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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-19

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tion. Although Jews did have
to overcome quotas and
prejudicial treatment in the
past, this fact is not recog-
nized by the civil rights
movement.
The final and probably
most disturbing factor in the
quest for upward mobility, is
the decline of Jewish values
in the home. Jews must re-
main the "People of the
Book” to insure our children's
climb up the mobility ladder.
Parents need to insist on
maintaining the quality of
the public schools which have
contributed so much in the
past to the success story of
American Jews. Traditional

Jewish values , must be main-
tained through comprehen-
sive Jewish education which
emphasizes learning as well
as justice and Jewish values.
The Jewish home must re-
main the fortress from
within.

Perhaps it is unrealistic to
expect a never-ending cycle of
upward mobility. However, it
is certainly not inconceivable
to expect a maintenence of
the status quo. The very least
we can accept is an attempt
within the Jewish community
to carry on the tradition of
Jewish success and contribu-
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taught to ask why and if
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dren know about the woria
around them, they also know
about those things that make
them different than their
Christian friends.
We as a community can no
longer sit still while our life's
blood is cajoled away by
organizations that offer some-
thing far less than what we
have ourselves. We are
different, we believe differ-
ently, our customs are differ-
ent and our heritage goes
back over 5700 years. Some-
thing no other people can
claim. We must fight for our
children and our families. We
must learn, we must study
and we must ask. With
knowledge comes respect for
who and what we are.

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feriority. The person in front
of you seems to know what
he's talking about, and even
though you realize how false
most of the statements are,
you don't have the ability to
contradict what is being said.
Our own lack of knowledge is
our own downfall, not the
missionaries from Jews for
Jesus.
Although the impact of the
Jews for Jesus groups is
marginal, the effect on our
community through inter-
marriage and assimilation
has been far more devastat-
ing. Our children don't leave
on their own — they're bored
away. Their unanswered
questions and desires are an-
swered by some other source
rather then that within the
family. No one steals our
children — we give them
away by forgetting why we
are a family in the first
place.
Parents who cry about
their children leaving the
"Faith" always say something
about sending their child to
Hebrew School and giving
them a great big bar/bat
mitzvah. You never hear
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or reading Midrash at bed-
time, or struggling with He-
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learning how to put on a pair
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that our children's Hebrew
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classroom.
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it, being Jewish means that
you have to do something.
We are not a religion of blind
faith. We are taught to ques-

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