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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-18

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`education' against anti-
Semitism is simply super-
ficial and misdirected."
In its first Holocaust Stud-
ies Newsletter, the institute
says this is because it
"deals only with modem
anti-Semitism of the Nazi
and KKK-type and fails to
draw the knife against the
theological and cultural
anti-Semitism which pro-
vided a fertile seedbed for
ideological/political attacks
on the Jews." .
The newsletter said that
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began as "theological anti-
Semitism out of which
developed first cultural and
then political anti-:
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focuses on Marital Relations

Dr. Moses Tendler of
Yeshiva University will
address a public symposium
for women 8 p.m. Dec. 1. at
the United Hebrew Schools
main building. He will
speak,on "Marital Relations
in Jewish Perspective."
A rabbi, bacteriologist
and teacher, Dr. Tendler
was 'ordained at the Rabbi
Isaac Elchanan Theological
Seminary in 1949 and imme-
diately joined the faculty of
that institution. He received
his BA and MA degrees
from New York University
and his doctorate from
Columbia University.
He is chairman of the
medical ethics task force of
the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies in New York
and has written extensively
on science and religion.
Bronya Shaffer, a mar-
riage counselor from Brook-
lyn, N.Y., also will address
the forum.
Sponsors of the program
are Achiezer, Batya Chap-
ter of Mizrachi Women,
Lubavitch Women's Organi-
zation, Akiva Hebrew Day
School PTA, Yeshivath Beth
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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
A Defense Department
spokesman said that a
recent article in the Armed
Forces Journal depicting
Israel -as a "militaristic"
state and a "liability" to the
United States does not rep-
resent the views of the
department.
He noted that Defense
Secretary Harold Brown
has stated this in a letter
dated Nov. 3_ to the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith. The letter was in
response to an inquiry by
ADL general counsel Arnold
Forster as to whether the
article, by a former Penta-
gon employe, Anthony Cord-
esman, reflected the
Defense Department's
views and whether parts of
it contained classified
info' inat ion.
- The spokesman said the
Pentagon is continuing to
investigate the matter.
Brown stated in his letter to
Forster that "a security
review has been directed to
determine whether any
improper revelation of clas-
sified information has
occurred."
The Armed Forces Jour-
nal, which published the
Cordesman article last
month, is a privately owned
periodical.

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Black Rhodesian
Meets U.S. Jews

WASHINGTON (JTA)-
The Rev. Ndabaniangi Sith
ole, the moderate Rhode!.
sian black intellectual who
is - in the forefront of the "
movement for transition of -
rule in Rhodesia, will meet
with AmeriCan Jewish lead- .4
ers during his visit this
month to the United States
Sithole will be accompanied
on his visit by his political
adviser, Neville H. Romain„ o
who is a Rhodesian Je;
Dr. Daniel Thursz,
tive vice president . of 'Bnai
Brith, hosted a reception for,
him at the Bnai Brith build-
ing Wednesday.

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Bnai David Sisterhood and
Young Israel Sisterhood.
Admission is free. For infor-
mation, call Miriam Swia-
tycki, 968-1268, or _Rochel
Kagan, 542-5058._

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