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November 16, 1984 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-16

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12 Friday, November 16, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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NY debate pits
Kahane, Dershowitz

New York (JTA) — Rabbi Meir
Kahane, Knesset member and
leader of the extremist Kach
Party, clashed in a two-hour de-
bate Monday with Harvard Law
School Prof. Alan Dershowitz on a
wide range of topics concerning
Israel and American Jewry before
more than 1,000 persons at the
Hebrew Institute of Riverdale in
the. Bronx.
The debate, moderated by
Rabbi Avraham Weiss, spiritual
leader of the Hebrew Institute,
consisted of a question and an-
swer format that included time for
rebuttal. Many in the overflow
crowd had to observe the proceed-
ings via closed circuit television.
The attendees, who were searched
by synagogue volunteers before
being allowed to enter the build-
ing, applauded enthusiastically
throughout the debate but re-
mained orderly.
Much of the discussion foCussed
on Kahane's proposal to expel
Arabs from Israel and the West
Bank. The Brooklyn-born founder
of the Jewish Defense League, as-
serting that no Arab wants to
live in a Jewishstate," reminded
the audience of the massacres of
Jews in Palestine in the 1920s and
1930. He asserted that Halachah
forbids the granting of Israeli citi-
zenship to non-Jews.

New SF Holocaust
memorial vandalized

San Francisco (JTA) — Less
than four days after its dedica-
tion, San Francisco's monument
to the Holocaust, one of the few
memorials to the Holocaust on
public property in the United
States, was desecrated. Cleanup
work began on Sunday, according
to Peggy Isaak Gluck, of the
Jewish Bulletin of northern
California.
The target of the vandals was
the 11 white plaster bronze fig-
ures created by sculptor George
Segal, ten of the representations
prone and one, a man, staring out
of a barbed-wire enclosure. Segal
titled the work, The Holocaust."
The memorial is located in Lin-
coln Park, overlooking San Fran-
cisco Bay. The desecration, took
place apparently sometime be-
tween Saturday night and Sun-
day morning. The faces of the ten
corpses were found covered with
black and yellow spray paint. The
memorial was dedicated last
Wednesday in a ceremony
attended by some 500 survivors,
relatives and friends.

Agudath Israel hits
NY ruling on gays

Our dinner was by candlelight.
The dessert was by citylight.

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New York — Agudath Israel of
America has filed a lawsuit in
New York State Supreme Court
challenging the valdity of- the
New York Board of Estimate's
Oct. 25 resolution requiring all
city contacts coming before the
board for approval to include a
provision prohibiting employ-
ment discrimination against
homosexuals.

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