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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-12-28

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Friday, December 28, 1984

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Warning issued at Flint meeting
on church-state separation

According to Marc A. Pearl, the
American Jewish Congress
liaison in Washington, pending
Supreme Court cases could dras-
tically alter the interpretation of
laws mandating strict separation
of church and state.
Pearl's warning to the Jewish
community was sounded at a re-
cent statewide conference in Flint
addressing "Religious Liberty in a
Changing Environment." Pearl
and Dr. Eugene Paslov, Deputy
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion for the Michigan Department
of Education, outlined recent
Supreme Court cases on religious
displays on public property, the
Grand Rapids school district's use
of secular teachers in parochial
schools, and an Alabama statute
providing for vocal daily prayer in
public schools.
In addition, Pearl • notes that
legislation due to come up for dis-

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cussion in the coming Congres-
sional term includes a plan for
tuition tax credits for private or
parochial schools and a Constitu-
tional amendment permitting
school prayer.
Both Pearl and Paslov warned
that some conservative religious
groups in the United States are
attempting to erode the separa-
tion of church and state in order to
impose Christian beliefs upon
religious minorities.
The program was sponsored by
the Flint Jewish Federation and
the University of Michigan-Flint,
in cooperation with the Jewish
Community Council of Metropoli-
tan Detroit, the Michigan Council
of Churches, and the Greater De-
troit Round Table-National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews.
Participants developed strategies -
for dealng with problems of
church-state separation.

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A West German faction will defend charges
of anti-Semitism in its choice of candidates
for president.

Bonn (JTA) - A spokesman for
the opposition Green Party an-
nounced that its Bundestag fac-
tion will hold a special debate on
Israel and the Middle East next
month at which charges that his
party has anti-Semitic tendencies
will be throughly aired.
The Greens, at the moment, are
embarrassed by their choice of
author Luise Rinser as their can-
didate for President of the Federal
Republic, a symbolic rather than
political office. Key members of
the party's Bundestag faction
have said privately that they had
not read Rinser's books, particu-
larly one titled Mirjam which is
said to contain anti-Semitic over-
tones.
Her negative views about Jews
and Judaism became an issue in
the Israeli media and the Israel
embassy in Bonn is taking a closer
look at alleged anti-Semitism
within the Green Party, which
grew out of a movement of
pacifists and ecologists in recent
years.
The Greens apparently were
impressed by "Rinser's record of
opposition to the Nazi regime and
brushed aside evidence that she
was initially pro-Nazi. During the
Nazi era her writings expressed
admiration for Hitler. But she had
a falling out with the Nazisand
was jailed.
Rinser gained prominenq.e in
post-war Germany as a left-wing
author who stressed feminist is-
sues, the search for peace and the
need to protect the environment.
But left-wing intellectuals de-
tected anti-Semitism in her writ-
ing, for example her claim that
her studies of the origins of
Jewish thought revealed some of
the-worst evils- of-modern society. -

The Greens apparently missed
this, or preferred to disregard it
when they selected her as their
candidate for the presidency.
The party is also involved in a_
bitter controversy over its delega-
tion, now visiting the Middle
East, which the Israelis have
labeled "anti-Semitic."
One member of the delegation,
Brigitte Heinrich, who is also a
member of the Parliament of
Europe, was refused entry into Is-
rael when the delegation arrived
there Tuesday via Jordan. Ac-
cording to a report from Tel Aviv,
Heinrich was stopped at the Al-
lenby Bridge- and returned to
Amman.
According to Israel's Deputy
Foreign Minister Roni Milo,
Heinrich was banned because she
served a 21-month prison sen-
tence for aiding Palestinian and
German terrorists. She was con-
victed by the high court in Kar-
sruhe of smuggling arms to ter-
rorists in West Germany.

Knesset votes
to limit Kahane

Jerusalem - The Knesset
voted Tuesday to limit the par-
liamentary immunity and free-
dom of movement of MK Rabbi
Meir Kahane.
The controversial, anti-Arab
MK denounced the action, which
will allow police to bar the
American-born politician from
entering potential trouble spots.
It is the first time that the Knes-
set has pre-emptively stripped a
member of his preferential rights
as an -Israeli. - . - . .

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