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March 11, 1988 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-11

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I OPINION I

Come Buy a Car From My DADDY?
LARRY KAPLAN

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New Cars - Trucks • Used Cars - Leasing

New Right

Continued from Page 7

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distressed by the arrogance of
religious figures who know
without question for whom,
were He registered, God
would vote, and what stand
He would take on political
issues. There is, of course, no
need for political analysis or
debate when you have God's
own revelation whispered in
your ear.
The distinction must be
clear. Not the involvement of
religious persons and institu-
tions in the political arena,
but the coupling of theolog-
ical immodesty and incivility
threatens to divide our nation
into the rejected and elected.
Aside from the tranquility of
our society, the character of
religion itself is threatened. If
religion is exemplified by
heresy-hunting, absolutistic
and simplistic pronounce-
ments, it will be associated

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with bigotry and divisiveness.
Men and women of religious
sensibility must not allow the
disgrace of religion through
the politicization of the faith.
There are ways to distin-
guish responsible from irre-
sponsible interactions
between religion and the
political process. Mature
religious persons argue their
positions but will not make
villains out of dissenters or
saints out of supporters. The
new operation of religionized
politics is not as much a viola-
tion of the separation of
church and state as it is a
precarious separation of
moral decency and reason-
ableness from religion.
Religion has much to contrib-
ute to the political climate of
our time but only if it pre-
sents itself with modesty,
wisdom and compassion.

LETTERS(

Continued from Page 6
change our governments pol-
icies towards South Africa
and Central America. And as
Jews we must try to change
Israel's military support of
racist and oppressive govern-
ments. As former Israeli
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Rabin wrote after a visit to
Honduras, "When Israel in-
volves itself in Central
America . . . it hurts its image
and loses whatever friends we
have left in the world."

Shelby Robinson
Ft. Collins, Cola

Palestinians
Go Home!

Stop the violence — not by
beatings or jailings — but by
giving the Palestinians what
they say they want: a
homeland.
Ship those Arabs that try to
kill our people with their
stones and firebombs (they
don't have guns yet) back to
their homelands — Syria,
Iraq, Lebanon, Egypt, Saudi
Arabia. That's where their
people came from when they
flocked to Palestine to benefit
from the Jewish development
of an empty land suffering
from centuries of neglect. So,
send them back to their
homelands — and let's have
peace!

Karl-Ben-Joseph
Detroit

Moving In The
Right Direction

With great interest I read
your piece concerning
Jonathan Pollard (March 4).
Ever since the sentencing I

felt very strongly that both he
and his wife received what
can be termed as cruel and
unusual punishment.
I feel somewhat gratified
now that things are moving
in the right direction and
there is some hope for the cou-
ple and their distraught
families. In the meantime, if
there is a way in which I can
make both lives even a little
bit more bearable I would
have liked to do it.
I would have liked to tell
them that they are not forgot-
ten and that everything will
be done for them to receive a
pardon or to be sent to Israel,
the country for which they
practically gave their lives.

Rachel Canaan-Kapen
West Bloomfield

BBYO Liked
Purim Project

On behalf of the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization, I
would like to thank The
Jewish News for inviting our
youth to participate in the
Jewish Experience For
Families The Jewish News
Purim Parcel Project.
It provided many of our
young people with the oppor-
tunity to gain a first-hand
grasp of what "shalach
manot" means in both con-
cept and action. Certainly,
our youth learned a valuable
lesson regarding Jewish
ethics and community service
through this worthwhile
event. We look forward to be-
ing involved in future corn-
munity service projects spon-
sored by your organization.



Jon Isenberg
Assistant Regional Director
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization

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