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January 13, 1989 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-13

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stumbling block is a will-
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It is our rabbis who know
best that the explanation
given for the destruction of
the Second Temple, centuries
ago, was seen as cheenam, or
causeless hatred between
Jews. American Jews will be
watching in the weeks ahead
to see if our rabbinic leader-
ship can rise above the fac-
tionalism and hatred that
have, for too long, divided us,
and seek a common solution
to a serious problem that will
not go away.

LETTERS 1

Continued from Page 6

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all Jews. Instead of focusing
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Japanese, and other foreign
cars that are well engineered
and fulfill the desire for lux-
ury and quality.
It is doubtful that such
boycotts will convince the
"good Germans" that the pro-
fits from chemical weapons
are not worth it. However, at
least we will feel better that
we have not spit on the souls
of the Jews murdered by the
Nazis or, God forbid, any Jews
killed in the future by Ger-
man designed chemical
weapons.

Bat-Sheva Nivy Lerner
Royal Oak

Intermarriage
And The Bible

In his article in your Dec. 23
issue, Rabbi Richard Hertz
states that since the biblical
character Joseph marries an
Egyptian woman "Joseph's
sons would be disenfranchis-
ed if they lived today and
tried to make aliyah. Their
mother was not Jewish. Yet
Joseph is revered in Jewish
circles . ."
The question about Joseph
loses its validity when view-
ed in proper historical
perspective. Joseph's father
the patriarch Jacob, had 12
sons (Joseph included) and
one daughter. Could these 12
sons be expected to find
"Jewish' mates if they were
the only "Jewish prototypes"
in existence at the time?
It could likewise be argued
that Moses married Tzip-
porah, a Midianite woman
(Exodus 2:21). But such an
argument would also fail to
take into account that no
such prohibition of intermar-
riage existed until the giving
of the Torah to our people.
The Torah and its laws were
not given until after the

Jewish nation left Egypt and
received it at Mount Sinai.
Once the Torah is received,
the Bible is replete in its feel-
ings on intermarriage ... .
Intermarriage has been a
problem for our people
throughout our history.
However, after the receiving
of the Torah and its com-
mandments, the Bible's at-
titude towards intermarriage
is clear and unwaivering.

Dr. Bruce Sherizen
Southfield

Journalistic War
Against Orthodox

The ongoing journalistic
pogrom against religious
Jewry reached a new nadir of
degradation with the scur-
rilous remarks by Mark
Liebhaber — presented to us
courtesy of Philip Slomovitz
in his "Purely Commentary"
column (Jan. 6).
The words, ". . . never serv-
ed in Israel's army"
desecrates the memory of
Chabad soldiers in the Israel
Defense Forces who fell in
Israel's wars. The Lubavit-
chers serve in Israel's army;
they are to be found in the
elite front-line combat units
such as the Golani Brigade, in
tank battalions, the para-
troopers, the infantry, the
navy, and the air force.
Their collective service
record is virtuous and star-
studded, as is true for the
overwhelming majority of
religious Jews in Israel, con-
trary to the stereotype con-
jured up in the press during
the anti-Orthodox jihad of the
past several months.
Even this baseless pro-
paganda pales by comparison
to the malicious statement
about the Lubavitcher Rebbe
interfering in the affairs of

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