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September 18, 1987 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-18

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10

FRIDAY, SEPT. 18, 1987

the Holocaust — it will pro-
bably take five years to com-
plete, but it will recognize
that there was a Holocaust
and that it was Jews who died
in it."
The Pope recognized that
Israel has a right to exist,
Partrich said, "but in the next
breath called for a Palesti-
nian homeland." In Rome, the
Pope said he had no
theological objection to
recognizing Israel "so it
comes down to politics.
"I don't expect recogni-
tion to be forthcoming
because the Church is linking
movement on the Palestinian
issue to recognition." But Par-
trich believes that Israel
should not be concerned
about Vatican recognition. "I
don't think that Israel should
do anything it would not nor-
mally do because Vatican
recognition is not that impor-
tant."
Was there any progress
made because of these
meetings, Partrich was ask-
ed? "On the Holocaust,
because of Waldheim, some
progress was made. Other
than that, no. The meetings
were symbolic — the Pope
took time out to meet Jewish
leaders and that was wor-
thwhile. It didn't hurt,
although there was not a lot
of change.
In Israel, the center of
Judaism, and in Rome, the
seat of the Catholic Church,
reaction to Pope John Paul
II's exchange with American
Jewish officials in Miami last
week was confined largely to
the media.
There was no official com-
ment in Jerusalem where the
consensus seems to be that
the Miami encounter was yet
another event in the continu-
ing Jewish-Catholic dialogue,
which in itself produced no
changes, particularly with
respect to the issue of Vatican
recognition of the Jewish
State.
According to Dr. Yitzhak
Minervi, one of Israel's
foremost authorities on
Israel Vatican relations, there
was no breakthrough. In an
interview published in
Haaretz, Minervi suggested
that the Pope's meeting with
the Jewish delegation at the
very start of his American
tour was aimed at improving
the Vatican's image in
American eyes, since it was
tarnished after his meeting
last June with Austrian
President Kurt Waldheim.
In Rome, there was a
notable contrast between the
general press and the official
Vatican newspaper, Osser-
vatore Romano, handling of
the Pope's meeting with the
Jewish leaders. The latter

Spencer Partrich:
No Blockbuster.

devoted an entire page to the
event, with liberal quotes
from the speech by Rabbi
Mordecai Waxman who was
selected to speak for the
American Jewish community.
The general press carried
such headlines as "Hard Con-
frontation," "Harsh
Dialogue," and "Polemics Bet-
ween the Pope and Jews in
the U.S." Some cor-
respondents saw the Pope's
reference to the rights of the
Palestinian people to a
homeland as an expression of
the real "pre-condition" for
Vatican recognition of Israel.
A headline in Osservatore
read, "By
Romano
Meditating On The Terrible
Suffering of the Shoah, The
Church Increasingly Recog-
nizes Its Ties With Jews." The
paper explained that the
American Jewish community
is the largest in the world and
the Catholic-Jewish dialogue,
especially since Vatican
Council II, "has become in-
tense and fruitful."

Israel Tourism
Up in 1987

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Tourism to
Israel was up 25 percent dur-
ing the first eight months of
1987 compared to the same
period in 1986, the Ministry
of Immigration and Absorp-
tion reported Tuesday. The
rise was three percent com-
pared to 1985 which was
Israel's record tourist year.
Of the 919,400 tourists,
766,100 arrived by air, a 24
percent increase over last
year. Arrivals by land totall-
ed 137,000 of whom 71,900
came to Israel via Egypt. This
was a 16 percent increase, ex-
cluding tourists who return-
ed to Israel after visiting
Sinai. Other land arrivals
were by the Jordan River
bridges.

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