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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-02

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36 Friday, July 2, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Love of Truth

He that worketh deceit shall not be established be-
shall not dwell within My fore Mine eyes.
house; he that telleth lies
—Psalms

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Where There Is a Mezuza Present
the Jews Remember the Almighty

By RABBI SAMUAL FOX

(Copyright 1976, JTA, Inc.)

A Jew affixes a "mezuza"
on every door in his home
because it is so commanded
in the Bible (Deuteronomy,
Ch. 6). Some claim that it is
required so that the Jew
remembers that the Al-
mighty is omnipresent and
that his presence should be
sensed everywhere. This
consciousness of the Al-
mighty's presence can serve
to prevent. a Jew from
wrong-doing even in his
privacy.
The Kabalists (e.g., Re-
canati) consider the mezuza
as a means of protecting the
home and faith in the sym-
bol of the mezuza and a feel-
ing of security.
It might also be that the
mezuza is a means of keep-
ing the Jew constantly asso
ciated with the word of the
Almighty. Since the mezuza
contains a parchment scroll
upon which are written
some paragraphs from the
Scriptures, the word of the
Almighty is thus constantly
found in the presence of the
Jew.

BY JOAN BORSTEIN

(Copyright 1976, JTA, Inc.)

Kibutz Adamit is located
about a quarter mile from
the Lebanese border on a
high ridge overlooking the
farmlands of the Lower
Galilee and metropolitan
Haifa.

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the mezuza to be affixed in
a slanting position so that
both positions be partially
accepted.
Some claim that this deci-
sion is a model of ideal life
both outside the home and
inside the home, i.e., on both
sides of the doorpost to
which the mezuza is affixed.
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There are conflicting Tal-
mud opinions as to why the
mezuza is affixed in a slant-
ing position instead of ei-
ther horizontal or vertical.
There seem to be two con-
flicting opinions in Tal-
mudic literature. One con-
tends that the mezuza must
be affixed in a horizontal
position while the other as-
serts that the mezuza be af-
fixed in a vertical position.
The rabbis of later years
compromised in ordering

Although no terrorist has
ever entered the kibutz,
since the Yom Kippur War
approximately 70 have been
killed trying to penetrate
the area and several neigh-
boring settlements have
been victimized by PLO
gunmen. Kibutz members
regularly carry Uzi sub-
machine guns whether on
guard duty, eating in the
communal dining room, or
cultivating their peach or-
chards.
Most of Adamit's 41
members, 34 of whom are
American, are in their late
20's. They came because the
kibutz is small and young.
All male kibutz mem-
bers, accompanied by a
unit of eight reserve sol-
diers regularly assigned to
Adamit, take their turns
at guard duty. They also
serve in the army as do
many of the unmarried
Israeli girls. New immi-
grant women have been
given weapons training by
the military authorities.
A number of parents
(there are 19 children on
Adamit, the oldest 31/2) wor-
ried about the effects peri-
odic alerts might have on
their children.
"So far the only 'feedback'
we've gotten," said a young
father, "is that in the nur-
sery school a few miles
away, our children are con-
sidered very brave because
they live on a border kibutz
and occasionally have to
sleep in shelters."
The internal conflicts cur-
rently ravaging Lebanon
have kept terrorist activities
at a minimum, giving kibutz
members more opportunity
to "get out for an evening."
Many travel to Nahariya, a
nearby seaside resort, for a
special movie of a few hours
at a coffee house. The kibutz
itself hosts lecturers, na-
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Since the mezuza is af-
fixed to the doorpost and is
thus in a place through
which people move, the
Jew is thus reminded of
the need for consistency in
his faith. The love of the
Almighty which a Jew has
in his home must travel
with him as he moves
across the threshold from
his private domain to the
public thoroughfare. The
concern and politeness a
Jew may have in public
life must travel with him
as he crosses back into his
private domain from the
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