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March 23, 1984 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Holocaust

Continued from Page 1
point out that the report
was Finger's and not the
final report. Commission
chairman Arthur Goldberg,
the former U.S. Supreme
Court justice, discussed the
report with the Times. Ac-
cording to the report dis-
cussed by Goldberg, the
Jewish organizations were
disunited, financially
limited and lacking in polit-
ical influence.
Last year, the commis-
sion temporarily halted its
work because of the harsh
assessment of Jewish
organizations. It resumed
functioning without two of
the severest critics.
According to Finger, the
main points of the report are
"Hitler was the arch-
criminal who was responsi-
ble for the Holocaust and
that the allied governments
had the power to do some-
thing to rescue the Jews of
Europe, but were unwilling
to divert resources from the
war in order to rescue
Jews."
Finger said the Jewish
organizations had more
faith in the willingness of
President Roosevelt and
Winston Churchill to give
priority to saving the Jews
then was justified by the
events.
He said that, in addition,
the Jewish organizations in
America at that time were
"too patriotic" and were not
"willing to break the law" to
save the Jews. "An excep-
tion to that was the Or-
thodox Jewish organiza-
tions, who gave top priority
to saving the Jews," Finger
pointed out.
Finger said members of
the commission had seen
the report but were not
asked "to approve it or dis-
approve it."
Sherer said that the re-
port "is purely the view of
the professional staff of the
commission and not of the
commission members
themselves."
Sherer noted that in the
report Finger praised the
Orthodox Jewish organiza-
tions for "having saved sig-
nificant numbers of Jews."
But Sherer added that he
does not agree with the
overall conclusions of the
report because Finger
"engages in a see-saw effort
to be painstakingly candid
and at the same time protec-
tive of the secular American
Jewish leadership whose
poor performance during
the Holocaust years is J'ac-
cuse against the most prom-
inent Jewish leaders of that
time."

United in hate

Tel Aviv (ZINS) — The
left-wing daily Al
Hainishmar printed an
interview quoting Israeli
soldiers who said the var-
ious factions in Lebanon are
united on one thing: their
hatred of Israel.
The soldiers say the
Christian Phalangists now
blame Israel for the current
political crisis in Lebanon
and for not driving all the
Palestinian terrorists from
Lebanon.

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