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December 09, 1983 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-09

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38 Friday, December 9, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Jewish months of
Iyar, Tammuz, Elul, Tevet
and Adar always have 29

days, and Nisan, Sivan, Av,
Tishri and Shevat always
have 30 days.

DINNER THEATRE AT

WJC Study Uncovers 'New'
Anti-Semitism in France

PARIS (JTA) —. Anti-
Semitism in contemporary
France is increasingly hid-
ing under the guise of anti-
Zionist or political opposi-
tion to Israel, according to a
study on modern anti-
Semitism in France.
Traditional right-wing
anti-Semitism, the study
notes, "has been seriously
diminished," although it
still plays an occasional

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p.m. Sunday at the Some-
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role, mainly in attacking
prominent Jewish per-
sonalities. "The real
danger, nowadays, stems
from certain leftist groups
for whom the state of Israel
is the root of all evil," ac-
cording to the report which
also warned that renewed
tension in the Middle East
could exacerbate this phe-
nomenon.
The study pointed out
that "new right" elements
have also contributed to the
spread of anti-Semitism by
trying to deny the
Holocaust, or minimizing
its horrors or of finding ex-
cuses for wartime collabora-
tion with the Nazis.
The study was conducted
by the CERAC, a Jewish re-
search center in Paris which
is sponsored by the World
Jewish Congress' Institute
of Jewish Affairs in London;
the French branch of the
WJC; the Representative
Council of Major French
Jewish Organizations
(CRIF); and the Federation
of Jewish Welfare Funds
(FSJU).

The Geonic period of
Judaism refers to the
geonim (singular: gaon), or
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