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January 29, 1982 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 29, 1982 5

Reform, Conservative Rabbis Hail Court Order on Marriages

(Continued from Page 1)
movement, issued a
statement- from
Jerusalem where he is
presently meeting with
the leaders of Israel's
Conservative movement,
Mesorati. "It is time that
Israel bases its recogni-
tion on the procedure fol-
lowed in marriage and
conversion rites, rather
than the identity of the
persons performing

those rites, so long as the
rabbi is duly ordained by
a recognized religious
body," Rabinowitz said.
He predicted that "Con-
servative as well as Reform
rabbis who now suffer the
same rejection, even though
their services are performed
in accordance with the pro-
cedures defined by halakhic
traditions, will ultimately
benefit from the courageous
initiative taken by Israel's

Reform rabbis."
The Supreme Court's
order was also applauded in
a statement issued by Ger-
son Cohen, Chancellor of
the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, and
signed by senior officials of
the Seminary and the Con-
servative movement. "This
decision reflects the demo-
cratic foundations upon
which the state of Israel was
established and continues

Two Arab Terrorists Get Life Terms
in Fatal Vienna Synagogue Attack

* * *

Goren Angers
Danish Jews

LONDON — Israel Chief
Rabbi Shlomo Goren has
angered the 8,000 Jews of
Denmark by stepping into a
local dispute.
According to the London

Jewish Chronicle, the dis-
pute centers on members of
the Board of Deputies of
Danish Jews Asking two
members of its Board of
Representatives to resign.
At the urging of those
members, Rabbi Goren
declared that Denmark's
Chief Rabbi, Bent Mel-
chior, is not recognized
by Israel's Chief Rabbi-
nate as Orthodox.
The Danes retorted that

their Chief Rabbi was or-
dained by Britain's Chief
Rabbi, Sir Israel Brodie,
and this authorization is
broadly recognized. The
angry Board of Deputies
challenged Rabbi Goren for
being drawn into a local
quarrel which "until now
has not involved religious
differences."

Angry Italian Jews

(Continued from Page 1)
Rome's main synagogue on
targeted Jewish institu- them.
tions in Western Europe
Meanwhile, representa- the banks of the Tiber has
and is also suspected of as- tives of the Jewish commu- been a frequent target. Sev-
sassinating Palestine Lib- nity center said the center eral years ago, fire bombs
eration Organization offi- would not demand repara- exploded outside the build-
cials in European cities.
tions payments for the at- ing. The Chief Rabbi's car
The Belgian police have tack but would ask for was burned last November.
Three young Soviet Jews
applied for the extradition 30,000 schillings ($2,000) to
of Radjeh to stand trial for repair damage to the were seriously injured last
year when a bomb exploded
the murder of the PLO synagogue.
European representative,
In a related development, outside their usual gather-
Naim Khadar, in Brussels a military court in Tel Aviv ing place at the central post
last June 1. If the Austrian sentenced five Palestinians office in Ostia, near Rome.
Other bomb targets
authorities agree, he would from Gaza to life in prison
be tried in Belgium, but for murdering seven people, have been the Israel
serve his sentence in Au- hurling grenades at Israeli Tourist Office and the El
stria.
vehicles and stockpiling
Debt is to a man what the
Another Al Asifa ter- arms.
serpent is to the bird; its eye
The five, all from the fascinates, its breath
rorist, Bahij Younis, will
go on trial in Vienna later same refugee camp, accord- poisons, its coil crushes
this year for allegedly ing to a military spokes- sinew and bone, its jaw is
masterminding the at- man, were convicted of the pitiless grave.
tack on the community murdering an Israeli cab
— Bulwer
center. The gun used to driver who needed emer-
assassinate both Nittel gency repairs near the camp
and Khadar was found in and people from Gaza, some
of whom were believed to
his apartment.
FRVI
Younis testified at the have been killed because
trial of Radjeh and Hassan they cooperated with the Is-
BASK
that he knew neither of raeli authorities.
3 Tithes- Dalt*
Nation-Wide

VIENNA (JTA) —
_-ham Mohammed Rad-
j• .1, and Marwan Hasan,
2b-, members of a Palesti-
nian terrorist organization,
were sentenced, to life im-
prisonment for the attack
last August on the Jewish
community center and
synagogue in Vienna in
which two persons were kil-
led and 18 wounded.
The sentence was pro-
nounced after a Vienna
court found the two men
guilty of firing sub-
machineguns and throwing
hand grenades at worship-
pers leaving the premises.
Radjeh was acquitted of
the murder of Vienna city
councilman Heinz Nittel
who was gunned down last
May 1, but was found guilty
of complicity in that mur-
der.
He had been charged
with the murder on the
basis of a confession he
made under interroga-
tion, but later retracted.
The two terrorists had
confessed to membership in
an extremist Palestinian
group called Al Asifa,
KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y. to the United Nations,
headed by a lawyer, Abu
(JTA) — Frieda Lewis, Jeane Kirkpatrick, "for the
Nidal.
The group, operating out president of Hadassah, an- principled stand she has
of Syria and Iraq, has nounced that the Israel taken during the Security
Ministries of Education and Council debate on the Golan
U.S. Confident
of Finance, and the Munici- Resolution."
pality of Jerusalem, have
Lavie said that "Israel is
Four in Europe
arrived at an understand- the only country in the
Will Join MFO
ing with Hadassah which world expert in saving
WASHINGTON (JTA) — will lead to the eventual Jews," and said that nearly
The State Department said takeover by the government two million have been re-
last week it was "confident" of the historic high school scued from displaced person
that four West European established by Hadassah's camps, Oriental countries,
countries would be mem- founder, Henrietta Szold, in and other areas of danger
since World War II.
bers of the Sinai peacekeep-
The fact that the flow of
ing force when Israel makes 1942._ Lewis said the gov-
its final withdrawal from ernment will erect a new Jewish immigration from
school building for 750 stu- the Soviet Union and
the Sinai in April.
Britain, France, Italy and dents prior to the 1986-1987 from Ethiopia is at a low
The Netherlands "are com- school year; and it will ebb does not mean that
mitted to participation" in share in aphased transfer of the Israelis have not been
the Multinational Force the school to the municipal- working on the problem,
and Observers (MFO), de- ity that will retain the name Lavie said, adding that it
partment deputy spokes- of Hadassah for the school was unfair for Israel to be
blamed for the reluc-
man Alan Romberb said. forever.
Israel's Ambassador to tance of the Marxist
"And while there are still
some areas of disagreement the United Nations, countries to allow the
as to the terms of participa- Yehuda Blum, and the Is- Jews to leave.
Discussing the autonomy
tion, we expect those dis- rael Consul General in New
agreements to be worked York Naphtalie Lavie, ad- talks, Lavie said that, "For
out in the very near future." dressed the opening session the first time the Palesti-
Secretary of State Ale- of the midwinter national nian Arabs are being of-
fered by Israel more au-
xander Haig, while in board meeting.
alem last week, repor-
Blum presented a sur- tonomy than they ever had
t, urged Israel to accept vey of recent events at the • under the Turks, the British
the European letter, al- United Nations, and said Mandate, or Jordan."
though he is said to have that the "Soviet Union
conceded that it did not go and its supporters are UJA Walk Set
as far as Israel wants. Israel exploiting the Arab ob-
NEW YORK — Judy Sla-
does not want participation session with Israel in ter of Boston has been ap-
in the MFO to be linked to order to deflect attention pointed national chairman
anything but the Camp from trouble spots such of the sixth annual United
David process and the as Poland."
Jewish Appeal Walk-A-
Egyptian-Israeli peace
He also expressed appre- Thon which is scheduled for
ciation to U.S. Ambassador May 2.
treaty.

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extension of the principles
of religious pluralism.

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