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September 23, 1983 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-23

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:?.6 Friday, September 23, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

End to Antagonism

THANK YOU

DEAR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
FOR YOUR WONDERFUL
SUPPORT DURING FRED'S
RECENT SURGERY. YOUR
EXPRESSIONS OF FRIENDSHIP
AND PRAYER ARE CHERISHED
BY US.

FRED AND HELEN BROWN

(Continued from Page 1)
44th anniversary of Nazi
Germany's invasion of
Poland, acknowledged
that the "mutual an-
tagonism" arose from
Jewish bitterness over
anti-Semitism in Poland
in this century. It noted,
however, the sacrifices
by non-Jewish Poles to
rescue Jews during

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Adat Shalom Vandals
Completing Program

World War II and other
reasons why Poles be-
lieve the depth of anti-
Three juveniles from
Semitism has been
Farmington Hills and
exaggerated.
"Mutual recrimination Northville have completed
serves no useful purpose," community service work
the statement said. "Men of and written letters of apol-
goodwill are trying to create ogy under court supervision
a real dialogue and mutual after they admitted spray-
understanding. Let us use ing anti-Semitic slogans
this dialogue to find what last May at Adat Shalom
unites", Jews and Poles. In Synagogue.
John Dowsett, director of
that connection, the state-
ment referred to the dan- the Juvenile Division of
gers shared by Poland and Oakland County Probate
Court, said that each
Israel.
"Poland's geographical juvenile completed 50 hours
position makes it particu- of community service work.
larly vulnerable to the cur- The youths also wrote let-
rent Soviet menace and Is- ters of apology to the syna-
rael is surrounded by a sea
of hostile Arab, countries,"
the statement said. It
suggested that "rap-
proachment" between Jews
TORONTO (JTA) —
and Poles would be ad- Richard Arens, brother of
vanced if Poles "at home Israeli Defense Minister
and abroad" forcefully sup- Moshe Arens, delivered a
ported Israel and if all Jews scathing attack on Israel
would support the right of here at a meeting sponsored
"people of all nationalities by pro-Palestinian groups.
and religions" — not just
He likened Israel's set-
Soviet Jews — to emigrate tlement drive on the West
from the Soviet Union.
Bank to Nazi Germany's
quest for "lebensraum" and
If we could but read it, accused the Israelis of sub-
every human being carries jecting Palestinian Arabs to
his life in his face, and is curfews, torture, confisca-
good-looking, or the re- tion and mass arrests. He
verse, as that life has been said Israel wants the Arabs
good or evil. On our features out of the territory.
the fine chisels of thought
Arens, a professor of in-
and emotion are eternally ternational law at the Uni-
at work.
versity of Bridgeport
— Alexander Smith (Conn.) Law School, has
long been at ideological
odds with his brother, the
Israeli defense chief, a
Herut hard-liner who as a
.Knesset member opposed
the Camp David accords
and the Israel-Egypt peace
treaty.
In the course of his ad-
dress to about 1,000
people at a meeting spon-
sored by the Arab Pales-
tine Association and the
Canada-Palestine Sol-

Arens' Brother Delivers
Scathing Attack on Israel

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gogue and to Chuck
Robertson of Paddock Pools
Corp. who volunteered to
remove the paint.
Dowsett said that
juvenile officials met
with the three youths and
their families and each
family prepared a course
of study about Judaism.
Officials consulted with
Rabbi Efry Spectre of
Adat Shalom on this as-
pect.
The three juveniles must
provide the court with a re-
port on Judaism by the end
of next month.

idarity Committee to
mark the first anniver-
sary of the Sabra and
Shatila refugee camps
massacre, Arens cri-
ticized his brother for
failing to investigate the
murders of Palestinian
students last July by
what he alleged were Is-
raeli death squads.
This was a reference to
the attack by masked gun-
men on a group of students
at the Islamic College in
Hebron during which three
students were killed and 33
were wounded. The attac-
kers have still not been
identified.
Arens called the refugee
massacres, perpetrated by
Christian Phalangists, "one
of the most horrible exam-
ples of genocide humanity
has had the misfortune to
witness."
Arens described himself
as a penitent and Jewish by
heritage but not in faith. He
shared the platform with
Abdullah Abdullah, the un-
official representative of the
Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization in Ottawa.

The Aging Cantor

By PHILLIP GOREN

My day is not fulfilled without a song
Not complete though I am old
Melodic sounds surround me
Lift my spirit and strengthen me
A feeling of spring nurtures me
Hunger steps aside for awhile
Dreams of beauty formulate
New vistas of peace
Life praying it overwhelms me
Aging pains leave me
My world becomes young and new to me
No end, no stops, I linger along
With a song.

o ume Outlines `Get' Procedure

NEW YORK — The in-
tricacies of Jewish laws con-
cerning marriage and di-
vorce are explained by
Irwin H. Haut in "Divorce
in Jewish Law and Life," a
new volume from Sepher-
Hermon Press.
The author ,includes an
historical review and con-
cise outline of the "get"
(Jewish bill of divorce) pro-
cedure and a discussion of
Jewish divorce as it relates
to contemporary times and
the civil divorce procedure.
Irwin H. Haut is a practic-
ing New York attorney and
an Orthodox rabbi. He re-

ceived his law degree from
the University of Pennsyl-
vania and his rabbinical or-
dination from the Rabbi
Isaac Elchanan Theological
Seminary of Yeshiva Uni-
versity. Haut is the author
of "The Talmud as Law or
Literature" and has written
articles for the New York
Law Journal and Israel Law
Review.

A good man makes no
noise over a good deed, but
passes on to another as a
vine to bear grapes again in
season.
—Marcus Aurelius

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