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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 31, 1985

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• Typewriters $49.96 Elect. 89.96 • New flesh 889.96 (14. $115.00)
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• Correcting Menthe Typemiter $349.96
• New Mei Paper Ceder $51111.06 CUM
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•Office Partitioning $49.96
• Mating Cenintir Hinton $69
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Reform Move
Hits Knesset

New York (JTA) — The
Jewish Reform movement, citing
the need "to educate Knesset
members about America's non-
Orthodox community," last week
adopted a resolution asserting
that such an educational effort
would not be possible if they
were "excluded from American
synagogues."
The resolution was adopted by
the Association of Reform
Zionists of America (ARZA),
speaking for the entire Reform
movement, at a meeting of its
executive committee last week.
It said that most Knesset mem-
bers "have little or no under-
standing of non-Orthodox
Judaism, or about the anger
which Reform Jews feel toward
efforts to delegitimize their
movement." This, the resolution
went on, demonstrated "the
need to educate all Knesset
members."
ARZA also observed that
"progressive movements com-
mitted to pluralism cannot in
good conscience support boycotts
or blacklists against individuals
because of a vote they have cast;
most one-issue boycotts are
wrong in principle and ineffec-
tive in practice."
The Law of Return amend-
ment, proposed and supported
by Orthodox and ultra-Orthodox
forces, was defeated in a vote in
January, but 51 Knesset mem-
bers supported it. Recently the
(Conservative) Rabbinical As-
sembly, recommended that
Knesset members who favor
amending the law be barred as
speakers or honorees at Conser-
vative synagogues.

Prisoner Ends
Hunger Strike

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Jewish terrorist who fired an
anti-tank missile at an Arab bus
last year stopped his three-day
hunger strike May 23. Ben-
Shimon went on a hunger strike
following the release of the Arab
terrorists. He demanded that he,
too, be released.
Ben-Shimon was persuaded to
start eating again by his father
and Likud Knesseter Kov
Shilansky. Both were summoned
to the prison by the chief war-
den.
Two of the Arab terrorists re-
leased last week left the ter-
ritories for fear of revenge by
Jews. The two are residents of
the- Beduin village of Faradis.
They were sentenced to lengthy
prison terms for the murder of
David Rosenfeld in the nearby
archeological site of Herodion,
three years ago. They decided to
leave after several nights of
harrassment by Jewish settlers,
which involved smashing win-
dows and spreading red paint on
the doorstep of one of the homes.
in the meantime, tourism
Minister Avraham Sharir of the
Likud has begun canvassing his
colleagues, as part of his cam-
paign to introduce the death
penalty for terrorists. Sharir
hopes to win majority support
for his proposal.

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