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June 27, 1975 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

place of Jesus' birth in Beth-
also were built in other
lehem and of his crucifixion
parts of the country at the
and resurrection in Jerusa-
sites of various miracles and
lem.
significant events and in
On these sites magnifi- commemoration of impor-
cent churches were built,
tant Christian figures.
relics of which are embodied
There are several holy
places around the Sea of
in the churches of the Nativ-
ity and of. the Holy Se-
Galilee; Kfar Nahum
pulchre, though the present
(Capernaum) was the site
of many of Jesus' miracles
structures date from var-
ious later periods. Churches
and is considered sacred,

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as is the Mount of Beati-
tudes, the site of the Ser-
mon on the Mount.

The miracle of the wine is
commemorated at Kfar
Kana and that of the fish
and the bread at Tabgha.
aia Nazareth is regarded as a
a+ holy city in that it has a
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ill• of the Cross is reputedly on
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wood for the cross was
taken.
The main Moslem holy
site is the complex of build-
ings known in Arabic as
Haram al-Sharif and was
erected after the Arab con-
quest of Jerusalem at var-
ious times on the immense
platform of the Temple
Mount. The site is domi-
nated by the Dome of the
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receptions, special meetings
center of the mosque, Mo-
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hammed is said to have as-
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As with most of the other
Moslem holy places in the
country, the real origin of
the veneration lies in Mo-

Hebrew U. Cites
U.S. Economist

JERUSALEM — Nobel
Prize-winning economist
Prof. Kenneth J. Arrow of
Harvard University received
an honorary PhD degree
from the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem.
A scroll cited Prof. Ar-
row's pioneering contribu-
tions to economic thought,
especially 'on social choice
theory, general equilibrium
theory and the economic
structure of information.

Israel Worshippers
May Carry Guns

JERUSALEM (Z1N6) —
The regular worshippers in
Jerusalem's synagogues will
be given weapons for their
protection, according to a
statement by Yehudeh Ap-
pel, commander of civil de-
fense.
,z The worshippers are ex-
pected to take their weapons
into th-e synagogue with
them so that they may be
handy in case of need.

hammed's respect for the
earlier monotheisms. The
tombs of the patriarchs in
Hebron and of King David
on Mount Zion were both re-
garded as holy. Nabi Rubin
at Nahal Sorek is revered as
the grave of the biblical
Reuben.
However, there are some
exclusively Moslem graves.
Among them are those of
Salih, who lived before Mo-
hammed and is mentioned
in the Koran, in Ramleh,
and, in Herzliya, Sayyiduna
Ali, a Moslem who fell in
the wars against the crusad-
ers in the 13th Century.
More curious is Nebi Musa
(the tomb of Moses), on the
road to Jericho, which from
the time of Saladin became
the scene of an annual pil-
grimage dated by the Chris-
tian calendar to rival the
Easter pilgrimages. Islam
also claims a part of the
shrines devoted to Mary, the
mother of Jesus, and Mos-
lems are entitled to pray in
Church of the Nativity and
that of the Tomb of the Vir-
gin outside the eastern wall
of Jerusalem.
The holy place of the Sa-
maritans is Mount Gerizim,
where, according to their
tradition, Abraham bound
Isaac, and the Temple
should be built. Every year
the sacrifice of the paschal
lamb takes place there.

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NEW YORK (ZINS)

Ezer Weizmann, Israel mili-
tary leader and former com-
mander of the Israel Air
Force, addressed the last
meeting of the national ex-
ecutive committee of the
Zionist Organization of
America in New York City
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ZOA Hears Israel
Military Official

The latest Gallup polls
taken in May show Jackson
as being the favorite of only
six percent of the voters,
compared with Ted Ken-
nedy who got 36 percent;
George Wallace, 15 percent;
Hubert Humphrey, nine

The Bahai revere the
place in Haifa, where Mitza
Ali Muhammad is buried. A
beautiful shrine has been
built there. Near Acre is the
grave of Baha-Allah (after
whom that religious move-
ment is called), who was
buried in the house in which
he lived and died in exile.

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percent; and Edmund Mu-
skie, eight percent.

WASHINGTON, D.C.
(ZINS) — Henry Jackson,
regarded as the "mightest
Democrat" in the U.S. Sen-
ate, is striving hard to win
the nomination of his party
as Presidential standard-
bearer, but the odds are not
in his favor.

For the Druze, Nabi Shu
'ayb, the grave of Jethro,
the father-in-law of
Moses, is a main focus for
pilgrimage at Kfar Hattin.
They adore other graves
too, e.g. Nabi Sabalan
(Heb. Zebulun, one of Ja-
cob's sons), in the Galilee.

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Jackson May Lose Dem Nomination

Volume Describes Non-Jewish Holy Places Found in Israel

Several Christian holy
places are found throughout
Israel . According to the
Encyclopaedia Judaica, they
are almost all connected
with the life and death of
Jesus of Nazareth.
After recognition of the
Church by Constantine
(312-336 CE), his mother,
Helena, visited the Holy
Land. She established the

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