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September 26, 1986 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-26

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United Nations (JTA) —
President Reagan blasted in-
ternational terrorism in a
speech at the opening session
of the 41st General Assembly
last Monday and pledged
that the United States "will
do all in our power to help
other law-abiding nations
threatened by terrorist at-
tack?'
Reagan, who was the first
world leader to address this
year's General Assembly,
sharply criticized the Soviet
Union for not fulfilling its
commitments on human
rights "made more than 10
years ago in Helsinki." He
said that "among those un-
fulfilled commitments" were
"the persecution of scientists,
religious leaders, peace ac-
tivists, political dissenters,
and other prisoners of cons-
cience."
In the course of his 30-
minute address, the President
listed world "trouble spots",
naming Afghanistan, Central
America and Angola. He
made no reference to the Mid-
dle East.
"In addition to regional
disputes?" he said, "the grave
threat of terrorism also
jeopardizes the hope for
peace. No cause, no grievance
can justify it. Terrorism is
heinous and -intolerable. It is
the crime of cowards, cowards
who prey on the innocent, the
defenseless, the helpless,"
Reagan said.

Woman Bucks
The System

Jerusalem (JTA) — An Or-
thodox woman has challenged
the religious establishnient
for her right to serve on the
local religious council in
Yeruham, southern Israel, to
which she was appointed sev-
eral months ago.
Lea Shakdiel, 35, a school
teacher active in public af-
fairs, was nominated to the
religious council by the local
authority on which she serves
as Labor Party concillor. But
the appointment was blocked
by the Religious Affairs
Ministry, which informed her
that it was not in the realm
of possibility" for a woman to
fill such a post.
Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi Av-
raham Shapira agreed and
indicated that he would `issue
a halachic ruling if necessary
in the case. But Shakdiel de-
cided to fight.
She noted that religious
councils are in fact lay bodies
which do not draw their legal
authority from halacha, reli-
gious law. She added that as
an observant woman she
attends religious services and
has found their standards
often to be deplorable. There-
fore, she said, it is her duty
to serve on the religious
council.

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