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December 07, 1979 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-12-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jihad in Foreign Relations

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By RABBI MARC
TANENBAUM

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(Editor's note: Rabbi
Marc H. Tanenbaum is
national inter-religious
affairs director of the
American Jewish Com-
mittee.)

The anti-American vio-
lence that has erupted in
Iran and in other parts of
the Islamic world has quite
rightly left many Ameri-
cans angry and anxious.
The vocabulary of outrage
has been exhausted over the
unprecedented violation of
the diplomatic immunity of
American embassies in
Iran, Pakistan, Turkey,
India and Libya.
As Burton Monasch has
commented, not even Adolf
Hitler violated the sanctity
of embassies and diplomatic
personnel, a sanctity on
which rests the entire
structure of international
relations.
Beyond that, the Islamic
rhetoric has been incen-
diary and provocative. Rag-
ing Moslem mobs shouting
"Death to America," "Death
to Carter," and their fantas-

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continued work on the proj-
ect.

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puty Premier Yigael
Yadin, who are jointly in
charge of the project,
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definite yet and do not
know whether Hurwitz
really intends to freeze
the government's 50 per-
cent contribution to
Project Renewal.

Yadin has warned he
would resign if the project
was dropped.

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tic charges that America
and Israel are responsible
for the attack on the mosque
in Mecca have elicited an-
gry, and in many cases, un-
justified reprisals against
Iranians in America.

Behind these violent
episodes, it is essential
that we prepare our-
selves to confront a
whole new cultural style
in foreign relations. In
the Shiite tradition,
Ayatollah Khomeini is
conceived of as an Imam,
a superhuman, semi-
divine king, who is infal-
lible.

The jihad or holy war
dates back to the Medinan
period of Mohammed and
justified armed warfare in
the vigorous pursuit of Is-
lamic goals, just as "raz-
zias," making raids on
neighboring tribes was a
common feature of Arabic
life. The distinction be-
tween inner peace for the
Muslim world — dar-al-
Islam — remains as sharp
today as in the Seventh
Century, and Khomeini's
rhetoric reflects that
reality.
Above it all, one can begin
to understand what the
Western-oriented Israelis
have had to cope with for
many years. Now that net-
tled ball is in our American
ball-park, and we've got to
learn a new, tough ball
game.

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