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April 02, 1982 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 2, 1982

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Anti-Semitic
Incidents Down
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PHILADELPHIA (JTA)
— Synagogues in the
Greater Philadelphia area
have reported a 30 percent
decrease in the number of
anti-Semitic incidents be-
tween 1981 and 1982, a year
when anti-Semitism in gen-
eral rose dramatically
throughout North America.
The overall decrease in
theft and vandalism is at-
tributed to security meas-
ures taken by many local
synagogues following a spe-
cial program on synagogue
and institutional security
sponsored by the JCRC and
the Philadelphia Board of
Rabbis. Improvements in
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particular, have proven to
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against institutional van-
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taken included the installa-
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Haig Praises U.S.
Commitment

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
American participating in
the Sinai peacekeeping
force is "testimony" to the
United States commitment
to continue as a full partner
not only in the Egyptian-
Israeli peace treaty; but also
in the peace process in the
Middle East, Secretary of
State Alexander Haig said.
Haig made these remarks
at a ceremony at the State
Department at which he
and Leamon Hunt, director
general of the Multi-
national force and Obser-
vers (MFO), signed the
agreements for U.S. • par-
ticipation in the Sinai force.

Sinai Withdrawal
Provides Focus
for Bond Drive

NEW YORK — With Is-
rael preparing to complete
its evacuation from the
Sinai, Prime Minister
Menahem Begin has called
on Israel Bonds to make "a
special effort in the coming
weeks to enable us to back
up our endeavors for peace
with a strong economy."
In response to the Prime
Minister's request, Israel
Bonds is launching an in-
tensive sales and cash effort
which will culminate on
April 25, the date of Israel's
withdrawal from the Sinai.

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Agudath Israel
Urges Orthodox
View on Abortion

NEW YORK — The
Commission on Legislation
and Civic Action of Agudath
Israel of America has called
on Jews to rally behind the
traditional Torah-based
Jewish view on abortion.
In a statement by Prof.
Aaron Twerski, chairman of
the commission, the na-
tional Orthodox movement
noted that any new Con-
gressional legislation
should be measured against
the specific Orthodox
Jewish law and the
preservation of First
Amendment rights.

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