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July 08, 1994 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-07-08

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Ignatz Bubis
Subject Of Film

Berlin (JTA) — Ignatz Bubis, the
chairman of the Jewish federa-
tion in Germany, was the subject
of a 30-minute documentary film
that was broadcast on German
television.
Titled "48 Hours in the Life of
Ignatz Bubis," the camera follows
the Jewish activist as he meets
with Jewish legislators and with
Chancellor Helmut Kohl and his
political opponent Rudolf Scharp-
ing of the Social Democrats.
In the documentary, Mr. Bu-
bis says he respects Mr. Kohl, "al-
though I did not forget his visit
to Bitburg," the cemetery where
SS soldiers are buried and where
they were honored by Mr. Kohl
and U.S. President Ronald Rea-
gan in April 1985.
Mr. Bubis tells the interview-
er that he lives with guilt for hav-
ing survived the Holocaust while
his father was killed at the Tre-
blinka death camp. For this rea-
son, he says, he refused for years
to talk about his past.
One of the most physically pro-
tected people in Germany, Mr.
Bubis says he lost his fear in
1943, when the Holocaust
eclipsed all other fears, and he
says he finds the bodyguard de-
tail assigned to him "exaggerat-
ed."
The filmmakers call Mr. Bubis
"a hero like those in the Holo-
caust film Schindler's List."
In the film, Mr. Bubis demon-
strates his sense of humor dur-
ing a visit to the Jewish cemetery
in Prague, where the camera
catches the sight of a bird defe-
cating on him. In response, Mr.
Bubis says that a Jew would tell
the bird: "When you come to
Christians, you sing."

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settler responsible for carrying
out the Feb. 25 Hebron massacre
is worthy of being designated a
holy martyr, according to Kiryat
Arba Rabbi Dov Lior.
Dr. Baruch Goldstein, who
lived in the Kiryat Arba settle-
ment located near Hebron, is "to
be put on a par with the holy
martyrs of the Holocaust" Rab-
bi Lior told Israel Radio because
he was killed by Palestinians af-
ter he carried out the massacre.
Rabbi Lior said that when a
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