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April 18, 1986 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-18

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and the

bombers — to use NATO bases
on British soil.
But British opposition par-
ties, especially Labor, condemn-
ed the raids. Labor Party leader
Neil Kinnock said he was"hor-
rified"by the American action
and maintained there were
"other and more effective ways
to fight terrorism." Denis
Healey, Labor's Foreign Policy
spokesman, accused Prime
Minister Margaret Thatcher of
"grovelling subservience"to
President Reagan and warned
that Britain would now become
more of a target of Libyan ter-
rorism than it was. According to
the opposition spokesman, Kad-
dafi now has more friends than
he had before the action.
The French Foreign Ministry
refused permission for the
American bombers to overfly
French territory on the way to
Europe and expressed regrets
over the raid which it said would
"escalate" terrorism.
The raid was also condemned
by West Germany's Foreign
Minister Hans-Dietrich
Genscher. Another member of
Chancellor Helmut Kohl's
Cabinet, Economic Minister
Martin Bongemann, called the
raid "inappropriate and incom-
prehensible." The Dutch and
Italian governments were also
highly critical.

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Ethiopian Jews
Challenge
Israeli Rabbis

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Fifteen new
immigrant Ethiopian couples
were wed at a public ceremony
here last week in what was a ma-
jor challenge to the rabbinical
authorities. The marriage rites
were performed by the Ethio-
pian community's own religious
leaders who are not recognized
by the Israeli Rabbinate as
halachic rabbis.
The marriages are not ex-
pected to be recognized by the
Rabbinate or registered by the
Interior Ministry which is under
Orthodox control. The Absorp-
tion Ministry announced, how-
ever, that it would regard the
couples as family units, the
same as any other new immi-
grants.
The Israeli Rabbinate only
reluctantly recognized the
Ethiopian olim as Jews. They
have refused to authorize mar-
riages among them unless the
bride and groom submit to
ritual immersion, a symbolic rite
of conversion. The Ethiopian
community, devout practi-
tioners of Mosaic Law, regard
this as a gratuitous insult. It
has been a bone of contention
since the immigration of some
10,000 Ethiopian Jews between
November, 1984 and January,
1985.

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