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May 25, 1984 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FULL COLOR

Gary R Miller &
Associates

CARICATURES

BAR MITZVAHS

IRVING
TASCO

Hebrew Schools in South-
field, asked about consider-
ing a career in academia,
respond with, "Why should
we want to be that? The pay
is bad." They prefer the life
of a doctor, lawyer or ar-
chitect.Before the glory
years of the 1950s and '60s,
Jewish professors at uni-
versities were few and far
etween, kept out by anti-
iitism and the lack of
. The great expansion of
higher education, and the
removal of discriminatory
barriers changed all that,

and the proportion of
Jewish professors in
America reached previously
undreamed-of heights. Will
there soon be just as pre-
cipitous a drop?Very few
people 50 years ago could
have foreseen the "explo-
sion" of Jewish talent that
would flood higher educa-
tion. Are we now just as
quickly headed in the other
direction? Is the Jewish
academic an endangered
species? If so, should this be
a matter of concern for the
Jewish community.

LETTERS

Enemies of Israel

The enemies of Israel are
myriad. List the Arab and
anti-Semitic organizers in
the United States, the
numerous media commen-
tators, the editorial writers
reflecting their publishers'
bias, columnists (writing in
such prestigious newspap-
ers as the New York Times,
Washington Post, Chicago
Tribune, Boston Globe and
Los Angeles Times) are a
great threat.
Anthony Lewis never
ceases stabbing at Israel.
When I criticized his denun-
ciation of Israel's expulsion
of an Arab mayor, he chal-
lenged me to submit my
evidence. I wrote, listing 13
viciously anti-
Administration acts which
warranted the expulsion.
No further reply. Evans and
Novak's hate-Israel poison
is syndicated to 200 news-
papers, some of which have
published my refutation of
their lies.
No one excels David Ship-
ler's insidious and damag-
ing undermining of Israel's
image and reputation, e.g.,
his false depiction of de-
gradation of Sephardis by
Ashkenazis. When I pointed
out the unfairness and inac-
curacies of his report, he
wrote me insultingly that I
was ignorant, unworthy of
comment on my criticism.
How about the enemies
within: those American
Jewish leaders, craving
publicity, who arrogate
judgment as to best policies
for Israel to follow; fanatical
Jews who excoriate Israel in
'bic ads; the pious who ac-
caly prefer King Hussein
to rule Israel until Messiah
appears; the extremists,
both religious and secular,
violently hostile — even the
political opposition to whom
restoration to power seems
to take priority.
Add it up: a crippled
economy, a "Munich" world
gangup of powers to qualify
for Arab big money, Israel
be damned, apathetic
American Jews (85 percent
have never visited Israel
even once). What a.stagger-

ing burden, what a battle
for sheer survival!
The Holocaust is forgot-
ten as a cynical and uncons-
cionable world aids and
abets the feverish prepara-
tions for a Jihad, a Holy
War, of extermination of de-
spised infidels! Oh those
pious promises of support
for a small democracy, a
loyal ally of the U.S.!

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New York (JTA) — A
member of the Yesh G'vul
(There is A Limit) move-
ment in Israel, which con-
sists of soldiers and reser-
vists who have refused to
serve in Lebanon, the
movement will continue its
activities, most likely
against serving in the West
Bank.
Yaacov Shein of Tel Aviv
said at a press conference
here that the war in Leba-
non was against the Pales-
tinian people and "had
nothing to to with peace for
Galilee," as the Likud gov-
ernment claimed.
Shein also said that the
situation in the West Bank
"is worse than in Lebanon."
He said that because the
movement is concentrating
its efforts now on Lebanon,
it did not advocate refusal to
serve in Israeli forces in the
West, once the war in Leba-
non is over.
Shein arrived in the
United States last Thurs-
day for a six-week, cross-
country speaking tour spon-
sored by the American-
Israeli Civil Liberties Coal-
ition and the Jewish Peace
Fellowship.
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