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April 12, 1985 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEWS

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Papal Message
Scores Nazism

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Rome (JTA) — Pope John Paul
Sunday assailed Nazism as "a
mad imperialist ideology" and
condemned the atrocities that it
bred, including the killings of the
Jewish people • who were "con-
demned to extermination."
In an Easter message delivered
to more than 200,000 persons
gathered in St. Peter's Square, the
Pope invoked the 40th anniver-
sary of the conclUsion of World
War II. He praised "the men and
women in each country who of-
fered their lives in sacrifice for the
right cause, the cause of the dig-
nity of the human person."
"They faced death as defense-
less victims, offered in holocaust,
or defending with their arms the
free way to life," the Pope said.
"They fought not to answer vio-
lence with violence or hatred wth
hatred but to affirm a right and a
freedom for themselves and
others, also for the children of
those who were then the oppres-
sors."
"For more than five years," the
Pope added, "humanity had lived
a horrendous experience. Tens of
millions of people massacred, on
the battlefronts, cities razed,
slaughter in the air and on the
sea, populations ruined by hunger
and privations."
In addition, he said, "other tens
of millions of human beings" were
"decimated and destroyed in the
concentration camps." He said,
the Jewish people" were "con-
demned to extermination." The
Pope also sent a Passover greeting
to the Jewish people in Hebrew.

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ANNOUNCES A GREAT
NEW GIMMICK.

NY Honors
Wallenberg

New York (JTA) — Mayor Ed-
ward Koch, who Tuesday un-
veiled a new street sign honoring
Raoul Wallenberg, called on the
new Soviet leader, Mikhail Gor-
bachev, to disclose the fate of the
Swedish diplomat who saved tens
of thousands of Hungrian Jews
from the Holocaust. Wallenberg
was arrested and imprisoned by
the Red Army when it liberated
Budapest 40 years ago.
In a ceremony at the Isaiah
Wall across from the United Na-
tions, Mayor Koch unveiled a
street sign designating the west
side • of First Avenue, from 42nd
Street to 49th Street, as "Raoul
Wallenberg Walk."
"It is not clear if we are naming
this street in his (Wallenberg's)
honor or in his memory," the
mayor declared adding: "We
would like the Soviet Union to as-
certain that."

University Pact

Bonn (JTA) — A cooperation
agreement has been signed in
Jerusalem between the Hebrew
University and the Academic
Center for Jewish Studies at
Heidelberg University. It will
further the center's bid for formal
recognition and may result, some
time in the future, in the issuance
of certificates of ordination for
rabbis at Heidelberg.

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