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December 22, 1978 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-22

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44 Fridn„Qecemher 22, 1918

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commemoration of the rededication of
the Temple, Judah Maccabeus decreed that
on the 25th day of the month of Kislev
of each year the Jews were to celebrate
the Festival of Lights for eight days.
They were to burn lights during this
period, adding a new light each night
and sing songs of praise to celebrate
the dedication and the triumph of
Israel in the struggle for its everlasting
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FBI Arrests 2 in New York Bomb Attempt

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Two men, allegedly mem-
bers of the New Jewish De-
fense League (NJDL) were
arrested early Monday by
the Federal Bureau of In-
vestigation and charged
with conspiracy to blow up
the Egyptian government's
tourist office here. The two,
Victor Vancier, 21, and
Bruce Berger, 30, were ar-
raigned on conspiracy
charges in U.S. District
Court in Manhattan.
Magistrate Marton Jacobs
ordered Vancier held in jail
in lieu of $100,000 bail and
Berger held in lieu of
$50,000 bail.
The FBI, in announcing
the arrests, said it had
found a powerful bomb in a
parked car near the tourist
office located at the Fifth
Ave. entrance to Rockfeller
Center in Manhattan. An
FBI spokesman said Berger
was seized in the parked car
and Vancier was arrested at
the Port Authority Bus
Terminal, about a mile
away. A man identified as
Michael Fitzpatrick, who
was in the car with Berger,
reportedly provided the FBI
with the information that
led to the arrests.
The lawyer for Vancier
and Berger, Sam Polur,
charged that his clients
"were set up by the FBI" and
contended that "This case is

New Spanish Constitution
OKs Freedom of Religion

NEW YORK — Spain's 16, which guarantees reli-
12,000 Jews achieved full gious liberty both for indi-
religious equality as one viduals and communities,
feature of the new Spanish and goes on to declare that
constitution approved in no one shall be obliged to
this month's nationwide re- declare his religion, ideol-
ferendum. ogy or beliefs.
For Spain's Jews, the
"This dramatic change in
the situation of the Jewish new document marks the
and other non-Catholic accomplishment of a
religious minorities in struggle to achieve equal-
Spain truly deserves to be ity that has taken over 30
hailed as one of the major years. First, there was the
steps toward greater drive to have the right to
democracy incorporated in publicly perform Jewish
the 169 articles of this new, services, denied under
basic Spanish document," • the Concordat between
declared Richard Maass, Spain and the Vatican of
president of the American post-Spanish Civil War
days. Then came the
Jewish Committee.
The key clause in the building of the first mod-
Constitution is its Article ern synagogue in Spain,
in Barcelona, in 1955, but
without any exterior sign
that it was a Jewish

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directly related to the Car-
ter Administration's swing
to Egypt." The FBI claimed
that Vancier, who they said
identified himself publicly
as the executive director of
the NJDL, may have been
responsible for other
firebombings in New York
City and Westchester
County in the last few
months of cars and homes of
Egyptian officials stationed
in New York. Vancier had
formerly identified himself
as the leader of an ad hoc
group called the Jewish
Committee of Concern
-
(JCC).
In November 1977,
Vancier and another
member of the JCC dis-
rupted a meeting of the
Synagogue Council of
America where the guest
speaker was the Egyp-
tian Ambassador to the
United States, Ashraf
Ghorbal. The JCC and
the NJDL contended that
Egyptian President
Anwar Sadat's visit to
Jerusalem at that time
was a move to lull Israel
into a false sense of secu-
rity and that the govern-
ment of Premier
Menahem Begin was sur-
rendering its security to
an enemy. The targets of
both groups were solely
Egyptian officials.
Last week, an anonymous

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claimed that the NJDL was
responsible for a firebomb-
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section of Brooklyn. In what
turned out to be a.bungled
effort, the home of a Jewish
family was firebombed in
the mistaken belief that it

was occupied by an Egyp-
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resides next door. The dip-
lomat, Egyptian Vice Con-
sul Farouk Mansour, sum-
moned the fire department
and raced to the aid of his
neighbors.

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Then in Madrid, in 1968,
came an inauguration of a
synagogue in a ceremony
marked by the presence of
government officials, and
with exterior signs that it is
a Jewish place of worship.
But even today, certain
limitations exist on full
Jewish communal exercise
— the community, for
example, cannot own its
religious properties directly
— which the new Constitu-
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The next step in imple-
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establishing the relations
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