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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16 Friday, July 1, 1983

Social Think-Tank Opens in Israel

NEW YORK — The an- Taub congratulated the di-
nouncement of the estab- rector of the center, Dr. Is-
lishment of a Jerusalem- rael Katz, former Israel
based Center for Social Pol- Minister of Labor and Social
icy Studies in Israel, mod- Affairs, sayirig the center
eled after the Brookings In- "will prove to be a signific-
stitution in Washington, ant tool for social planning
D.C. and the simultaneous in Israel."
According to the first
release of its first study, was
greeted warmly by officials report issued by the cen-
of the American Jewish ter, entitled "The Alloca-
Joint Distribution Commit- tion of Resources for So-
tee (JDC), which aided in cial Services," current Is-
the establishment of the rael government outlay
center and which continues amounts to 20 percent of
its Gross National Prod-
to help finance it.
JDCPresident Henry . uct for social services
such as welfare, educa-
tion and health. This
equals the amount Israel
devotes to national de-
fense.
The report shows the
biggest portion of the 1983
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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The ascension of Yuri An-
dropov and his colleagues in
the Soviet hierarchy "is a
very bad sign" for Soviet
human rights, according to
Elliott Abrams, assistant
secretary of state for human
rights and humanitarian af-
fairs.
Testifying before the sub-
committee on Human
Rights and International
Rights of the House Foreign
Affairs Committee and the
Commission on Security
and Cooperation in Europe,
Abrams said that the U.S.
"is deeply concerned about
the downturn in emigra-
tion" of Soviet Jews "which
seems brought out of the
closet once again."
Abrams told the jointly-
sponsored hearing that "the
issue has been raised with
the Soviets at every appro-
priate opportunity" in pub-
lic forums and in bilateral
talks. Secretary of State
George Shultz, Abrams
said, has placed particular
stress on this and other
human rights issues during
his discussions with the
Soviet Foreign Minister
Andrei Gromyko.
Abrams said, "In the
short run, our goal must
be to help as many indi-
viduals as we can, to limit
discriminatory practices,
and to secure freer emig-
ration. Over the long
term, we have to obtain a
Soviet system that is

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NEW YORK — Martin
Luther's relations with the
Jews are re-examined and
reinterpreted in a special
edition of "Face to Face,"
the interreligious quarterly
of the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith, is-
sued to mark the 500th an-
niversary of Luther's birth.
In two articles written by
Christians and two by Jews,
the publication analyzes
Luther's controversial
philosemitic and anti-
Semitic writings and the ef-
fect they have had on Chris-
tian attitudes toward Jews
through the centuries, with
particular emphasis on the
influence his preaching had
upon the Nazi plan to ex-
terminate the Jewish
people.
According to the editorial
preface, the questions and
issues raised in the publica-
tion are part of a dialogue
among the Lutheran Coun-
cil in the U.S.A., the
Graymoor Ecumenical In-
stitute and the ADL which
has taken place at annual
conferences over the last
several years at the insti-
tute in Garrison, N.Y.

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in Public School
Are Challenged

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more open to outside
influences . . . a peaceful
evolution of that society
into one that is easier to
live with as well as to live
in."
Lynn Singer, president of
the Union of Councils for
Soviet Jews, recommended
that the U.S. take the fol-
lowing steps to help reduce
the increased harrassment
of Soviet Jews: that
President Reagan raise the
issue of "virulent anti-
Semitism" directly with
Andropov and in bilateral
trade negotiations and
other areas of cooperation;
that the U.S. Consultate in
Kiev be reopened to protect
both American tourists and
Soviet refuseniks; and that
the U.S. Embassy in Mos-
cow work with the embas-
sies of U.S. allies in setting
up informal meetings with
Soviet human rights ac-
tivists.

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NEW YORK (JTA) —
The existence of student
religious groups in public
schools violates the Con-
stitution because it involves
the use of the public school
facilities for religious pro-
selytizing and requires the
presence of teachers to
supervise the religious ac-
tivities, says the American
Jewish Congress.
In an amicus brief filed in
the U.S. Court of Appeals
for the 11th Circuit in At-
lanta, the AJCommittee
says the presence of reli-
gious groups on school prop-
erty creates an "impermis-
sible possibility of adminis-
trative entanglement" be-
tween government and reli-
gion, thereby breaching the
principle of church-state
separation.

Also testifying before the
committee was Igor Tufeld,
26, formerly of Moscow,
whose sick parents have
been denied exit visas to Is-
rael repeatedly since 1977
when Tufeld emigrated.
Tufeld, who now lives in
Jerusalem, flew to Wash-
ington to present his tes-
timony, and to refute the
charges of the "Anti-Zionist
Committee of the Soviet
Public" that all Soviet Jews
who wish to emigrate have
already done so.
Meanwhile, some 500
persons rallied last week
outside the Soviet Consu-
late in San Francisco to
protest the statements by
the Anti-Zionist Commit-
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sidewalk and lifted a 90-
foot long computer
printout sheet with the
names of thousands of re-
fuseniks, some of whom
have been waiting to
leave the Soviet Union for
more than 15 years.

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