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September 15, 1989 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-15

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New Orleans — Children of
Christian-Jewish marriages
are psychologically healthier
if they are raised in the
religion of one parent rather
than in both faiths or none at
all, according to an American
Psychological Association
panel on interfaith marriage,
held late last month in New
Orleans.
Dr. Aphrodite J. Clamar, a
Manhattan psychotherapist,
suggested that children
whose parents come from dif-
ferent religious backgrounds
"cannot grow up with a clear
sense of religious identity if
they are not fully at home in
either the mother's or father's
faith."
Lydia Kukoff, director of the
Reform movement's outreach
program for intermarried
couples, warned of a tenden-
cy among parents to "choose
everything for their children
except their religion.
"The reluctance of mixed
couples to decide on one faith
for their child, or their an-
nouncement that they will
`expose the child to both
faiths and let the child decide,'
masks a dangerous am-
bivalence," she added. "And it
places the child in the ex-
tremely difficult position of
choosing one parent over the
other."

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Aviv (JTA) — A Palesti-
nian taken into custody for
attempted murder aboard a
passenger bus Saturday night
has confessed to committing
murder in Tel Aviv a few days
before, the police announced
late Sunday.
The suspect, identified only
as a 20-year-old resident of
the West Bank town of
Ramallah, led police to the
body of the man he said he
killed "because he was a
Jew: '
The corpse was concealed in
a large'pipe at a construction
site on the Tel Aviv
beachfront, where the Arab
and his victim shared duties
as night watchman.
The slain man was iden-
tified as Michael Ashtamker,
38, the divorced father of
three children.
The confessed killer was ar-
rested Saturday night after
stabbing the driver of a
Jerusalem-bound Egged bus,
Shlomo Assor, in the stomach
and chest, in an apparent at-
tempt to wreck the vehicle.
He was foiled by Assor, who,
despite his wounds, halted
the bus before it left the road.
Enraged passengers swiftly
overpowered the Arab and
held him for the police.

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