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January 14, 1977 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-14

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Friday, January 14, 1977 19

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ADL Approves Vatican Guide
to Catholic-Jewish Relations

NEW YORK — Leaders
of the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith,
meeting privately in
Rome with Pope Paul VI,
welcomed the Vatican
guidelines on Catholic-
Jewish relations which
were promulgated two
years ago.

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Seymour Graubard,
ADL's honorary national
chairman and spokesman
for the delegation, took
note of improved rela-
tions between Christians
and Jews in the United
States and praised the
"new plateau of un-
derstanding and mutual
trust.
The Pope, expressing
deep satisfaction over the
progress made in ,rela-
tions, said he foreSees
"rich possibilities of col-
laboration open before
us."
, During a brief cere-
mony, the Pope was pre-
sented with a leather-
bound collection of
scholarly works on
,Judaism and the
Jewish-Christian encour-
ter, all published by the
ADL. The Pontiff pre-
sented each member of
the delegation with a
commemorative medall-
ion.

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Hebrew Teachers
for Morocco Jews

NEW YORK — In an ef-
fort to increase the
number and quality of
teachers. in' Jewish
schools in Mo-rrocco, Ozar
Hatorah and the
Lubavitcher school sys-
tems, with the coopera-
tion of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, have set
up an in-service seminar
for advanced teacher
training, it was reported
this week by Ralph I.
Goldman,. JDC _executive
vice president.
The program provideg
for model lessons and lec-
tures on Talmud, Bible
and Commentaries, He-
brew language and
grammar, contemporary
Jewish history, educa-
tional psychology and
pedagogics. The rabbis of
the Lubavitcher, Ozar
Hatorah and the commu-
nity do the teaching, and
a "university professor
will lecture on psychology
and pedagogics. There
are 22 in the initial group.
The JDC has been ac-,
tive in Morocco since 1949
when its Jewish popula-
tion was estimated at
more than 300,000. From
the very beginning JDC
has concentrated on
Jewish education,
Goldman said. Although
only 30 per cent of Moroc-
co's Jewish community of
20,000 are children, the
major part of the more
than $1 million Morocco
budget of the JDC goes for
child care and Jewish
education.

,

'If Israel Attacks
She'll Be Shunned'

TUNISIA (ZINS) —
Abu Erez, the comman-
der of the Christian
militia in Lebanon said in
an interview in the
Lebanese newspaper El
Moharrer that while "Is-
rael has never harmed
Lebanon for the past 30
years," if Israel should
march into Southern
Lebanon, his people
would fight against it "as
savagely as we fought
against the Palestin-
-ians."-
The Christian leader
stressed that the civil war
in Lebanon is not over
Yet. He is sure that the
war will be over when the
-last Palestinian will leave
Lebanon. "I am unable to
live in peaceful co-
existence even with one
Palestinian" he said.

Pro-Palestinians Plant Bombs
to Protest 'Operation Entebbe'

BONN (JTA)— A group
calling itself "Revo-
lutionary Cell— Fighters
for Free Palestine" has
made two unsuccessful
attempts to bomb West
German cinemas where
the film "Operation En-
tebbe" is currently show-
ing. This followed similar
attempts, in Greece and
Italy.
A time bomb planted in
an Aachen cinema failed
to go - off. It was discov-
ered by a charwoman
under a row of seats.
A similar bomb, found
-4)y a Dusseldorf cinema
manager near the
emergency exit of his
theater, was defused by
police. •
Had the bomb gone off
during the evening per-
formance as planned,
many movie goers might
have been killed or injured
because the four-story
building which partly
rests on wooded pillars,
'probably would have col-
lapsed.

A note sent by the revo,
lutionary group to the
daily "Frankfurter
Rundschau" charged
that the film "twisted re-
ality to the point where it
is no longer recogniz-
able."
It added that "The Pal-
estinian people's struggle
is not aimed against the
Jews, but against Zionini
as a state form and an
ideology which justifies
the banishment of an en-
tire nation.

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our parents knew of child
psychology and how won-
derful we are.

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