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March 09, 1984 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20 Friday, March 9, 1984

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positively identified by
police experts as the re-
mains of Teresa Engelovitz,
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Jewish cemetery in Rishon
LeZion a year ago, raising
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ery shows no signs of having
been disturbed. Police have
applied to the courts for
permission to open the
grave to determine if a body
is buried there.
Mrs. Engelovitz was the
wife of an elderly, observant
Jew. Several months after
her burial, unidentified
religious informants com-
plained to the local rabbi-
nate that she had not been
converted to Judaism in her
native Romania according
to strict Orthodox practices.
The rabbinate ordered the
body exhumed and re-
buried elsewhere but the
order was blocked by a Sup-
reme Court injunction ob-
tained by the woman's fam-
ily.
The apparent removal
of the body by unknown
parties was denounced
by Israel's Chief Rabbis,
Interior Minister Yosef
Burg and by the Chief
Rabbi - of Rishon LeZion
who had originally de-
manded re-burial. They
agreed that removal of
the body was a "despica-
ble act" which cast a
shadow over Orthodox
Jewry.
But the rabbinate said it
would not allow the remains
to be reburied in the Jewish
cemetery. Mrs. Engelovitz's
daughter, Adina Harpaz,
said she would "fight to the
death" to have her mother
re-buried in the original
graVe. "When I asked the
rabbis where my father
should be buried when the
time comes — next to his
wife, they told me 'that's his
business!' " she said on a
television interview.

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The 1984 of Orwell has ar-
rived at the United Nations,
Israeli Ambassador Yehuda
Blum told a group of 600
women attending the Bnai
Brith Women international
biennial convention.
"Words have lost their
meaning" in the UN, he
said, where "the Soviet
Union, Iraq and Syria are
called peace-loving na-
tions."
The UN "has become the
focal point of international
terrorism," Blum declared.
In the General Assembly,
"people can say with impun-
ity what they couldn't say
elsewhere." He cited as an
example the description of
Israel as a "cancerous
tumor" used by the repre-
sentative of one Arab coun-
try.
Blum was adamant, how-
ever, in his belief that Israel
must remain in the UN, de-
spite the abuses that it
endures there. "Giving up
membership is tantamount
to giving up our place in the
international community,"
he said.

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