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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-06

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new policy. In fact, Gitelman
said, the main difference bet-
ween ministers appointed by
Gorbachev and those of his
predecessors is simply 10
years.
"It's not a new type of per-
son," he said. "It's simply a
new addition of the same
kind."
Of glasnost, perestroika and
democratizatzia, Gitelman
said the latter is potentially
the most dangerous.
The
process
of
democratizatzia can be seen
in the current battle between
Gorbachev and Yegor
Ligachev, second in command
at the Kremlin and a solid
hard-liner.
"Soviet citizens are highly
uncomfortable with this," he
said. "Most don't understand
this business of choice."
Gorbachev's strategy in ad-
vancing democratizatzia is to
woo the support of the in-
telligentsia, Gitelman said.
In exchange for the privileges
of glasnost, this group will
use its standing in the public
to back Gorbachev's
programs.
Gitelman singled out the
Soviet leader's release of An-
drei Sakharov as "a major,
courageous political step?' By
this move, he said, Gorbachev
was saying to the establish-
ment that imprisoned the
dissident, "You made a
mistake."
It is not glasnost or
perestroika, however, that
will most profoundly affect
Soviet Jews. For the last 30
years, Gitelman said, treat-
ment of Jews in the com-
munist nation has been "dic-
tated much more by foreign
policy considerations than by
national ones."
Gitelman said Gorbachev
has been sending "probes
toward Israel," notably the
visit to Israel by a delegation
supposedly seeking to
safeguard property of the
Russian Orthodox Church.
"You can be sure," Gitelman
said, "that the Russians are
not terribly worried about
church property."
He also cited Gorbachev's
recent chastising Palestine
Liberation Organization chief
Yassir Arafat for failing to
recognize Israel.
Gorbachev's motive in such
actions, Gitelman said, "is an
attempt to diffuse some of
those trouble spots?' such as
the Middle East, that could
bring the Soviet Union into a
confrontation with the
United States.
Soviet Jewish emigration
has been affected positively
by Gorbachev's approach
toward Israel, and his
changes may also portend
good for those Jews who re-

Dr. Zvi Gitelman: Gorbachev
wants more responsible children.

main in the country,
Gitelman said.
Unlike earlier Soviet
leaders, Gorbachev holds no
notion that certain groups
should be favored simply
because of their nationality.
Rather, he believes in-
dividuals should advance
because of ability. Conse-
quently, Gitelman said, the
"ethnic criteria" which all
but destroyed opportunities
for Jews to be promoted or
gain entry to top unversities
may vanish.
Gitelman said he has seen
a religious revival among
Soviet Jews. This was spark-
ed in part by the sharp
decrease of exit visas issued
following the mass emigra-
tion permitted in the 1970s.
When they were not allowed
to leave, Jews began "turning
inward," he said.
Furthermore, Gitelman
said that Jewish history,
civilization and culture
always have been closely in-
tertwined with religion.
While noting the public
forum given to such anti-
Semitic groups as the in-
famous Pamyet (Memory), he
said the Soviets have toned
down their more vicious anti-
Semitism and anti-Zionism.
The Soviets have reacted in
a surprisingly "gentle way"
to the recent uprisings in the
West Bank and Gaza Strip,
Gitelman said. He said that
four years ago, such incidents
would have sparked a vicious
anti-Israel campaign by
Soviet leaders.
Even with these positive
changes, however, Gitelman
said Jews would do better to
see this as a "window of op-
portunity" to leave rather
than feel certain of their
future in the Soviet Union.
No matter how liberal or
reasonable Gorbachev or any
other Kremlin leader may ap-
pear, it is simply a fact that
the Soviet system is "fun-
damentally incompatible
with the Jewish religion?' he
said.

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