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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-03

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cle in Quick by Heiner Emde
suggested that "legendary Jewish
'-=,- power had once again influenced
the course of Washington and its
President." It referred to the
"powerful influence of Jewish
Cabinet ministers such as De-
, fense Secretary Caspar Wein-
berger surrounding Reagan."
Weinberger, of course, is not a
1 Jew but a practicing Episcopa-
, lian; there are no Jews in the Re-
agan Cabinet and no Jews in the
, top echelon of the White House
staff.
The Quick article also described
a massive media campaign which
, it said American Jews had
r launched to remind America of
I> the Nazi war crimes and alleged
that "the Jewish lobby" domi-
nated the American networks and
many newspapers.
There was anti-Jewish fallout
in the U.S., too. A Miami televi-
sion station, looking for local ang-
I les, sent a camera crew to a
German-American tavern in Ft.
Lauderdale and for several min-
utes aired the views of a group of
middle-aged, heavily accented
' German-Americans who strongly
endorsed a Reagan visit to Bit-
,- burg and denounced American
Jews for trying to damage
' German-American relations.
"The Jews are only 2.7 percent
of the people in this country," one
said, between gulps of beer, "but
they have too much power."
It has been a traumatic time for
American Jews and a bitterly
‘ frustrating one. It is easier to
fight overt anti-Semitism than to
try to make someone understand
2 an idea. Chief of Staff Donald
Regan described the President as
"anguished" over the conflict over
Bitburg but there was no indica-
tion that Mr. Reaan really un-
derstood the deep-seated emo-
tions that motivated Elie Wiesel
; and so many others he respects
and admires to plead with him not
to go to Bitburg.
The President is not a man ut-
terly devoid of sensitivity and
compassion as witness his
) authorization for the dramatic
airlift of-Ethiopian Jews. He de-
plores the Holocaust but he does
not understand why it is so utterly
important to Jews — and to the
human race in general — that the
world should never be permitted
to forget its revelation of how
awful can be man's inhumanity to
man.
For the American Jewish com-
munity, the one warming factor in
the Bitburg episode is the wide-
spread support for its position dis-
played by so many segments of the
, population. Jews will not soon
2 forget that 82 members of the U.S.
I Senate, including leaders of the
President's own political party,
I urged Mr. Reagan to cancel the
Bitburg visit and 257 of the 434
members of the House of Repre-
sentatives signed a letter to
Chancellor Kohl.
For American Jews and for
Americans in general as well as
I for the German people there is a
serious warning in Bitburg. It is
that regardless of how far we
' think we have progressed since
1.945 in establishing a basis of de-
cency and sensitivity, there is still
a long and difficult road.

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