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May 27, 1988 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-27

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The Pollards

Continued from Page 52

been reluctant to criticize
Israel, Howe explained that
for many American Jews,
"Israel represents, and
understandably, the last hope,
dream, fantasy, desire. It is
very hard for them to face the
realities [It is] Israel as
Disneyland."
"I developed a simple plan:
Because they were eager for
me to believe them, if I ap-
peared to let slip some infor-
mation as if I knew it for a
fact, than, assuming I was
correct, they couldn't deny
that fact without risking
their credibility."
Fifteen months after he was
arrested, Sharansky was
tried in a Moscow- courtroom.
His brother was allowed in
the courtroom after Sharan-
sky refused to participate in
"a closed trial." In an extem-
poraneous speech to the cour-
troom, in which he faced his
brother and not the judge, he
said what Jews have "stub-
bornly" said to each other for
thousands of years, "Next
year in Jerusalem."
"And to this court," he add-
ed, "which has only to read a
sentence that was prepared
long ago, to you — I have
nothing to say."
Sharansky was sentenced
to 13 years imprisonment.
Returning to his cell, he felt
joyful and victorious. "Sud-
denly a lump, which had
formed several times in my
throat, took my breath away.
A gasp — and I began to
weep."

Israel Is Dream
For U.S. Jews

The future of Israel and U.S.
Jews relation to the Jewish
state were discussed in a two-
hour "round-table on Israel"
convened at the offices of the
Village Voice. Participating
were five American Jews from
varying portions of the
political spectrum; the
moderator was Village Voice
columnist Nat Hentoff. The
transcript of the "sometimes
heated exchange" was pub-
lished in the May 24 issue of
the Voice.
Recent issues, said author
Irving Howe, have "deeply
split" the Jewish community
on "a world scale . . . The on-
ly question is whether there
will be civility and decency in
the discussion."
Criticism of Israel, said
Howe, are not voiced by
Jewish organizations in the
U.S: "I never hear the Con-
ference of Presidents of
Jewish Organizations objec-
ting to spokesmen for the
right, saying they have no
right to speak. It is only the
doves who are attacked by the
Jewish establishment."

Malcolm Hoenlein, execu-
tive director of the Conference
of Presidents of Major Ameri-
can Jewish Organizations,
said it is "appropriate" for
U.S. Jews to discuss all issues
related to Israel. But Hoen-
lein was concerned about the
intended target of these
discussions. If one wishes to
"affect the American govern-
ment," he said, "then you go
public and you go to Washing-
ton. If it is to affect the Israeli
government, then publishing
op-ed pieces in the New York
Times is not the way to do it

"A real confrontation" be-
tween the United States and
Israel may be provoked if Yit-
zhak Shamir is elected as
Israel's prime minister in
that country's November elec-
tions, forecast Arthur Hert-
zberg, rabbi and professor
religion at Dartmouth Col-
lege. U.S. Jews, he said, suffer
from a faulty perception of
Shamir as eventually willing
to compromise over the oc-
cupied territories. The "real"
Shamir's intransigent refusal
to part with the disputed
lands will create a U.S.-Israeli
crisis.
But Hoenlein referred to an
article by Shamir in Foreign
Affairs magazine in which he
said "everything is negotiable
. . . , the future of Hebron
and Gaza will be determined,
but it should not be
"Judenrein" [free of Jews].

LOCAL NEWS

Vision Tests
Are Offered

Free vision screenings are
being offered by the Oakland
County Health Division to all
Oakland County youngsters
entering kindergarten in
September. A vision screen-
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Vision screenings will be of-
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June 6 and 8 from 5 to 7 p.m.
and June 7 and 9 from 9 to 11
a.m. No appointments will be
taken. Walk-ins are welcome.

Special Music
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The Jewish Community
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dividuals with learning
disabilities on Tuesdays at
the Maple/Drake Building.
Call the Center, 661-1000,
ext. 335, for information on
fees and registration.

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