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July 29, 1977 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-29

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12 Friday, July 29, 1977

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WASHINGTON-Lust for
violence and perhaps sex-
ual drive, rather than politi-
cal ideology are the real
causes of terrorism, accord-
ing to American University
professor H.H.A. Cooper,
who testified last week be-
fore the Senate Judiciary
Committee.
Cooper said terrorism is
a "growth industry - even
though incidents appear to
be waning. "I would expect
attacks by terrorists on
power stations, oil refi-
neries and other sensitive
targets" in the future, he
added.
"The resort to soulless
violence we call terrorism
requires a peculiar, person-
al committment that is com-
plex and intricate in its gen-
esis...Neither politics nor
ideology make terrorists;
they are only ration-
alizations for them," Coop-
er said.
He further testified that
biographical research stud-
ies "hint at a strong con-
nection between sex and ter-
rorism" but did not explain
the alleged link between the
two.

Quiz on Hasidism

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This quiz was prepared from material offered in courses
sponsored by the American Jewish Committee's Academy
for Jewish Studies Without Walls.

(Copyright 1977, YEA, Inc.)

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1. The Hasidic tale is properly considered a hieros logos
because
A. it helps raise divine sparks - B. it is told by religious
people - C. The zaddik is a holy man - D. it is told on the
Sabbath
2. Hasidic tales are didactic in the sense that they
A. relate theoretical positions - B. interpret daily occur-
rences - C. provide exegetical hints - D. portray a type of
understanding of cosmic and communal organization
3. Narrating a tale was thought to be beneficial because
A. Hasidim like to hear stories - B. zaddikim were flat-
tered by the praise - C. one might recreate the recited
events - D. it helped spread the Hasidic message
4. By emphasizing the mystical power of tales, Hasidism
A. emerged as a popular mysticism - B. diluted the pow-
er of mysticism - C. aroused the enmity of rabbinism - D.
eschewed the writing of books
5. Hasidic tales differed from earlier Jewish tales in that
they
A. were told in Yiddish - B. were for everyone - C. were
recited only on Saturday - D. were short
TRUE OR FALSE
6. Narrating tales was considered by Hasidism a type of
religious behavior.
7. Hasidic tales are distinguishable from rabbinic tales
in that the zaddik is the hero.
8. The significance of Hasidic tales resides in the degree
of accuracy they possess.
9. In early Hasidism the zaddik told tales in praise of
himself.
10. Hasidic tales relfect a devotional type of piety.
ANSWERS
1. A; 2. D; 3. C; 4. A; 5. B; 6. True; 7. True; 8. False; 9.
False; 10. True

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