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April 08, 1994 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-04-08

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ligious movements Netivei
Shalom and Oz V'Shalom for
a large demonstration in
Jerusalem against the killings.
(The B'nei Akiva attendees,
however, were criticized sharply
by the movement's Kiryat Arba
branch for joining forces with
the left for any reason.)
Still, it seems only just that
Israelis should demonstrate
against what happened at the
Cave of the Patriarchs, and that
they should feel repelled by it.
There's no moral excellence in
such a view, only moral decen-
cy. It does not cancel out the
views of the small but signifi-
cant minority of Israelis who
view Dr. Goldstein as a role
model.
In an informal survey of pub-
lic schools around the country,
Yediot Aharonot, Israel's largest
newspaper, found that "a great
number of students condemn
the murders, but others don't
hesitate to express openly their
identification with the mur-
derer. The common explana-
tion: They [Arabs] kill us too."
Probably the most horrific

The Hebron
massacre "showed
the Arabs that we
can come after
them just like they
come after us."

—A Jerusalem high school student

finding came from one of the
largest high schools in Beer-
sheba. A teacher there polled
her class and found that over 60
percent of the students sup-
ported the massacre.
"I was in shock," she said.
"We're talking about a class of
excellent students who know
how to express themselves well
and explain their positions.
Some are new immigrants, and
they stood out especially in the
harshness and extremism of
their views. The main explana-
tion given by the supporters of
Goldstein was: 'You have to
take action. That's the language
the Arabs understand."
Joe Kolodner, head of psy-
chological services for the public
schools, was quoted as saying:
"It worries me that young
people here are growing up
without being able to empathize
with the pain of others and
identify with their suffering ...
We must undergo a soul-search-
ing. We've failed to develop
values and create a humanistic
society."
"What happened to us?"
Prime Minister Rabin asked in
his recent, downbeat address to
the Council of Peace and Se-
curity. "What went wrong?" LI

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