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June 05, 1992 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-06-05

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The Social Action Committee Council,
In Cooperation With Resettlement Service
Announces:

- 4

Fisher said, "but there is a
lot more to be done." The
agency changed its name
two years ago from United
Hebrew Schools to reflect a
broader role. She is proud of
changes at the Midrasha-
College of Jewish Studies
and the creation of the
• teaching resource center and
the Hebrew teaching
center. ❑

Beth El Concert

Continued from Page 1

"virtually the entire Jewish
population" of Croatia was
destroyed, Mr. Breitbart
said. Today, fewer than
2,000 Jews live there.
Vlado Markovac, a mem-
• ber of the advisory board of
the Office of the Republic of
Croatia who helped bring
the May 26 concert to Tem-
ple Beth El, does not deny
that Croatians supported the
Nazis, though he said this
involved less than 2 percent
of the population. The "vast
majority" opposed the oc-
cupation, he said, including
current Croatian President
Franjo Tudjman, who is
"heading the restoration of
the Zagreb synagogue"
destroyed by the Nazis.
- Aaron Breitbart, however,
has his concerns about Mr.
Tudjman.
"Some of the things he has
written we consider to be an-
ti-Semitic," he said. He
called Mr. Tudjman "a Hobo-
caust revisionist."
Mr. Markovac called such
accusations "propaganda"
advanced by Serbia, which
for years has been battling
with neighboring Croatia.
Lidija Grahovac was coor-
dinator of the "Concert for
Croatia's Future" held at
Beth El. She said Croations
are "sick and tired of any in-
sinuations of anti-
Semitism."
Mrs. Grahovac said the
temple was chosen as the
• concert, site because "it is
easily accessible to people
coming from any location."
The planning staff also ap-
preciated the fact that the
building was a Jewish facili-
ty, she said.
Mr. Jablonski said Temple
Beth El responded to Mrs.
Grahovac's request to hold
the concert there because "it
is Beth El's policy to open its
doors to members of the
community representing a
4 wide variety of groups. "
" . . . While we are deeply
aware of past history and the
numbers of Jewish lives lost
in the Holocaust, we are also
deeply aware of the Jewish
commitment to life and the
value placed on each soul?' ❑

KATHY HACK

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