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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-12-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

48 Friday, December 12, 1980

U.S. Asked to Voice Concern on Spreading
Anti-Semitism; Assail French Indifference

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Community petitions
urging U.S. concern in the
recent anti-Semitic out-
rages in France, and to
French authorities not to be
complacent about the occur-
rences, emanated from the
public rally held Sunday af-
ternoon at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
Spreading anti-Semitism
and the bias against Israel
in the UN were especially

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condemned by the speakers,
with admonitions for the
need for unity in Jewish
ranks.
Helen Naimark, repre-
senting the Labor Zionist
Alliance, the organizing
force for the rally, presided
and defined the objectives of
attainging unified efforts in
defense of Israel, against
anti-Semitism and in sup-
port of human rights
everywhere.
Cong. Shaaiey Zedek
and the Metropolitan De-
troit Bnai Brith Council
were the co-sponsoring
organizations.
Prof. Allen Pollack, na-
tional president of the
Labor Zionist Alliance, em-
phasized two urgencies —
solidarity in Jewry and
close cooperation with
non-Jewish groups in sup-
port of the vital human
rights obligations.
In a socio-historical
analysis of the hatreds
against Jews, the anti-
Semitic experiences, Prof.
Pollack deplored an in-
crease in bias and a spread-
ing anti-Semitism. He de-
cried its global character
and declared there must be
concern to confront it where
ever it may occur.
Dr. Pollack urged unified
efforts by Jews in Israel's
defense, in support of suf-
ferers from anti-Semitism

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and especially not to panic
but to exercise courage in
fighting every manifesta-
tion of hatred.
Dr. Carol Rittner, head
of Mercy College's learn-
ing resource center,
added the voice of a de-
vout Christian to the re-
jection of hatreds, the
need for unity among
faiths, in defense of jus-
tice for all. Drawing upon
the Hanuka theme, relat-
ing it to the ideals of her
own Catholic faith, merg-
ing them into an
endorsement of the call
for refusal to justify
bigotries, she called for
all "to stand together"
never again to permit the
recurrence of the
Holocaust horrors.
Rabbi Irwin Groner, in a
stirring address, con-
demned "the ugly patterns
of anti-Semitism" which
were evident in the occur-
rences in Paris.
He challenged the indif-
ference of the French in fac-
ing up to the occurrences
and he echoed the slogan of
"Never Again."
Rabbi Groner declared
that anti-Israelism, anti-
Zionism and anti-Semitism
are one and the same thing
and that its resurgence will
meet with unified Jewish
opposition.
The lighting of the
Hanuka menora sym-
bolizing the sixth night of
the festival became a
symbol of the evening's
demonstration. Youth
members of the move-
ments sponsoring the
protest demonstration lit
the candles, recited
interpretive assignations
for each candle and read
the texts of the appeals to
the U.S. and France. They
were: Mark Bakst, Jeff
Goldsmith, Michel Weil,
Linda Roman, Marcy
York and Michele Unger.
Peitition readers were
Lauri Horwitz and Allen
Tucker. Members of
Habonim youth circu-

lated the petitions at the
rally.
Representatives of the
sponsoring organizations,
who introduced the after-
noon's speakers, were Ida
Joyrich and Floyd Borns-
tein, president of the Met-
ropolitan Detroit Bnai
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