, the drastic experi- in a pioneering
spirit for women's Zionist involvements.
ences, makes these comments in the course of which he referred to
an incident in the Bible:
For these women who did not shirk Zionist responsibilities, there
"If our imagination is attuned to compassion, the awareness was no question about the political aspect of the movement. We had
of our responsibilities will not lag behind. Socrates onee said he to plead for support with our own:government, we needed to labor

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NEW -YORK f.fTA):.L.:ThV;presi-
dent- . of the - - AfricanAnierican
Teachert'iAisoCiation slid he
"appalled" -;it'the':ition of the
of tnai
Brith in labeling the ATA "anti-
Serilitic" because' ,of the 'two
organizations ''disagree an the

approach ' - 'to -Black-Jewish
'
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If a Jew "disagreed" with a
black program, Albert' Vann told
the Jewiah'Telwanhfe Agency, it
would be unfair to label: himauto-
matically "antkblaelt"
Vann was responding- In charges
by the -ADL that funds' to

the ATA from the Department of

Health,. Education 'and Welfare
were being "used td subsidize
racial 'or religious' hatred," epit-
orrilied by "WhitttheADL -said were
anti-Set- tide- - quotations t Forum,
the "ATA's" -jouinal; hi' 1967 and
1968;' by 'fernier 'ATA•iiffiCial Les-
lie Campbell13114 News, and

through political channels to - compel Great -Britain to adhere to, pledges
had a daimon who, when be. was'..theat.
to the-- lewiskpecipIe,,we had`: France to - deal with. Zionism remains by ATA - official 'Tyrone: Woods in
Prevented him from doing it. But,2 -OU -to 49- -,10233ePtin
a WI:MI radio broadcast-'on -Jan.
SoCrates , had the a political
idea. larael'i'politics are ISrael's business; yet all parties
courage to listen to his daimon. For:.-therest•Of
a force exercises itself In a certain shyness to cooperate' with have preferenceOn !maaz:there is no question, for example, about
'Vann -
he did not' recall
evil, which used to be called .the,•fear. of •God.. Whether we think World Zionist Organization executive head Louis Aryeh Pincus being thequotations
and.'Wanted' to
a 'Labor Zionist and Histadrut .partisan. Therefore those who would know quotations
we are atheists or not, we sluitiWatteinnt to'reeottpier:-
if
the),
had.been
taken out
ness of the cavilling of this obitileteJerni:'PerhaPS, if we 'read nilnimize the= Zionist Political:role'. should quit., theirkiddin'.
context „by the .ADL.. He also
It is good to be able to recollect with 'appreciation the noble of
it • slowly, we can learn again 'to derive eciinfort and' guidante
asked whit "
statements
from a passage in Exodus (Chapter I, .Verses 15 to 22) which Women who bulicta -great movement. They left a splendid heri-
several' -Years ago were
provides and praises the. example of two simple Israelite women tage that gives so muchglory to those who presently are in the Hades- just now being raised by the
sali
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Wornen's .2i0OiSt7Organization.
who, In a desperate situation, were noeiffizgether. kaolin* but
ADL.
whose actions were pleasing in the eyes Of :19oCtindldeterinined.

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Advised of Varizi's 'rebuttal to the
the course of history for the better:

ADL's Irwin Siiall, the
Moving
.S.lori'Ofirini;nesitre
Comradeship
Briai
Brith - unit's "doritestic fact-
"'And the king of Egypt spake to the Hebreii 'midwives,
It is not only the
a final request th t he be given a strictly religious finding director; tolit- the JTA that
of which the name of the one was Shiplirak ' a tend ,- the:intme
the other Pnah: and he said, When ytia - cld:the officeT:4 tt-O2111 7.1 Initial that dretripeeiat attention to the affection Israelis had for one in' seeing educators' in.' terms of
Wits-ablest leaderabutA
wife to the Hebrew women, and see - thentimonffe
I was th
the genius for leadership that lifted religion,- Vann wis 'concocting "a
if it be a son, then you shall kill him : hut if ft- ba a daughter; MoslcAneh to- Fgreatheights. He had turned Communist--and that may Jewish- 'con
' spiraekl'''''lla ,:polizted
have
cost
then she shall live. But the , midwives feared God, and did not
him the opportunity to become Israel's prime minister—and out that ADL'sliroteit to HEW
do as the king of Egypt=tonsiziended thein;:'.1bett _geoid : the-00n when the-Soviet Unionbecamanniritilentlr - antagonistic to Israel he was Secretary- Elliot , L. Richardson
listed a nnail5er of ether" in-
children alive. And the king of Egypt .seallittlet.thninkftiivOi. the loyalist In his country's defense.
and said unto them; - Why have-yon done 'thik' thing - 'and -hat*:
Appreciation,-
`great-qualitlei yips in 'evidence at the funeral stances of "anti-Semitic" state-
Ot'
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—it
liii
saved the men children alive? And the midwives said unto
j tviiereinialt- theie Were no eulogies. The leaders ments by ATA -_ leaders beyond
Pharaoh, Because the Hebrew women • are not as 'the Egypti^n of all parties were there, with Prime MiniSter Golda Meir at the side those indicated 'torthe , press...the
women: for they are lively, and are delivered even before the of the widow, Dr. Hanna Sneh. The religious spokesmen, Communists, most ,recent one being in the No-
vember: 1971 Forum..
midwife comes to them. And God dealt well with the mid- lierut-f -all were_ there. - .
-- "---"ews---- ■ -4wives: and the people multiplied, and waxed very mighty. And
They were there to recall that' he had been a' leader in Zionism
it came to pass, because the midwives feared God, that He when his name was still,Moshe - Kleinbaum; that he had been com- Socialist Denies'
made them houses.' "
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mander-in-chief of Hagana and bore the name- coinmander Amram.
Parables are not always applicable, but they inspire. There have
The Radish was. recited by-.- a religious. leader-with fervor be- Backing -Pcilettin.iani
been many who were inspired into strong-willed determination not to cause the d eaied, With. whom
TEL 'AVIV, -(ITA):Frencii'So-
who many - differed politically, had been
be led toward criminal paths. Under Nazism, in Vietnam, during the a mong the creators ofstatehoo d ' and security,for.the state. -
cialist Party leader:Francoli Mit-
Pakistani horrors, men under arms followed orders. They lacked
terand
denied -Tuesday having ex-
In his death, Moshe memory
emork was ; ekpressed in an atmo- 'pressed..
the daimon to deter them. There is a guide in the Bible story that s phere of national unity in which Merit
support, for . -the demands -
was acknowledged and corn-
adds guidance to a human role in society.
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the
Tftlistinitizt:
refugees to be
adeship restored. ,
:Permitted tereturn to-their:former
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hoznea,fitilsraet
Mental Disorders Among Propagators of Terrorism
:- Re •arrived - zit 'Lydda Airport at
Bonn's Arab Accord: New Danger to Israel
A report from Cairo in the Italian newspaper L'Europeo stated
Communist East Germany is known to be anti Israel. West Ger- thnhead of. six-member Socialist
Party
:delegation for
four-day ,
that the president of Libya, Muanunar al-Kadaffi, was treated three m any has obligations and has been on a - friendly basis with the Jewish
t y .as
.s:the-g ne i lt of "Israe l's Labor
times by Egyptian experts for mental disturbances and that before s tate. Yet, it is now indicated in the German International magazine
A
nt*,
his death Nasser, who had been respected by Kaddafi, "chided him t hat treaties being promulgated 'between
p
v
i4t
being
til
be
esti:
the two states "must involve
for a few weeks before his death in 1970 for exploding at King Bus- r estrictions," and these are believed to. be seriously affecting the Mid- by reporters about the 'alleged
statement:Pditterand -denied having.
sein after the Jordanian king advised Kadaffi in a friendly way to di e East conflict.: - . -
Said at tiMarchli PreeS:Conference
consult with a psychiatrist."
The German periodical (English language) reports - on a 'meeting at his Partir-headqUarters in - Paris
Another interesting report about Kaddafi appeared recently in German Chancellor Willy Brandt had with -Abdul Khalik Hasiouna, that "I- am nn the -side of all' op-
the Times of Malta which 'stated that Colonel Kaddafi "decided to s ecretary general' of the Arab League. It states that Brandt and. FOC-
nations7of -the world, in-
cancel all use in Libyan passports of any language except Arabic. e ign- Minister _K assured Ha”ouna that "the delivery. of arms :pressed
eluding the -
Kaddafi told the newspaper's correspondent that if any country im- a nd the payment of compensation to Israel had. ceased: and.. that -
saittlie-had
the.
poses difficulties on Libyan citizens because of the new regulation, F ed eral Republic would never take sides in the Arab-Israeteonflict.
theineianitesnatttihntia2 to
Libyan border authorities will refuse to recognize any European Ian- A s a sign of good will on the German side, Hassouna's visit :Was that
him "a "'-statement .1.'Md Oct
guage in documents issued by other governments."
rowned by a gift:of - 50,000;000.D-marks from the Bonn.gevernment - - make" -Wail - aside' Pah*. hi- 46-
Are these indications of mental illnesses? Then how should one t o the Arab refugees."
Meets 'Intereatett::In ',interfering
judge the following description of Passover that was published in the
This is cause for concern. If it means "a new phase of collaborit- ..with hisaisitlelsraeL:-
Egyptian daily Al-Akhbar: ti on" between. Germany and the enemies
(It --weitlearnetle.ihere that` the
of Israel, we may be con-
"They have what is called the great feast of Passover, or the f ronted with=additional problems in seeking peace between Israel Frenc4,- ;SoclitibitTinty, ap-
prizvingMitterand!sTajitit to Israel;
feast of unleavened bread, which is conducted amid the letting of a nd the Arabi.
:-iejected _:sending - a parallel -
blood from a non-Jew. Following that, they take part of the flesh
Chancellor Brandt was sympathetic to the Russian Jews and delegationInItharAinti:countries.)
---
of the man and mix it with the matzot. The slaughter is done by the h as nromisekthat he will intercede for them with the Kremlin
Mittersind
" - :- refusett make -any,
rabbi himself - .. This is our enemy and this is his character . • . " a Iso has an obligation to assure Israel's secu
ritiFitalf
a
million
stn--
statetneittregartling Ihn: Palestinian
ru
Talk about insanities and inanities! „Psychiatrists might -be able 1 _ 1 , 1 ors from the Nazi brutalities
live in Israel. There is a serious
::trarit--to.acte first-
to cope with them, but diplomats certainly are put to the test them- u uty from GermanY - to assure-their welfare and survival, even- if refugees.:-`4
selves when they make so many concessions to these sufferers from
onn now feels a need to establish closer relations with the Arabs. 31=j-filet:Ida -in Mike statethent



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A funny (sic!) thing hapPened, last Sunday On the way to a
mythical American Mt. Zion.
At the meeting of the national board of the American Zionist
Federation, a declaration was issued threatening members of the
Zionist Organization of America with disfranchisement unless they
returned to AZF ranks.
That's a new gimmick erupting from anger - . .
Disfranchisement ?
Any wonder that some Jewish leaderships fail to gain con-
stituencies' respect ?.

2—Friday, March 17, 1972

USSR Selling Jewish ArchivesSealed :Away_ Since 017

MONTREAL (JTA) — Manu- seats' "the rescue of - the whole JeWish and non3Jewish sources to
scripts pertaining to Jewish life manuscript lore of Eastern
Euto finance the project, _the total cost
and lore in Eastern Europe, some pean Jewish learning."
- of which may reach $5 00,0P0-
of them at least 1,000 years old,
of: 'the
About 20,000 frames of 'micro-
are being: soldby the Soviet Union
All
enli and-
s ' ereof
-18th:-ba d°01 .. n Pe
some
to the National Library in Ottawa filth representing 40,000 pages of
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a
foarivacript,„thuch
of
it
band
writ-
s part of -a‘ new -cultural
exchange
'p dre
e ate
_
turY
ck (laarigin
-en—Patehment, have already -
_
= '
project.betiieen Canadian and•Ibis-. ten
akiiveicfra:n
31„--
c
ow.
Their.
sian scholars,_the JTA _has learned.
. had bl a torical: had .
According to David Rome, for-
They
clheen sealed witty in B alky-
rk y -is-
r:i con
relf°R4
niariso
mer director of .the Jewish Public the Soviet State Library
since
the
tweeni-nrigiOaiintarinscripte&and
Library in -Montreal who initiated Revolution in 1917..-So_far, $50,000 lateeknoten
-veal- tins of =the . Same
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS the exchange, the project repre : _has
_peen raised 'privately from

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