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August 24, 1979 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-08-24

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36 Friday, August 24, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Esther Margolis Is Married

Summer Seminar

REMEMBER

NEW YORK — Some 150
teachers from 70 Hebrew
day schools in North
America offering a com-
bined curriculum of Hebrew
and general studies re-
cently completed an inten-
sive summer teacher train-
ing seminar held in New
York by Torah Umesorah,
the National Society for
Hebrew Day Schools.

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Esther Molly Margolis
and Dr. Stanley Fisher were
married Sunday at the West
Bloomfield home of the
bride's brother, Dr. Harold
Margolis.
Rabbi Herbert Tarr of
-New York, assisted by
Michael Silberschein, a
rabbinical student at the
Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America, officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. , Hyman
Margolis of Oak Park. Par-
ents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Fisher
of New York.
Sandra Beer Stern of
New York was the mat-
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The new Mrs. Fisher
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from the University of
Michigan. Her husband
earned a PhD degree from
the City University of New
York and took post-doctoral
training in medical hyp-

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Terrorists Get
Jail Sentences

BRUSSELS (JTA) — A
Belgian criminal court sen-
tenced the two Palestinian
terrorists, who tried to blow
up an El Al plane at Brus-
sels Airport last April, to
eight months imprison-
ment.
The court found Husseini
Rad Mahmoud and Khaled
Dayekh Dokh guilty of at-
tempted murders, using
false documents, carrying
concealed weapons and il-
legal entry into Belgium.
The two men wounded
several Belgian passengers
when they opened fire in the
airport transit hall after
being identified as ter-
rorists by El Al security
guards.
The Belgian prosecutor
paid tribute to the El Al
personnel and said they
had used their weapons
in an "obvious case of
self-defense" and had
also protected the
passengers in the hall.
The defendants' counsel
said after the trial he ex-
pected the two men to be ex-
pelled from Belgium in "the
interest of all concerned
parties."

He that searcheth for evil,
it shall come unto him.

Desert Research
Efforts Planned

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Sde Boker Desert Research
Institute and New Mexico
State University have an-
nounced the establishment
of a broad-based cooperative
program between the two
institutions to encourage
and facilitate arid land re-
search.
In immediate ventures
the primary focus will be in
the field of ecology and bi-
ology of arid zones. Sub-
sequently, concentration
will be on water resources,
food production and agricul-
tural management, energy
production and use, and
arid lands management.

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Rabbis Criticize
Israel on Iranian
Children Issue

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Israeli government
came under fire from Or-
thodox rabbis for its lack of
action in removing some 40
Jewish children from Iran
from missionary schools in
Israel which they are pre-
sently attending.
The Israeli Education
Ministry acknowledged
that the youngsters were
attending missionary
schools, but said it was in-
vestigating the situation.
The Union of Orthodox
Rabbis (UOR) said the situ-
ation is "enough to make
any Jew AO is proud of his
or her heritage, religion and
culture, sick to the core. The
Israeli Parliament and the
religious community (in Is-
rael) seem to have their
heads firmly planted in the
Negev sands."
The UOR called upon
Premier Menahem Begin of
Israel and the religious par-
ties in the government "to
take instant action to right
this wrong. This isn't a mis-
take; it is a tragedy."

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