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June 10, 1988 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-10

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from Palestinians that he
resign. Last week another
Israeli-appointed official, the
mayor of Ramallah, quit his
position.
No suspects have been ar-
rested for the attempted
murder of Tawil.
Several West Bank
residents who heard of the at-
tack said that Tawil should
have heeded the demand to
resign and that his stabbing
would serve as "a lesson."

Rabbis Back
Surrogate Ban

New York (JTA) — Rabbis
participating in a New York
state bioethics task force sup-
ported the panel's endorse-
ment of a ban on surrogate
motherhood contracts. In
recommending legislation
that would prohibit payments
to surrogates and bar sur-
rogacy brokers from operating
in the state, the New York
State Task Force on Life and
the Law has taken "a proper
stand," Rabbi A. James
Rudin, interreligious affairs
director of the American
Jewish Committee, said in a
statement last week.
A second rabbi on the
26-member panel, Rabbi J.
David Bleich of Yeshiva Uni-
versity, said that he essen-
tially agreed with the recom-
mendations.
The panel did not call for a
total ban on surrogacy ar-
rangements, and "would still
permit surrogacy arrange-
ments when they are un-
disputed and when they do
not involve payment of a fee
to a surrogate," explained
Rudin.

Teens Negative
About Gays

New York (JTA) — Jewish
teenagers polled about their
biases joined other groups in
reacting negatively toward
gay people, someties vicious-
ly and with threats of
violence, according to a recent
survey.
About half of the Jewish
respondents disapproved of
having a gay person move in-
to the neighborhood. Other
groups surveyed — blacks,
whites, hispanics, Asians and
native Americans — rated a
potential gay neighbor even
lower.
In cross-tabulating the
responses of blacks and Jews
toward each other, only 86
percent of the blacks thought
it would be good for a Jew to
move into the neighborhood,
while 95 percent of the Jews
approved of a black person
moving in.

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