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August 10, 1984 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-10

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24 Nifty, August 10, 1984

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Anti-racism
rule urged



Jerusalem (JTA) — For
the first time in its history,
the Association for Civil
Rights in Israel (ACRI) has
urged the limiting of certain
civil rights.
The ACRI indicated that
its call was in response to
last month's election to the
Knesset of Rabbi Meir
Kahane, the head of the
Kach Party.
The ACRI announced a
campaign to seek to have
legislation adopted which
would bgn what it said
would be people like
Kahane from being elected
to the Knesset.
"Those who do not believe
in the high principles of the
(Israeli) Declaration of In-
dependence, have no place
in the Knesset," Justice
Haim Cohn, the ACRI
president, said. Cohn said
the proposed legislation
Would also include changes
in the immunity from pros-
ecution which Knesset
members now have under
the law.
In a related development,
the Jerusalem Municipal
Council "noted" the state-
ment by Mayor Teddy Kol-

lek condemning "any man-
ifestation of racism and vio-
lence in the city," and cal-
ling on all Knesset mem-
bers to support legislation
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against people because of
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cultural background."

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New York (JTA) — An
expert on the Middle East
argued Tuesday that the
dwindling support in Israel
for the Labor Party over the
past two decades marks "the
overthrow of the Socialist
ideology dominant in Israel
and the pre-independence
Jewish community in
Palestine for four decades,
and a return to the domi-
nance of Liberal
Nationalists who were in a
majority in the Jewish
community and the Zionist
movement in the previous
four decades."
"This process began in Is-
rael in the late '60s, and it
prefigures .by a half-dozen
years a shift. to Conser-
vatism in the West in gen-
eral," A.L. Metzkin wrote in
the Wall Street Journal,
"With a few exceptions,
pristine socialism is no
longer seen in the West as
the wave of the future."
Metzkin, who has taught
at Harvard University and
Boston College and writes
extensively on the Middle
East, discounted the con-
tention that the shift to the
Likud bloc is a result of the
change over the years in the
makeup of Israel's popula-
tion, originally European,
now Middle Eastern. "This
is very simply false," he de-
clared.

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