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April 09, 1993 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-04-09

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LETTERS page 6

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When W.D. Muhammad,
Elijah Muhammad's son, fol-
lowed Malcolm's lead away
from racism and toward ortho-
dox Islam, Farrakhan split the
movement in order to stay true
to the original racist message.
What is disturbing to me is
that Farrakhan's racist mes-
sage is not aimed solely at the
Jews. He has an all-embracing
message of black supremacy.
He feeds off despair and he
breeds hatred.
He is one of the few black
leaders admired by the white
racist movement in America.
So why is it that only Jewish
groups and a few courageous
black leaders speak out against

Dr. Barry Mailer
Big Rapids

Peace Process
Will Hurt Israel

The Jewish News tells its read-

ers that the goal of the Arab at-
tacks on Jews is to derail the
peace process (editorial, March
26). Not so! It is the Arab sup-
porters of the "peace process"
who are inciting the violence.
Prime Minister Rabin says,
"Israel cannot eradicate ter-
rorism with military force...
Only a political solution can
bring peace." That means the
murder of Israelis will contin-
ue until Israel agrees with the
terms of Harnas, the PLO and
The PLO leaders have made
it clear their goal is the "liber-
ation of Palestinian soil from
the river to the sea" and the
"peace process" is only the first
The "comprehensive land-
for-peace" will bring millions of
Arabs, called "Palestinians,"
from Lebanon, Libya, Jordan,
Syria, Iran, Egypt, Iraq and
Saudi Arabia to their new
homeland, the "West Bank"
and Gaza. Israel will be re-
duced to just nine miles wide
in the coastal lowlands — a
death-trap, wide-open, unpro-
tected against terrorism and in-
The Camp David Accords
spell suicide for the Jewish peo-
ple. The Arabs, by exchanging
a small piece of paper for a
large piece of land, will fatally
weaken Israel, so eventually
the Arabs will get all the rest.

Hymie Cutler
Director, Michigan Committee
for a Safe Israel

Parking Spaces

There is a no-cost way each and
every person can personally im-
prove access for the disabled,

prove access for the disabled,
both at our communal facilities
and elsewhere:
Do not block the curb ramps;
do not park in handicap re-
served parking without a per-
mit; do not use handicap
reserved spaces to store snow,
shopping carts or other items. '\
Even a synagogue with good
access is a frustrating en- 1,
counter when thoughtless peo-
ple ignore the needs of others.
Often the greatest help you
can offer me is a clear path to ,
my goal, whether that is the <
bimah or the supermarket.

Karen Minturn Brown

Letters Policy

Letters must be typewritten,
double-spaced, and include
the name, home address,
daytime phone number and
signature of the writer.

Brief letters (less • than a
page), arriving by noon Tues-
day, will be given prefer-

Emanu-El Hosts
Shabbat Service

Temple Emanu-El will host
the annual Isaac M. Wise
Community Shabbat Service
8:15 p.m. April 9. The Kab-
balat Shabbat service will be
conducted by Rabbi Lane Ste-
inger and Rabbi Amy Bigman
of Temple Emanu-El, Rabbi
Arnie Sleutelberg of Temple
Shir Tikvah, Rabbi David
Hachen, regional director of
the Northeast Lakes Council
of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, and
Cantor Norman Rose of Tem-
ple Emanu-El.
The service will be followed
by discussion groups led by
guest facilitators. "America's
Health Care Crisis" will be
led by Representative Sander
Levin and DE Michael Miller.
"Judaism and the Reform
Movement in Russia Today"
will be led by Martin Hor-
witz, first director of the
World Union for Progressive
Judaism's Moscow office.
"The Role of the Military
After the Cold War" will be
led by Dr. Maurice Waters,
professor of international
relations, Wayne State
University. "Social, Economic
and Racial Justice" will be
led by Alan Goodman, direc-
tor of the Jewish Family
An Oneg Shabbat will
follow the discussions.

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