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December 14, 1979 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-12-14

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50 Friday, December 14, 1919

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NEW YORK (JTA) —
The rabbi of a Conservative
synagogue in the Boro Park
section of Brooklyn that was
vandalized last Friday by
Orthodox Jewish zealots,
said this week it was "the
act of a few irresponsible
young fanatics and not the
work of any responsible or-
ganized group."'
Rabbi Baruch Silverstein
of Temple Emanu-El, told
the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, however, that "one
has to blame the atmos-
phere which breeds such in-
tolerance for Jews who don't
practice the way they do."
But the rabbi noted that
the flood of sympathy calls
he has received since the in-
cident included many from
Orthodox rabbis and other
members of the heavily Or-
thodox community.
The act was also strongly
condemned in statements
by Reform and Orthodox
rabbis and by two national
Jewish leaders.
Temple Emanu-El, the
only Conservative house
of worship in the Brook-
lyn neighborhood, was
attacked by members of a
group calling itself TO-
RAH. An unidentified
person claiming to be a
spokesman for the group
said it was an acronym
for "tough Orthodox
Rabbis and Hasidim."
They calimed responsi-
bility for shattering
stained glass windows
and spray painting swas-
tikas and a slogan in He-
brew, "May their names
be erased" on the walls of
the temple.
The spokesman refused to
say how many Jews took
part in the vandalism. He
claimed the act was the be-
ginning of an Orthodox-
Hasidic campaign against
Conservative and Reform
synagogues throughout
New York.
He said a Reform
synagogue in Boro Park,
Rodeph Sholom, was ig-
nored because it is "too
small" to be of concern to his
group. He said the cam-
paign against non-
Orthodox synagogues was
to protest the "inroads" by
the Conservative and Re-
form movements in Israel
and that the TORAH group
considered Reform Jews no
more Jewish than "Jews for
Jesus."
Rabbi Silverstein, who
was born in Europe, com-
mented on the irony that
this group "hates me with as
much intensity as Hitler
did."
Rabbi Pinchos Stolper,
executive vice president
of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of
America, called the van-
dalizing of Temple
Emanu-El an "ugly and
repugnant act." He said,
"I can think of no Jew
who wouldn't condemn
such an act regardless of
his iedological bent." He
added, "I_ don't believe
any Jew will be con-
vinced to change his
ways by employing the
methods of Esau.
Rabbi Nisson Wolpin, a
long-time resident of the

Boro Park community who
is editor of the Agudat Is-
rael organ "Jewish Obser-
vers," told the JTA, "This
action doesn't represent any
responsible group and one
can only stand back in hor-
ror at acts of vandalism
committed in the name of
Torah."
Rabbi Alexander Schin-
dler, president of the Union
of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, who was in To-
ronto attending the 55th bi-
ennial convention of
UAHC, assailed "the bes-
mirching of a synagogue"
and said, "Goons are goons,
whether they wear Ku Klux
Klan sheets or talesim
(prayershawis)."
Nathan Perlmutter, di-
rector of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith, said "the desecration
of a house of worship is con-
temptible whether com-
mited by anti-Semites or by
Jews." He added, "Hasidism
is beautiful. Desecration by
individuals alleging Or-
thodoxy is ugly and the very
antithesis of our rich Or-
thodox tradition."
Henry Siegman, execu-
tive director of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, de-
clared, "Violence in the

name of religious zealotry is
no more acceptable here
than it is in Iran. The desec-
ration of a house of worship

is a particularly despicable
form of hooliganism. It is
unlawful and the guilty
should be fully prosecuted."

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