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December 08, 1978 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-08

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38 ;Friday, December 8, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Despise not any man, and
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NEW YORK (JTA) —
Two New York City cler-
gymen, a rabbi and an Epis-
copalian minister, both voi-
ced support for an undivided
Jerusalem at a "Dialogue on
Jerusalem" sponsored by
the Women's Division of the
Zionist - Organization of
America in New York.
The remarks were made
by Rabbi Irving Block of the
Brotherhood Synagouge,
and Rev. Thomas Pike, pas-
tor of the Calvary and St.
George's Churches.
Rabbi Block expressed his
fear that the United States
government was using a
double standard in making
its judgements on
Jerusalem. He asked why
Administration spokesmen
considered East Jerusalem
"occupied Arab territory"
now, "though they were si-
lent between 1948 and 1967
when the area was ruled by
Jordan." He insisted, "The
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Jewish for thousands of
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rival in three weeks of 1,400
Jewish youth from Latin
America who will partici-
pate in "Operation
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Israeli homes in the main
cities.

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On other matters, he
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each to the Orthodox,
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On the positive side, he
noted that many more
Christian clergymen are
now visiting Israel and
some of them are traveling
together with American
rabbis and this he said,
"helps to force them to focus
on the reality of Israel."

Likud MK Avraham
Katz, chairman of the
WZO's Youth and
Hechalutz Department,
said the distinction between
"Zionists" and "non-
Zionists" affiliated respec-
tively with the Zionist
movement and the Jewish
Agency is no longer relev-
ant. "There are Zionists who
don't intend to come on
aliya but busy themselves
with local Zionist politics,
and there are non-Zionists
who are active fund-raisers
and plan aliya,"__he said.
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tions, Katz will propose
formation of a new "Bilu"
movement for those plan-
ning to immigrate to Israel,
and revival of the "Hovevei
Zion" movement for those
who want to help Israel
even though they aren't
planning aliya.

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