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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-05-19

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Friday, May 19, 1918 9
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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Yeshiva U. Offers Program on Teaching the Holocaust

NEW YORK — Yeshiva
University will offer an
interdisciplinary summer
institute on "Teaching the
Holocaust," July 5-25, de-
signed to fill a basic gap in
the present educational
curriculum for junior and
senior high school students,
according to Rabbi Robert S.

riculum planners and coor-
dinators; pedagogic spe-
cialists; and graduate stu-
dents.
They will be offered the
full scope of Yeshiva Uni-
versity resources for the
program: graduate and
undergraduate faculty, lib-
raries, and media center
and archives together with
the New York City Board of
Education's newly-issued
tial support in the party syllabus, "The Holocaust: A
that he founded. But his Study of Genocide."
political base has shrunken
The institute will in-
considerably. From 40,000 clude a study of the fac-
registered members a year
ago, the DMC is now down
to 10,000.
Although Yadin holds the
office of Deputy Premier,
nominally the second-
ranking man in govern-
ment, and presides over the
Cabinet when Begin is ab-
sent, his influence over gov-
ernment policies has been
minimal. His critics say
there is no evidence of any
DMC in-put in foreign pol-
icy and no sign that Yadin
has made any headway
toward effecting the social
reforms that were a key
element in the DMC's elec-
tion platform.

Hirt, director of Holocaust
Studies. Applications for
the program should be re-
ceived by May 26.
The institute is aimed at
Judaic and general studies
teachers in Jewish schools
and in public, private and
supplementary junior and
senior high schools; cur-

Dissension Wracks DMC

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
secretariat of the Demo-
cratic Movement for
Change (DMC) is trying to
stem an open revolt within
the party against the lead-
ership of Prof. Yigael
Yadin. It voted unanim-
ously to condemn Dan Bib-
aro, chairman of the DMC's
council, for participating in
a meeting of DMC dissi-
dents urging Yadin's re-
moval. Bibaro himself was
urged to resign.
The DMC, which emerged
from the elections just a
year ago as Israel's third
largest political party, has
been wracked by internal
differences since then.
These were magnified when
the party leadership voted
to join Premier Menahem
Begin's Likud-led coalition
late last year. That move
alienated the DMC's
"Shinui" (Change) faction
and other moderates.
The dissident factions
convened the meeting Mon-
day night at which Yadin
and other party leaders
were accused of abandoning
DMC principles and looking
after their own interests.
The meeting drew barely
100 members but these in-
cluded Bibaro, who occupies
a leadership position. Let-
ters of support were re-
ceived from two DMC
Knesset-members, Mor-
dechai Virshuvski and
Shmuel Toledano.
The secretariat's unani-
mous condemnation of the
meeting indicated that
Yadin still enjoys substan-

Labor Zionists
Criticize Begin
on 242 Views

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Labor Zionist Alliance
issued a policy statement
calling on the government
of Israel to accept the tradi-
tional interpretation of
Resolution 242 "namely,
peace with defensible bor-
ders agreed to in negotia-
tions with all of its
neighboring states and in-
cluding territorial com-
promises on all fronts, but
no return to the 1967 bor-
ders."
At the same time, the
LZA assailed the "contin-
ued erosion of support" for
Israel by the Carter Ad-
ministration and criticized
the Administration for
tying the sale of war planes
to Israel with war plane
sales to Egypt and Saudi
Arabia.
Meanwhile, the Jewish
Labor Committee criticized
Israel's Menahem Begin,
Egypt's Anwar Sadat, and
Jimmy Carter "for con-
tributing to the breakdown
of peace negotiations."

For information and ap-
plications, write Stuart
Zweiter, Stone Sapirstein
Center, Yeshiva Univer-
sity, Room 519, 500 West
185th St., New York, 10033.

X

Now at

tual accounts of the X
Holocaust and its histori- X
cal baCkground; partici-
pant reaction sessions;
teaching strategies; us-
ing interdisciplinary
methods and multi-media
resources, including
Holocaust documents,
exhibitions and pre-
sentations.

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