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January 03, 1986 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-01-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Friday, January 3, 1986. 39

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NEWS

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851-6400

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"A\di-Semidem
`Alive, Well'

New York (JTA) — Author
and historian Elie Wiesel told
an Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith (ADL) audience last
week that anti-Semitism is "a-
live and well" and that there
are more anti-Semites now than
there were "one year ago or
even five years ago."
Wiesel was the guest speaker
at ADL's second annual Benja-
min Epstein Memorial Lecture.
Mr. Epstein was national direc-
tor of the ADL from 1947 to
1978.
In his address, titled "Jewish
Honor," Wiesel said anti-
Semites today range from "fash-
ionable salon and intellectual
types" to "obscene" ones such as
. Black Muslim leader Louis Far-
takhan and Holocaust re-
visionists who deny the reality
of the Hitler massacre of Jews
during World War H.
"All of them," he went on,
"are part of the same
mechanism. They perpetuatS•the
oldest group prejudice in re
corded history." Among the
anti-Semites, he included those
who "persecute Jews in Arab
countries and torment them in
ail/jet prisons and forbid them
to pray 'And study Jewish his-
tory."
Referring to Farrakhan's
anti-Semitic speeches the author
said they are filled.with "absur-
dities and obscenities." He
criticized black 4eaders for being
"too mild and a little too re-
spectful" in their reactions to
Farrakhan. "No ethnic group in
the United States," he went on,
"has helped the black commun-
ity as much as Jews" have done
in activities, ideas and
money."

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