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December 26, 1980 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-12-26

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6 Friday, December 26, 1980

Hebron Blast

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
One person was killed and
another wounded recently
in an explosion near Heb-
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Jews Killed in Iran, Germany

"Islamic
Teheran's
Hodjatoleslam
judge,"
Guihani, said at the time
that Farzami was arrested
on the basis of documents
fourid at the American em-
bassy after its occupantion.
He said these documents
showed that Farzami was
paid a monthly stipend by
the "American imperialist
spies."
Farzami, according to
French sources, explained
at the time of his arrest that
he was paid for various
translations and that he
needed this money to "sup-
plement his meager in-
come" from the AFP. The
Jewish journalist was exe-
cuted in Teheran's Evin
Central Prison where 337
people have already been
executed since the Ayatol-
lah came to power.

(Continued from Page 1) langen, and for a time
speculation and insisted owned the Ner Tamid Pub-
later that there were no lishing Co. which spe-
cialized in Jewish books.
clues.
Werner Nachman,
No organization or indi-
vidual has claimed respon- chairman of the Jewish
sibility for the killings. community of West Ger-
Premier Franz-Joseph many, condemned the mur-
Strauss of Bavaria de- der which, he said, was
nounced the crime and aimed against all democrats
promised that every effort in the country. He denied a
will be made to trace those rumor that Levin had been
a personal aide to Moshe
responsible.
Levincame to West Ger- Dayan when the latter was
many in the late 1950s from Israel's defense minister. A
Israel where he is known to similar denial was issued by
have a family. He was the Israeli embassy in
chairman for several years Bonn.
The Iranian Jew, Far-
of the Jewish community of
zami, who was 70 years
Nuremburg,
near
Er-
_
old, headed for almost 20
years the main Teheran
foreign language daily,
"Journal de Teheran,"
serving as its editor and
publisher. After the
paper closed down fol-
lowing the takeover of
the Iranian government
by Ayatollah Ruhollah
Khomeini, Farzami
started working for the
AFP as a translator and
reporter. Arrested last
February, his trial was
held in secret and the
verdict kept secret.

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The man who is believed
to have been the presiding
judge at the trial, Guihani,
later said he was "ashamed
that no more enemies of the
people and of Islam" have
been executed. According to
Teheran Radio, he promised
to be "more vigilant" in the
future.

(Copyright 1980, JTA, Inc.)

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There are many speakers
who came from Israel to the
United States to address
American Jewish audi-
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unique than Rabbi Adin
Steinsaltz, the talmudic
scholar and mystic who ap-
peared recently at
"Dialogue 80," the commu-
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(Continued from Page 1)
public land, political pris-
oners and security pro-
visions. He did not elabo-
rate.
Linowitz dismissed the
Middle East initiative of
the European Economic
Community (EEC) coun-
tries as "an alternative

Action Urged
to Stop Violence

NEW YORK — The
American Jewish Commit-
tee has urged its chapters
and units in 87 cities in the
United States to initiate
community action now that
could help prevent future
group conflict, including ra-
cial violence.
Noting that planning for
the defusion of the inter-
group tension was prefera-
ble to dealing with riots, the
Committee recently
suggested, that its local
leaders work in close con-
sultation with municipal of-
. ficials and with local repre-
sentatives of the U.S. Jus-
tice Department Commu-
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taking preventive action.

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audience that included
many college students at-
tracted by his reputation.
Paradoxically, this situa-
tion has come about at a
time when there is more
hope for peace, he noted.
Steinsaltz said the ability
of Jews has always been
that they could adapt to
change. He said the reason
Israel emerged victorious
from its wars was that the
army always had an abun-
dance of initiative and did
not follow the rules set by
others.
The Jerusalem rabbi
was then asked to turn
his attention to Gush
Emunim, the militant ul-
tranationalist group that
has sought to establish
Jewish settlements on
the West Bank, often
against the wishes of the
government. "As persons
they are the finest Israel
has produced," Stein-
saltz said. "Emotionally,"
he supports them. But, in-
tellectually "I don't think
they are doing the right
things."
Steinsaltz explained that
Israel "isn't strong enough"
at this time to support such
a policy. "Reluctantly, I go
with the other side," he said.
But he seemed to hint that
the Gush Emunim might be
valuable as a bargaining
point for negotiations on the
West Bank.
Steinsaltz
However,
added one proviso, "If there
were two million more
American Jews" in Israel
"we could do these things."
On other matters, Stein-
saltz said that Israel should
be the center of the Jewish
people.

Levity of behavior is the
bane of all that is good and
virtuous.
—Seneca

without an avenue." He
met with a top EEC dip-
lomat, British Foreign
Secretary Lord Car-
rington, in London be-
fore he returned to the
U.S.
The joint Begin-Sadat
statement ended with ex-
pressions of thanks to
President Carter "for the
part he and his advise ,
played in helping us to MO \
forward in our quest for
peace in the Middle East."
The two leaders also ex-
pressed gratitude to
President-elect Reagan for
his promise that the U.S.
would remain committed to
the Camp David process.

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