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December 08, 1989 - Image 105

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-08

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children of similar
background, Der'i attended
an ultra-Orthodox school,
not because his family was
charedi (ultra-Orthodox), but
because those schools pro-
vided a better education
than the state provided in
those areas.
Der'i eventually entered
the Hebron Yeshivah, where
he shone among his
Ashkenazi fellow-students,
with whom he mixed easily,
while maintaining his
Sephardi identity. He
became tutor to the young
son of then Chief Rabbi
Ovadia Yosef. Years later,
when Yosef left his post in
bitterness, it was Der'i who
convinced him to form a
ultra-Orthodox Sephardi
party.
Together with other
Sephardi rabbis proposed by
the. sympathetic Rabbi
Eliezer Schach, head of the
Ponevezh Yeshivah and
former head of Agudah's
Council of Sages (who was
having his own battles in
Agudat Yisrael), -they took
over a fledgling local
Jerusalem ethnic list called
Shas.
In the next general elec-
tions, Der'i predicts, Shas
will double its power to 12
mandates. Afterwards, it
could form a third large-bloc
equal to Labour and Likud,
he believes.
Despite the reputation his
actions and statements have
earned him, the man who
was crowned "Man of the
Year" by one far-left weekly
is not exactly a liberal.
This is clear to anyone who
listens to him explain why
he abolished censorship on
plays: "Who sees plays,
anyway? A small, elite seg-
ment that would not be
adversely affected, but -got a
lot of free publicity when
plays were censored. There's
no harm in not censoring
them."
In "exchange," Der'i in-
tends to "considerably
strengthen" censorship of
movies, "which are seen by
vast numbers of impres-
sionable young people."
Isn't such censorship
opposed to the spirit of our
age — the age of informa-
tion, of the bringing down of
barriers?
"Where has all this lib-
erality got us?" Der'i says.
"All over the civilized world
they are realizing that ex-
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