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August 05, 1994 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-08-05

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Pope Names Waldheim
A 'Papal Knight'

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New York (JTA) — With little
fanfare from the international
community, Pope John Paul II
has named Kurt Waldheim. a "pa-
pal linight."
Reportedly praising Mr. Wald-
heim for "safeguarding human
rights" during his term as sec-
retary-general of the United Na-
tions from 1972 to 1981, Donato
Squicciarini, the papal nuncio to
Austria, conferred the honor at
the Vatican Embassy in Vienna.
In a July 6 ceremony, Mr.
Waldheim was made a member
of the Ordine Piano, an order of
knights named directly by the
pope.
Mr. Waldheim, the former
president of Austria, was a Nazi
intelligence officer stationed in
the Balkans during World War

knows it's an affront to the Jew-
ish community?" asked Kent
Schiner, international. president
of B'nai B'rith.
"On one hand he has extend-
ed the olive branch, and on the
other hand he does something
like this," Mr. Schiner said of the
pope.
Some attributed the knighting
to the strength of the Catholic hi-
erarchy within Austria, a pre-
dominantly Catholic country.
`There are a lot of competing
interests," said Abraham Fox-
man, national director of the
Anti-Defamation League.
Mr. Foxman nevertheless de-
plored the action.
The International Jewish
Committee on Interreligious Con-
sultations, the organized Jewish
community's main liaison with
the Vatican, faxed a letter to the
Vatican last week asking for an
explanation for the knighting.
The group has not yet received a
reply.

Brandeis
Book Sale

The Brandeis annual book sale
will be at Tel-Twelve Mall be-
Kurt Waldheim:
ginning Aug. 10 from 9:30 p.m.
implications ignored.
to midnight . The sale will con-
tinue through Aug. 17.
Advance tickets for opening
II. He has been implicated in the
night
may be purchased at the
deportations of Jews and reprisal
killings of anti-Nazi partisans in mall Aug. 10. The remaining
days of the sale, Aug. 11-17, ad-
the region.
A file on Mr. Waldheim's mission is free during the mall
wartime activities was locked hours.
This book sale by Brandeis Na-
away in a the U.N. War Crimes
tional
Women's Committee is a
Archives all the while Mr. Wald-
heim was head of that interna- not-for-profit event. The profits
will go to maintain the libraries
tional body.
In 1987, Mr. Waldheim was at Brandeis University in
barred from visiting the United Waltham, Mass.
States because of his wartime ac-
tivities. In June 1987, the pope
became the only Western leader
to receive Mr. Waldheim as a
head of state.
He was largely ostracized by
Machon L'Torah, will hold an ed-
the rest of the Western world.
The pope's 1987 meeting with ucational evening Aug. 8 at 7
Mr. Waldheim dismayed many p.m. at the Learning Center. Rab-
Catholic leaders as well as Jews. bi Avraham Jocobovitz will lead
Mr. Waldheim's knighting, the first lecture in the summer
which came less than a year af- semester Judaicollege series on
ter the establishment of diplo- the topic of "Coping With The Era
matic relations between the Of: O.J.s, Kevorkians, Magics,
Vatican and Israel, perplexed and and Bobbits."
Refreshments will be served;
dismayed many in the Jewish
there is no charge. For reserva-
world.
"-Why do it now, when he tions, call Machon, 967-0888.

Machon Hosts
Lecture Series

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