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July 28, 1978 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-07-28

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18 Friday, July 28, 1978

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

By REENA SIGMAN
FRIEDMAN

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Jewish organization deal-
ing with intergroup rela-
tions said recently that, in
his opinion, the American
Jewish community has

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changed markedly in the 32
years of his tenure. He ob-
served that Jewish leaders
in the United States have
increasingly shifted their
emphasis from general so-
cial issues to issues of
specific Jewish concern and
have grown more assertive
in this posture within the
last few decades.
Samuel Spiegler, who is
retiring from his position as
director of information for
the National Jewish Com-`
munity Relations Advisory
Council, recently evaluated
his years with the council.
The NJCRAC is a clearin-
ghouse and coordinating
body for the community re-
lations policies and prog-
rams of nine national
Jewish organizations and
more than one hundred
Jewish councils in cities
throughout the United
States.
He maintained that the
focus of the American
Jewish community has
shifted since the late 1960s
from intergroup relations at
home to a more exclusive
preoccupation with Jewish
issues in the international
arena.
To a large degree,
Spiegler said, this "turn-
ing inward" must be at-
tributed to growing con-

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Israelis Fear
Terror Wave
from Jordan

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Sec-
urity sources have warned
that a new wave of terrorist
attacks may be imminent,
originating in Jordan or in-
side Israel and carried out
with more powerful explo-
sives by better trained
groups than before.

According to the sources,
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their base of operations
from south Lebanon to Jor-
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tacit cooperation of the Sy-
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settlement in the Jordan
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cern for Israel's survival
and the oppression of
Jews in the Soviet Union
and other lands.
In large part due to the
creation of the state of Is-
rael, and the resultant rise
in Jewish self-confidence,
Spiegler observed that the
American Jewish leader-
ship is more assertive than
it has been in the past, both
in its support for Israel and
in making its influence felt
with regard to domestic is-
sues.
This greater Jewish as-
sertiveness has been man-
ifested in the field of inter-
faith relations, Spiegler
said. In spite of the overall
decline in group relations,
he noted that "there has
been a tremendous im-
provement in Christian-
Jewish relations in the
sense that Jews have been
accepted by Catholics and
Protestants as equal
partners in the social com-
pact."
With respect to black-
Jewish relations, Spiegler
said that recent clashes be-
tween Jews and blacks in
the Crown Heights section
of Brooklyn do not signify
the dawning of a new era of
heightened tension between
the two communities.
Rather, he said, such con-

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land, to the government of
The Netherlands.
Kotaella and his lawyer
had claimed that he should
be released in view of the
European Treaty on Human
Rights and discriminatory
treatment by the Dutch au-
thorities and "inhuman
punishment."
All Dutch war criminals
who were originally sen-
tenced to life imprisonment
later had their sentences
changed to 20 years impris-
onment and have been re-
leased years ago. The Euro-
pean Commission con-
cluded that there is no legal
basis for reducing Kotael-
la's life sentence. It also ob-
served that Kotaella had al-
ready been pardoned be-
cause his original death
sentence was changed to life
imprisonment.
The Commission also re-
jected Kotaella's appeal
which included the refer-
ence to his ill health.
Though he is partly
paralyzed, the Commission
felt his illness is not as
grave as Kotaella claimed.

Rids are bound to ensue in a
transitional neighborhood
between groups as "diverse
in life styles and values" as
blacks and Hasidic Jews.
Stressing that Jewish
groups would probably
continue their support of
affirmative action prog-
rams in the future,
Spiegler maintained that
Jews and blacks are pur-
suing different objectives
with respect to affirma-
tive action.
While Jews are more con-
cerned about admission to
universities and profes-
sional schools, Spiegler
said, the black community
is more interested in freer
access to industrial
employment positions.
Hopefully, Spiegler con-
cluded, Jews and blacks will
find "new bases for coopera-
tion in affirmative action
plans that they can support
together."
Spiegler predicted that
synagogue affiliation will
continue to increase as
young Jews identify more
strongly with their Jewish
heritage. While Orthodoxy
is presently in the ascen-
dancy, according _ to
Spiegler, he said that he has
also observed a "leveling
off' among the various de-
nominations with respect to
social policy issues.

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
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Likud MK Shmuel Re-
chtmann, Mayor of Re-
hovot, opening the way for
his arrest and prosecution
on charges of accepting a
bribe. Rechtmann was the
ninth MK to have his par-
liamentary immunity re-
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Rechtmann is accused of
taking a bribe from Aharon
Gibor, the city building con-
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Israel's next attorney gen-
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Sunday. Zamir will replace
Prof. Aharon Barak.
Zamir was born in War-
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his doctoral studies in Lon-
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academic career at the Heb-
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Barak will serve as Sup-
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alongside Meir Shamgar,
Barak's predecessor.

BONN (JTA) — Ten
people, including several
policemen, were injured,
some of them seriously, dur-
ing 40 minutes of fighting
between police and about
100 neo-Nazis who were
meeting illegally in the
north German city of Al-
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About 20 members of the
Aktionsfront Nationaler
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arrested.
Fighting developed when
the participants — armed
with sticks, glasses, bottles
and other objects — tried to
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