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October 27, 1989 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-27

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6.9% ° R
REBATES n I : ° $2000**

NEW CARS

NEW '90 CAVALIER VL 2 DR. CPE.

Continued from Page 6

NEW TRUCKS

NEW '89 SUBURBAN 3 /4 TON

•454 cwaso

.

Cloth bucket seats, 2/1 EFI L4 engine
P185/80 R13 tires, 5 speed trans., metal
lic paint and more. Stk. ::3183.

FIRST TIME BUYER

I LETTERS 1

Air, Ick. dif., oil cler., HD, Silvera-
do, p. ws./locks, 40 gal. tk.,
crse., dp. t-glass. Stk. #1192.

$600

$22,663
$1500

WAS
DOUBLE REBATE

Nry$6795*

Pgr, $11 7',925

23 Available

*

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WAS
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FIRST TIME BUYER

OILY $1

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$600

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NEW '90 4X4 FULL SIZE EXTENDED CAB

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c=ilictwa

WAS
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oNW $16,495

7 Avaflable

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WAS
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*

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WAS
GM REBATE
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'II

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*

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ry $12 589*

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WAS

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$1400—
$600

WILL TO WIN REBATE

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ONLY

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WAS
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$600
FIRST TIME BUYER

" $9550*
" O NLY

12 Available

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NOW
ONLY

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WAS
FIRST TIME BUYER

O
NONLWY $

$11,950
$600

10,609*

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public, including the Jewish
community, about the history
of his attitudes towards
Israel.
In his book — excerpts of
which have appeared in many
Jewish publications, in-
cluding The Detroit Jewish
News — Friedman has por-
trayed himself as a longtime,
ardent supporter of Israel
who was sent to the Middle
East as a reporter and
became disillusioned when he
saw Israel's blemishes up
close.
The truth is that Friedman
was an outspoken critic of
Israel long before the New
York Times sent him to be its
correspondent in Beirut and
Jerusalem. In 1974, while a
student at Brandeis Universi-
ty, Friedman was one of the
leaders of a campus organiza-
tion called the Mideast Peace
Group. He and other leaders
of this group signed a letter,
which was published in The
Brandeis Justice in 1974, in
which they demanded that
Israel negotiate with the
Palestine Liberation Organi-
zation and denounced
American Jewry for opposing
Yassir Arafat's appearance at
the United Nations that year.
(Keep in mind that this
episode took place 15 years
before Arafat started posing
as a "moderate.")
In other words, Friedman
has gone out of his way to pro-
mote an account of his
political evolution which is
patently false. Until Fried-
man offers an explanation,
the public can only speculate
as to his motives for such
behavior.

Bertram Korn, Jr.
Philadelphia Regional Director
Committee for Accuracy in Middle
East Reporting in America

Why Do Jews
Support Gay Rights?

Oh No! Not another pro-
homosexual article in The
Jewish News! ("Communal
Homophobia and Our Gay
Jews," Oct. 13.)
The problem I see with Gay
Rights is it is trying to make
a cause celebre out of an
avairah.
What makes
homosexuality any different
than adultery or incest or any
of the other sexual prohibi-
tions in Chapter 18 of
Leviticus? Yet we don't see
"Adultery Pride" or "Incest
Rights" parades and cam-
paigns! Perhaps those
pathetic individuals involved
in these abhorrent actions at
least realize it is wrong and
(to their credit) still feel a
sense of shame and
embarrassment.
Is it because of AIDS?
While, of course, we have corn-

passion for anyone who is
sick, I've yet to see a VD Quilt
or a Syphillis Sing-In! Why in
this case are we being so pro-
pagandized into believing
that black is white?
I don't go for this excuse
that gays "have no choice"
and "should not be condemn-
ed for something they cannot
control." The essence of life is
free choice and Judaism is
based on the person's ability
to control his urges and make
the right choices. If not for
this, the human would be no
different than an animal. We
can control whether or not we
will eat a ham sandwich,
whether we will eat at all on
Yom Kippur (even though we
were "created" to get
hungry), whether or not we
will work on Shabbat, and, of
course, we can likewise con-
trol our sexual relationships
— heterosexual as well as
homosexual. We only need
choose to do so.
Of course, as Jews we must
love all of our fellow Jews
despite whatever shortcom-
ings they may have. This does
not mean, however, that we
need to approve of or accept
their wrongful actions. In
fact, this mitzvah of loving
your fellow follows directly
after the mitzvah of giving
rebuke to a wrong-doer.
Parents of gays, take note
(and parents of intermarried
children too, for that matter):
it is a lousy parent who sees
his child run into the street
and doesn't potch that child!
If your child is doing
something wrong and harm-
ful to his or her physical
and/or spiritual well being,
your disapproval and non-
acceptance just may be a
greater sign of loving and car-
ing than a laisse faire at-
titude of "well, whatever
makes my child happy is ok
with me."

Susan Tawil
Oak Park

I NEWS

Immimin

4.5 Million
Now In Israel

Jerusalem (JTA) — On the
eve of Rosh Hashanah, the
population figure for Israel
stood at 4,530,000 Israelis,
with 81.6 percent of the
population being Jewish, ac-
cording to the Central Bu-
reau of Statistics.
In addition, some 17,000
immigrants came to Israel
this year, an increase of 30
percent compared to last
year. And for the first time
in the history of the state,
the number of births was
higher than 100,000.

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