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January 27, 1978 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-01-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, January 27, 1978 13

Don't just fly to Florida.

Jews Should See
Selves Through
Own Eyes: Author

PRINCETON, N.J.—Jews
must learn to look at them-
selves through truly Jewish
eyes, not through a filter of
Christian doctrine and
thought, according .to Lucy
Dawidowicz, author of "The
War Against The Jews."
Addressing a remit Bnai
Brith national conference on
adult Jewish education
here, she recommended
Jewish self-education as the
most effectve remedy for
the - damaged Jewish self
image.
Ms. Dawidowicz said that
Jews educated in the West
usually acquire a view of
themselves distorted by a
neglectful or inaccurate
Christian perspective which
continues to be an integral
component of even the secu-
lar curriculum.
The Jew today is still con-
fronted "by a world in-
formed and animated by
Christian culture, and in-
fected by paganism, hedon-
ism and black magic," she
says.
Jewish "self-education is
essential if Jews are to dis-
cover their own identity for
themselves, Dawidowicz de- -
dared, adding that ',!self-
education is our • safe con-
duct through the realm of
Christian civilization."

Weizmann Unit
Seeks Joint Work
With Arab Profs

REHOVOT — A special
resolution calling upon sci-
entists and students from
Arab countries to join in
collaborative, research proj-
ects at the Weizmann In-
stitute of Science has been
passed by the institute's sci-
entific council.

It is the council's belief



that Arab patticipation in
the institute's international
activities will promote un-
derstanding between the
peoples of the area and con-
tribute to the advancement
of scientific research and
intellectual cooperation.
Meanwhile, Prof. Ami-
kam Aharoni of the elec-
tronics department, has
been installed as the first
Richard Kronstein Profes-
sor of Theoretical Magnet-
ism.
An authority on the theory
of mfcromagnetics, the Is-
raeli-born Aharoni is cur-
rently investigating the his-
tory of superparamag
netism, which deals with
the magnetic properties of
very fine particles.
Also two teenagers have
won El joint first prize in this
year's WeiArnann Institute
Science Fair. They are Nit-
zan Peleg whose research
project led . to the devel-
opment of a new method for
producing an important
chemical, and Ofer Lahar
who prepared a paper on
the astronomy of double
stars.

JAY ELUL

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