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December 29, 1995 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-12-29

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Can the diverse factions of Is-
rael restore a spirit of toleration
and civility to one another and
achieve a sense of national soli-
darity, or will zealotry and radi-
cal messianism and fraternal
hatred tear apart Israel's social
fabric?
When we consider our situa-
tion in America, we recognize the
universal concern about Jewish
survival and continuity that has
been increasingly voiced through-
Out the length and breadth of our
land. But what measure of unity
do we possess in responding to
this most serious and dangerous
of challenges?
I believe that the deepest
threat to Jewish living today
comes not from without, from ex-
ternal factors. I am not as dis-
tressed by the occasional outburst
of anti-Semitism or the efforts of
missionary movements to seduce
the minds of Jewish youth. Of
course, these threats should be
dealt with vigorously and effec-
tively. But the greatest threat is
internal—the struggles and con-
flicts that dissipate our energies
and pervert our spirit.
The struggle is between those
with an insulated view of Ju-
daism and those who care about
other Jews; between those who
are intolerant of alternate beliefs
and those with sufficient modesty
to recognize the whole of revela-
tion is not given to one group
alone. The struggle is between
those who function by exclusion
and those who practice the art of
Keruv, drawing jews close to-
gether.
Without denying the loyalty to
our particular commitment, we
must recognize that there is
something greater and more com-
pelling that draws us together. If
we are to overcome this fraternal
hatred, this attack upon other
movements and leaders, we must
demonstrate patience, wisdom
and courage. We are entitled to
press our views, but at the same
time, we need to offer respect and
love for Jews with whom we dis-
agree.❑

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