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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12 Friday, January 8, 1982

Polish American Congress Condemns Anti-Semitism

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"The past weeks have
been exceptionally trauma-
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"With new concentration
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If one were to sample
Jewish folk opinion today
about the present crisis in
Poland, I would wager that
a pollster would find a wave
of deepest ambivalence
coursing through the
Jewish soul.
To most Jews, Poland is
the land of Auschwitz. The
diabolic resort to anti-
Semitism on the part of the
present Polish military
government as a means of
discrediting the Solidarity
reform movement would
also not surprise many Jews
who are conscious of how
deeply ingrained anti-
Semitism has been for cen-
turies in Polish culture and
society.
Sharing completely those
historic memories, Jewish
leaders — in particular
those of my own group, the
American Jewish Commit-
tee — have been actively
developing a discerning
strategy that takes into ac-

crucial
other
count
realities. There is a growing
recognition that world
Jewry has a fundamental
stake in upholding the
human rights struggle in
Poland for its success could
positively affect the human
rights of Jews and others in
the Soviet Union and in
other East European coun-
tries.
For that reason, AJ-
Committee has played an
active role during these
past weeks not only in
condemning the vicious
anti-Semitism in Poland,
but also in supporting
Polish Americans in their
defense of human rights
and refugee relief.
During recent meetings
with American Polish and
Catholic leaders, it has been
heartening to find Polish
Americans condemning the
anti-Semitic campaigns in
Poland and welcoming the
solidarity of American Jews
in our common struggle
against the Soviet Union's
repression of all human
rights.

Labor Avoids Commitment
to Lebanon Christian Militia

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Two
leaders of the Labor Party,
Shimon Peres and former
Premier Yitzhak Rabin,
have warned in separate
papers submitted to party
forums that Israel must
avoid any binding commit-
ment to the Christian
militia in southern Leba-
non. Both presentations
will be combined and incor-
porated into the Labor
Party platform.
Peres and Rabin inde-
pendently concluded that in
the event fighting is re-
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democratic world must
mobilize to help Poland,"
Shamir urged.
He noted that the Jewish
people had its own long and
checkered history of rela-
tions with the Poles, includ-
ing the "active aid by many
Poles" to the Nazis during
the Holocaust. "But I am not
here to make that calcula-
tion today," the Foreign
Minister said. His state-
ment was in response to
weeks of pressure from the
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In Jerusalem, Israeli
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Shamir called on denio-
cratic countries to "act
together to defend
democracy" which was
being "cruelly trampled"
in Poland.
In a statement on be-
half of Israel's government,
Shamir told the Knesset
that Israel, although small
and beset with problems of
its own, was a member of
the democratic camp and
therefore concerned about
events in Poland. "The

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speak out on the crisis in Po-
land following the imposi
tion of martial law there.

Poland's Ambassador to
France, Eugeniusz Kulaga,
last week told the World
Jewish Congress that the
Polish government will
move swiftly against any
manifestations of anti-
Semitism in the country,
adding that "those respon-
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because its style and con-
tents "are not relevant to
present reality."

Museum Buys
Dayan Collection

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Israel Museum in
Jerusalem has purchased
most of the late Moshe Day-
ans archeological collection
for $1 million, according to
Haaretz.
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at the museum, each bear-
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Conductor-composer
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appointed co-chairman of a
new summer institute for
young orchestral musicians
and conductors at the Hol-
lywood Bowl, under the au-
spices of the Los Angeles
Philharmonic.
Bernstein has also been
chosen as the first fellow of
Indiana University's new
Institute for Advanced
Study. The conductor will
spend the next six weeks at
the university's
Bloomington campus meet-
ing with students and hold-
ing small seminars.

Jewish PR
Society Installs
W. German Nixes New Officers
NEW YORK — Avi
Mein Kampf Ban Feinglass,
director of public

BONN — West German
Justice Minister Jurgen
Schmude has refused to ban
the publication or distribu-
tion of Adolf Hitler's "Mein
Kampf" because so few
people want to read it.•

ciech Jaruzelski said he
has banned anti-Semitic
broadcasts on the state
radio and claimed that he
would not permit Com-
munist Party members or
the dissident Solidarity
Union to seek advantage
by using anti-Semitism.
Several hundred Jews
and Poles demonstrated in
front of the Polish Consu-
late General in Montreal
last week against manifes-
tations of anti-Semitism by
Poland's military govern-
ment and the imposition of
martial law in that count- ---
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Jewish Congress and was
supported by the Polish-
Canadian Congress.
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"Long live Israel."
In Toronto, a delegation
of the CJC met for 50 min-
utes with the Polish Consul
General Tadeus Janicki to
convey a message of protest.

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Other officers elected in-
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the East Orange, New Jer-
sey Jewish Community
Federation and Martin
Warmbrand of the City
University of New York,
vice presidents; Toby Willig
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