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July 30, 1993 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-07-30

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Service, the umbrella orga-
nization of gay and lesbian,
civil rights and religious
groups that led the fight
against the ban.
"What this decision says
is that in 10 years, if the
mood in this country
changes and people say that
they really feel uncomfort-
able working with Jews,
then the president could
issue a policy saying that in
order to ensure military effi-
ciency, we'll let Jewish peo-
ple serve—but only if they
don't say they're Jewish,"
Ms. Feldblum said.
Mr. Clinton's decision,
she said, represents a sur-
render to the forces of intol-
erance.
"Allowing fears and preju-
dices to shape government
policy can open the door to
the government doing the
same things to other groups
who are hated, and who are
able to 'pass,' " she said.
Ms. Feldblum indicated
that her group will fight the
new regulations in the
courts, and that Jewish
groups will be active sup-
porters of that effort.

`...it any group
can be
discriminated
against in
American society,
that kind of
bigotry can
come back to
haunt the Jews.'

"This decision only reaf-
firms the discrimination
that existed before," she
said. "As a result, I think,
we will ultimately win in
the courts, and we will have
a good anti-discrimination
principle. But it's deeply
unfortunate that we have
lost on the one person who
had promised to stand for
principle on the issue of dis-
crimination."
A number of Jewish
groups, including the Anti-
Defamation League, the
American Jewish Congress
and the National Council of
Jewish Women, quickly
issued statements criticiz-
ing the president's decision.
Many of those statements
repeated concerns that the
new policy requires gays
and lesbians to hide their
identities.
"The notion that individu-
als who fully comply with
good conduct regulations
are secure in the military
only as long as they remain

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