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May 13, 1988 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-13

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vent them from closing down
the offices of the African Na-
tional Congress in the United
States, or the Committee in
Solidarity with El Salvador?
Or the offices of Americans
for Progressive Israel or the
Kibbutz Aliyah Desk?

One last note. There is a
certain feeling of
powerlessness that American
Jews feel regarding events in
the Middle East, and the con-
flict between the State of
Israel and the PLO. This feel-
ing extends to Jewish
organizations as well as in-
dividuals. In a certain sense,
the campaign to close down
the PIO offices was an at-
tempt, perhaps a cathartic
act, a symbolic gesture that
"we" did something to help
Israel in its battle against
"them."
If we can learn anything
from recent history, we can
see that this symbolic act is
also a futile one. One can
move toward peace and rap-
prochement only when the
fighting stops and negotia-
tions between enemies begin.

LETTERS

Continued from Page 6
guidance in both religious
and secular matters. In our
age of drugs, crime, assimila-
tion, divorce and corruption
within all levels of society, is
it not time for us to return to
the paths of our forefathers?
Should not an occasion such
as a bar mitzvah be
celebrated in a proper and
respectful manner.
The rabbis of all three bran-
ches of Judaism, although
they may be pressured by
their individual congrega-
tions, should muster support
through their various rab-
binic organizations to educate

our people in the proper and
dignified manner to celebrate
important milestones, even if
they are taking place outside
of the synagogue facility.
Then, we will all benefit from
a change in attitude and prac-
tice . . .

Perhaps your newspaper
could acknowledge the
families who are desparately
trying to maintain these
values instead of reporting
the incidences of those who
want to deny them.

Rabbi Edward S. Feigelman

Southfield

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Continued from Page 7
by the American Jewish
establishment has settled.
We are convinced that this
campaign should not have
been waged, and that it was
wrong to shut down the PIO
office in Washington, D.C. As
some commentators already
have pointed out, there is
nothing in the special legisla-
tion to prevent American
citizens from establishing a
new office, perhaps called
American Friends of the
Palestine Liberation
Organization, which would
perform essentially the same
function as the PIO did.
Similarly, it is hard to
calculate the value to the
sponsors of the PIO that the
publicity surrounding this
case generated.
Finally, the precedent of
closing down offices of
organizations that have views
far from the politically-
acceptable "center" disturbs
us greatly. Once they close
down the PIO office, and once
they close down the PLO Mis-
sion to the United Nations
(this campaign is now under
way as well), what will pre-

East Germany Cracks
Down On Neo-Nazis

Bonn (JTA) — The East Ger-
man official news agency,
ADN, indicated that authori-
ties are cracking down on neo-
Nazi activities, which they
once claimed did not exist in
the Democratic Republic. Ac-
cording to ADN, nine neo-
Nazis went on trial in the
Oranienburg district court
last week, charged with
spreading anti-Semitic pro-
paganda and displaying Nazi
symbols.
East German officials also
confirmed Western reports

that seven neo-Nazis received
prison sentences in Dresden
at the end of March for circu-
lating anti-Semitic propagan-
da, assaults on individuals
and destruction of property.
The sentences ranged from 8
months to 4 years.
The neo-Nazi problem was
acknowledged for the first
time in December 1987, when
the authorities announced
the trial of several neo-Nazi
groups, including some ex-
treme right-wing
organizations.

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