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December 04, 1981 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-04

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18 Friday, December 4, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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MITZU-A
MEN 4

STEVEN ZALLA
So n of
Dr. & Mrs. Harvey B. Zalla
Shaarey Zedek
Oct. 24th

MARK RUBIN
Son of
Harvey & Diane Rubin -
Temple Israel
Sept. 26th

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Son of
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Temple Israel
Sept. 26th

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MARK STEVEN SCHWARTZ
Son of
Mr. & Mrs. Larry Schwartz
B'nai David
Oct. 24th

WE SSA I NTLA URENTT

Bailey Sinith
as State Courts Evangelicals

NEW YORK — The Rev.
Bailey E. Smith, president
of the Southern Baptist
Convention, arrived in Is-
rael Tuesday for a week-
long visit under the au-
spices of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith.
The trip, which has been
endorsed by the Israeli gov-
ernment, has been called an
example of the growing ef-
fort by Israel to seek out
support in unlikely seg-
ments of American society.
Smith, who created a fur-
ror last year when he said,
"God Almighty does not
hear the prayer of a Jew,"
will meet with Prime Minis-
ter Menahem Begin and
other Israeli officials in an
-effort to better educate him-
self about the Jewish state.
The ADL's contacts
with Smith began shortly
after his anti-Semitic
statements. League offi-
cials in New York met
with him and he issued
several apologies. "I
deeply regret any hurt
that may have come by
remarks credited to me,"
he wrote to Nathan
Perlmutter, national di-
rector of the league. "I
have a great desire for
better understanding
with you and your
people."
Israel is now giving spe-
cial attention to cultivating
evangelical Christians,
many of whom defend the
Israeli nation for biblical
reasons. Begin has formed a
friendly relationship with
the Rev. Jerry Falwell, head
of the Moral Majority.

-

DANNY BRESSLER
Son of
Roz & Lou Bressler
Beth Achim
Oct. 24th

RICHARD ALAN FAIR
Son of
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Fair
Temple Beth Jacob
Sept. 26th

Summit Decried

The effort has been inten-
sified as relations with the
American Government
have deteriorated. Custom-
ary liberal support in the
U.S. has fallen away and
the Moral Majority has be-
come a political force. The
Israeli quest for evangelical
support has distressed some
U.S. Jews, who regard the
fundamentalist movement
as anti-democratic and po-
tentially anti-Semitic.

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