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Friday, April 5, 1985
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whose number at present does not
exceed half a dozen in any given
year. The fundamental question
raised time and time again in the
continuing battle over the Law of
Return is whether Israel will keep
reinforcing the Orthodox
monopoly over religious life of the
Jews in the country or will it open
up to religious pluralism as a
basic tenet of any enlightened,
liberal and democratic society.
Had the Orthodox succeeded in
the Knesset, the result would
have been a reversal of the rela-
tionship between Israel and the
Is Western aliyah the
answer to the
over religious life in
Diaspora that in the long run
would end in tragic consequences
whose historic ramifications it is
now too early to predict.
The leadership of the Reform
and Conservative movements in
this country, and their represen-
tatives in Israel who spearheaded
the opposition to amend the Law
of Return, ought to be commended
for the forthright and courageous
manner in which they resisted the
attempts of the Orthodox minor-
ity to impose its will on the major-
ity through questionable par-
liamentary coalition maneuvers.
But the Knesset victory alone is
not enough. What militates
against Reform and Conservative
Judaism in Israel today, is the
small size of its organized follow-
ing, which is no match against the
broad-based highly motivated
and well entrenched Orthodox
This situation could be changed
if the Reform and Conservative
organizations in the United
States used their considerable re-
sources and vast membership of
over two million to launch a vig-
orous aliyah effort. Perhaps a
joint instrumentality of the two
movements should be formed for
this very purpose.
Well planned and projected
over the next decade, an Ameri-
can aliyah movement under their
leadership would in the end radi-
cally change the complexion of Is-
raeli society and break the Or-
thodox monopoly over religious
life in the Jewish state.
William Broomfield (R-
Birmingham) is co-sponsoring a
resolution currently up before the
U.S. House of Representatives
calling for the establishment of a
Jewish Heritage Week.
"The designation of such a
week," according to Rep. Broom-
field, "would serve to remind all of
us of the variety in America's cul-
ture and the contributions from
many groups such as the Jewish
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