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December 13, 1985 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-13

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74_` Friday De6eftiliret1T, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Fundamentalist
Misconceptions?

New York (JTA) — Many
American Jews feel uneasy
about Fundamentalist Chris-
tians but have not examined the
negative assumptions on which
this "angst" is based, according
to Nathan Perlmutter, national
director of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith (ADL).
In an article prepared for pub-
lication in the December issue of
The Reconstructionist, Perlmut-
ter stressed the need to set the
record straight on these assump-
tions, particularly in view of the
Fundamentalists' long record of
friendship for Israel.
Asserting that it is time for
Jews and Fundamentalists to
begin a "meaningful dialogue,"
Perlmutter focused on erroneous
beliefs many Jews hold about
Fundamentalists. One of them,
he said is that Fundamentalism
is "inextricably interwoven into
the fabric of the American right
and thinks, feels and votes the
same ultraconservative way
about all social and political is-
sues."

Ruling Backs
Beth Din

New York (JTA) — A New
York resident, involved in a
Jewish divorce proceeding with
a rabbinical court (Beth Din),
had his damage suite for $1 mil-
lion against the Beth Din
thrown out by the Kings County
Supreme Court, in the first such
legal action ever taken, accord-
ing to the National Jewish
Commission on Law and Public
Affairs (COLPA).
Dennis Rapp, COLPA execu-
tive director, said the husband
had refused to give his wife a
"get" (Jewish divorce) and the
Beth Din summoned him to a
hearing. The husband's name
was withheld.
Rapp said the husband, who
has since given his wife a "get,"
charged in his civil suit that the
Beth Din had invaded his pri-
vacy and also damaged his repu-
tation by publishing information
concerning his "marital rela-
tionship which appeared in sev-
eral newspapers."

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hailed last week's passage by
the House of Representatives of
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The legislation, introduced by
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intrusions on academic freedom
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to tie political or propaganda
strings to such gifts or obtain
exclusive rights to university
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