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April 22, 1983 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Aguda Adopts Policy Plan
on Nuclear Freeze Debate

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NEW YORK (JTA) — A
sharp rebuke against the
"misuse of Jewish tradi-
tion" in the debate over the
nuclear freeze issue was re-
leased by Agudath Israel of
America in a policy state-
ment adopted by its na-
tional officers recently.
The national Orthodox
Jewish coalition movement,
commenting on the position
taken by many Jewish
organizations, stated that it
is "an oversimplification of
Jewish tradition to inter-
pret reverence for life as an
argument for a nuclear
freeze."
The Agudath Israel
statement pointed out that
although it believes that
"no stone should be left un-
turned in an effort to put a
halt to the frightening nu-
clear arms race and to
achieve genuine peace,"
nevertheless, while "peace
is a religious imperative, so
is a strong national de-
fense."
A spokesman for
Agudath Israel explained
that many Jewish organ-
izations who adopted
positions in favor of a nu-
clear freeze accused the
Reagan Administration
of supporting a nuclear
arms build-up which is
detrimental to peace
without giving credence
to the belief that peace
can also be secured
through strength and de-
terrence.
He said that the Adminis-

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tration's arguments that
bilateral negotiations were
not possible unless the de-
fenses of the United States
were bolstered were plausi-
ble and that it was to be as-
sumed that the government
was speaking out of factual
knowledge of the current
military balance of the
superpowers.

Federation Group

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Council of Jewish Fed-
erations reported that
representatives of eight
federations in Massachu-
setts, convened under CJF
auspices, joined in the first
meeting of the Massachu-
setts Association of Jewish
Federations.

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