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December 05, 1986 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-05

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Friday, December 5, 1986

NEWS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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New York (JTA) — The ,
Anne Frank Center here has
joined the mounting national
protest against a Federal
Court ruling last week that
upheld the right of a group of
Christian fundamentalist
parents in Greeneville, Thnn.
to keep their children out of
the local public school when
The Diary of Anne Frank,
among a long list of other
books, was read in classrooms
as part of the curriculum.
The decision by Judge
Thomas Hull that the parents
had the right to protect their
children from what they con-
sider "Godless" influences
and teach them to read at
home, shocked academic,
legal, publishing and religious
circles all over the country.
The Diary of Anne Frank,
along with such classics as
The Wizard Of Oz, was found
objectionable by the parents
because they stress human-
itarian values and deem all
religions to be of equal value,
an anathema to the religious
right. All the books cited in
the case are part of a basic
reading series published by
Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

UN Report Cites
Need For Peace
In Mideast

United Nations (JTA) —
UN Secretary General Javier
Perez de Cuellar warned here
last week that without a
breakthrough for peace in the
Middle East — "ncluding the
Palestine Liberation Organi-
zation"— in the Middle East
war can engulf the region
once again.
"The situation in the region
continues to be highly vola-
tile," de Cuellar said in his an-
nual report to the General
Assembly in the section on
the situation in the Mideast.
"There is a grave danger that
if the present deadlock in the
peace process is allowed to
persist, major hostilities will
break out again in the area as
has happened several times in
the past," the Secretary
General stated.
De Cuellar recalled that the
Yom Kippur War between
Egypt and Israel in 1973 --
almost led to direct confron-
tation between the United
States and the Soviet Union.
He warned that a new war in
the Mideast, "with the devel-
opment of ever more sophis-
ticated and destructive
weapons," may be more dif-
ficult to control and may in-
deed bring a nuclear confron-
tation between the super-
Powers.
A comprehensive Mideast
settlement he continued must
be based on "withdrawal of
Israeli forces from Arab ter-

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