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September 13, 1985 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-13

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26 Friday, September 13, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Days Of Awe

Continued from preceding page

life is, is to learn to handle it
with true grace and delicacy.
Only one who realizes the
vulnerability of loved ones
can treasure every moment
with them. The encounter
with death turns the indi-
vidual toward life. Death can
only be opposed by life, just
as death-in-life can only be
opposed by growing in life.
Instead of standing there,
letting death constantly in-
vade life, Judaism strikes
back. To match the depreda-
tions of death in life,
Judaism raids the realm of
death and turns it into a
spur to life.
This period seeks nothing
less than the removal of sin
and the renewal of love.
People who confront their
guilt and failure in human

and divine relationships —
in the context of community
oneness and divine forgive-
ness — can correct errors,
develop new patterns, renew
life. "For I do not desire the
death of the wicked, but that
he turn from his paths —
and life" (Ezekiel 18:23). To
turn is to be reborn. To turn
is to live — more than be-
fore.
Thus, the High Holy Days
operate to meet the third
challenge of mortality — to
harness death into a force for
life. The people Israel comes
out of Yom Kippur reborn.
Forgiven and pure, at one
with God and its way, the
People renews life with vigor
and love. ❑

1985, CLAL: The National Jewish
Center for Learning and Leadership.

West Bank Tension
Rises After Stabbings

Hebron (JTA) — An atmos-
phere of tension engulfed this
West Bank town after the fatal
stabbing of an Israeli soldier
and the woundings of another in
the casba last week.Jewish
settlers are blaming government
policies for the tragedy while
the defense establishment tries
to maintain order and avoid new
confrontations between Jews
and Arabs.
The latest victim of the
mounting violence was Av-
raham Sorek, a 38-year-old re-
servist who died of knife wounds
on the way to Hadassah Hospi-
tal in Jerusalem. He was buried
last Wednesday at Kibbutz Beit
Oren, his home. Also stabbed
but reported in stable condition
following surgery at the Had-
dasah Hospital was another re-
serve soldier, Arye Bornstein of
Haifa. He and Sorek were stand-
ing guard outside a vacant two-
story flat in the old market sec-
tion of Hebron known as casba
when they were attacked. Mili-
tary sources said both soldiers;
armed with assault rifles and
grenades, were apparently taken
by surprise.
It is not clear whether there
were one or two assailants. A
tight curfew was clamped on the
casba and other parts of central
Hebron.
Shortly after the stabbings,
Jewish settlers tore down a wall
separating the casba from the
Jewish quarter of town. They
said it was a symbolic reply to
those who do not want Jews in
the casba.
But Israeli soldiers quickly
replaced the wall.
While senior army officers
met in Hebrew to discuss secu-
rity, the settlers gathered in the
Jewish quarters to map their
own response to the deteriorat-
ing situation. They said later
that they would continue to act
through political channels but
would not hesitate to take ac-
tion on the spot.

The settlers are demanding,

among other measures, that the

authorities re-arrest Palestinian
terrorists who were released in
a prisoner exchange last May,
that deportation proceedings for
trouble-makers be speeded up
and that the ban on further
Jewish settlement in Hebron be
lifted.
Efforts by militant settlers to
increase the Jewish presence
there apparently set in motion
the events which led to the
stabbings. The flat the two
doldiers were gnarding was
occupied last month by settlers
who claimed it belonged to
Jews. The squatters were re-
placed by rightwing Knesset
members who. support the
settlers' aims. But they were
evicted by order of the Defense
Ministry and. soldiers were
posted to guard the deserted
premises against attempts by
Jewish militants to return.
Violence against Jews in the
West Bank increased last
month.. An Israeli was murdered
in Tulkarem on Aug. 24 and
Jews were wounded in Jenin
and Nablus. Settlers said last
week they would go to the mar-
ket places in several Arabs
towns in the territory to demon-
strate that Jews will not be in-
timidated by the series of at-
tacks.

Services Due
In E. Germany

New York -- Rabbi Ernst
Lorge 'of 'Skokie, Ill., who last
year became' the first American
rabbi to conduct Jewish New
Year Services in East Germany
since World War II, will again
go to East Berlin this year,
Rosh--
where he will lead
Hashanah and Yom Kippur,
services in a restored
synagogue.

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