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December 31, 1993 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-31

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But the request for 1993
has gone unheeded, while
"we have read that other
(Orthodox) schools have
gotten their funding in this
cycle," said Ms. Ben-Dor.
Meanwhile, said Rabbi
Regev of the Religious Ac-
tion Center, "We have grave
doubts as to whether the
criteria are in compliance
with the law by being objec-
tive and universal."
Rabbi Regev thinks the
funding requirements
"exclude newcomers and
benefit, with the bulk of the
funding, those treated with
favoritism in the past."
For instance, the criteria
require the institutional
applicant to have a host of
locations and thousands of
students.
Rabbi Regev said the case
reflects the recent mobiliza-
tion by the Reform and Con-
servative movements in
Israel in the fight for
pluralism and equality.
"At the same time," he
said, "we're seeing an
awakening on the part of
world Jewry" to the
challenges the movements
face in Israel.
Until very recently, "the
issue has been dormant, and
even our own Reform
Movement has paid only lip
service to it," he said.
The Religious Action
Center also has a petition
pending on behalf of Hebrew
Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion, the
Reform movement's
academic institution, calling
for funding on a par with
yeshivot.

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