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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 Friday, March 5, 1982

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IDF Begins Removing Sinai Protestors

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Un-
armed Israeli soldiers
moved into the Yamit-area
village of Hatzar Adar at
dawn Wednesday and re-
moved 60 members of the
"Halt the Withdrawal"
movement who had bar-
ricaded themselves into
mobile homes and tempor-
ary buildings.
As the soldiers ap-
proached the demon-
strators, members of the
ultra-nationalist Maoz
movement and followers of
Rabbi Meir Kahane's Kach
movement locked them-
selves into the buildings
after setting afire old tires
outside.
When they refused to
leave, the soldiers, who had
left their weapons outside
the village, used axes to tear
down the doors.
They found the settlers
lying on the ground, their
arms interlocked.
The soldiers had to
force the demonstrators'
arms apart and carry
them, kicking and
struggling, to waiting
buses.

* *

Druckman Quits Knesset,
Likud Loses Its Majority

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Menahem Begin's
Likud-led coalition will lose
its one seat majority in the
Knesset with the resigna-
tion of Rabbi Haim

The Midrasha College of Jewish Studies

Presents

The Mina and Theodore Bargman Memorial Lectures

MODES OF MORALITY FOR
CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN JEWRY

DR. ARTHUR BROWN

Professor of
Educational
Philosophy
Wayne State - Univ.

Wed., March 10-8 p.m.
at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek

"Can There Be
Morality
Without God?"

RABBI
HAROLD M. SCHULWEIS

Valley
Beth Shalom
Encino, California

Wed., March 17-8 p.m.
at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek

"Success,
Achievement
and
Jewish Ethics"

They were taken to a
camp near Beersheva. They
have so far not been charged
with any offense.
Meanwhile, the 23 Stop
the Withdrawal members
detained at Moshav Priel
earlier this week and also
held in detention have
started a hunger strike to
protest the authorities'
failure to charge
, them for-
mally.
Security forces are ex-
pected to move next against
the settlement. of Azmona,
also settled ilegally by Maoz
and Kach members. The
tactic of the demonstrators
is understood to be that they
will occupy the nearest
synagogue when soldiers
approach, leaving their
wives and children at home.
Their object appears to be
to ensure television cover-
age.
Army and security
forces set up road blocks
leading to northern Sinai
last Friday in an effort to
halt the growing num-
ber.s of militants who are
joining the defiant Yamit

RABBI
EUGENE BOROWITZ

Founder and Editor
of Sh'ma Magazine
Professor of
Education and
Jewish
Religious Thought
Hebrew Union
College—Jewish
Institute of Religion

Thurs., March 25-8 p.m.
at
Cong. Beth Achim

"Why Be
Moral?"

For further information, please call 354-1050

Druckman, a member of the
National Religious Party
who is Deputy Minister for
Religious Affairs.
Druckman, an active op-
ponent of Israel's with-
drawal from Sinai, an-
nounced Tuesday that he
was quitting the Knesset —
though not the NRP — be-
cause he could not support
the government's intention
to carry out the withdrawal
next month.
Druckman, an ardent
supporter of the Gush
Emunim, recently toured
the U.S. with a group of Is-
raelis opposed to the Sinai
withdrawal. His lobbying
against the government's
policy among American
Jews brought him under se-
vere criticism at home. But
Begin defended his right to
advocate his views.
Druckman stated that
he could no longer be
part of a government that
withdraws from "an in-
tegral part of Eretz Is-
rael."
The NRP, Begin's largest
coalition partner, is not ex-
pected to force Druckman
out of the party because he
represents a relatively
large constituency of NRP
voters. The coalition,
meanwhile, is expected to
make major efforts to con-
vince the two-member
Telem faction to join the co-
alition in order to restore its
Knesset majority. Telem
was founded by the late
Moshe Dayan shortly bafore
last June's Knesset elec-
tions.

.

Clash Reported

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Thirteen yeshiva students
clashed violently on Tues-
day with several dozen Arab
worshippers emerging from
evening prayers at the El
Aksa Mosque on theiremple
Mount.

settlers. The 409 original
settlers have an esti-
mated 2,000 "guests" pro-
testing the withdrawal by
Israel from the Sinai in
conformity with the
Camp David accords.
A Knesset motion of no-
confidence by the Tehiya
party was easily defeated on
Tuesday. The vote was 58-3,
with 43 abstentions by
Labor and the Communists.
During the debate, Begin
called on the people of Israel
to unite on the road to peace
and avoid "civil war" over
the withdrawal issue. He
also chastised opponents as
hypocrites for accusing the
army of violating the Sab-
bath by setting
up
roadblocks on Friday.
Begin said it was a mitzva
to desecrate the Sabbath if
it would prevent bloodshed.
Meanwhile, Stop the
Withdrawal leaders said
the roadblocks were ineffec-
tive. Many "guests" from
other regions, estimated as

high as 2,000, attended a
wedding in Yamit on Mon-
day and few are expected to
leave the area. The "guests"
have been crawling through
the fields and over sand
dunes, and cutting fences to
avoid the roadblocks.
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etc.) to at least one friend on Tuesday, March 9, before sunset.
THE "PURIM KITS" you may have received (from Michigan
Chabad-Lubavitch containing a bag of peanuts, candies and
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9 in fulfillment of your obligation to observe the Mitzva of
Mishloach Monos. Similarly, the two pennies are to be given to
two needy people (or dropped into charity-boxes). In greater
fulfillment of this Mitzva, you may wish to add extra money of
your own.
If you have eaten the food items —zol zeintsu gezunt (enjoy,
enjoy — in good health) but give instead to kosher edibles of
your own to a friend.

GIVE MATONOS L'EVYONIM

at least one penny to each of two poor people on Tuesday,
March 9. If you cannot find a poor person, put it in a Pushka
(charity box) before sunset.
The above are minimum requirements for the observance of
these 2 Purim Mitzvos. However, the more charity one gives to
the poor, and the more Mishloach Monos to friends — the
better.

LISTEN TO THE MEGILLAH

(Book of Esther) — twice: once on Monday night, March 8 and
again on Tuesday morning, March 9.

SAY AL HANNISSIM

(special Purim Prayer) — both in Shmoneh Esray and Birchas
Hamozon (Grace after Meals)

EAT THE FESTIVE PURIM MEAL

should be eaten on Tuesday and rejoice in the Purim spirit.

While Mishloach Monos and Matonos L'evyonim, as all
Mitzvos are an obligation for people who are Bar or Bas
Mitzva, young children should also observe these wonderful
Mitzvos, from the point of view of education and training.

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THAT THE MEGILLA WILL BE READ
IN THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS

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Federation Apartments and Borman Hall

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