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December 05, 1986 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-05

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For All Window Treatments:

the efforts of the Diaspora to
raise funds on Israel's behalf,
I fail to see why a blanket of
self-censorship should be
placed on reporting about
what is done — or not done —
with the money. She replied
that she had never looked at
the matter in this way before.
While some people such as
this Wizo leader thought that
I had gone too far, others
thought that the series did
not go far enough. Some
critics said that I failed to
raise the basic questions of
whether the Jewish Agency
serves any purpose today, and
whether or not its functions
could just as well be carried
out by the Israeli government
or some other organizations.
Similar questions could be
posed about the WZO.
These are not trivial issues,
and they are being asked with
increasing frequency in both
Israel and the Diaspora. But
I confess that I deliberately
avoided them in the series.
The polemics conducted on
these issues are often painful-
ly devoid of any factual basis
and are clouded by many
myths and prejudices. So I
thought it would be prefer-
able to set forth the facts, as
best as I could ascertain
them, about the Agency and
WZO on a limited number of
issues of current interest. If
this stimulates a more in-
formed and dispassionate
discussion of the larger ques-
tions, then for me, as a jour-
nalist and a Jew concerned
about the future of Israel-
Diaspora relations, this shall
suffice.

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Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith asked the Virginia
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ments that use Christian
symbols and slogans in viola-
tion of U.S. and Virginia fair
housing laws.
In an amicus curiae, friend
of the court brief, ADL said
the use of a fish symbol,
closely linked to the Chris-
tian religion, and slogans
such as "Jesus is Coming" by
a Newport News, Va. real es-
tate firm convey beyond
question a "preference for
and limitation" to Christian
customers.
Joining ADL in supporting
Virginia's case against Lotz
Realty were the Catholic Dio-
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United Jewish Community of
the Virginia Peninsula, Inc.
and Housing Opportunities
Made Equal (HOME), a local
anti-discrimination in hous-
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