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December 25, 1987 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-12-25

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I LIFE IN ISRAEL I

R

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SLEEPWEAR • DAYWEAR • PLAYWEAR

Reform Shul

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aim is to create a warm sup-
portive atmopshere. We offer
a slow moving service that's
easy to follow with lots of
singing," said Rabbi
Weiman-Kelman.
Regarding the future of
alternative forms of Judaism
in Israel, the rabbi said,
"Politically and legislatively
I'm a pessimist. I don't see
any changes for the good in
the near future. It is only a
matter of time before 'Who Is
A Jew' is passed in one form
or another. I don't fault the
Orthodox rabbis for not wan-
ting to accept a non-Orthodox
conversion. However, I de-
mand they respect my ideals
as I respect theirs.
"For me the most important
issue is the separation of
halachah and the state and
most secular Israelis do not
relate to it as an issue. The
Israeli public allows the state
to allow the Orthodox to be in
control. We should be leading
the fight to separate religion
and the state, not wasting
time on 'Who Is A Jew.' "
He acknowledged that his
opinions are controversial
even in the Reform and
secular community in Israel.
Regarding ways in which
American Jews can support
the Reform movement in
Israel, Rabbi Weiman-
Kelman made three points.
"The American Reform com-
munity should make sure
that the money they con-
tribute goes to non-Orthodox
educational institutions. A lot

of moeny goes to non—Zionist
Orthodox institutions. Some
of that money pays for adver-
tisements in the major
newspapers telling Israelis
not to pray in Reform and
Conservative synagogues on
holidays.
"When American Jews visit
Israel, it is important that
they contact the Reform com-
munity in Israel. There are
two - kibbutzim and an in-
dependent settlement found-
ed by the Reform movement.

"And finally, when contac-
ting Israeli leaders it is im-
portant to communicate -to
them how unacceptable this
situation is. One of the
reasons American Jews care
about Israel is that there are
things happening in Israel
that American Jews can
relate to. We are proving that
a progressive Jewish tradition
has taken root in Israel and
needs support."
Cong. Kol Haneshemah has
been using a room in the
neighborhood community
center for the last year. They
found a deserted run-down
building on an empty lot
which the city of Jerusalem
has given them to use as a
synagogue. One of Rabbi
Weiman-Kelman's purposes
in coming to the United
States is to raise funds for the
first stage of the renovation
project which will allow them
to use the small building. The
more ambitious second stage
will expand the building.

NEWS I

Arab Group Seeks
Israeli Envoy's Ouster

Washington (JTA) —
Canada refused last year to
accept Amos Yaron, a former
Israeli major general blamed
for allowing Christian
Phalangists to massacre
Palestinian refugees in 1982,
as an Israeli envoy. But the
United States raised no objec-
tion to his assignment in
August 1986 as defense at-
tache in the Israeli Embassy
here. Last week, however, the
American Arab Anti-Discrim-
ination Committee (ADC),
mounted a media campaign
urging his ouster.
The ADC paid $4,500 to
Metro, the District of Colum-
bia transit authority, to post
more than 100 placards in
subway cars criticizing
Yaron's presence as an at-
tache at the Israeli Embassy,
according to Metro spokes-
person Beverly Silverberg.
Faris Bouhafa, ADC spokes-
man, said his organization
has not yet decided whether

to renew the poster contract
for January.
Yaron was one of two senior
military commanders forced
to resign by Israeli investi-
gators of the massacres at the
Sabra and Shatila refugee
camps in Lebanon. The
Kahan Commission found
that Yaron and Maj. Gen.
Yehoshua Saguy stood by in-
differently as hundreds of
Palestinians were killed
while the camps were under
Israeli military control. The
commission recommended
that Yaron be suspended and
not appointed to any senior
command posts„ a ban that
expired in 1986.
After the ADC protested
Yaron's appointment, Roscoe
Suddarth, then-deputy assis-
tant secretary of the State
Department's Bureau of Near
East and South Asian Affairs,
wrote to ADC President Ab-
deen Jabara that the United
States "carefully reviewed"

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