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August 19, 1977 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-19

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8 Fr daV, Amidst 19, 1971 THE'ljETROIT JEWISH NEWS'

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Conservative Rabbis Rapped for Begin Meeting
on Discouraging the Law of Return Amendment

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Rabbi I. Usher Kirshblum, Wolfe Kelman, RA execu-
chairman of the Committee tive vice-president; Rabbi
for the Preservation of Tra- Ely Pilchik, president of
dition and Diversity, a dis- the Central Conference of
sident group within the Rab- American Rabbis, the Re-
binical Assembly, the asso- form rabbinical associ-
ciation of Conservative ation; and Rabbi Joseph
rabbis, said a telegram was Glaser. CCAR executive
sent Sunday to Premier vice-president.
At the invitation of Begin,
Menahem Begin, asserting
that the Assembly "never the four rabbinical officials
authorized its president to met with the Premier in Je-
combine forces with the Re- rusalem Wednesday in an
form movement" to oppose effort to induce him to drop
amendment of Israel's Law his personal commitment to
of Return. the National Religious
The reference was to the Party and the Agudath Is-
departure Sunday for Israel rael bloc to seek in the
of Rabbi Stanley Rabinow- Knesset to have the Law of

Return amended in a way
which would reject con-
versions by non-Orthodox
rabbis.
Kirshblum, of Kew Gar-
dens Hills, N.Y., said his
committee's cable to Begin
also said that the com-
mittee supported adoption
of the disputed amendment.
The dissident committee
was organized soon after
the RA Committee on Law
and Standards approved in-
clusion of women in a min-
yan at the option of mem-
ber congregations, opposing
that ruling. Kirshblum said
the committee has 131 mem-
bers.

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