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March 17, 1989 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-17

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Supreme Court Hears
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Washington (JTA) — The
Supreme Court heard oral
arguments last week to
decide whether religious sym-
bols, including a menorah,
displayed in two Pittsburgh
government buildings violate
the constitutional principle of
separation of church and
state.
The case pits the Lubavitch
Hasidic movement against
several major Jewish
organizations.
The case may test the limits
of the court's 1984 decision, in
Lynch vs. Donnelly, to uphold
a Pawtucket, R.I., nativity
scene erected in a private
park near City Hall.
In making its ruling, the
court argued that because the
Rhode Island display includ-
ed reindeer and other or-
naments, the nativity scene
had a secular, seasonal pur-
pose, rather than a purely
religious one.
This time around, the
nativity scene is in the
Allegheny County Cour-
thouse. But unlike the Lynch
case, the presence of
Christmas trees and
menorahs on public property
is also being challenged.
There is a 45-foot-high
Christmas tree with an
18-foot-high menorah on the
second floor of Pittsburgh's
City-County Building, known
as City Hall. The menorah is
owned by Chabad.
The U.S. Court of Appeals
for the Third Circuit ruled
last March that both the
Pittsburgh displays were
unconstitutional.

Chief Justice William
Rehnquist noted that Chabad
is a Jewish group in favor of
displaying the menorah on
public property.
Nathan Lewin, lawyer for
Chabad, said the menorah
has an "appropriate educa-
tional effect" on the public.
While conceding that it has
some religious significance,
he stressed it also instructs
citizens of faiths other than
Christianity, thereby showing
that non-Christian faiths are
treated well.
The National Jewish Com-
mission on Law and Public

The case may test
the limits of the
court's 1984
decision to uphold
a Pawtucket, R.I.,
a nativity scene
erected in a
private park near
City Hall.

Affairs filed a friend-of-the-
court brief in favor of the
displays.
Jewish groups that filed
amicus briefs opposing the
displays are the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, the American Jewish
Committee and the American
Jewish Congress, which filed
its brief also on behalf of the
National Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council —
an umbrella group of 11 na-
tional organizations and more
than 100 local community
relations councils.

Demonstrators Demand
More Settlements

Jerusalem (JTA) —
Thousands of Gush Emunim
supporters gathered last
Week to call for a renewed set-
tlement drive in the Israeli
occupied territories.
The demonstration raised
the tension level once more
between Labor and Likud,
whose opposing policies on
the settlements are now
focused on the Finance
Ministry, led now by Labor
Party leader Shimon Peres.
Peres declared categorical-
ly that "the Likud would not
get an extra shekel for set-
tlements."
Peres was reacting to
threats by the Likud that it
would agree to write off the
huge debts of the kibbutzim
only if the Treasury allocates
another 80 million shekels

($45 million) for the
settlements.
Last week, the government
and the banks agreed to write
off and reschedule four billion
shekels ($2.25 billion) of the
kibbutzim's debt, as part of a
wide-ranging recovery
program.
Many settlers say the
Likud-led government, which
has professed to support new
settlements, is not sym-
pathetic enough to settlement
efforts.
The demonstrators Tuesday
called for the government to
"hit the PLO with eight new
settlements," referring to the
Palestine Liberation
Organization's stated intent
to establish an independent
Palestinian state in the
territories.

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