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September 19, 1986 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-19

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28 'Friday, September 19, 1986 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Members of United Synagogue Youth and B'nai B'rith youth
participated in the memorial service at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.

who share the blame who
have not been touched, who
have not yet been summoned
to justice.
We call upon men and
women of conscience, of all
religions and creeds, no mat-
ter what their political views,
to rise up in moral protest, to
express their horror and to
condemn this outrageous act.
Terrorism respects no bound-
aries for its ultimate purpose
is the destabilization of
Western democracy. The
world should have learned by
now that attacking Jews in a
synagogue is the ,signal of
greater terror yet to come.
Those who study terrorism
declare that there is a con-
nection between the attack of
the Pan American airliner in
Karachi and the tragedy in
Istanbul. We mourn the
deaths of those who died on
the plane. We grieve with
their families as well.
Terrorism is part of a con-
tinuing war by the radical
fanatic Arab world, including
the governments of Libya,
Syria, and Iran, against Is-
rael, against the United
States, and against the demo-
cracies of western Europe.
There are Arab govern-
ments that have permitted
their capitals and territories
to serve as headquarters,
bases and training grounds
for gangs of assassins. There
are Arab countries that have
provided direct and indirect
assistance to terrorists. We
call upon all who have har-
bored terrorist groups to re-
move them from their midst
and to deprive them of
sanctuary. And we call upon
the government of the United
States to take the appropriate
measures to enforce their pol-
icy and to ensure that those
governments who have
served as accomplices in such
acts of violence should suffer
the consequences.
In our time, terrorism has
become a new form of
tyranny. The tyrant recog-
nizes no other principle but
his own power. The force of
his weapons- directed. invari-

ably against the innocent —
the unarmed, women, chil-
dren, old people, travelers,
the elderly, the faithful as-
sembled in prayer.
The terrorist rejects the
rules of civilization, for he
has set as his goal the de-
struction of the fabric of
understanding and civility
that links together the world
family of nations, cultures
and religions. The terrorist
seeks to attack our concep-
tion of society and humanity.
We must collectively confront
this painful truth — and act.
Terrorism is evil. To look
at the scene of carnage in the
synagogue of Istanbul is to
look upon the destruction
wrought by an evil that is
unredeemed by any justifica-
tion or moral purpose. Some-
times so called Middle East
experts explain that ter-
rorists commit their despica-
ble acts because of grievances
arising out of the Palestinian
refugee issue or political con-
cerns — a veiled reference to
the State of Israel. Israel is
blamed for crimes committed
by its most blood-thirsty
enemies.
If Israel is the enemy, why
are Jews attacked? These are
not Israelis. Why are Ameri-
can passenger planes at-
tacked? Why are airports at-
tacked? These murders were
perpetrated by those who use
violence as an end in itself.
These assassins have no
ideology, no plan, no pro-
gram. Their violence is an
expression of mindless rage;
of evil incarnate. They are
recruited and trained by
those groups who use terror
as an instrument of personal
gain.
The Western democracies
must unite in mounting a
concerted international effort
against terrorism. More strict
measures need to be under-
taken, greater attention to
security, more vigorous col-
lective sanctions against
countries that harbor ter-
rorists.
Let our memorial to the
dead be expressed not only by

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