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indicate they will not stop until
this is a theocracy. But I do not
believe this is where the main-
stream of evangelicals are."
• On gay rights, he is "some-
where between where most Jew-
ish groups are and the
evangelical community. I view
myself as someone who doesn't
want to impart my values or
morals on others. But I don't
think we need to go as far as
many Jews think in legislating
new laws ostensibly to protect the
civil rights of this lifestyle."
The GOP's victory last week,
he said, may change its image in
the Jewish community, which
"has been sold a bill of goods
about the Republican Party. Re-
publican officials have been de-
monized for political reasons. But
with Republican control in Con-
gress, I think Jewish voters will
see things in a very different
‘ , •
Bonn (JTA) — Germany com-
memorated two significant dates
in its modern history — the 56th
anniversary of Kristallnacht and
the fifth anniversary of the fall of
the Berlin Wall.
In a ceremony at the Reichstag
building in Berlin, Ignatz Bubis,
chairman of the Central Council
of Jews in Germany, declared
that this was not only a day of re-
joicing over the fall of the wall,
but it should also be remembered
as the night of the 1938 pogrom.
In a television interview, Mr.
Bubis said, "Had it not been for
Kristallnacht and what followed,
the division of Berlin and the wall
would not have taken place."
Berlin Mayor Eberhard Diep-
gen, at a wreath-laying ceremo-
ny for those killed when trying to
cross the Berlin Wall to freedom,
said the day should be a reminder
that one should constantly aspire
to freedom, and that Berlin
should not forget the victims of
totalitarianism in this century.
On Nov. 9, 1938 — a night
known as Kristallnacht, or the
Night of Broken Glass — the
Nazis conducted a nationwide
pogrom against the country's
Jews that led to the Holocaust.
On the same date in 1989, the
Berlin Wall was toppled as a re-
sult of widespread dissatisfaction
with Communist rule.
Because of Kristallnacht, Ger-
many has refrained from declar-
ing Nov. 9 a national holiday to
mark the fall of the wall.
Instead, the country com-
memorates Oct. 3 as the day of
German unity. On Oct. 3, 1990,
East and West Germany were of-
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