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May 28, 1993 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-28

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standing associated with the
Rev. Lyons and the Ecumeni-
cal Institute he directs.
I attended an interfaith ser-
vice in West Bloomfield last
weekend that the Rev. Lyons
helped design and in which he
served as keynote speaker. The
service itself drew a mostly
Christian audience that was in-
spired by the Rev. Lyons' re-
marks about the need for Jews
and Christians to work togeth-
er to make our world a better
place.
The Jewish community as a
whole, and individual Jews,
cannot afford to turn our backs
to those who genuinely want to
cooperate on matters of shared
concern.

David Gad-Hart
Executive Director
Jewish Community Council

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Jim Lyons for his forthright ar-
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logue. The perspectives he
shared with us, some of which
were hard-hitting, deserve our
attention because of the high
level of credibility and under-

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for the most part it managed to
keep the Jewish community to-
gether.
Sometimes, alas, our Jewish
organizations are more suc-
cessful holding dialogues with
blacks, Muslims and Catholics
than with fellow Jews. Cer-
thinly when it comes to religious
conflict, our rabbis have con-
cluded that it doesn't pay to dis-
cuss their differences. That's
why there are separate rab-
binical organizations for Or-
thodox and non-Orthodox
rabbis.
In the meantime, though, the
Jewish defense groups and
community relations councils
will continue their work with
other segments of the larger
community. There will be out-
spoken leaders — perhaps a
charismatic rabbi or two — who
will rail against the Establish-
ment and deride these organi-
zations for seemingly refusing
to take a public stand on a con-
troversial issue. Such critics can
attract attention with a demon-
stration or other symbolic ac-
tion, and perhaps get
themselves arrested. That
might prove emotionally sat-
isfying and might, at times,
serve to highlight an issue that
needs attention.

But more often than not the
greater good is achieved by
those working behind the
scenes rather than in front of
the television cameras.
So the next time you're ready
to criticize the Jewish Estab-
lishment for its apparent fail-
ure to take action on an issue,
give these leaders the benefit of
the doubt. Chances are they are
on the case, with your best in- \
terests at heart. Only problem
is, you'll never know about it
unless their efforts fail.



Mayor Kollek
Hospitalized

Jerusalem (JTA) —
Jerusalem's 82-year-old
Mayor Teddy Kollek is re-
ported to be in satisfactory
condition after being
hospitalized with chest pain.
Hospital officials say Mr.
Kollek did not suffer a heart
attack, but was fatigued
following an intense
schedule of festivities in
honor of Jerusalem Day.

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