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September 21, 1979 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-21

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14 Friday, September 21, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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OPEN
Mon.-Thurs.
10-10

Egypt Children Paint Peace

Fri. & Sat.
10-11
Sunday
12-9

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HAPPY NEW YEAR

The peace dove, pictur ed above, was a corn-
mon theme among the paintings by Egyptian
FROM THE ENTIRE STAFF
children brought back to Israel by journalist
Amos Elon. * * *
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By MALKAH RAYMIST
host the exhibition in the
World Zionist Press Service
Israel Museum.
The peace dove is seen in
It is a small exhibition,
not over 60 exhibits, all about half of the paintings
printed by children between though sometimes it is not
Vede Weate4
age 10 and 16, all on the sub- white, but yellow or even
ject of peace between Egypt brown. One picture entirely
e0ototaaerei
70
devoted to the peace dove
and Israel.
The initiative belongs to shows a huge, yellow bird of
the Israeli journalist and prey with enormous wings,
writer, Amos Elon, who that looks very threatening.
went to Egypt (representing Strange that this cross be-
the daily paper Haaretz) to- tween a vulture and a peli-
gether with other jour- can is supposed to be the
nalists, during the meeting peace dove! All the other
of Begin and Sadat. He vis- doves are more conven-
ited a number of primary tional.
Repeated in a number of
and secondary schools in
and around Cairo, and saw paintings are themes of an-
children's paintings on the cient Egypt. Like, all the
theme of Peace Through non-Semitic peoples who
SI4
Children's Eyes. Some embraced Islam, Egypt kept
paintings which he particu- her art and her tradition of a
STATE INSURANCE AGENCY
larly liked were presented millenia up to these days.
HUBERT J. SIDLOW
to him by the school princi- Many children are obvi-
ously influenced by the fres-
LAWRENCE R. PERNICK, C.P.C.U.
pals.
JEROME SOLOMON
Thus was born the idea of coes and statues of Egypt's
LARRY KORNWISE
SOLLY ABELS
an exhibition in Israel. antiquity, so much so, that
- EARL SAMUELS C.L.U.
WALTER BERLOW
When Elon mentioned the one shows an Egyptian god-
ALEXANDER SARKO
HENRY BURNSTON
idea to several school prin- dess (most likely Isis)
MARVIN
SHOGAN
C.L.U.
THEODORE ISAACS
cipals, they willingly though in an unusual posi-
BEN S. SIDLOW
ARNOLD ISNER
agreed and a collection of tion. She is kneeling in
LAWRENCE S. ZATKIN
some 50-60 pictures arrived prayer, probably for peace.
24901 NORTHWESTERN Hwy., Suite 514
There are some covers of
in Israel in Elon's luggage.
SOUTHFIELD, MICH.
They are so likable and school magazines, their fig-
356-7120
so sincere, that Teddy ures stilted, their colors
Kollek, the mayor of gaudy. One painting is di-
"dedicated professionals for insurance'
Jerusalem, decided to ; vided in two, the upper part
showing war, the lower —
peace. Tanks shooting into
crowds. People are chained
to poles, executed by
soldiers. Others, chained to
iron girders, with their
hands lifted, are whipped by
soldiers. The lower part re-
presents peace — people
walking, dancing, eating,
children at play.
Though naive, every-
thing is sincere, straight
from the heart, the bright
and warm colors adding
to the conviction. There
are several poor collages
and one stilted reproduc-
tion of a magazine pic-
ture correctly represent-
ing Sadat being greeted
by Begin and several Is-
to all from
raeli ministers. The latter
was the only painting in
Iry and Sol Cohen
which the Israeli flag was
IRV
SOL
shown accurately. It
and the Gang r f
could not be otherwise
since it was a handmade
copy of a colored maga-
zine photograph.
On others the Israeli flag
Old Orchard Shopping Plaza
was a black Magen David on
Maple at Orchard Lake Rds.
a plain white field or a black
Magen David with a red
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middle, but best of all — the
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Magen David in the center.

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