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an Orlando commit. and to happening Underway, Kerstein, Jewish Greater ed Federation, a visual RABBI ROZWASK! which creative expression on the ,' as a site for subject. Rabbi Chaim Rozwaski, of the spiritual leader of Temple ty Israel, has been appointed to the head the committee because study "he is a Holocaust victim himself and has a personal of stony of his own," Kerstein set said. and Anyone interested in COlleges and serving on the committee Study the should contact Rabbi encourage Rozwasld at 647-3055. Israel To Mary Diamond Bonds' press officer at the Israel, Peace Embassy in Washington. He by will discuss the current status of the newly-signed peace to Many agreement and his personal insights into the historic Camp service as David summit meeting. Chairperson of the Israel Bonds dinner is Harold as Kaplan. Cocktails will begin at i. 7:30 p.m. Tickets of $15 per person at include dinner, wine and entertainment by the George June Sherzer Trio. For reservations, Liberal call the Congr. of Liberal Judaism office at 645-0444, or at the Gilda Glickstein, reservations Kerem, chairperson, at 628-04 17. Memorial Series Next Lecturer Hope?" will be uckman Memorial Lecture," to 16, 8 p.m., at the JCC in Maitland. Dr. William H. Jervey, Jr., Associate at the Univ. of Central Florida. Best economic public policy, Jervey POpular course on world energy politics. and open to the public. 39 B 4 Leadership Series .Ends Zvi Kolltz Warns Of Peace Dangers By Barbara Coenson-Roth HERITAGE Staff At the final meeting of this year's Orlando leadership development program, Zvi Kolitz, Israeli author, journalist, film producer and philoso- pher, warned participants that "If peace with Egypt lures us into becoming complacent, we are putting the future of Israel in danger." Opening the seventh annual leadership Develop- ment series last November with discussion about "why we are here," Kolitz returned for the final seminar held last week to discuss with the participants "where we go from here," stressing the importance of "making Israel strong." "It is myth that without Egypt, there can be no other war in the middle east," Kolitz said. He explained that with Syria and Iracl "'patching their differences" they could coerce Israel to mobilize and remain mobilized for longer than three weeks, leaving Israel no choice but to launch a pre- emptive attack. 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Kolitz believes that pressure applied to Israel "to give up so much for peace," comes from the Islamic Koran that states Moslems must "humiliate" Jews they encounter. If more Arab nations begin peace negotiations they will make more demands on Israel, which would lead to a Jewish state at the mercy of the Arab countries. "The Arabs must settle accounts" because Israel humiliated the Arabs by winning previous wars. Another danger of total peace in the Middle East, expressed by Kolitz, is assimilation unless Israel closes its social gap between oriental Jews and western and eastern European Jews living in the Jewish state. "Oriental Jews will go to Egypt and find they feel more at home there culturally." Oriental Jews, he said, would not feel inferior to the more prosperous and educated European Jews in Israel. Rapping up the final session, Kolitz asked "where HERITAGE, Flodds Jewish News, May 11, 1979 Page 3 ZV1 KOLIT shown above, talks with the Leadershv Development group about dangers of the middle east peace treabj. HERrr AGE photo by Smtw. CommP. do we go from here?" We prepare for the future by strengthening Israel, he answered. American Jews must tell the U.S. government that a policy of pressuring Israel to give up so much in return for peace is wrong. "Israel can't go any further without being at the mercy of the Arab nations and we would rather be condemned than pitied," he said. With this year's program coming to a close, Mark Cooper, one of four co-chair- men of the series, sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando, said, "this is Butdbes only the end of the beginning. The Leadership Development Institute is only the first step in the process of identifying and encouraging new leaders in the community and I feel this program was well received." 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