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November 20, 1981 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dutch Rabbi Criticizes Churches

AMSTERDAM (JTA) -- posium on the 50th an-
Rabbi Avraham Soeten- _ niversary of the Liberal
Jewish Congregation, ob-
dorp, speaking at a syrri
served that after the
synagogue bombing in
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tacks on Jews it is cool, aria-
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that even the statement by
the Council of Christian
Churches condemning
anti-Semitism lacked any
expression of solidarity
with Jews.
He attributed that atti-
tude to the fact that the
Jewish people and Israel
are no longer seen as a
sign of hope but as a
troublesome problem.
In addition, , Soetendorp
said, the churches view
Judaism mainly as an in-
teresting object of study.
The new generation of
Christians no longer feels
any responsibility for the
suffering caused Jews by
the Nazis and there is now,
in several Christian
churches, a strong interest
in Islam and the Moslem
countries because of the
large numbers of Turks and
Moroccans now living in
Holland, he said.

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