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October 24, 1986 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-24

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CE and 135 CE among them
— in a veiled reference to his
Labor Party's right wing op-
ponents.
"The tendency in Jewish
history to embrace failure is
certainly a weak point," he
observed. Those who believe'
that history should be emu-
lated "make history (their)
master instead of a source of
reference." This clearly viol-
ates Eban's thesis of the
Jewish belief in free choice
and progress.
With self-preservation,
rather than salvation, in
mind, Eban called for the
political separation of Israel
from the Palestinians in the
territories. The Palestinian
problem is the "darkest
cloud" facing Israel, he said.
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think you were resigning
from history," he said. But
that is the ratio of Israelis to
the Arabs under occupation
in the territories.
Of Shimon Peres' frenzied
diplomatic activity in recent
months, Eban said the goal
was not "to be photographed
with Hassan or Mubarak.",
Rather, "the result would be
the termination -of our coer-
cive rule" over the Palesti-
nians.
Eban's appearance was the
first address in the Shanik-
Fleischer Forum, an annual
series of talks exploring the
Jewish impact on civilization.
The forum is sponsored by
the U-M College of Litera-
ture, Science and the Arts,
and the Program in Judaic
Studies, with a gift from the
Shirley and William R.
Fleischer Foundation.

Fisher Meeting

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"There's always a new gen-
eration to set an example,"
Fisher said, looking around
the room. Fisher listed the
problems challenging the
Jewish community here and
around the world, particu-
larly in Israel where eco-
nomic sacrifice is bearing
fruit — but at great cost to
its people. What set the tone
for the evening, though, were
the personal feelings he and
his guests shared as they an-
nounced their pledges.
Samuel Frankel, back from
a brief visit to Poland, de-
scribed what he and his son
found in the town where his
parents were born. "Three
thousand people once lived
there: 60 percent of the town
was Jewish. All we found
were five tombstones lying in
an open field — no other sign
or trace that Jews had lived
there. After that experience,
Israel was such a lift to the
spirit."
In addition to the $10.3
million total announced for

another
evening,
the
$276,000 was pledged for
Project Renewal, the partner-
ship- pan that has linked
world Jewry with the resi-
dents of disadvantaged
neighborhoods in Israel. Jane
Sherman, national chairman
of Project Renewal, urged De-
troit's continued involvement
with the program, which has
recorded enormous successes
in Ramla.

Dr. Conrad Giles, president
of the Jewish Welfare Feder-
ation, described the evening
as "extraordinary" because
"whatever we do as a people,
whatever we do as a commu-
nity, is in large part deter-
mined by what we do to-
night."

Despite the seriousness of
purpose, the evening had its
lighter moments. Fisher said
he's made 125 trips to Israel,
"which adds up to two to
three years of living in Israel.
People are wondering why I
don't just make aliyah."

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