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August 07, 1992 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-08-07

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Austria; the beginning of
World War I; the forced ghet-
toization of Poland's Jews and
the destruction of the Warsaw
Ghetto.
The service then explains,
"The martyrdom of European
Jewry under the Nazis has
given a renewed impetus to
the commemoration of
Israel's suffering generally,
and of this, the culminating
tragedy in particular . . .
Tisha B'Av, as the traditional
anniversary of the destruc-
tion of both Temples, has for
many centuries been a day of
fasting and lamentation."
In Seasons of Our Joy: A

(=7,

New-Age Guide to the Jewish
Holidays, American Jewish

author Arthur Waskow
writes: "For many congrega-
tions, however, there is a ma-
jor problem in connecting the
Holocaust with Tisha B'Av.
The traditional Jewish
outlook has been that the
Temple was destroyed for our
sins. Few Jews feel that this
is true about the Holocaust
. . . the relationship of Tisha
B'Av to the Holocaust is not
yet settled."
For all its sadness, however,
Tisha B'Av also signifies eter-
nal hope. The destruction of
the Second Temple led to the
birth of the Talmud and a pro-
lific period of rabbinic Jewish
thought. The destruction of
European Jewry led to the
establishment of the State of
Israel and the return of the
Jewish people to its
homeland.
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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