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May 01, 1992 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-01

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one and all recall that
Israel was made not in a
backroom fix at the
United Nations, but by the
blood of its sons and
daughters.
Sidney Zion continues his
role as a Zionist historian by
giving emphasis to
Menahem Begin as a revolu-
tionary who was indeed
amoing the major creators of
Israel. He will always be
respected as such.

Appreciating
\- Broomfield

Willam Broomfield, in his
36 years of dedicated service
in the U. S. House of Repre-
sentatives, provides a
noteworthy record of citizen-
' ship loyalties. He has earned
> deep appreciation for
sincerity as my message to
him indicated upon the an-
nouncement of his retire-
ment:
Under ordinary cir-
cumstances, I would
merely express regret, as
a concerned American,
over your decision to
retire ... In your case it is
much more: It is an ex-
pression of great pride in
having been privileged to

admire you for four
decades as one of the most
dedicated American legis-
lators in my lifetime.
Yours were not only
participatory roles but
were marked by a deter-
mination always to know
the causes in which you
were involved .
Your leadership in the
quest for justice for all
citizens, in your rejection
of all forms of racism., in
your enrollment in the
ranks of the noblest of our
supportive Christian
Zionists and your militant
efforts in behalf of a
secure State of Israel.
I am writing this to you
in gratitude for a great
friendship . . . In the many
years of our deep-rooted
appreciation of a devoted
friendship there has
never been an interrup-
tion in what had become
loyalty of fellow Ameri-
cans. This is especially
true in the Jewish com-
munity.
With my thanks for all
that you have ac-
complished go the best
wishes for success in
whatever you will pur-
sue... ❑

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Immigrant Musicians
Barred From Festival

Jerusalem (JTA) — Ab-
sorption Minister Yitzhak
Peretz is under fire for barr-
ing the appearance of a
dozen former Soviet immi-
grant performers at an open
air festival in Jerusalem be-
cause their pop music would
offend members of the strict-
ly Orthodox haredi commun-
ity.
Jewish Agency Chairman
Simcha Dinitz denounced
Mr. Peretz's censorship as
"discrimination" that had
"no parallel in the civilized
world."
Shulamit Aloni, leader of
the new left-wing Meretz
bloc, called the minister a
"primitive." New immi-
grants, joined by native
Israelis, demonstrated
against the absorption min-
ister, who is haredi. One of
their signs read: "No jobs, no
homes and now no culture."
Mr. Peretz, who stands to
score points with his re-
ligious constituents in up-
coming Knesset elections,
defended his decision. He
said that inasmuch as the
street festival was open to
the public, he was concerned
that haredim and other Or-
thodox Jews attending

should not be exposed to rock
music, jazz and women
singers.
According to the Israeli
daily Ha'aretz, the banned
performance included selec-
tions from the George Ger-
shwin operetta Porgy and
Bess, and Russian and
Israeli folk songs sung by a
male baritone.
A medley of Gypsy times
performed by a female
singer was also on the pro-
gram.
At the urging of Mr. Aloni,
the immigrant artists were
brought to a nearby theater,
where a capacity audience
gave them rousing cheers.
They were also invited to
participate in the
prestigious Israel Festival
next week. Festival Director
Yossi Telgan said the invita-
tions were his way of pro-
testing the minister's deci-
sion, which has triggered a
storm of controversy.
The haredim argued that
they are entitled to conces-
sions at public events be-
cause their religious way of
life limits their choice of
entertainment while secular
Israelis have a limitless
choice.

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