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March 10, 1989 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-10

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Shamir as Israel's prime
minister. He said the same
thing about Menachem
Begin, yet Begin was the on-
ly Israeli who negotiated a
treaty with Egypt and push-
ed it through the Knesset."

Bernstein called for a
dialogue with blacks, describ-
ing it as a "very difficult, very
complex relationship which
should be on our agenda"
because "blacks have a stake
in the United States. If anti-
Semitism ever arose, it would
come from the blacks. We
must tell blacks that opposi-
tion to anti-Jewish and in-
flammatory rhetoric is not
anti-black."
Although anti-Semitism is
growing in the U.S., Berns-
tein cautioned against over-
reacting but charged that the
current spate of anti-Israel
editorial cartoons "all over
the country has been more ef-
fective (in spreading anti-
Semitism) than swastikas on
the side of synagogues.
"The Los Angeles Times is
one of the worst offenders
because they don't
distinguish between anti-
Semitism and anti-
Israelism."
The rabbi cautioned against
joining the anti-abortion
movement as "a path that is
strewn with dangerous traps
and explosive mines" for Jews
and also said that separation
of church and state "is the
major reason Jews enjoy life
in America today."
He said American Jewry
must show Washington its
primary concern is for Israel's
security and urged support of
religious Jewish settlements
there, but warned the Or-
thodox community cannot be
expected to continue suppor-
ting both its education pro-
grams and Jewish life in
general on a massive scale.

He said the Holocaust and
the birth of Israel must be in-
ternalized by the Jewish peo-
ple — that the fact some Jews
regard those events as exter-
nal to themselves is what
separates them from religious
Zionism and the Mizrachi
movement.
In his introduction, Rabbi
Samuel Stollman eulogized
his aunt as "a fighter, an op-
timist who wanted to be with
others and to help . . . She
was an executive person who
could plan, who could make
decisions.
"She was very generous,
very kind . . . We pray that
this lecture will strengthen
both education and Israel as
Frieda strived to do."
David S. Tanzman introduc-
ed Rabbi Bernstein.
Co-sponsors of the program
in addition to the host

Rabbi Bernstein:
Dialogue with blacks.

synagogue included Bar-Ilan
University, of which the
Stollman family has been a
major supporter; Young Israel
Council of Metropolitan
Detroit, Mizrachi-Hapoel
Hamizrachi and Akiva
Hebrew Day School.

"mmi'l LETTERS

Continued from Page 6

the mentioned Geraldo or
Oprah show on the skinheads.

By putting the swastika on
your front page and display-
ing it in the drugstores and
vending machines, you gave
more expsoure for the hand-
ful of Nazis, what they could
buy for money or could hope
for.
You are forgetting that 97
percent of the United States
population is not Jewish!
They don't buy The Jewish
News and don't read the story.
They just see the swastikas
displayed in the most fre-
quented places in the
American scene, the
drugstore and newsstand, and
that is exactly what the Nazis
are craving for now! You gave
it for them free!
I hope in the future you will
find a better way to write
about that menace in your
paper.

Charles Lukacs

Southfield

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