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April 23, 1982 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Friday, April 23, 1902 11

Reagan Praises Israel on Yom HaShoah

(Continued from Page 1)
long Days of Remembrance
ceremonies which are being
conducted throughout the
country under the sponsor-
ship of the U.S. Holocaust
Memorial Council.
At both ceremonies, El
Moleh Rahamin was sung
and Kadish was recited. At
both ceremonies, six can-
dles were lit in memory of
the Six Million Jews who
died during the Holocaust.
At the Capitol the candles
were lit by Holocaust sur-
vivors and at the White
House by children of sur-
vivors. Several hundred
persons attended each
ceremony. Many of them
were at both and were taken
by bus from the Capitol to
the White House.
Reagan noted that the
"magnitude of what has
brought us together" at
the Capitol and the White

House is a "tragedy of
such proportion" that
even now many cannot
grasp the full horror of it.
Elie Wiesel, chairman of
the Holocaust Memorial
Council, noted that last
year at a similar ceremony
at the White House, Reagan
strongly attacked those who
want to deny that six mil-
lion Jews were murdered in
the Holocaust. But he said
the effort continues, by
rightwing fascists in the
United States and leftwing
intellectuals in France.
"They all join in this insane
need they have to deny that
what we went through
didn't happen."
Reagan noted that the
number of persons killed
was so large that there is a
need to look at the "human-
ity behind the numbers." He
listed the names of several
persons who died in the

Stoilman Echoes Israelis'
Dismay at Mosque Shooting

Holocaust and wondered
what they would have con-
tributed to the world if they
had survived.
At the Capitol ceremony,
House speaker Thomas
O'Neill (D-Mass.) also
urged Americans not to
think of Holocaust victims
as numbers but as individu-
als. O'Neill also stressed the
commitment of Congress to
the creation of a National
Holocaust museum and liv-
ing memorial to the
Holocaust, one of the tasks
of the U.S. Holocaust
Memorial Council. Sen. Ted
Stevens (R-Alaska), the Se-
nate Majority Whip, said
this nation will not remain
indifferent to human suffer-
ing and human misery.
In addition to pro-
grams in more than 40
states this week, public
television stations
throughout the country
are running programs on
the Holocaust.
In New York on Sunday,
thousands of person
gathered at Temple
Emanu-El and outside on

Fifth Avenue for the annual
ceremony marking Yom
HaShoah and the anniver-
sary of the Warsaw Ghetto
Uprising.
Next Sunday, a "Monu-
ment of the Holocaust"
encompassing seven bronze
tablets will be unveiled on
the Anti-Defamation
League building in New
York.

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