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October 27, 1978 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-27

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Friday, October 21, 1978

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Philadelphia Scene of World Holocaust Teaching Parley

The big you have seems
small, the small you have
not seems big.
— Talmud

PHILADELPHIA (JTA)
— Calling the Holocaust a
"watershed event in his-
tory," Dr. Hubert Locke,
vice provost of the Univer-
sity of Washington, and
keynote speaker at the In-
ternational Conference on
the Lessons of the Holocaust
here, stressed that the
events of World War II
"speak with as much com-
pelling urgency to non-Jews
as to Jews."
The conference brought
together educators and
theologians from West

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Germany, Israel and the
United States to discuss the
historic lessons to be
learned from the Holocaust
and how to teach them to
today's students.
Conference sponsors in-
cluded the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews,
the United States Catholic
Bishops Conference, the
National Institute on the
Holocaust and the
Philadelphia Coordinating
Council on the Holocaust.
David Gross, Jewish
Exponent staff writer,
reported that the major
focus of the conference
was discussion of the
breakdown in ethics
among professional and
vocational groups during
the Holocaust period. Dr.
Franklin Littell was con-
ference coordinator and
chairman of the religion
department at Temple
University.

Benjamin Halevi, deputy
speaker of the Knesset and
an Israeli Supreme Court
Justice at the time of the
trial of Adolf Eichmann, the
other keynote speaker, de-
clared: "Never again will we
stand alone as the Jews of
Nazi Europe did. We must
have friends and allies and
we must teach the true les-
sons of the Holocaust so the
young can understand what
might happen if they re-
main passive."

Other conference sessions
dealt with right and wrong
methods of teaching the
Holocaust, the commitment
of the West German gov-
ernment to teaching the
Holocaust and eye-witness
reports from several of those
who opened various death
camps. Joseph Borkin,
author of the recently pub-
lished, "The Crime and
Punishment of I.G. Far-

ben," was also a featured
speaker.
A major art exhibit,
"The Living Witness: Art
in the Concentration
Camp," opened at the
Museum of American
Jewish history in con-
junction with the confer-
ence. The exhibit, coor-
dinated by local artist
Mary Costanza, features
art work by camp in-
mates and will run
through December.
Prior to the Holocaust
conference, 85 theologians
from Germany and North
America participated in a
two-day symposium. At its
conclusion, they issued a
statement calling on their
fellow Christians to observe
the 40th anniversary of
Kristallnacht ("the night of
broken glass") on Nov. 9-10,
1938 when there was a
widescale public attack on
the Jews of Germany.

Israel Faces Tough Time at UNESCO

PARIS (JTA) — The Arab
countries belonging to the
"Rejection Front" and the
Socialist bloc states are pre-
paring a series of resolu-
tions to condemn Israel at
UNESCO's general confer-
ence, which opened here
Tuesday. Diplomatic ob-
servers say these Arab and
Communist states want to
score a political victory
against Israel so as "to wipe
out the Camp David defeat."
The extremist Arab
states plan to condemn Is-
rael for what they claim is
its discriminatory policy in
the West Bank and Gaza
Strip's school system. The
organization's director,
Gen. Amadou m'Bow, is due
to present a report asking
the general. conference for
renewed instructions fol-
lowing Israel's refusal to
permit a UNESCO repre-
sentative to supervise edu-
cation in the occupied ter-
ritories.
M'Bow has up to now re-
fused to release a neutral
report on the school situa-
tion in the territories which
in the main is favorable to
Israel and has agreed to cir-
culate only a brief summary
from which all findings
favorable to Israel have
been omitted-.
Israel's view on the
educational debate is
that the entire issue is
pointless following the
conclusion of the Camp
David agreements, which
provide for local au-
tonomy in the territories
enabling the local popu-
lation to administer its
own educational pro-
grams.
The Arabs also plan to rap
Israel for allegedly disre-
garding former UNESCO
resolutions and continuing
to undertake archeological
diggings in the Old City.
The Arab extremist states
have reportedly prepared a
resolution condemning Is-
rael for the Ophel digs near
the Old City's Dung Gate.
They are also circulating
copies of Israeli newspapers
showing Jerusalem Mayor
Teddy Kollek accepting a
$1,250,000 check from

South African fund-raisers
who are sponsoring the
Ophel project. The Arabs
apparently hope to mobilize
the African states by show-
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Israel are "cooperating on
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election is being called for
by the Arab-Communist
bloc. The Arab candidate
will be Jordanian Minister
of Culture Abdel Salam
Majali, known for his anti-
Israeli sentiments.

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