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March 02, 1979 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-02

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1HE WHIT JEWISH MEWS Frma

Jews, Lutherans
Meet in Berlin
for First Meeting

GENEVA (JTA) — The
World Jewish Congress
office reported that some 30
representatives from more
than 15 countries, repre-
senting the International
Jewish Committee for
Interreligious Consulta-
tions (IJCIC) and the
Lutheran European Corn-
mission on the Church and
the Jewish People
(LECCJP), met in Berlin in
the first international con-
sultation of these two reli-
gious groups.
The IJCIC represents
major Jewish organizations
throughout the world and
holds regular consultations
with the Roman Catholic
Church and with the World
Council of Churches, among
others. The LECCJP was
founded in 1976 and repre-
sents Lutheran churches
and organizations in
Europe.
Observers were also
present at the meeting
from the National Coun-
cil of the Churches of
Christ in the U.S., the
Lutheran Council in the
U.S., the Lutheran World
Federation, and the In-
ternational Council of
Christians and Jews.
The participants shared
information on areas of
common interest and estab-
lished a committee to
explore future collabora-
tion.
The IJCIC consists of the
World Jewish Congress,
Synagogue Council of
America, American Jewish
Committee, - Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith and the Israel Jewish
Council for Inter-religious
Consultations.

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New Kibutzim
for the Negev

TEL • AVIV (JTA) — "If
the state will not conquer
the desert, the desert may
conquer the state." This was
a frequent warning by the
late Premier David Ben-
Gurion, who had always
urged Israelis to settle the
Negev.
Last week, 20 families in-
augurated a moshav south-
west of Beersheba, the first
new settlement in the
Negev since Ben-Gurion's
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established 27 years ago.
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feels coolest in the des-
ert," explained President
Yitzhak Navon at the in-
auguration ceremony. He
expressed the hope that
Ashelim would bloom

again.

Two new kibutzim are
also scheduled to be estab-
lished in the Negev before
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(dew) and Retamim (broom
bushes).

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