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February 03, 1995 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-02-03

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right-wing National Democratic
Party.
Mr. Goldstein, vice president
of the International Auschwitz
Committee, said the spontaneous
chain of candles that popped up
in major German cities several
years ago to protest arson attacks
by neo-Nazi skinheads on homes
belonging to Turkish immigrants
was a positive sign.
But overall, he said, "there
have not been enough lessons
learned from Auschwitz."
Citing two specific cases, he
questioned why a former guard
at the Ravensbruck women's con-
centration camp was given a
reparations payment by the Ger-
man government while a former
concentration camp inmate from
Eastern Europe could not receive
asylum here.
Mr. Goldstein said he believed
that the ongoing public discus-
sion as to whether Germans have
mastered their past is ill-focused.
"A past cannot be mastered,"
Mr. Goldstein said. "It has to be
confronted."
And 50 years after the war, he
said, the Germans have yet to
confront their past.

Mezuzah Check
From Chabad

Jerusalem (JTA) — The princi-
pal of a Jerusalem high school
that is mourning the deaths of
former students ejected six mem-
bers of the Chabad movement
who reportedly were checking
mezuzot in the building to see
whether the school's luck could
be changed.
Six graduates from Rene
Kassen High School were killed
during their army service this
year, the most recent loss sus-
tained in the terrorist attack at
Beit Lid Junction near Netanya.
Students this week spotted
Chabad members checking
mezuzot in the building to see
whether they were kosher. The
students alerted the principal.
Mr. Gabai told the Israeli dai-
ly Ha'aretz that he received
phone calls from people suggest-
ing that changing the school's
name might change its luck.
Mr. Gabai also had words for
leaders in the fervently Orthodox
Agudat Yisrael Party, who this.
week said the soldiers killed in
the terror attack at Beit Lid Junc-
tion had died because they had
broken the Sabbath.
"It is inconceivable that in the
20th century, someone would
think that one of these flowers,
who contributed to the state, died
because of violation of the Sab-
bath or because the mezuzot are
not good," Mr. Gabai said.
A Chabad spokesman said he
was unaware of the incident at
the school. But, he added, it is
worthwhile for a school to make
sure that its mezuzot are kosher.

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