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June 01, 1979 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-01

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THE DETROIT'

Israeli-African Diplomatic Ties
Still in Limbo After Peace Pact

JERUSALEM (JTA) — the Palestinian problem.
Senegalese President
In a separate interview,
Leopold Senghor believes it Zaire Foreign Minister
is too early to discuss the re- Negoze Carl I'Bondi told
sumption of diplomatic re- Maariv his country would
lations between his country resist any attempt to oust
and Israel.
Egypt from the Organiza-
In an interview with tion for African Unity
Maariv's correspondent in (OAU). "Egypt is a sover-
Africa, Tamar Golan, Sen- eign country, which has the
ghor said the Egyptian- full right to take decisions
Israeli pact was a step in the pertaining to its security .. .
right direction, but he ex- Egypt is an African country
pressed his disappointment and we treat her as such,"
t there was no Palesti- he said.
n representation in the
I'Bondi
further
upcoming autonomy talks. suggested the OAU
Senghor said he did not be- should -reconsider the
lieve Premier Menahem question of resuming dip-
Begin was ready to take the
necessary measures to solve

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NEW YORK — A model
service for Jewish-
Christian joint worship, led
by a Reform rabbi and a
Lutheran minister, will
begin a day-long sym-
posium in New York on
Wednesday at which repre-
sentatives of the two faiths
will seek to develop
guidelines for Christians
and Jews who wish to pray
together.
The event is co-sponsored
by the Office on Christian-
Jewish Relations of the Na-
tional Council of Churches,
which represents 32 Protes-
tant and Orthodox
member-communions
numbering 40 million
Americans, and the De-
partment of Interreligious
Affairs of the Union of
American -Hebrew Congre-
gations, central body of Re-
form Judaism, with 1.2 mil-
lion members.
While combined services
of Christians and Jews have
increased in recent years,
they have been limited
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tween black African states
and Israel be restored. But
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that it doubted that such ac-
tion would come soon be-
cause the African states
fear losing economic aid
from Saudi Arabia.

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Department of Interreli-
gious Affairs. Among the
questions both Jews and
Christians ask, Rabbi
Brickner said, were
these:

What type of prayers are
appropriate? Should the
name of Jesus be used? Is
the _Lord's Prayer too secta-
rian? What is essential for
Christians and Jews in joint
worship? What is to be
avoided?
Largely because these
and similar questions have
not been answered, Rabbi
,Brickner said, "combined
Christian-Jewish religious
services are too often re-
duced to their lowest com-
mon denominator. This
makes joint worhsip both
superficial and bland —
and, as a result, not truly
satisfactory to either Jews
or Christians.
"The guidelines we de-
velop will make possible
meaningful spiritual re-
wards through joint wor-
ship.
"Through such worship, if

Orthodox Ask _
Respect for
Their Diversity

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
leader of Agudath Israel of
America called on Orthodox
Jews to respect the dif-
ferences Within the Or-
thodox community.
"We must respect our dif-
ferences with each other, for
Orthodox Judaism is not a
monolith," Rabbi Yaakov
Kamenetzky, the senior
member of Agudath Israel's
Council of Sages, declared.
"On the contrary, diversity
is the strength of Or-
thodoxy."
Kamenetzky made his
statement to the more than
1,200 rabbinic leaders,
educators, community ac-
tivists and others attending
the 57th annual dinner of
Agudath Israel of America
at the New York Hilton
May 20.

Project Renewal, the
massive plan for social re-
construction in Israel, will
involve neighborhoods
throughout the country,
from Nahariya in the north
to Eilat in the south.

.31

Christian Friends Three Receive Righteous Award
of Israel to Meet
NEW YORK (JTA) — In a occupation for Jews who

ceremony at the Consulate
General of Israel here,
Taeke and Ymie Lubbrts
and Helena Zelwerowicz
Orchon received the highest
citation and medal for the
Righteous of Nations
awarded by Yad Vashem to
gentiles who risked their
lives to save Jews during
the Holocaust of World War
II.
Receiving the award,
Mrs._ Orchon recalled that
her father always had an
open house during the Nazi

SAN FRANCISCO — The
second annual, Christian-
sponsored Israel Seminar
for gentiles will be held
Aug. 20-26 at the Riverview
Park Conference Center in
Cedar Falls, Iowa.
Christian theologians Dr.
G. Douglas Young and Dr.
Claude Duvernoy, both of
Jerusalem, are expected to
be among the speakers.
Casimir Lanowick, who
has been active in many
Christian groups on behalf
of Israel, is chairing the
publicity- committee for the
seminar.
In 1066, 5,000 Jews were
murdered by Arab mobs in
Granada.

needed help. The Lubbrts
said: "We acted as Chris-
tians, in the spirit of Christ.
In 1943 when we saw Jews
transported to the railroad
station, we decided to save
Jewish lives. We never re-
gretted this."

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