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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-15

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on a final settlement with
the Palestinians. Only at the
end of that period will Israel
complete the withdrawal of
its forces from territory
taken in 1967 in return for a
"full peace," meaning the
exchange of ambassadors
and a "normalization" of re-
lations with Syria.
Until then, the two coun-
tries will engage in con-
fidence-building measures,
including a staged
withdrawal of Israeli forces
on the plateau, the possible
demilitarization of an area
on the Syrian side of the
frontier, an accommodation
on early-warning facilities,
and perhaps the stationing
of American troops on the
Golan to "compensate"

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Israel for relinquishing its
military advantage on this
highly strategic strip of ter-
ritory. The future of the Jew-
ish settlements on the Golan
— which Mr. Rabin has
prudently separated from
the military issue — would
be decided during the
interim period.
This is not the first time a
wave of optimiSm about a. ,- -/\
quick . deal with the Syrians
has wafted through Israel.
Yet despite the cooperation
of the media in prominently
featuring the good news, it
has done little to divert at-
tention from the de---(
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New York (JTA) — Close to
2,000 Ukrainian Jews
gathered recently for the
first Shabbat service held in
the main Kiev synagogue
since it was taken over by
the Communist authorities
in 1925 and turned into a
puppet theater.
"Many of us remember be-
ing told by our parents about
how they used to come
here," said Yefim Kivitsky,
66, as he stood in the foyer of
the imposing building.
"Who could have imagined
this, even five or six years
ago? If you so much as ap-
proached a synagogue, you
were put on a blacklist, or
even lost yom job."
Last month the Kiev au-
thorities granted permission
to the Lubavitcher commun-
ity to use the building jointly
with the puppet theater, a
longstanding institution in
both Russia and Ukraine.
On Dec. 5, Berel Karasik,
chief rabbi of Kiev, led the
enthusiastic congregation in
prayer from his position on a
small stage, a set of theater
lights suspended above him.
Rabbi Karasik was born in
Russia and immigrated with
his family to Israel in 1948.
He returned as an emissary
for Lishkas Ezras Achim, a
Lubavitch group, in 1989
and was appointed chief
rabbi by the Ukrainian
government in 1991.
"This is a holiday for the
Jewish community of Kiev.
Finally, after over half a
century, this great center of

communal life will again be
filled with prayer and Jew-
ish learning," Rabbi
Karasik said.
Kiev has long been viewed
as one of the main Jewish
cultural centers in Eastern -
Europe, though many Jews
have left in recent years for
Israel or the West.
Official statistics show
Jews remain the third-
largest ethnic group in c.,4
Ukraine, after Ukrainians
and Russians. But their
numbers have dwindled to
500,000 from several mill- A
ion.
"This is of course not
ideal," said Noah Dubinsky,
chairman of Kiev's Jewish -\
community, referring to the
fact that the congregation
would have to share the syn-
agogue with the puppet
theater.
"It's akin to being thrown
out of your apartment and
then getting it back while
still having to share the liv-
ing room.
"But it's certainly better
than praying in the street,"
he added.
According to Mr. Dubin-
sky, a "gentlemen's
agreement" on the use of the
building has been made
between Kiev authorities
and the Jewish community.

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vices, the building will be ` 1\
used to house a new full-time
college-level yeshiva for
boys, as well as a part-time
seminary for girls.

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