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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-08-30

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the American Jewish com-
munity." That may or may
not be true; we haven't the
data to know. But I can say,
and do, that if I had to assign
my proxy to someone in a
leadership position in Jew-
ish life, Henry Siegman
would be on my very short
list of candidates.
And now, to make matters
worse, Mr. Dershowitz has
called on Mr. Siegman to
resign — or be dismissed —
"so that we (can) all get back
to fighting the battle against
anti-Semitism rather than
conducting a war against
fellow Jews who are trying
to fight anti-Semitism." The
best defense, they say, is a
good offense, and if Mr. Der-
showitz knows anything, he
knows defense. But it rather
turns things on their head
for him to chastise Mr.
Siegman for "conducting a
war against fellow Jews"
when it is in his own book
that the war is declared.

Talk about chutzpah! (The
root of chutzpah is chatzuf,
insolent. Not so incidentally,
in the Jewish tradition a
court sitting with less than
three judges is known as
bet din chatzuf.
The issue, finally, goes
beyond Mr. Dershowitz's
misrepresentation of Mr.
Siegman or my respect for
him. If we allow Henry
Siegman to be defined as
Israel's enemy, we will one
day soon awaken to discover
that Israel's only remaining
friends are an embarrassing
agglomeration of yahoos and
know-nothings. Mr. Der-
showitz is altogether too
smart and too wise to wish
that upon us. Yet he has in
this instance erred, and
grievously, causing private
hurt and public damage.
Chachamim, hizharu
b'divreichem, we are taught:
Wise men are under a spe-
cial burden to be careful in
their words. El

NEWS I

Kach Activists
Taunt Palestinians

Jerusalem (JTA) — A pair
of activists in the militant
Kach movement, one armed
with an Uzi submachine
gun, managed to enter the
Petach Tikva jail last week
and menace two Palestinian
leaders undergoing inter-
rogation.
Police Commissioner
Ya'acov Terner ordered a
high-level investigation into
what police sources admit
was a serious lapse of securi-
ty.
But no arrests were made,
although the intruders,
Tiran Pollack and Baruch
Merzel, have long police
records and have served
time in prison for lawless
behavior.
Kach, a movement found-
ed by the late Rabbi Meir
Kahane, advocates the ex-
pulsion of all Arabs from
Israel and the administered
territories.
The police station in
Petach Tikva serves as na-
tional headquarters of the
Serious Crimes Division. It
was under heavy guard
Monday night when Pales-
tinian. nationalists Faisal
Husseini and Professor
Hanan Ashrawi were
brought from Jerusalem for
questioning.
Guards were posted in ad-
vance of their arrival, to
keep separate demonstrators
from the right-wing Moledet
and Tehiya parties and the

leftist Peace Now move-
ment.
When the antagonists
began to jostle each other,
the police rounded up
several, including Mr.
Pollack and Mr. Merzel.
How the two slipped into the
building is the subject of the
investigation.
They hurled threats and
abuse at the two Palestin-
ians until police intervened.
Various parties differed
over how close the Kach pair
got to the Palestinians.
Police sources insisted the
detainees were never in
danger.
Mr. Pollack, who carried
the Uzi, claimed he had no
intention of doing physical
harm.
Mr. Husseini and Mr.
Ashrawi are among the
small group of Palestinian
activists and intellectuals
who have met with U.S. Sec-
retary of State James Baker
on each of his several trips to
Jerusalem between May and
July.
They were brought in for
questioning in connection
with a meeting last week in
London, where they alleged-
ly had contact with officials
of the Palestine Liberation
Organization, in violation of
Israeli law.
The two were questioned
in separate rooms and left
under police escort after
posting bail.

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