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December 03, 1976 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Education, Rev. Moon Topics of AJCommittee Parley
DALLAS — A major

overhauling of the sys-
tem of Jewish education
in the United States is
necessary to fulfill the
purpose of instilling a
greater sense 'of Jewish
identity in today's young
people, according to a re-
port presented to the
American Jewish Com-
mittee.
Among the recom-
mended changes were
greater efforts to reach
students at high school
and college levels; the
creation of programs for
family education; and
recognition that the mat-
ter of Jewish education
should be a priority effort
of the .total Jewish com-
munity. These recom-
mendations, together
with a series of scholarly
papers on the subject, will
be shared with leading
Jewish educational or,

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the country in the hope of
developing consensus in
the total Jewish educa-
tional community.
The report, resulting
from three years of study
by AJCommittee's Col-
loquium on Jewish Edu-
cation and Jewish Iden-
tity, was presented at the
annual meeting of AJ-
Committee's policy-
making national execu-
tive council by Yehuda
Rosenman, director of the
organization's Jewish
Communal Affairs De-
partment, under whose
auspices the colloquium
operated.
The colloquium, which
involved a group of re-
serachers in Jewish edu-
cation, sociologists,
psychologists and educa-
tional leaders in the
Jewish community, had
been charged with de-
veloping recom-
mendations that would
lead to a "clarification of
priorities" and "new in-
itiatives" in Jewish educa-
tion.
Rosenman underscored

the importance of con-
tinuing Jewish education
at the junior and senior
high school levels on the
ground that the teen
years were a crucial
period in the develop-
ment of an individual's
identity patterns.
Included in the col-
loquium's recommenda-
tion for intensified efforts
at the high school level,
Rosenman continued, is
the suggestion that con-
sideration be given to the
possibility of creating "a
network of Jewish board-
ing schools modeled on
such institutions as Exe-
ter and Andover."
An argument for atten-
tion to the college level,
Rosenman stated, is the
fact that "Jewish studies
departments, by their
mere existence, elevate
the status of Jewish
learning in the eyes of
American Jews."
Meanwhile, in a study
conducted by the AJCom-
mittee, the Rev. Sun
Myung Moon, the
Korean-born leader of the
Unification Church, is ac-

.

cused of "unrelieved hos-
tility to Jews and
Judaism," and his teach-
ings are described as a
"breeding ground for fos-
tering anti-Semitism."
Rabbi Marc H. Tanen-
baum, national director
of the Committee's Inter-
religious Affairs De-
partment, made the
study public. The study
was conducted by Rabbi
A. James Rudin, assis-
tant director of the Com-
mittee's Interreligious
Affairs Department.
The study charges that
Rev. Moon's book, "Di-
vine Principle," first pub-
lished in Korean nearly
20 years ago and ex-
panded in a 1974
English-language edi-
tion, is "replete with hos-
tile and vicious anti-
Jewish stereotypes."

According to the AJ-
Committee's study, "Rev.
Moon's "Divine Princi-
ple" is a feculent breeding
ground for fostering _
anti-Semitism. Because
of Moon's unrelieved hos-
tility towards Jews and
Judaism, a demonic pic-
ture emerges from the
pages of his major work.

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Peres in U.S. for Arms Talks

.

The defense minister
TEL AVIV (JTA) — De- said that he would seek
fense Minister Shimon means to finance Israel's
Peres is in Washington military purchases which
for a meeting with U.S. will amount to hundreds
THURS., DEC. 9
Defense
Secretary of millions of dollars. He
Donald Rumsfeld on Is- hinted that he may meet
THURS., DEC. 16
rael's military needs.
with aides to President-
THURS., DEC.23
He told reporters at Elect Jimmy Carter on
Ben-Gurion Airport that increased U.S. financial
there have been no delays assistance to Israel after
in the delivery of arms the new administration
supplies from the U.S.,
office.
but that there are certain takes
Peres
a closed meet-
items that needed clarifi- ing with had
Chief of Staff Gen.
cation and re-checking.
Gur before
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-American Killed
in Bus Accident

TEL AVIV (JTA)
James Dean, 36, the first
Secretary of the U.S. Em-
bassy, was killed and 11
other persons were in-
jured, nine seriously,
when a bus carrying
foreign - diplomats and
their families overturned
last week on the Mitzpeh
Ramon-Beersheba road.
The group was returning
from a week-long tour oT
•Sinai.
, Police said the tragedy
was caused by a heavy.
sandstorm. Roads in the
Negev were blocked for
miles by sand dunes and
visibility was almost zero.
The injured included
Allyson Smith, 16, daugh-
ter of the Australian Am-
bassador and her mother,
Jeanette Smith and Vau-
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