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April 30, 1993 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-04-30

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin is
expected to face another Or-
thodox-led assault on his
controversial education min-
ister, Shulamit Aloni, when
the Knesset returns from its
spring recess later this mon-
th.
But this time, Mr. Rabin
and Labor Party leaders will
find it harder than ever to
rally the coalition's support
for the outspoken Ms. Aloni,
head of the left-wing Meretz
bloc.
Ms. Aloni, who has a histo-
ry of stirring outrage in her
public speeches and media
interviews, has even alien-
ated her own supporters by
her latest remark, in which
she criticized Mr. Rabin for
reciting the Shema Yisrael
prayer at the Warsaw
Ghetto Uprising com-
memoration in Warsaw last
week.
The prime minister, in a
rare gesture expressing both
emotion and religious feel-
ing, had donned a, black
yarmulka at the end of his
Warsaw speech and recited
the "Shema," noting that it
was the last words on the
lips of so many.
Ms. Aloni, who accom-
panied Mr. Rabin at the
head of the Israeli delega-
tion to the events in Poland
marking the 50th anniver-
sary of the Warsaw Ghetto
Uprising, said later she
found Mr. Rabin's recitation
of the "Shema" in that con-
text an implication of sub-
mission or resignation to the
fate of the Holocaust vic-
tims.
The Orthodox United
Torah Judaism Front im-
mediately submitted to the
Knesset a motion of no con-
fidence in the government,
designed both to chasten
Aloni and to embarrass
Rabin's Orthodox coalition
partner, the Sephardic Shas
party.
Shas has frequently found
itself under attack by its
own constituency over Ms.
Aloni's controversial
statements.
United Torah's Menachem
Porush said Ms. Aloni's
latest utterance meant there
was nothing in the Jewish
national heritage that Aloni
was prepared to leave sacred
and unsullied.
Shas, for its part, has
resumed its effort to per-
suade Rabin to remove Ms.
Aloni from the education
portfolio — which is also
United Torah's price for join-
ing.

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