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April 27, 1984 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-27

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Friday, April 27, 1984

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■ 11,1,

THE ERNI elicilYEMB

Jerusalem (JTA) — Yona
Avrushmi went on trial in
Jerusalem Tuesday,
charged with throwing a
hand grenade that killed
Peace Now activist Emil
Grunzweig during a demon-
stration outside the prime
minister's office in Feb-
ruary 1983.
The first witness for the
-state, Amos Schengaloff, a
former police agent, tes-
tified that he had sold the
grenade to Avrushmi for
2,000 pounds, shortly before
the demonstration at which
Grunzweig was killed.

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The Land That Dwells
In My Heart — Israel

By MAURICE CROLL, M.D.

Little wisp of land,
So lonely —
Pray for peace with
Love eternal.
Pray it at the Wall
Of Wailing.
Do not let the heart
To stray.
Let it live there
For the future.
Truly, until the Judgment
Day.

AU her sons, and all
Her daughters;
Farmers, builders, teachers,
Warriors,
Tillers of the sacred
Soil;
Tending flocks in mountain
Lore,
Ploughing with one hand
Of love —
In the other, a gun,
For guarding.
Planting trees, and trees,
Trees of life
Calling to the earth
In earnest,
"Give us bread, so we may
Pray."

Here the land — their land —
Blood-soaked through the •
Lands of time.
Here they dwelt. Here,
Sons and daughters.
In their land for which
They fell
And their Mother, earth,
Did bed them.
With outstretched hands
The earth did lull them,
Oh, so gently, to a sleep
Eternal, returning
To the land from whence
They sprung.

Calling out, and pleading,
For all the world to hear.

Hear us! Listen to our hearts!
They are speaking.
Here we lie, with
One another,
Safe, into our sacred
Soil,
Where no hands of hate
Can reach us,
And the land which gave
Us living
Now does welcome us
In death.
But, in death, we call
The living.
Tell us, "Yes," in more
Than murmurs.
Tell it loud and clear,
And ringing,
That we have not lived
In vain.

Years before, we tilled
The soil.
Thus, it gave us roots
In living,
Solid-based for all
Our toil.
Now we lie within.
Her bosom,
Safe at last, in peace
We fought for,
Honored now by Mother
Earth.

We are the dead!
You are the living!



Say for us, in all
Your meaning,
A Yiskadal of healing.
Let it cloak our worn-out
Bodies.
Repeat, and pray it.
Pray it to preserve
Our souls.

Pray for us: You are
Our brothers, sisters, too.
Make a mark upon your
Forehead.
Call out our names
• Upon the Wall. .

Thesn shall we lie here,
Ever living
In our own solace,
Tranquilled in our hearts
Sublime.
Resting, peaceful,
Turmoiled in our hearts
No More.

Raise high our flag, again.
March it in the square
With pride.
So, in death, we are
Forgiving
To our enemies, one and all.
So our future — all our children
Be not marked for death
In horror,
But for living, ever thriving,
In this land we love so well.
In our land, now our sacred
Soil.

ADDENDUM: Israel, once more under siege, cannot falter,
cannot fail. Once again, their lives at stake
and their land harassed, they marched to-
gether as full warriors and gave their lives
unstintingly, to defend their land and their
people.

And now we, the living, must make sure
they did not die in vain. They can ask no
more. We can give no less.

Now their bloods were
Intermingling, overflowing,

At

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Schengaloff also admitted
that he had received
500,000 shekels from the
police for his part in expos-
ing the suspect.

Fear of backlash
nets call for calm
from Canadian

Moncton, New Brunswick
(JTA) — Dr. Francis Weil,
president of the Tiferes Is-
rael Synagogue here, has
called for a toning down of
the controversy which
erupted in this Canadian
maritime province city after
a Jewish mother charged
that non-Catholic pupils
were discriminated against
during catechism classes in
the French-speaking public
schools of District 13.
Weil, who is a professor of
physics at the Catholic Uni-
versity here, warned of a
possible backlash against
Jews within the Catholic
community over what he
does not consider to be a
Jewish vs. Catholic issue,
the Moncton Times-
Transcript reported.
The newspaper quoted
Weil as saying that public
statements by both groups
could lead to "animosity" on
the part of some and the vic-
tims could be the Jewish
children in the district.
"It could wind up being an
embarrassing situation for
these youngsters," Weil
said, adding that he did not
want to see anything "spoil"
the "very good" relationship
that has existed between
Jews and Catholics over the
years.

Germans seek
Hess release

Bonn (JTA) — Dozens of
rallies -were held through-
out West Germany over the
Easter holiday urging the
release of Rudolph Hess,
Hitler's former deputy, who
marked his 90th birthday
Thursday in Spandau
prison, where he is the last
surviving war criminal in-
mate: Hess is serving a life
sentence.
Many of the rallies in his
favor had a political char-
acter. The participants
called for an end to portray-
ing Germany as the country
responsible for World War
II. While rightwing ex-
tremists are very much in
evidence in the national
campaign to free Hess,
many Germans in no way
linked to the Nazi ideology
have participated.

The Federal Government
has issued several appeals
recently for the release of
Hess. The U.S., Britain and
France would permit his re-
lease on humanitarian
grounds, but the Soviet
Union refuses to go along.

Avrushmi denies that he
threw the greriade. An Is-
raeli soldier, David Shem-
Tov, who was arrested as an
accomplice, testified that he
had delivered a number of
Israel army issue hand gre-
nades to Schengaloff.
Shem-Tov was not accused
of taking part in the attack.
Grunzweig's murder was
under investigation for a
year before any suspect was
charged.

SUNY officials
set policy for
Stony Brook

New York (JTA) — Offi-
cials at the State University
of New York (SUNY) and
state leaders have reached
an agreement on how to im-
plement mechanisms at
SUNY's Stony Brook cam-
pus to articulate the rela-
tionships between academic
freedom and academic re-
sponsibility, according to
the - Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith
(ADL).
The new agreement
stems from a dispute grow-
ing out of the teachings of
Prof. Ernest'Dube, who was
accused by a student last
year of implying that
Zionism was as much a form
of racism as Nazism.
Dr. John Marburger,
Stony Brook president, and
Rabbi Arthur Selzer, ADL
Long Island regional direc-
tor, both attended the April
4 meeting at SUNY offices
here. They reported the
meeting was held as part of
a continuing process of dis-
cussion between Stony
Brook and the ADL, a
meeting initiated by the
State Senate Task Force on
Vandalism, Religious De-
secration and other Acts of
Bigotry.

D'Amato, Koch
mark Warsaw
uprising in NY

New York (JTA) —
Memorial services marking
the 41st anniversary of the
Warsaw Ghetto uprising
will be held all over the
United States this weekend,
honoring the memory of six
million Jews who perished
in the Holocaust.
In New York, the services
will be held Sunday at Tem-
ple Emanu-El where the
principal speakers will be
Sen. Alfonse D'Amato (R-
NY), Mayor Edward Koch,
Jeane Kirkpatrick, the U.S.
ambassador to the UN and
Benjamin Meed, president
of the Warsaw Ghetto Re-
sistance Organization.
Meed has released the
text of New York Gove-rnor
Mario Cuomo's proclama-
tion designating April 29 as
"Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Day" in the state.

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