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September 15, 1989 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-15

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Swidler, profes-sor of Catholic
thought and interreligious
dialogue, Ibmple University,
represented ADL; and the
Rev. John Kelly represented
the Broklyn-Queens Catholic-
Jewish Dialogue Group: Said
today's ADL-AJC satement:
"Although the delegation
heard some talk about a total-
ly new production for the year
2000, the 1990 play will still
use the traditional and highly
problematic text by Father
Josep Alois Daisenberger."
"While the delegation receiv-
ed assurances that some
changes would be made for
next year, and we hope they
will be, we nevertheless re-
main convinced that the
Daisenberger text still makes
the play a fundamentally
flawed production, a powerful
source of anti-Jewish
streotypes and caricatures.
"Many Christian leaders
have been among the several
critics of the play, which can
do enormous damage to
positive interreligious rela-
tions. It is an active transmit-
ter of anti-Jewish attitudes,
and because it is surrounded
with a religious mystique,
many reviewers regard it, not
as a piece of theater, but as a
spiritual and theological ex-
perience!"

USSR Emigres
Set Record

New York (JTA) — More
Jews emigrated from the
Soviet Union in August than
in any single month on
record, the National Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry last
week.
The tally was 6,756, of
whom 793, or 11.7 percent,
went to Israel, according to
the NCSJ's Soviet Research
Bureau, which began
tabulating emigration from
the Soviet Union in 1968.
The previoUs monthly high
was in October 1979, when
4,746 Jews departed. That
year, Jewish emigration total--
ed 51;320, a figure that has
not been matched in recent
decades. Ibtal Jewish emigra-
tion so far this year stands at
33,444.
This year's second-highest
monthly figure was 4,557,
recorded in April.
NCSJ
chairwoman
Shoshana Cardin expressed
hope that the upward trend
will continue. However, she
added, "While we rejoice for
those who have been able to
leave the Soviet Union, we re-
main mindful of the fact that
capriciousness is still part of
the Soviet emigration pro-
cedure."

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