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April 25, 1986 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-25

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penalty on so many Jewish
people of that generation for no
other crime than having re-
mained faithful to the Covenant
of Abraham. It should also be re-
membered.that Jewish courts no
longer possessed jurisdiction in
criminal cases; that privilege had
been assumed by the Romans
when they took charge of the
government of the Province of
Judea.
In the intervening centuries,
perhaps because of the recurrent
persecutions of our people in
many different countries, our
communal respect for the value of
life increased. The cruelty of our
enemies, be it in Spain during the
time of the Inquisition or in Rus-
sia during the massacres perpet-
rated by the Cossacks in the 17th
Century, did not influence us to
become as blood-thirsty as were
our attackers. A considerable lit-
erature arose asking God to re-
member our slain Millions and to
perform whatever act of ven-
geance He deemed suitable in his
town good time.
Our essential attitude of non-
. resistance has been blamed by
many scholars of the Holocaust
for the comparatively rare occa-
sions when, as a group, we re-
sisted, as in the Warsaw Ghetto
rebellion of 1943 and defended
our lives, slaying many of our ad-
versaries. With the rise of the
State of Israel, attitudes of resis-
tance toward attack and ter-
rorism have changed. Yet, there
are many peace lovers among us
who would hesitate to put to
death even an assassin openly
expressing the cause of the PLO.
We must remember that the
only person put to death since the
State of Israel came into being 38
years ago was AdolphEichmann,
who was charged and convicted of
the crime of genocide. In that
connection we often quote an-
other saying of the rabbis, "He
who destroys life, dgstroys the .
world; and he who saves one life
saves the world."
We would not suggest that a
person charged and convicted of
the heinous crime of deliberate
•murder should not pay a severe
price. Life imprisonment, with-
out hope for parole, is an alterna-
tive solution. No one would favor
the release of habitual criminals
because of plea bargaining so
that they would continue to
endanger society. If is largely a
consideration of spiritual predis-
position. How sacred the unique
gift of life bestowed by a loving
and caring God on each of his
creatures should be considered!
One point has been made
overwhelmingly by students of
capital punishment that it does
not act as a deterrent to murder
or other violent crimes. The same
scholars maintain that, because
of the extensive appeals process,
it is more costly to society to in-
sist on the death penalty than to
incarcerate the criminal
throughout his or her life. Many
of us opposed to the reimposition
of the death penalty are also dis-
turbed by the predominant
number of poor minority defen-
dants who simply cannot afford
the type of concerned and knowl-
edgeable counsel to prevent
execution. '

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