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July 24, 1987 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-07-24

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Issue date: week of 8/24/87

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and trends for fall —
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and all points in
between!

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Issue date: week of 11/9/87

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Issue date: 11/27/87

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FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1987

78 Cantors
Oppose Women

Toronto — A recent poll of
300 members of the Cantors
Assembly (the Conservative
movement's national
organization of cantors) has
revealed that 76 out of the 90
men who responded oppose
the ordination of women
cantors.
The poll was conducted by
Cantor A. Eliezer Kirshblum
on behalf of the Ontario
region of the Cantors
Assembly, which he chairs, as
a reaction to the recent move
by Dr. Ishamr Schorsch,
chancellor of the Jewish
Theological Seminary, to or-
dain women cantors.
Schorsch's decision to grant
women equal rights on this
issue was based on a respon-
sum (Jewish legal opinion)
prepared by Dr. Joel Roth.
Cantor Kirshblum question-
ed its validity and thus made
an inquiry to the Union for
Traditional Conservative
Judaism (UTCJ). The UTCJ
responded with a ten-page
respdnse
refuting the
halakhic basis for the
Seminary's decision.
The Cantors Assembly has
postponed a decision on
whether to accept women
pending a subcommittee
report to be heard at their
May 1988 convention.

Homosexual
Harassment

New York (JTA) — Gay
and lesbian Jews in Israel
are harassed by police and of-
ficials of the Israel Defense
Force, according to a report
which estimates the number
of such Jews in Israel as be-
tween 200,000 and 400,000.
The report was contained
in the current issue of the

Digest of the World Congress
of Gay and Lesbian Jewish
Organizations, which has its

headquarters in San Fran-
cisco and described the activi-
ties of the only organization
in Israel for such Jews,
Agudah, the Society for the
Protection of Personal Rights.
The newsletter asserted that
the challenges facing such
Jews "is perhaps nowhere
greater than in Israel."
Most Jewish homosexuals
in Israel have been reluctant
to risk the consequences of
being identified as gay or
lesbian. Many have a feeling
of "little privacy" and perva-
sive anti-gay sentiment.
Agudah officials have
maintained a dialogue with
municipal police in an effort
to stem "random police
harassment" of homosexual
Jews.

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