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July 22, 1988 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-22

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Federation are so hasty to
reduce the Midrasha's hours
without obtaining alternate
funding for it? Is this not ad-
ding further insult to injury?
Members of the Detroit
Jewish community should
protest this decision by
writing the Federation and
the UHS. To allow the library
to reduce its hours to only six
a week would only show (and
most certainly will cause) a
severe regression in our com-
munity's Jewish academic
life.

Charles Pearlstein

Southfield

Jerusalem Is A
Safe City For Visitors

The headline in the July 8
issue, "Excavations Spark
Violence," was significantly
miselading. It gives one the
impression that Jerusalem is
not a safe place to visit.
My 8-year-old son and I
were in Jerusalem and in
East Jerusalem on the day of
the disturbance. There was no
evidence of violence. That
evening, both Israeli and Jor-
danian television news aired
the story. Your readers may
want to know that the distur-
bance was over by 9 a.m.
While in Israel, we drove
through many Arab villages
and spent considerable time
beyond the greenline. We
walked through the Arab
Quarter of the Old City and
through an Arab village on
our way to the excavations at
the City of David. We stopped
at an Arab shop to buy
refreshments and spoke to
many Arabs.
I am very disappointed. I
would expect this from The
Detroit Free Press, not The

Jewish News. The Jewish
News has such a long Zionist

background it is frustrating
to see you slip and print such
a misleading headline, which
hardly deserves the front
page.

Bill Graham

West Bloomfield

Charges Of Papal
Silence Are False
I want to thank The Jewish
News for carrying my article

about efforts to defend Pope
Pius XII from allegations
that he was silent and inac-
tive during the Holocaust,
and for your open-mindedness
and courage in presenting
both sides of a very com-
plicated and highly emotional
issue.
I was less pleased with the
response by Dr. Sidney,
Bolkosky. Though he raised
some valid points, his selec-
tive citation of facts and skew-
ed analysis gave the impres-

sion — perhaps incorrect —
that he is more interested in
settling perceived old scores
with the Catholic Church
than in correctly interpreting
history.
One striking example of
selective interpretation in-
volves his statement that
Pius XII, like his predecessor,
Pius XI, was sympathetic to
fascist anti-communism, as
indicated by Pius XI's signing
of a concordat with Germany
in 1933. Dr. Bolkosky fails to
note that Pius XI in 1931
issued an encyclical letter,
Non Abbiamo Bisogna,
against Italian fascism, and
in 1939, as the true nature of
Nazism became more clear,
delivered another encyclical,
Mit Brenneder Sorge: sharp-
ly critical of Hitler's policies.
The latter reportedly was
drafted by his secretary of
state, Cardinal Eugenio
Pacelli, who would later be
known as Pius XII.
Also ignored by Dr.
Bolkosky is Pius XI's efforts
to prevent Austria's annexa-
tion, and Pius XI's 1938 state-
ment: "Anti-Semitism is a
movement in which we Chris-
tians can have no part what-
soever . . . Spiritually we are
Semites." That statement
reflected a trend of denounc-
ing anti-Semitism begun by
Pope Leo XIII in 1882 and
followed by his successors.
Unfortunately, Dr.
Bolkosky errs similarly
regarding Pius XII's
"silence." Though he is fac-
tually correct in pointing out
that Pius XII did not clearly
and publicly denounce
Hitler's genocidal campaign,
Dr. Bolkosky erroneously
calls the church hierarchy
silent.
The Pope's 1941 and 1942
Christmas messages, cited in
my article, contain veiled but
unmistakable references to
the Holocaust — so much so
that they were praised open-
ly by The New York Times
but privately condemned by
Nazi officials. (Dr. Bolkosky
can perhaps be excused for
forgetting about the Pope's
Christmas messages because
The Times, which parrots the
same notion about Pius'
alleged silence, seems to have
forgotten those messages and
their own editorials as well).
When the Dutch bishops
issued their strong public con-
demnation of the Nazi treat-
ment of the Jews, they cited
Pope Pius' Christmas
message as their source of
guidance. Dr. Bolkosky com-
mends individual Catholics
for helping Jews, but ignores
evidence that the light which
guided them was more than
internal.
Such selective citation of

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