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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-07-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12 Friday, July 25, 1980

Debate Continues Over Criticism of Israel

the responsibility to par-
ticipate in each other's af-
fairs as "partners in the
Jewish enterprise."
But the 40 Israeli and
American Jewish scholars
and community activists
gathered by the American
Jewish Congress for four
days of discussions and de-
bate differed sharply on
whether criticism and coun-
sel should be aired in public,
particularly when it came to
domestic politics and mili-

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The 16th annual
American-Israel Dialogue
ended here last Friday with
general agreement that
American Jews and Israelis
had not only the right but

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DOES Israel remain in
tary security.
Squadron, Samaria and Judaea be-
Howard
president of the American cause it must do so for its
Jewish Congress and own 'safety or because it
chairman of the Conference wants to expand its borders
of Presidents of Major for religious reasons?
American Jewish Organi-
The propriety of having
zations, said that public at- to stay in the West Bank for
tacks by American Jews security reasons is well
against Israel's West Bank within the worldwide
policies, for example, were Jewish consensus. The idea
"unhelpful" because they that Israel should stay there
divert attention from the in order to make the borders
genuine consensus that of `Medinat Yisrael' (State
exists within American of Israel) coterminous with
Jewry on the essential is- those of `Eretz Yisnael'
(Land of Israel) is far, far
sues."
The dialogue devoted outside that consensus."
Mann spoke out against
considerable discussion
to the importance of the Gush Emunim and its
influence on the govern-
American aliya.
Meanwhile, Theodore ment of Israel.
Israel's chief autonomy
Mann, the immediate
past chairman of the negotiator, Interior
Conference of Presidents Minister Yosef Burg of
of Major American the National Religious
Jewish Organizations, Party, counseled re-
contended that there is a straint by U.S. Jews. He
world Jewish consensus warned that Israel's
supporting Israel's re- enemies seize upon out-
taining the West Bank for spoken Jewish criticism
security reasons but not to use against Israel.
According to Burg, criti-
for religious reasons.
"There is nothing im- cism should be expressed
moral in Israel's governing not in the public press but
1.2 million Arabs who don't through "organizational
want to be governed by channels that exist in the
them. The real question is:
Jewish world."

German Police Try to Halt
Illegal Emigration of Jews

BONN (JTA) — Police in
West Berlin-have embarked
on a major operation of
processing all the personal
papers of nearly 2,000 Jews,
some of whom came to this
city with forged entry
documents.
A police spokesman said
in response to a question
that the investigation is far
from being closed and that

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Jewish families who left the
Soviet Union and turned up
here. Most of them claim
that they are of German
origin, and thus entitled to
German citizenship and to
financial benefits.
An investigation by
police uncovered a band of
forgers with branches in
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West Berlin and substan-
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ethnic Germans.

Paris Ceremony
Marks WWII
Jewish 'Roundup

PARIS (JTA) — A cere-
mony marking the 38th an-
niversary of the rounding
up of Jews in Paris during
World War II here was held
last Thursday, near the spot
where they were assembled
before being sent to Nazi
death camps.
The rounding up of Jews,
mostly immigrants from
eastern countries who had
come to France in the 1920s
and 1930s, took place on
July 16, and 17, 1942. Those
arrested by. French police,
acting on orders of the Ger-
mans, were assembled in
the Vel d'Hiver indoor cycl-
ing track. Some 30,000
people were detained for
several days without food
and water in sultry
weather.

We support Judge Robert
C. Anderson for Oakland
Circuit Court. And we — a
committee in formation —
urge readers of The Jewish
News and their friends to
join with us in voting for
Judge Anderson in the
August 5 Oakland County
primary election!!

Edward Gold

Robert H. Naftaly

Martin M. Doctoroff

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, Judge
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