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March 13, 1987 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-13

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First, it would be the height
of legal and moral irresponsi-
bility for society to suggest
that those who participated in
these crimes can escape ac-
countability simply on the
basis that 40 years have
passed.
Second, granting "absolu-
tion" would imply forgiveness
— forgiving the unforgiveable
— and leave a very unsettling
implication for the rest of the
world to interpret.
Third, the Holocaust was no
ordinary crime; it cannot be
equated to the suspect who
may have committed a bank
robbery and then went into
hiding to lead the life of a "good
citizen"
And finally, there is no ques-
tion to what some refer to as a
statute of limitations. The
courts can battle the
arguments whether a legal
limitation exists in such cases
but it is for the world to estab-
lish a moral standard.
That standard should state
— and state clearly and un-
equivocally — that there is not
and never shall be a moral sta-
tute of limitations on the
Holocaust.
Only such an uncompromis-
ing standard will affirm the re-
solve of the world that those
responsible will be held ac-
countable and help serve as as-
surance that a Holocaust will
never be permitted to occur
again.

Israelis In America
Is Lecture Topic

As part of the Ivrit
B'tzavata (Hebrew Together)
lecture series, Nira Lev will
speak in Hebrew on "The
Unmelting Israeli in the Gol-
den Melting Pot," 2 p.m.
Sunday at the main Jewish
Community Center.
Lev is an associate pr-
ofessor of Hebrew language
and literature at the Mid-
rasha College of Jewish
Studies, and a teacher at the
United Hebrew Schools High
School.
She is a graduate of
JESNA sponsored Jewish
Leadership Training Program
at New York University. She
received a M.A. degree in
educational research from Tel
Aviv University and a M.A.
degree in English language
and literature.
Ivrit B'tzavata is sponsored
by the Jewish Community
Center and the Midrasha.

Book Review

Cong. B'nai Moshe Men's
Club and Sisterhood will pre-
sent Sherry Wasserman, who
will review The Book of Ab-
raham by Marek Halter, at
their meeting at 7 p.m. Tues-
day. Refreshments will be
served. The public is invited.

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Tuesday, March 17, 1987 - 8:00 p.m.

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Moses & Zionist Organization of America, Metro Detroit
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