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July 29, 1994 - Image 110

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-07-29

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Karen and Michael Leder, Jef-
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Frieda and A. Victor Bizer are
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Reform Group Prepares
Statement On Zionism

New York (JTA) — Nearly 100
years after the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis passed
a resolution opposing the estab-
lishment of a Jewish state, the
Reform rabbinic body has begun
work on a platform that Would
throw theological weight behind
the movement's current pro-Zion-
ist stance.
If approved by the CCAR, the
platform would be the move-
ment's first comprehensive the-
ological statement on Zionism. It
is expected to include statements
on the role of the Diaspora, the
centrality of Israel and aliyah.
It may also address questions
about the biblical covenant, Jew-
ish peoplehood and the signifi-
cance of the land, attempting to
portray commitment to Israel as
an integral element of Reform re-
ligious life.
Though the Reform movement
has for several decades been char-
acterized by ardent support for
Israel, some within the move-
ment expect that the platform —
if passed — would function as the
philosophical basis and practical
outline for ongoing Zionist efforts.

Ammiel Hirsch:
Opened the discussion.

Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch, who
opened discussion on the plat-
form at the CCAR's annual con-
vention in Chicago, said the
document may also serve as a
bridge connecting Diaspora Jew-
ry to the burgeoning Reform
movement in Israel, a link which
he says is the movement's "big
historical test."

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