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June 30, 1989 - Image 95

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-30

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home." Dinitz related this
issue to Soviet Jewish
emigres, about whom some
American Jews debate
whether they should settle
wherever they wish or be
allowed to settle only in
Israel.
Referring to Israeli visas
which Soviet Jews use to
leave the USSR, Dinitz said
"too much blood, sweat and
tears" have been expended for
Israel's existence for Israeli
visas "to be turned into a
document that moves Jews to
destinies other than Israel."
Defending American Jews'
right to criticize Israel, Dinitz
said, "If Israel was created as
a state for all the Jews, then
all the Jewish people have a
right to express their opinion
as of what kind of Israel they
wish to see." But Israelis, he
said, reserve the right to
make decisions that will af-
fect Israel's future because
"they and they alone will
have to carry the burden of
the consequences of these
decisions."
The ambassador chided
Jews who have met with
Palestine Liberation
Organization chairman
Yassir Arafat for helping to
create "the illusion" that
Arafat can weaken Israel by
"driving a wedge" between
Israel and Diaspora Jews.
And he said the PLO is
fighting Israel's proposal to
hold Palestinian elections in
the West Bank and Gaza
because PLO leaders fear
that such balloting will mean
that the locus of power will
then emanate from the
residents of these two ter-
ritories and "not from a cli-
que that sits in Tunisia."

Back to Values

Education in American to-
day is "failing," Joseph
Steger, University of Cincin-
nati president told graduates
at Hebrew Union College,
because it is ignoring basic
values and morality.

Education, said Steger, is
"training people [for jobs], not
educating them."
He implied that an erosion
of values is now endemic in
American society. Daily, he
said, politicians are indicted,
crime is growing at a yearly
rate of 1.8 percent, and finan-
cial institutions are collaps-
ing "because of greed."
Even the Bush administra-
tion's proposed funds for
education, he said, is less an
education budget than "a na-
tional loss of values budget."

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