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January 22, 1988 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-22

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Come Buy a Car From My DAD!

LARRY KAPLAN

See
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(313) 355-1000

Young Israel

(313) 355-6414

Continued from Page 6

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interest in the establishment
of a fourth branch in that
area. This interest, with the
major help from a Young
Israel Trust Fund charter of
residual assets — remaining
from Young Israel of Detroit
and Young Israel of Nor-
thwest — resulted in the pur-
chase of land in that territory
for a new branch called Young
Israel of Bloomfield.
Young Israel of Oak-Woods
is not closing its doors. It just
invested a capital expen-
diture in paving its entire
parking lot. It just concluded
its most successful annual
banquet and journal. It has
renovated and painted its en-
tire interior .. .
Nor is Young Israel of
Greenfield with any inten-
tions of leaving Oak Park .. .

David S. Tanzman,
President,
Young Israel Council of
Metropolitan Detroit

Unworthy
Journalism

The Jan. 8 article "Fisher,
Hermelin Back Boesky"
covered a newsworthy subject.
Messrs. Fisher and Hermelin
were correct in writing the
judge. I'm sure they
understood that their letters
would likely become part of
the public record of the case.
It is important for a judge in
the sentencing process to
know as much as possible
about an offender, including
circumstances in mitigation.
However, your last
paragraph comment about
Mr. Hermelin declining com-
ment and Mr. Fisher declin-
ing to return your call was
not newsworthy. The
paragraph represents either
juvenile journalism or an ef-
fort at intimidation, I'm not
sure which. It was unworthy
of the professionalism The
Jewish News usually exhibits
in its pages.

Avern Cohn
U.S. District Judge
Detroit

NJAgenda
Is Pro-Israel

Recent letters to The
Jewish News and your article

and editorial on the Ann Ar-
bor protest of Israeli govern-
ment policies in the West
Bank and Gaza (Jan. 15)
necessitate a response.
Though the Ann Arbor inci-
dent and the statement in the
Michigan Daily occurred out-
side our community, and thus
without the participation of
New Jewish Agenda of
Detroit, we must emphatical-
ly reject your characterization

of Agenda as a "pro-
Palestinian group." Such
labeling, which smacks of
McCarthyism, is totally false
in the sense in which that
term is used in the Jewish
community.
Only if "pro-Palestinian" is
given the precise definition of
opposing the denial of human
rights to Palestinians (as to
other peoples) and supporting
the creation of a Palestinian
state which explicitly
recognizes Israel and would
live alongside of it in peace,
can such a term be accurate-
ly applied to Agenda.

Ken Knoppow
New Jewish Agenda,
Detroit

OPINION

Dr. King

Continued from Page 7
even when it comes to speak-
ing out against racism and
other issues of mutual con-
cern. Of course, when one
looks at the attitudes of the
speakers that black student
groups invite to campus, it is
no wonder that their at-
titudes are negative. People
like Louis Farrakhan,
Kwame Toure (formerly
Stokely Carmichael) and
various representatives of the
PLO regularly tour the cam-
puses to present anti-Semitic
diatribes.
What can be done? Well, to
borrow Jesse Jackson's
favorite buzzword, Jewish
students must continue to
engage in dialogue with their
black classmates. In addition,
there must be a conscious ef-
fort to educate them about
Israel, particularly the
positive role Israel has played
in the Third World, about
which few have any great
knowledge. There is also a
need to make clear that dif-
ferences of opinion on issues
like affirmative action do not
erase the common goals
blacks and Jews otherwise
share. Jews must also be visi-
ble supporters of those com-
mon causes.
In recent years there has
been a recognition of the pro-
blems of anti-Israel propagan-
da on campus, but there has
been less sensitivity to the
antagonism that exists bet-
ween Jewish students and
minority students. Given the
increasing level of political
participation by non-whites,
it is imperative that a trend
of indifference or hostility
toward Israel not be allowed
to evolve among tomorrow's
leaders. Dr. King would not
have hesitated to act, neither
should we.

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