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Jerusalem (JTA) — Prof. A.B.
Yehoshua, one of Isarel's foremost
novelists who is known for his
strong objections to Jews living
outside Israel, said that the Dias-
pora phenomenon is a self-
imposed, not forced, condition.
In a provocative speech entitled
"Diaspora — The Neurotic Solu-
tion," he told a meeting of the
American Jewish Committee's
Board of Governors, that the
Jewish people had brought upon
itself a history of Diaspora experi-
ence, perception and mentality.
Yehoshuva stated that many
times throughout history, Jews
had been given the opportunity to
return to Eretz Yisrael but that
the vast majority declined to do so.
"The most sparsely populated
Jewish center in the world," he
said, "has always been Israel it-
/ \_ self. Jews have repeatedly re-
jetted the chance to create a new
> and historic destiny — that of a
`normal people,' at home in their
own country. They have re-
peatedly chosen to be a people
apart, a nation 'free' in the Dias-
pora, but without a country they
could really call their own."
The 48-year-old scholar added:
"In the future, there will probably
be Jews living in outer space who,
every year at Passover, will say,
'Next year in Jerusalem.' They
will pray in outer space with their
synagogues facing Jerusalem.
\' / But they will not come here to
Responding to Yehoshua, Dr.
David Gordis, AJCommittee
executive vice president, ques-
tioned his interpretation of
Jewish history and his char-
\n, acterization of the Diaspora. He
said that American Jews "share
the commitment of all world
/ Jewry in the miracle of Israel's
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New York (JTA) — Three
American Jewish Committee offi-
cials met with Pope John Paul II
at the Vatican this week to dis-
cuss re-affirmation of the Papal
condemnation of anti-Semitic
• teachings within the church at
the upcoming synod of Vatican
/ Council II.
Representing the AJCommit-
tee were: Howard Friedman,
president; David Gordis, execu-
tive vice president; and Rabbi
Marc Tanenbaum, the organiza-
tion's director of the international
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