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November 16, 1984 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-16

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Continued from Page 4

deity revealed in the early por-
tions of the Torah was merely
,
a local one, superior to the
other gods, of course, but still
local.
In what was surely a
monumental lapse, Eban ac-
tually pronounced the tetrag-
rammaton, the ineffable
four-letter name of God —
which no traditional Jew (and
most liberal Jews as well) ever
voices out of respect for the
awesome power which that
name
suggests.
--,
s Perhaps the most offensive
part of the Eban scenario re-
garding Jewish history was
the one on the text of Hebrew
scripture. Eban obviously has
no sympathy for traditional
,_, views about the written Torah
,' (given to Moses in that form on
Sinai) and the oral Torah (also
given at Sinai but committed
to writing much later).
Eban said that the written
Torah existed only in frag-
mentary memories of the
Jewish people and that it took
shape as a written document
only after the Jewish people
went off into exile in
Babylonia after the destruc-
tion of the First Temple in 586
B.C.E. There are many who
will find Eban's thesis objec-
> tionable.

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Industry and
Trade Minister Ariel Sharon, who
was in New York this week for
court proceedings in connection
with his libel suit against Time
magazine, has criticized Knesset
members who have spoken out
about his absence from Israel
when his ministry is partially re-
sponsible for implementing the
new wage and price agreement,
according to Israel Radio.
The Sharon suit, currently be-
fore federal district court in Man-
hattan, is based on an article
Time published nearly two years
ago concerning the then Israeli
Defense Minister's role in the
"massacre at Palestinian refugee
I camps at Sabra and Shatilla in
Lebanon.
A number of MKs, including
Michael Harish, feel that Sha-
ron's lawsuit against Time was
ill-advised and is hurting Israel.

Election vow

Bonn (JTA) — The neo-Nazi
National Democratic Party
(NPD) ended its two-day conven-
) tion in Munich over the weekend
with a vow to win representation
_in the Bundestag in the next na-
tional elections scheduled for
1987.

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