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September 06, 1985 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-06

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Claims of possessing the ex-
clusive route to God are not uni-
que with Protestant fundamen-
talists...Each year, a week or two
before Rosh Hashana, the chief
rabbi ofJerusalem warns that ci-
ty's residents that God will not
hear the shofar if it is blown in
a Conservative synagogue. And
in this country no less an
authority than Rabbi Joseph B.
Soleveitchik has declared in ef-
fect that God will not hear the
prayers of any Jew who wor-
ships in a synagogue in which
men and women sit together.
Silberman understands that
his book is not likely to endear
him to all readers, particularly
those with vested interests in
one or another side of the burn-
ing issues he scrutinizes with
what some might consider
reckless — and others might con-
sider courageous — impartiality.
"I tried very hard not to of-
fend people," Silberman com-
mented. "I tried to avoid
gratuitous insults. But there are
people who inevitably, became
targets because something they
have written is wrong."
Silberman withholds judge-
ment, for instance, on the new
generation — and breed — of
Jewish communal professional,
personified, by Stanley Horo-
witz, the new chief executive of
the national United Jewish Ap-
peal. Has administrative effi-
ciency. replaced "heart" in
Jewish fund raising? Horowitz
says no, his critics say it's an
issue, and Silberman suggests a
wait and see approach.

Congregation
Marks 350th

Amsterdam (JTA) — Queen
Beatrix of the Netherlands and
Prince Consort Claus were the
guests of honor at a synagogue
service in Amsterdam Sunday
celebrating the 350th anniver-
sary of the Amsterdam
Ashkenazic Congregation.
Meanwhile, in West Germany,
Chancellor Helmut Kohl has
congratulated the Jewish com-
munity. in Augsburg on the
reopening of the synagogue
there, destroyed ,during the
notorious Kristalnacyt of 1938.

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David Shipler and Nixon aides
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Haldeman, among others, as
Jews, Silberman reports.
What worries Silberman about
the Jackson adoption of Third
World rhetoric — and its anti-
Semitism — is "not just that it
represents the first systematic
use of anti-Semitism as a
political device, but that it could
become the dominant foreign
policy view within the
Democratic party."
And the Democratic party is
where Silberman believes the
Jews belong. He's pleased that
63 percent of Jewish voters in
the last election supported
Walter Mondale, "son of
Hubert." He finds comfort in the
knowledge that "most blacks
understand coalition politics,
that the black-Jewish coalition
has remained reasonably
strong" and that "while black
leaders are among the most anti-
Semitic, the black rank and file
are much less so."
If Bailey Smith is forgiven and
Jesse Jackson explained (though
not excused) by Silberman, the
rigidity of the Jewish libral
establishment on church-state
issues receives harsh treatment:
In the absolutist position Jewish
liberals take on church-state
issues...they sometimes sound as
extreme (and at times -as in-
tolerant) as the fundamentalists
they oppose. One reason is a
failure to distinguish the general
question of the relation between
religion and politics from the
specific questions involved in
the debate over abortion, school
prayer and other church-state
issues — a failure to recognize.
that Ronald Reagan was right
when he said that religion and
politics are inseparable and
wrong when he advocated a
return to school prayer.
Like it or not, politics and
religion are mixed, Silberman
argues. It is crucial, he says, to
find ways to mix them that will
strengthen rather than weaken
America's pluralistic society.
But it's not only the Jewish
left that Silberman takes to
task. In a note to the Bailey
Sthith incident, Silbermaik

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of the. Jewish community, are
here at. home," Kohl said in .a
cable to community leaders.

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Blast Injures 6

Jerusalem (JTA) -- Six people
were slightly, injured Monday
morning when a, bomb exploded
in a bus stop in Gilo, a suburb
of Jerusalem. They were rushed
to a hospital 0and released sev-
eral hours later after beidg
treated for minor injuries and
shock. , -
Police detained 11 suspects in
the bombing.

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