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November 28, 1980 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, November 28, 1980

Linowitz Contrasts Begin, Sadat

STATE OF
ISRAEL BONDS
BEFORE MATURITY

NEW YORK (ZINS) — In
an interview with Jane
Rosen of London's The
Guardian, Sol Linowitz,
President Carter's envoy for
the Middle East, said that
Israeli Premier Menahem
Begin walks in "his own his-
tory, the Holocaust always
hovering over him." He
wants to be known as a
peacemaker but not, he tells
Linowitz, at the cost of a
single Jewish life.
If Begin has his way, Is-
rael will never give up Eretz
Yisrael, the biblical pat-
rimony, "the land of my
fathers." Linowitz described

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NEW YORK (JTA) — In a
move to actively encourage
aliya, the United
Synagogue of America, the
congregational arm of the
Conservative movement,
has announced that it has
helped organize the first
United Synagogue "Garin
Nitzan" (nucleus), a group
of young men and women
who will band together to
live in Israel in a communal
settlement.
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president of the United
Synagogue, and Rabbi Ben-
jamin Kreitman, executive
vice president, said the new
group is composed of "a
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idealists trained in the val-
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The garin, a project of the
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fairs and Aliya of the
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ceived the official endorse-
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the movement of Conserva-
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As of now, the core group of
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married couples and sing-
les, ages 22-35, who plan to
settle in Israel within five
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Begin as a lawyer concerned
about specific details, the
precise word.
In contrast, Sadat has a
grand sweep, a general feel-
ing of what he wants to ac-
complish and leaves details
to his lieutenants. Linowitz
described Sadat as an "ex-
traordinary man, relaxed,
easy, supremely confident
of his instincts and judg-
ment, sure of his role as a
peacemaker and convinced
that the rest of the world

will eventually follow him."
He is truly committed to
helping the Palestinians to
achieve full autonomy,
Linowitz said.

New Yiddish
Weekly Is
Launched in, NY

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
new Orthodox weekly, "Die
Yiddishe Vochenzeitung,"
has been launched here, it
was announced by Rabbi
Jechiel Elbaum, who will be
the editor of the weekly.
The foundefs of the
weekly, which will be lo-
cated in the Boro Park sec-
tion of Brooklyn, are well
known rabbis and promi-
nent Orthodox community
leaders who will bring news
and articles of Jewish topics
and interest pertaining to
the spirit of the Torah, ac-
cording to the founders.
The weekly will be politi-
cally impartial but will re-
flect the spirit of the board
of the Great Torah Sages of
the Agudas Israel. Accord-
ing to the announcement,
the weekly has the
endorsement of Rabbi
Moshe Feinstein, Rabbi
Shlomo Halberstam, Rabbi
Israel Spira and other
Torah leaders.

A tone for
the Guilty

By LEO SCHNEIDERMAN

In this world
The innocent atone
For the sins of the guilty.
Will there be a Yom Kippur
In the life-to-come?
If so
The pattern will remain un-
changed
The slain asking the Holy
One
To forgive their slayers.

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Disney Center
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Israel Pavillion

ORLANDO, Fla. — Israel
has joined the list of nations
participating in Disney
World's $800 million
EPOCT (Experimental Pro-
totype Community of To-
morrow) Center by sponsor-
ing a pavillion in the cen-
ter's world showcase sec-
tion.
The pavillion, which is
being designed by Yosef
Wolf, president of the Israel
Tourist Industry Develop-
ment Corp., will feature Is-
raeli culture, products and
attractions.
Other countries taking
part in the venture include
Mexico, the United King-
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