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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-05

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40 Friday, August 5, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -

Jewish Community Will Welcome Bar-Ilan
President, Dr. Rackman, at Sept. 8 Dinner

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as the new president of
Bar-Ilan University, will be
formally welcomed here at
the annual dinner of Detroit
Friends of Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity, to be held Thursday
evening, Sept. 8, at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
David Hermelin and Ir-
ving Nusbaum, who again
have been named as co-
chairmen of the dinner, hav-
ing chaired last year's an-
nual event, stated that the
appearance here of Dr.
Rackman as guest speaker
will be the first reception
by an American Jewish
community for the head of
the university located in
Ramat Gan, Israel.
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TEL AVIV (JTA)—Nego-
tiations have resumed be-
tween Prof. Yigael Yadin's
Democratic Movement for
Change (DMC) and the
three coalition partners in
the Likud-led government
to determine whether any
basis exists for the DMC to
join the coalition.
So far the parties appear
to have summed up their
points of agreement and
their outstanding differen-
ces, but as the issues were
narrowed the chance_s that
Premier Menahem Begin
will be able to increase his
slim Knesset margin with
the DMC's 15 seats seemed
to grow more remote.
There are three major ob-
stacles: the DMC's demand
for electoral reforms; the
question of Cabinet por-
tfolios for the DMC and the
concessions Begin made on
religious matters to the Na-
tional Religious Party
(NRP) and the Aguda bloc
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are composed of persons
who teach Jewish studies.
They are being sponsored
by the Canadian Zionist
Federation and the World
Zionist Organization.

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cated at Yeshiva Univer
sity, Columbia College and
Columbia Law School and
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Dr. Rackman served as
rabbi of the Fifth Avenue
Synagogue in New York
and is a member of the
board of governors of the
Jewish Agency. He was
president of the New York
Board of Rabbis, president
of the Rabbinic Council of
America and is past presi-
dent of the Association of
Jewish Chaplains of the
Armed Forces of the United
States. He was also chair-
man of the National Jewish
Welfare Board's commis-
sion on Jewish chaplaincy.
He is author of the books
Israel's Emerging Con-
stitution - and - One Man's
Judaism - , as well as many
essays and book reviews
published in Jewish and
scholarly journals.
Meanwhile, Bar-Ilan
versity has several groups
of U.S. and Canadian stu-
dents on campus this sum-
mer, combining a trip to Is-
rael with studies earning up
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and professor of political
philosophy and juris-
prudence at Yeshiva U. and
was serving as professor of
Jewish studies and consult-
ant to the chancellor on
Jewish studies at City Uni-
versity of New York--when
he was named Bar-Ilan
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fuses to adhere.
The Aguda, a small fac-
tion, is fearful that it would
disappear from the political
scene if the DMC's proposal
for direct elections of at
least part of the Knesset
ever materializes.
With respect to Cabinet
posts, the DMC has been of-
fered the Ministry of Social
Betterment—a new por-
tfolio—but insists that this
must encompass the Min-
istry of Health as well
which is already occupied
by a Likud man, Eliezer
Shostak. He is not consid--- -
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The religious issue is by
far the most serious. The
Aguda and NRP demand
that the DMC agree to vote
with the coalition on all reli-
gious matters, including the
controversial amendment to
the Law of Return. The
DMC insists on retaining
freedom to vote as it
chooses on religious mat-
ters, noting that it was not
a party to the agreement
reached between Begin and
his Orthodox partners.
Meanwhile, there is con-
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the DMC, a party founded
only last year made up of
disillusioned Laborites and
others whose politics run
the gamut from left to
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