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July 03, 1987 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-07-03

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bitterness directed towards
Caspar Weinberger — whose
grossly exaggerated
characterization of Pollard's
actions and their supposed
implications was no doubt in-
strumental in the judge's
decision to impose the max-
imum sentence that even the
prosecution didn't request —
is understandable. The
Secretary of Defense obvious-
ly went out of his way to
make sure Pollard received
the harshest sentence possi-
ble; the kind of behavior the
true motivation of which is at
best highly questionable.
Last but not least, Israel's
handling of the situation
can't be called its finest hour
and neither is that of large
portions of the Jewish com-
munity who hurried on the
bandwagon of the harshest
condemnation of the Pollards.
Here I have to agree with
Prof. Shlomo Avineri, who
suggested that this sort of
behavior, reminiscent of the
forever insecure . . . "galut"
Jew, is evidence that the
American Jew isn't after all
as secure as he wants to
believe. "Prisoner of Zion?"
Perhaps not quite, but neither
the villain Jonathan Pollard
was made to be. And to David
Holzel kudos for a direct,
courageous article.

Rachel Kapen
West Bloomfield

Unverified
Brazen Tirades

Aggressive, investigative
journalism, probing and
challenging the "establish-
ment," which seems to be
gaining ascendancy in the
American Jewish press, may
be a healthy phenomenon
provided it adheres to accep-
table standards of fairness
and accuracy. Hopefully, Mar-
vin Schick's piece in the June
26th issue of The Jewish
News ("Abuses Abound in
Zionist Agencies") is not
symptomatic of this type of
journalism.
In a sweeping "faccuse" in-
dicting the World Zionist
Organization (WZO), the
World Zionist Congress, the
Jewish Agency for Israel and
the Welfare Federations, Mr.
Schick's piece is crawling
with ad hominem innuendoes
and reckless accusations
without a shred of evidence or
documentation to substan-
tiate his charges.
In the opening paragraph,
Mr. Schick made the
gratuitous disclaimer that he
is not now and never has been
a membert of a Zionist
organization. Many Jews (un-
fortunately) have never been
affiliated with a Zionist
organization; yet, except for

the American Council for
Judaism, of unblessed
memory, few, if any, have
flaunted their "non-Zionism"
as a means of enhancing their
credibility.
As a non-Zionist, the writer
revealed, he and his non-
Zionist acquaintances have,
nevertheless, received ballots
for elections to the World
Zionist Congress. However, he
has not divulged whether he
had actually voted or was dis-
qualified by the "outside
agency," which the "Zionist
umbrella organization" had
hired to audit membership
and voter lists." Most elec-
tions — whether within the
trade union movement or
other membership organiza-
tions — are, to our knowledge,
supervised by an impartial,
outside agency.
If anything, the American
Zionist Federation is to be
commended for taking the
necessary steps to insure that
phony ballots, such as Mr.
Schick's, are eliminated by
the computer system
employed by the American
Arbitration Association. The
number of Congress election
participants is reported to be
in the neighborhood of a
quarter of a million. Does the
group or groups Mr. Schick
represents have better
credentials to "speak on
behalf of American Jewry?"
Mr. Schick correctly in-
dicated that "there are per-
sons extant who are fully
knowledgeable about the
unbelievable, complicated
mechanism that is the Jewish
Agency/WZO." It's obvious
that he is not one of them.
Further into this diatribe,
he questioned the "potency"
of American "bureaucrats" to
review and scrutinize
WZO/Agency operations
"6,000 miles" away. Had he
bothered to find out, he would
have known that the WZO
has an American Section,
which, along with the board
members of the Jewish Agen-
cy, travel to Israel at frequent
intervals and that the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds now has an of
in Israel.
Mr. Schick referred to
"Jewish Agency scandals,"
but failed to cite his sources;
and he attacked the welfare
federations, which "are
removed from the pain and
the struggle of needy Jews as
they divert more of their
domestic dollars . . . to coun-
try clubs and other projects
which aid upper middle-class
persons." It's quite con-
ceivable that some federa-
tions' list of priorities is out
of balance, but the charge
that federation funds are be-
ing used for "country clubs"

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