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April 13, 1979 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-13

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18 Friday, April 13, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

_Israeli Jets Blast PLO Bases to Retaliate for Bomb Incidents

a half-kilogram of explo-
Damour and Ras-el-Ein,
sives' detonated shortly
both places known to be ter-
after noon on the pavement
rorist bases. It was stated
near a fish vendor's stand.
that in the last four months
One woman was killed and
there were 11 acts of terror
35 persons were injured.
causing the death of seven
The injuries were mainly to
Israelis and injuries to 166.
the legs and lower body.
The military arm of the
Ironically, a precaution
PLO has assumed responsi-
taken against terrorist
bility for the bombing in the
bombings may have been
Tel Aviv market Tuesday.
responsible for the large
The Damascus spokesman
number of casualties.
for the PLO said the action
IN COLOR
was carried out by members
Tyomkin said that recent
WHILE YOU WAIT
of the "Kamal al Wassan
security measures in the
$ 00
Unit," Wassan being a
market called for closing
For j
senior commander in the
the exposed area under-
PLO killed last year in - neath vendors' stands to
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Lebanon.
prevent the concealment_of
FOR BEGINNERS
The market on Hacarmel
bombs there. This forced the
PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES
St. in the center of Tel Aviv
perpetrators to leave their
was the target of the
explosive device on the
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Passover eve bombing.
pavement crowded with
WE DISCOUNT OUR PRICES. NOT OUR SERVICE
Police Chief Moshe Tyom-
shoppers and pedestrians.
Opel N, T, W, Sat. 94; 1)., F 9-8; SW. 12-5
kin said-a bomb containing
The police official noted
APPLEGAll SUM • ENITNIVESTERN
that the terrorists managed
to penetrate the market de-
spite increased security
measures and their bomb
went undetected although
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in plain view.
Markets which do their
heaviest business before the
Sabbath or holidays have
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heard blocks away, touched
off panic but emergency
services were on the scene
almost immediately. Police
cordoned off the area and
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TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
raeli air force planes Tues-
day afternoon attacked ter,
rorist bases in south Leba-
non in the Tyre area. All
planes returned safely to
their bases.
The targets included

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evacuated thousands of per-
sons as they searched for
additional bombs.
Many persons near the
scene of ,the blast were
treated for shock. Police
closed roads leading to the
nearest hospitals causing
mammoth traffic jame in
adjacent parts of the ,city.
The market area was
checked foot-by-foot by
police and army units before
it was pronounced safe. It
was re-opened to the public
about two hours after the
explosion.

weeks ago a hand grenade
was tossed in front of the
building but caused no in-
juries or damage.
Last Friday, however, one
person sustained moderate
injuries. The injuries to the

Essayist Says Jews Were
Scapegoats in Crucifixion

NEW YORK — Pointing
out that "when the higher
criticism began, almost 200
years ago, the first fact that
seemed to leap out of the
complexities camouflaged
A Katyusha rocket by the apparently simple
primed to fire into prose of the Gospels was
downtown Jerusalem was misinterpreted—Jesus had
spotted by an alert passerby been crucified by the Ro-
Sunday morning and safely mans as a rebel against
dismantled by, police sap- Rome," Joel Carmichael,
pers. Last Friday, a bomb editor of Midstream demon-
wrecked the interior of a strates that the Gospel ac-
Jewish-owned restaurant in counts must be analyzed
East Jerusalem, injuring 16 within the purview of their
persons, none of them seri- own particular bias, and
ously. In another incident that their major orientation
Friday, a bomb found at- was "certainly an attempt
tached to the rear of a bus in to whitewash the Romans at
the Tiberias central bus sta- the expense of the Jews" in
tion was safely dismantled. regard to the Crucifixion.
In a long review essay in
The rocket-launcher was the April issue of the maga-
positioned on a hill in zine, in the course of which
southeast Jerusalem near Carmichael discusses two
United Nations headquar- books dealing with the
ters. The area was cordoned founder of Christianity,
off while sappers disman-- "Jesus, Son of Man," by
tled the rocket and searched Rudolph Augstein and
the area.
"Jesus: A Historian's Re-
The bomb target in East view of the Gospels," by
Jerusalem was the popular Micheal Grant, he con-
Dolphin restaurant that cludes that "two of the old-
specializes in sea food. Two est pieces of propaganda in
the Gospel (are) the virgin
birth and the guilt of the
Jews for the death of Jesus."
- The few facts that seem to
be real facts, according to
The three programs are:
Carmichael, are:
inter-group seminars on
"Jesus proclaimed the
management subjects of Kingdom of God; he was
mutual interest to partici-
crucified by the Romans
pants from different feder-
ation agencies, and intra- Feminist Seder
group seminars for the top
administrative staff mem- Is Held in NY
bers of large agencies focus-
NEW YORK — The task
sing on matters of concern force on equality of the New
related to their specific York Federation of Reform
agencies; tuition subsidies Synagogues held a model
for selected individuals tak- Seder at its House of Living
ing management courses in Judaism last week which
universities; and the incorporated changes in the
graduate school training.
traditional Seder and Hag-
The graduate students gada.
are at federation offices
Men lit the candles and
three days a week and helped prepare the Seder
-attend their university meal, while women read the
classes two days a week for a Haggada and recited the
full school year: All are Four Questions.
second-year gr'aduate stu-
Changes in the Haggada
dents who have spent one included more emphasis on
year in another agency be- the women involved in the
fore coming to federation.
Passover story, such as
All of the students are Moses' mother, Yochebed,
invited to attend meet- Aaron's sister Miriam and
ings of the federation the inclusion of girls among
board of trustees, distri-, the boys asking the tradi-
bution committee, com- tional Four Questions.
munal planning, execu-
tive staff, consultant staff
and subcommittee meet-
ings. Students also attend
functioning committee
LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
meetings . at the federa- The concept of 100 percent
tion and meetings outside
participation in the annual
federation dealing with United Jewish Welfare
their respective projects. Fund campaign by every
Since the program was
congregation has been ap-
started, 24 students have
proved by the Board of-Rab-
completed graduate bis of Southern California,
courses. For the 1977-78 according to the Jewish
academic year, there were Federation-Council.
263 persons from 72 agen-
The root of the righteous
cies participating in all the
shall never be moved.
courses.

Wiener Educational Center
Aids Jewish Administrators

By BEN GALLOB

(Copyright 1979, JTA, Inc.)

NEW YORK — The
three-year-old Wiener Edu-
cational Center (WEC), a
continuing management
educational program for
executives and administra-
tive staff members of agen-
cies of the New York Feder-
ation of Jewish Philan-
thropies, was organized to
ease in New York the na-
tional shortage of qualified
personnel for such positions
in Jewish communal agen-
cies.
The WEC initiated its
program, under the direc-
tion of Dr. Harry A. Schatz,
to develop a major reservoir
of future administrative
personnel, and to provide an
opportunity for students
from area graduate schools
to obtain practical work ex-
perience in various federa-
tion departments and UJA-
federation joint programs.
Ten students are cur-
rently enrolled in the social
work schools of Adelphi,
Columbia, Fordham and the
Yeshiva University
Wurzweiler School and in
- the graduate school of
Baruch College, Dr. Schatz
reported.
He said the WEC has
developed three educa-
tional programs to meet
the special needs and cir-
cumstances of federation
executives and middle
management personnel
seeking to improve their
administrative knowl-
edge and skills.

other 15 were described as
slight. The restaurant,
which opened after the
Six-Da' War, has a loyal
following and was back in
business Sunday with the
usual crowd of patrons.

on a charge of high
treason; he was believed
to have been resurrected.
"There are minor facts
alongside these major ones:
"He had brothers and sis-
ters; he was a devout Jew;
he had no thought of found-
ing a new religion; the
views ascribed to him fit
comfortably within the
framework of 'normal'
Judaism, which was, to be
sure, multi-faceted."
It was the Jewish defeat
at the hands of the Romans
in 70 CE that promoted the
new religion and it was only
then that the new theology
that was to become Chris-
tianity began to emerge.
Both Christianity and
Islam, he says, "based on
the fruition of Jewish
ideas that changed the
world, yet Jews went on
living in a world that had
transformed their ideas.
while disregarding the
spiritual- matrix of the
transformation."
Finally, says Carmichael,
"if the messianism inherent
in Christianity and Islam
can be said to underlie the
general movement toward
social progress, it may be a
sign that in this respect, too,
the intransigent spirit of
Judaism still soars aloft."

-Deficit Projected'

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Israeli aviation experts be-
lieve El Al Israel Airlines
and Trans World Airlines
will lose $100 on every tic-
ket sold this year for flights
to and from Israel.
The El Al deficit will
amount to $20-$30 million
unless more persons take
advantage of the lower
prices which were intro-
duced late last year.

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