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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-28

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Friday, November 28, 1986 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CJF president Shoshana Cardin and executive vice president
Carmi Schwartz.

The Theme: A Need
For Unity, Not Rage

JOSEPH AARON

Special to The Jewish. News

Editor's note: The following
reports on the Council of
Jewish Federations General
Assembly, in Chicago Nov.
12-16, continue the coverage
which began in the Nov. 21
Jewish News.

K

lal Yisrael, the need to
build community, was
the theme of this year's
GA and the subject of
speeches by Shoshana Cardin
and Rabbi Harold Schulweis.
Cardin, of Baltimore, who
was elected to her third one-
year term as president of the
Council of Jewish Federa-
tions, called the building of
community, "a central value
of Judaism. History and ex-
perience have taught us that
Jews in isolation, not con-
nected to the Jewish com-
munity, cannot survive as
Jews."
lb get Jews to connect, she
said, Jewish organizations
"must demonstrate that our
doors are open to all who can
belong, to all who many wish
to participate but don't know
how. Jews, affiliated or unaf-
filiated, detached or even
alienated, must begin to feel

that the communal enterprise
wants them, is ready to em-
brace them and make room
for them."
That's important, she said,
because "all Jews should be
participatory Jews. Judaism
is not a spectator ideology.
Judaism does not recognize
the notion of passive Jews."
The way to get Jews to
become active, she said, is by
advocating "a Klal Yisrael
ideology, committed to plural-
ism in Jewish life. It is an
ideology that nurtures
mutual respect among its
specific ideological groups
and seeks the pursuit of uni-
ty even in the midst of serious
differences."
The idea, she said, is to aim
not for uniformity, but unity.
"Honest differences can be a
source of creativity. The agen-
da which unites us is far more
powerful and significantly
more compelling than the
agenda which divides us. Our
common. agenda is also
significantly more satisfying
and creative than the agenda
which excerbates our ten-
sions."
The agenda that unites us,
she said, is one which in-
cludes "fundamental con-

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