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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

56 Friday, April 10, 1981

Brutality Is Unchanging for Syria's Jews

By RABBI MARC H.
TANENBAUM

(A Seven Arts Feature)

According to a memoran-
dum prepared by Dr. George

E. Gruen, director of Middle
East affairs for the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee,
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for Moslem Brotherhood
literature or - adherents
should be obvious. Yet
the crackdown on the
Moslem Brotherhood has
led to searches of Jewish
homes and the rape of a
young Jewish housewife.

The term "Musawi" (fol-
lower of Moses, i.e. Jewish)
is entered on the identity
cards of Jews and they are
barred from traveling even
to neighboring countries.
The Syrian authorities have
turned- a deaf ear to re-
peated requests for family
reunions to the United
States.
A recent Swiss visitor to
Syria reported that racial
pressures are growing
within Syria for Jewish
women to convert and
marry Moslems.
While all persons in Syria
are subject to the arbitrary
whim of a lawless regime,
Jews know from bitter ex-
perience that they have spe-
cial reason to feel vulnera-
ble. It is thus all the more
urgent to intensify
humanitarian efforts to ob-
tain the right of Syrian
Jews to emigrate.

Reagan Urged to Maintain
Funds to Try Nazis in U.S.

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carious day by day. They are
uniquely discriminated
against by a strict ban on
Jewish emigration. -
Seven Jewish men are
currently- in prison for al-
legedly having attempted to
leave and other Jewish men
and women have been killed
or severely wounded in ear-
lier escape attempts. Jews
are also subjected to special
decrees, restricting their
right to sell or inherit prop-
erty.
As Syria continues to be
wracked by civil strife, Jews
suffer from the adverse ef-
fect of governmental action
to root out the fanatical
Moslem Brotherhood,
which has murdered top of-
ficials and sought to assas-
sinate President Hafez al-
Assad last summer. To
counter the Brotherhood,
Assad has unleashed his
Defense Arigades and the
Mukhabarat (secret police)
who commit acts in viola-
tion of fundamental human
rights, including searches
without warrant, torture,
detention without trial and
summary executions.
The patent absurdity of
searching Jewish homes

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Sen. Christopher Dodd (D-
Conn.) has been joined by
three Republican and eight
other Democratic Senators
in sending a letter to
President Reagan urging
him not to cut the budget for
the Justice Department's
Office of Special Investiga-
tions (OSI) which investi-
gates and prosecutes ,Nazi
war criminals in the United
States.
The Administration's
proposed budget for the

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With some 20 pages de-
voted to Passover, "The Best
of Jewish Cooking" (Dial
Press) gains status as an
important guide for Jewish
housewives. A strictly
kosher collection of recipes,
this volume also will inter-
est non-Jews who are de-
voted gourmets.
"The Best of Jewish Cook-
ing" was co-authored and
edited by Phyllis Frucht,
Joy Rothschild and Ger-
trude Katz, with the
encouragement of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of Temple
Beth Israel, of Maywood,
N.J.
First published in 1974,
this is a revised edition,
with supplementary mate-
rial that guides the house-
wife and assures kosher
meals of all -varieties. All
recipes bear either a D, M or
P, to denote dairy, meat or
pareve.
Several of the Passover
recipes serve especially
to recommend this vol-
ume. As in all sections
dealing with holidays,
there is an explanatory
introduction to the
Passover section and
here are samples of the
recipes for the festival:

Passover Matza

1982 fiscal year which be-
Pudding with
gins Oct. 1 would reduce the
Apples (P)
allocations for the OSI from
$2.6 million to $2.4 million 3 matzot
and would cut personnel 4 eggs
from 50 to 45 professional 2 cups milk
staffers. The Senators urged 1/4 cup sugar
that instead of decreasing 1 tsp. cinnamon
kosher salt
the budget, it should be in- 1 1 /2 tsp.
cup seedless raisins
creased.
The OSI has initiated KP (Kosher for Passover)
more than 260 investiga- 1 cup apples (peeled and
tions and has 19 pending sliced thin)
cases in the courts.
Break matzot; soak in cold
The Senators also water 5 minutes. Drain. Beat
recommended that At- eggs; add milk, sugar, cinna-
torney General William mon, salt, raisins, apple slices
French Smith "take a and matza. Mix well. Pour into
11/2 quart casserole.
personal interest" in the buttered
Set casserole in pan of
OSI. They noted that his water; bake in moderate overn
predecessor, Benjamin (350 degrees) for 1-11/2 hours,
Civiletti, argued the case or until inserted knife comes
against alleged Nazi war
criminal Feodor Solons Back
Fedorenko before the Citizenship Rule
Supreme Court. "Clearly
demonstrating the prior- for Wallenberg
ity and level of commit-
The Jewish Community
ment that the justice de- Council has announced its
partment placed on pro- support of a joint Congres-
secuting these individu- sional Resolution which
would award honorary
als."
Joining Dodd in signing United States citizenship to
the letter are: Sen. Rudy Raoul Wallenberg. _
Congressmen from the
Boschwitz, (R-Minn.), Carl
Levin (D-Mich.), John Dan- tri-county region serving as
--forth (R-Mo.) John Heinz co-sponsors of the resolution
(R-Pa.), Paul Sarbanes include; James Blanchard,
(D-Md.), Edward Kennedy William Brodhead, William
(D-Mass.), Daniel Inouye Broomfield, John Conyers,
(D-Hawaii), Harrison Dennis Hertel and William
Williams (D-N.J.), Howard Ford. Other Michigan Con-
Metzenbaum (D-Ohio), gressmen endorsing the
Claiborne Pell (D-R.I.) and resolution are Bob Traxler,
Howard Wolpe and Donald
Howell Heflin (D-Ala.)
Albosta.

Arms Exports

GALLERY ART CENTER

Section Devoted to Passover
in 'Best of Jewish Cooking'

LONDON (ZINS) — The Sheep Seminar
rapidly expanding Israeli MOSHAV SHORES_ H
arms industry now ranks (JNI) — Scientists and re-
seventh in the world accord- searchers from Europe,
ing to the British publica- South Africa, Australia,
tion, Defense Attache. Is- and India attended an in-
rael had arms sales of $1.3 ternational symposium in
billion for the year ending Israel recently on sheep-
April 1, the magazine said. raising. Israel's sheep and
This marks an increase of goats hold the world record
40 percent. for milk production.

out clean. Serves 6-8. (Save a
few apple slices and arrange
them on top of pudding,
sprinkle with cinnamon and
sugar before baking.)

* * *

3

Banana Nut
Kugel (P)

cups matza farfel
4 eggs
1 /2 tsp. kosher salt
6 tbsps. sugar
1/4 cup pure vegetable
shortening (melted) KP
2 medium bananas
(unripe, sliced)
1/2 cup nuts (chopped)
Pour cold water over farfel
and drain immediately so that
farfel is moist but not soggy.
Beat eggs with salt, sugar and
melted fat. Mix with farfel. In a
greased 11/2 quart baking dish,
place half the farfel mixture.
Arrange the sliced bananas on
top and sprinkle with the nuts.
Top with the balance of the far-
fel mixture. Bake in a moderate
oven (350 degrees) for 45 min-
utes or until set and lightly
browned. Serves 6.

* * *

Spiced
Zucchini (P)

1 medium onion (diced)
1 cup celeryTchopped)
3 tbsps. pure vegetable oil
or pareve margarine KP
1/4 cup water
1 (11 oz.) can tomato and
mushroom sauce KP
Kosher salt
Freshly ground pepper
3 tbsps. sugar
1/4 cup cider vinegar
2 tbsps. matza meal
5 or 6 zucchini (sliced)
1 green pepper (diced)
1 tbsp. parsley (chopped)
Saute onion and celery in oil
until tender. Add water, sauce,
salt and pepper, sugar, vin-
egar and matza meal. Bring to
boil and simmer for 5 minutes.
Add zucchini and pepper,
cover and cook for 15 minutes
or until vegetables are tender
but still crisp. Sprinkle with
parsley and serve. Serves 6.

* * *

Apple Pudding
for Passover (P)

3 matza
3 large apples (peeled and
cored)
1 /4 cup dates (finely cut) KP
1/2 cup seedless raisins KP
1/2 tsp. cinnamon
Rind of 1/4 lemon (sliced thin)
3/4 cup dark brown sugar
(firmly packed)
1/4 cup pure vegetable shorten-
ing (melted) KP
3 eggs (beaten light and thick)
Soak the matza in water until
soft and squeeze dry. Cut the
apples in small, thick pieces.
Place all ingredients in a bowl
and mix well. Pour into a
greased, 1 quart casserole and
bake at 350 degrees about
minutes, until well broiv
Serves 5-6.

* * *
The collective effort re-
sulting in this book contains
many important features. It
defines the dietary laws,
has recipes for the Sabbath
meals as well as all the fes-
tivals, with the introduc-
tory comments about all of
them.
The commendations "The
Best of Jewish Cooking" re-
ceived from the temple in -
New Jersey where it was
produced will surely be
echoed wherever the cook-
book will be used in Jewish
homes.

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