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May 15, 1987 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-15

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science, of shunning responsi-
bility, looking away, keeping
mum. When the unspeakable
truth of the Holocaust then be-
came known at the end of the
war, all too many of us claimed
that they had not known any-
thing about it or even sus-
pected anything."
Second, beyond the question
of responsibility, is the ques-
tion of forgiveness. That is not
for us to decide. It is not for us
to forgive. Only the victims
have the right — the exclusive
right — to forgive. Our duty is
to remember. Our responsibil-
ity is never to stand by in si-
lence in the face of evil, and
thus to become accomplices by
our apathy. Our sacred obliga-
tion is to vow "never again."
Finally, it is for us to keep
faith with America's Founding
Fathers, who created a system
of governance which made the
state the servant of man rather
than man a servant to the
power and glory of the state. It
is for us to insist, as they did,
that government be subser-
vient to the law and that indi-
viduals and minorities alike be
protected from the intolerance
and oppression of abusive
majorities.
It is for us to be ever mindful
of Thomas Jefferson's admoni-
tion: "The time to guard
against corruption and
tyranny is before they shall
have gotten hold of us. It is bet-
ter to keep the wolf out of the
fold than to trust to drawing
his teeth and talons after he
shall have entered."
On this day of remembrance,
then, let us once again rededi-
cate ourselves to the American
faith that all men and women
are created equal; that they are
endowed by their Creator with
certain unalienable rights; and
that among these are life, lib-
erty, and the pursuit of happi-
ness. To preserve these rights
let us once again mutually
pledge to each other our lives,
our fortunes, and our sacred
honor.

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UNITY AND DIVERSITY IN JEWISH LIFE TODAY

A Panel Discussion From Conservative Reform & Orthodox Viewpoints
THURSDAY — MAY 28, 1987 — 7:30 P.M.

CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK — ADLER HALL

RABBI M. ROBERT SYME

RABBI IRWIN GRONER

Temple Israel
Men's Club

Congregation Shaarey Zedek
Men's Club

RABBI MORTON YOLKUT

These remarks were delivered
at the Holocaust
commemoration April 30 at the
State Capitol in Lansing.

Soviet-Born
Rabbi Ordained

New York — The first Soviet-
born rabbi in the history of the
Conservative movement,
Leonid Feldman, was ordained
Thursday at the 93rd com-
mencement exercises of The
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, held in New York.
Among those graduating
were the first women to receive
the diploma of Chazzan (Can-
tor), Erica Lippitz of Evanston,
Ill. and Marla Rosenfeld
Barugel, of Merrick, Long
Island.






Congregation B'nai David
Men's Club

What Are The Issues Dividing Jewish Religious Groups Today?
Can We Prevent The Conflict In Israel From Entering American Jewish Life?
Do We Need A Crisis To Unite Us All As Jews?
How Can We Strengthen The Spirit Of Pluralism And Mutual Respect?

This Trialog Is Presented To Strengthen The Force Of Jewish Unity While
Recognizing The Legitimacy Of Diversity

President, Dr. Larry Miller

THE PUBLIC
IS INVITED

President, Dr. Joseph Langnas

Co Chairmen: Arnold Michlin
Dr. Gerald Laker
Mark London

President, Nick Gonti

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