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June 26, 1981 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

14 Friday, June 26;1981

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SPRING GLEN, N.Y.
(JTA) — A leading Or-
thodox rabbi criticized what
he called attempts by Con-
servatiVe and Reform
groups to undertake a pro-
gram to utilize the United
Jewish Appeal, the United
Israel Appeal and federa-
tion agencies throughout
the United States to press
Israel to grant their rabbis
the right to officiate at mar-
riages, divorce and conver-
sion in Israel.
Rabbi Sol Roth, president
of the Rabbinical Council of
America, made the charge
in his presidential address
at the opening of the 45th
annual convention of the _
Orthodox rabbinical group.
Addressing some 500

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delegates, Rabbi Roth
called on all religious
groups in the Jewish corn-
munity to reaffirm the in-
dispensable unity of the
Jewish people which, he
said, "has always been pre-
dicated on the fundamental
premise that in various
forms, Orthodox, Conserva-
tive and Reform groups
shall not adopt a partisan
posture but rather shall
work together to respond to
the challenges to Jewish life
that are universal in na-
ture."

House cuts
UN Funding

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The House appropriation
subcommittee eliminated
Wednesday the $500,000
appropriation for the
United Nations "Decade of
Women" and placed the
funds instead in a bi-
partisan fund to assist poor
women in developing coun-
tries. The "decade" started
in 1976 and will continue
until 1985.
Rep. William Lehman
tD-Fla.) who proposed the
action, said that the UN De-
cade of Women conference
held in Copenhagen last
July "was practically run by
the Palestine Liberation
Organization, whose goal
was to politicize it in the
same way it did the Mexico
City conference in 1975"
which was "the first inter-
national effort to identify
Zionism with racism."
Rep. Lehman stressed
that "as long as any UN
agency insists on violating
its rules so that it can os-
tracize Israel and promote
anti-Semitism or pervert
Western values, our sub-
committee will have some-
thing to say about it."

The Michigan Committee of Sports for Israel
Extends Their Warmest
Congratulations and Best Wishes
to
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You symbolize the power and the glory 8,
our young Jewish people, As all of you
gather together from every continent in a
friendly and inspiring demonstration of skill
and strength, in Israel.

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Goldmann Backs
Palestine State



VIENNA, (JTA) — Dr.
Nahum Goldmann, long a
servere critic of Israel gov-
ernment policies toward the
Arabs, has come out
strongly in favor- of the es-
tablishment of a Palesti-
nian state, according to an
interview published in the
daily Kurier Monday.
Goldmann, a past
president of the World
Jewish Congress and of the
World Zionist Organiza-
tion, maintained that no
solution could be found to
the crisis in Lebanon until
Israeli-Arab relations are
improved and an important
prerequisite for that de-
velopment was the creation
of a Palestinian state.

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