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November 25, 1983 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-25

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Friday, November 25, 1983 43

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Brzezinski Calls U.S.-Israel
Military Ties 'Grave Mistake/



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Brzezinski maintained
that "This would signify'
that Washington is aban-
doning its role as mediator
in the region to become an
engaged protagonist. The
European countries will, in
such a case, dissociate
themselves from the U.S.
and the Soviet Union will no
longer remain passive in
the face of such a coalition,"
he said.
He noted that Moscow has
kept a low profile in Leba-
non so far, even though it
backs Syria.
Brzezinski charac-
terized the existing rela-
Yl Southfield
between the U.S.
to Have an Oneg tions
and Israel as bad. "If cur-
Young Israel of South- rently and in the short
field will begin a series of term, the interests of both
ongei Shabat 8 p.m. today in countries may coincide,
the synagogue, 27705 in the long term the Is-
Lahser, Southfield.
raeli policy may prove
Abraham Selesny will
speak on "The Constitu-
tionality of the Separation
of Church and State as It Af-
fects the Get, or, Jewish Di-
vorce — American Style."
BONN (JTA) — A West
The public is invited free German-financed monu-
of charge. Refreshments ment in memory of Nazi vic-
will be served.
tims of the Mauthausen
camp in Au-
`Day After' Forum concentration
stria, was formally pre-
Temple Emanu-El is sented to the Austrian gov-
sponsoring a community ernment last week at the
forum to discuss "The Day site of the former camp.
The memorial project was
After," ABC-TV's movie
last Sunday on nuclear war- initiated in 1980 by mem-
bers of the Social Democra-
fare's aftermath.
The forum will be held tic Party (SPD), now the op-
7:30 p.m. Thursday at the position, who had visited
the Mauthausen site.
temple. Admission is free.

GENEVA (JTA) — Zbig-
niew Brzezinski, who was
National Security Adviser
in the Carter Administra-
tion, believes military col-
laboration between the U.S.
and Israel in the Middle
East would be a monumen-
tal geo-political error.
He told the Swiss daily La
Tribune De Geneve that
such military collaboration
aimed at changing the ba-
lance of power in Lebanon
or to punish those responsi-
ble for terrorist acts "would
be a grave mistake on our
part."

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Oak-Woods Annual Dinner
to Pay Tribute to Browns

Young Israel of Oak-
Woods will have its 28th
annual dinner Dec. 4 in the
synagogue.
Mr. and Mrs. Hy (Dolores)
Brown will be the honorees,
announces Gary Torgow,
president. The Browns will
be honored "for their out-

standing dedication and
service to the synagogue."
Co-Chairmen of the din-
ner are Simon Kresch and
Fayga Dombey. Sol
Lessman is honorary dinner
chairman.
For reservations, call the
synagogue, 398-1177.

Temple Beth Jacob will
have a • Shabat-
Thanksgiving Family Ser-
vice 7:30 p.m. today, con-
ducted by children who will
become Bar or Bat Mitzva in
1984.
Children whose birthdays
occur in November will re-
ceive a special blessing.

ZBIGNIEW BRZEZINSKI

disastrous for the United
States," he said.
He added that he be-
lieved Israel was utilizing
its rapprochement with
Washington to distract the
U.S. from a comprehensive
peace agreement in the
Middle East which is cur-
rently at an impasse.

Youth to Twin
Bar Mitzva
With USSR Peer

Scott Kohl will share his
Bar Mitzva with Aleksandr
Kuperman, his Russian
twin, in absentia, at Shabat
services, 8:45 a.m. Saturday
at Cong. Beth Achim.
Aleksandr is the son of
Eduard, a mechanical en-
gineer and Eleonora, a
physicist.
The Kupermans first
applied for exit -visas to-
gether with Eleonora's pa-
rents, Shmuel and Tauba
Bratslaysky, in August
1978. Six months later, the
Bratslayskys were granted
visas, but their daughter
and family were not permit-
ted to leave the Soviet Un-
ion.
Eduard's alleged expo-
sure to classified materials
was given as the reason for
refusal. It is assumed that
the only possible obstacle to
their departure might be his
work in a military plant
over 16 years ago.

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