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October 30, 1987 - Image 4

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-30

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Rabbis Blast
U.S. Alliance

Toronto (JTA) — The local
Va'ad Harabbanim (Orthodox
Rabbinical Council) has
strongly urged the Canadian
Jewish Congress to reverse its
decision to join an alliance of
U.S. Jewish agencies opposing
any amendments to Israel's
Law of Return.
The law provides for im-
mediate Israeli citizenship for
all Jews who seek it. Ultra-
Orthodox political
movements have sought to
define conversion within the
law as decided by orthodox
criteria or Israel rabbinic
courts.
A telegram from the rabbis
to CJC President Dorothy
Reitman asserted that CJC's
integrity "rests in providing
a forum for representation of
various and varying
ideologies in the Jewish com-
munity to come together?'
To adopt the Law of Return
resolution, the telegram con-
tinued, "is a breach of the

Congress' mandate."

Reitman replied that Con-
gress only is "calling for no

change in this basic law
which exists to protect Jewish

unity."

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Vladimir

Slepak, a pioneer of the
aliyah movement among
Soviet Jews, arrived in Israel
Monday night with a warning
against being fooled by the
apparent liberalization of
Soviet emigration policies
that allowed him and his wife,
Maria, to leave the Soviet
Union 17 years after they
first applied for an exit visa.
Asked how he managed to
survive 17 years of struggle
with Kremlin officials, in-
cluding five years' exile in
Siberia, the former radio
engineer said: "I am a simple
man with a simple strength.
Many, many of us, in my
place, would have done the
same."

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FRIDAY, OCT. 30, 1987

Vol. XCII No. 10

Oct. 30, 1987

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