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April 22, 1983 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Emulation has been
termed a spur to virtue, and
assumes to be a spur of gold.
But it is a spur composed of

baser materials, and if tried
in the furnace will be found
wanting.
—Colton

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Friday, April 22, 1983

Mextcans Mark Holocaust

By RABBI MARC
TANENBAUM

The observance of
Holocaust Memorial Day
began in an impressive
way in Mexico City. At Fri-
day evening Sabbath serv-
ices, held at the Israelite
Congregation of Beth El,
several hundred Mexican
Jews joined in moving
prayers in Spanish and He-
brew in memory of the six
million Jews who were
murdered by the Nazis.
After I addressed the con-
gregation, I met with the
Argentinian-born rabbi and
Mexican Jewish community
leaders. I had the impres-
sion that very few of them

Jewish Weddings
Outlawed During
Days of Omer

By RABBI SAMUEL FOX

(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)

Weddings are not per-
formed during the seven-
week period between
Passover and Shavuot, with
the exception of Lag
b'Omer, the holiday which
occurs on the 33rd day of the
count.
Some claim that wed-
dings are not performed
during this period because
some tragic events occurred
in Jewish history during
this period. Foremost
among the events was the
sad occurrence during
which thousands of the stu-
dents of Rabbi Akiba were
massacred. It was therefore
difficult to have a happy oc-
casion when remembering
such tragedies.
It is also claimed that the
short period between the
two holidays forced the
Jews to be caught in the
travel and holiday prepara-
tions from and to
Jerusalem. It was an estab-
lished tradition that cele-
brations such as weddings
be given enough time and
concentration to be carried
out to the fullest degree of
joy instead of being rushed
through to save time.

Former Rep.
Calls for Halt
of Aid to Israel

Former Congressman
Pete McCloskey (R-Calif.)
urged the United States to
halt all aid to Israel at a
banquet sponsored by the
Detroit chapter of the
American Arab Anti-
Discrimination Committee
last weekend.
Congress is "absolutely
terrified of antagonizing the
Jewish community . . . the
most powerful political
lobby in the country,"
McCloskey told the audi-
ence of more than 300
people.
In comments before his
speech, the former Con-
gressman called on Arab
Americans to organize the
"grassroots, and that in-
cludes reaching out and
convincing Jewish leaders
to cut off aid to Israel." Such
an alliance would be possi-
ble, he added, only if the
Arab American leaders
agree to Israel's right „,to
exiq

were aware of the major ob-
servance by Holocaust sur-
vivors in Washington, D.C.
But on their own, quite
spontaneously, as an ex-
pression of their moral an-
guish over the Nazi
Holocaust, the 55,000 Jews
of Mexico organized their
own programs as acts of sol-
idarity with Jewish sur-
vivors throughout the
world.

A substantial number of
the small Mexican Jewish
community is Ashkenazic.
Most of them came to,
Mexico as refugees from
Europe, both prior to and
after the Nazi trauma.
While many of them have
done well as business people
or professionals, they carry
gratitude in their bones for
the gift of survival. There
but for the grace of God
could have gone any one of
them.

Most impressive of all
was the participation in

THE
PERFECT
BLEND

the Holocaust services of
young Mexican Jews,
mostly under 25 years of
age. Led by vital young
Spanish-speaking rab-
bis,there is a strong re-
turn \to Judaism among
many young Mexican
Jews. Their identifica-
tion with Holocaust Re-
membrance Day is rein-
forced by their aware-
ness of so much destruc-
tion of human lives all
around them in Central
America.

33

In the day of prosperity be
joyful, and in the day of ad-
versity consider: God made
the one as well as the other.
—Ecclesiastes, 7.14

Mexican Jewry, as Jews
everywhere, has chosen to
learn from the tragedy of
the Holocaust — to affirm
the value of human life and
to defend it in the face.of so
much dehumanization all
around them.

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