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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-15

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report
of
extreme
significance is that it
quotes at length from the
earlier encyclicals from
Pope Innocent IV as well
as from other pontiffs and
gives the decision such
decisive weight that no
doubt can possibly remain
relative to the falsehoods
leveled against the Jews.
Also he refuses to accept
the testimony of converted
Jews against their former
co-religioniists. Quoting
from Ganganelli's report:
"In these neophytes from
Judaism there is wont to
occur a certain transport
against their own nation,
by reason of which they
not seldom go beyond the
limits of truth."
Ganganelli emphasizes
in fact that conversion of
Jews to Catholicism will
become a most difficult
matter if Catholics will
continue to spread libels
against them. In the con-
cluding paragraph to his
statement he declares: "I
therefore hope that the Ho-
ly See will take some
measure to protect the
Jews of Poland, as Saint
Bernard, Gregory IX and
Innocent W did for the
Jews of Germany and of
France, 'that the name of
Christ be not blasphemed'
by the Jews and, moreover,
that their conversion may
not become more difficult."

NEWS

U.S. Sympathy
For Israel Drops

New York (JTA) — A Roper
poll conducted last April for
the American Jewish Com-
mittee found that American
public sympathy has declined
for Israel and risen for the
Arab nations since the begin-
ning of the Palestinian upris-
ing. The poll findings were
released last week.

However, while sympathy
for Israel declined by 11
percentage points since
February 1987 — from 48 per-
cent to 37 percent — sym-
pathy with the Arab nations
increased by only three
percentage points, from 8 per-
cent polled in February 1987
to 11 percent in April 1988.

In addition, a March poll
taken by the Roper Organiza-
tion that asked an identical
question about sympathies in
the Mideast conflict indicates
that sympathy with Israel
may be on the upswing. The
March poll showed sympathy
for Israel as low as 30 percent
and sympathy with the' Arabs
at 12 percent.

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ALL 1988 CITY OF DETROIT FIRST-HALF
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