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June 26, 1981 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-26

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Friday, June 26, 19111'

THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS

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getting rid of bores; for it is
too bad that a poor wretch

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and that no punishment can
be inflicted on those who
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Levin Program Opposes Religious. Right

WASHINGTON — Sen. evangelical Christians
Carl Levin (D-Mich.), of- are right-wingers, and
fered to 10-point program not all fundamentalists
last week for meeting what seek to marry religion
he termed "the threat to and politics;
"Let us seek allies and
civil liberties posed by the
join with other groups; let
radical religious right."
Sen. Levin addressed the us concern ourselves with
opening session of the an- many of the same issues
nual Consultation on Con- that they have seized — is-
science sponsored by the sues about which we are
Commission on Social Ac- equally concerned, includ-
tion of Reform Judaism in ing crime in the streets, the
Temple Sinai. Other speak- break-up of the American
ers were Father Robert Dri- family and similar con-
nan, former Democratic cerns; let us spell out not
Congressman from Massa- only what we are against
chusetts, and Rabbi David but what we are for. We will
Saperstein, director of Re- find most Americans are
form Judaism's Religious with us; let us not be silent,
Action Center in Washing- even if it means criticizing
ton. those who support Israel.
In his talk, Sen. Levin The great threat to Ameri-
outlined a series of steps for can pluralism posed by
confronting "the challenge those who denounce their
of those who would political opponents as God-
theologize the political is- less," Sen. Levin said, "is
sues of the day." He recom- made doubly dangerous by
mended: virtue of the fact that on an
"Let us not be guilty of issue of vital concern to us,
stereotyping." Not all we welcome their support.

Reconstructionists Expand

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Warning against an intel-
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constructionist leader said
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voice of Judaism must not
be silenced" and that that
viewpoint "is just as moral
as the viewpoint of those
who oppose all progress."
The warning, which in-
cluded a caution against
"conservative Jewish publi-
cations," was made by
Rabbi Ludwig Nadelmann,

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that even progressives and
liberals may differ on var-
ious issues."

But we cannot climb into
bed with them because they
support Israel. The progeny
of such a union would not
being nachas to us.
"Let us not leave the
political field open to them;
"Let us not lose faith in
the American people; let us
not be deceived by the Big
Lie; let us not lose our sense
of humor; and let us realize

president of the Jewish Re-
constructionist Foundation,
at a plenary session ending
the four-day 21st annual
convention of the RecOn-
structionist movement at
Grossinger's Hotel.
Rabbi Nadelmann also
outlined a five-year plan for
expansion of the movement,
revising its prayer book, in-
creased educational pro-
gramming and greater per-
sonal contacts between
movement leaders and its
constituencies.
The delegates ap-
proved a resolution cal-
ling on the Israel gov-
ernment and on interna-
tional refugee organiza-
tions to "do much more"
than they have to allevi-
ate the plight of Falasha
Jews in Ethiopia. In
other rekAutions, the
delegates expressed
"dismay" over projected
social welfare cuts by the
Reagan Administration
and declared their oppo-
sition to the Helms-Hyde
bill in Congress that
would void the U.S. Sup-
reme Court's ruling that
abortion is a constitu-
tionally protected right.
At the same time, the
convention urged Jewish
communal agencies to "es-
tablish quality child care
programs to encourage
childbearing and child rear-
ing."

Schoalrs Respect
Rambam's Edict

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Talmudist Yehoshua Gil-
boa, writing in Haaretz,
says that many of the
world's leading Orthodox
scholars refuse to come to
Israel in spite of their sup-
port for the Jewish state be-
cause of an ancient teaching
of the Rambam.
The Rambam said Jews
may leave Israel for busi-
ness or other temporary
reasons but one must not
settle outside the land. The
scholars believe that once
they visit they must remain
there.

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