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January 17, 1975 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Arabs' Animus Hurts Colleges

(Continued from Page 1)
declarations from students,
who enjoy all rights and
privileges of students in the
university. Some Arab stu-
dents made remarks and
afterwards all the Arab stu-
dents left the hall in protest.
The Haifa University, tak-
ing into consideration that
in its region is the greatest
concentration of Arab young-
sters in Israel, has made
many facilities available to
Arab students.
As the common standard
of Arab high schools was not
at the same level as in He-
brew schools, the university
authorities introduced special
courses for Arab students to
facilitate their progress in
4 t"
studies. Special teach-
r.
the university helped
L A Arab students before
each test. The university au-
thorities encouraged friendly
relations between Jewish and
Arab students, but it turned
out that the Arab students
became ardent admirers of
Arafat and .opponents of Is-
rael.
A similar situation involves
500 Arab students in the
Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem. The university has

decided to keep patrol guards
of students on the campus
and in the dormitories in
order to defend them against
terrorist attacks. The Arab
students refused to take part
in the guards. The Jewish
students who are living to-
gether in the dormitories
appealed to the university
authorities to compel the
Arab students to take part
in the guards.
During the last years good
relations were maintained at
Hebrew University between
Jewish and Arab students,
but the last event marred
the relations because the
Jewish students maintained,
that they were not obliged to
guard the Arab students
against terrorist attacks. The
Arab students reacted with
nationalist anti-Israeli slo-
gans.
In both universities, in
Haifa and Jerusalem, ex-
treme leftist and Marxist
circles of Jewish students in-
cite the Arab students to
adopt an anti-Israeli attitude
and to publish solidarity
declarations for Arafat. Both
universities are adopting now
urgent steps in order to re-
store good relations between
Jewish and Arab students.

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4-Year Old Starts New Life

(Continued from Page 1)
Friends the family has
made since coming to De-
troit and representatives of
Jewish community organiza-
tions attended the brit and
extended congratulations to
the parents. To some the Ka-
zavchinskys spoke Russian,
to others Yiddish or German,
or in halting English.
The father noted that
though Yiddish was not of-
ficially taught in Russia, it
is kept alive by the older
people and passed on in fam-
ilies. "I was told that my
own father — a captain in
the Red Army — had be-
lieved so much in the prom-
ise of the Revolution that he
did not want me to be cir-
cumcized; that our family
had to use physical force to
allow me my birthright. .. .
I wanted this very, very
much for my own son."
"There is one thing more,"
Mayah Kazavchinsky said,
smiling, 'Alex and I want to
get married again . . . in a
Jewish ceremony. . . . Seven
years ago," she halted and

Rabbinical Assembly
Plans 75th Parley

NEW YORK — Evolving
changes in Conservative Ju-
daism in the past 75 years in
the interpretation of Halakha,
the role of the rabbi and the
responsibility of the syna-
gogue in Jewish education
will be the subjects of three
major discussion sessions at
5th anniversary conven-
of the Rabbinical As-
sembly to be held April 20-
24 at Grossinger Hotel here.
The president of the
Rabbinical Assembly, Rabbi
Mordecai Waxman, will de-
liver the keynote address on
the convention theme, "The
Rabbinical Assembly at 75—
Retrospect and Prospect."

blushed, "we could not find
a rabbi. We were married
in a civil ceremony. . . . This
time," she looked toward
Rabbi Groner, "we have our
rabbi . . . in America."
Both of the Kazavchinskys
are studying English and pre-
paring for new lives in the
United States. They current-
ly reside in Oak Park.

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