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October 21, 1983 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-21

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38 Friday, October 21, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rome's Jews Voice Anger Over Vicar's Absence from Memorial

ROME (JTA) — Rome's
Jewish community is con-
cerned and resentful over
the failure of the Papal
Vicar, Cardinal Ugo Poletti,
to attend a memorial last
week for the victims of a ter-
rorist attack on the main
synagogue on Oct. 9, 1982.
The entire political com-
munity was on hand, in-
cluding the mayor, govern-
ment ministers and other
authorities to mark the first
anniversary of two year-old
Stefano tache's death and

the wounding of 40 Jewish
congregants by gunfire and
grenades.
Poletti sent a telegram
explaining that "pastoral
duties" kept him away. He
failed to send a representa-
tive or even a message. The
Jewish community views
this slight as another
example of what it perceives
to be the inadequacy of the
Vatican's efforts to seek re-
concilation between
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Those sentiments were
expressed by Arrigo
Levi, a well known Ita-
lian Jewish radio and
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political commentator
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the nationally read daily
La Stampa of Turin.

Levi opened his commen-
tary by quoting from the
speech delivered by Cardi-
nal Etchegaray, the Ar-
chbishop of Marseilles, to
the Bishops Synod in Rome
on Oct. 4.

"So long as Judaism re-
mains foreign to our salva-
tion, history will be sub-

jected to anti-Semitic re-
flexes," the archbishop said.
"We too have a mission of
penitence because of our
centuries-old attitude
toward the Jewish people.
We must learn to ask for-
giveness of the Lord and of
our brothers."
Levi noted that Pope John
Paul II has yet to visit
Rome's historic ghetto.
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nessed the Holocaust of
European Jewry in his in-
vaded country, a Pope who
has travelled throughout
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that brief step across the
Tiber to visit, in peace, his
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consolational duty higher
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ness of the Jews of Rome for
the past, on a day of such
bitter memories?" Levi
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— Napoleon



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General Assembly accept
the formal credentials of Is-
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member-states to the 38th
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