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December 09, 1983 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Vandals Hit Illinois U. Hillel

CHICAGO (JTA) — Un-
identified vandals smashed
all the windows at Hillel
House at the University of
Illinois in Champaign on
Nov. 25. The damage to the
windows was estimated at
close to $7,000.
According to Barry
Mehler, a student in the
university, the vandals also
overturned a dumpster
"which weighs more than a
car, leading us to suspect
that more than one person
was involved." He said
there was no one in the
building at the time. A stu-
dent who arrived at the
Hillel building Saturday
morning for Shabat services
discovered the damage and
called the police and Hillel
Rabbi Steve Sniderman.

Mehler said that there
have been other, minor
incidents in the past di-
rected against the Jewish
student population on
the campus. In addition,
Arabs on the campus
stage' demonstrations,
periodically against
Zionism.

Mehler said there are an

Center Seminar

NEW YORK — An insti-
tute for full-time Jewish
community center profes-
sionals with assignments in
communications and public
relations will be conducted
by JWB in Philadelphia
Jan. 10-12.

estimated 8,000-10,000
Jewish students at the uni-
versity, out of a total stu-
dent body of 52,000.

Settlers Occupy
Nablus Site

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Militant Jewish settlers are
continuing their occupation
of Joseph's Tomb in Nablus,
a. site they took over last
week to protest the axe at-
tack on a Jewish settler in
the Nablus marketplace
last week.
The settlers agreed, how-
ever, to restrict- their
presence to the daylight
hours in conformity with
army regulations. At night
they gather at Bracha, a
settlement near Balus
which is the home of the at-
tack victim, Yosef Stern.
The settlers said they
were dissatisfied with the
response they got from De-
fense Minister Moshe Arens
at a meeting in Tel Aviv
Friday over the deteriorat-
ing security situation in the
West Bank.
Arens, who learned of the
situation when he returned
from Washington, said the
occupation of the tombsite
in Nablus was "illegal" but
no action was taken to re-
move the settlers. The mili-
tary government rejected
their request for permission
to stage a demonstration in
Nablus, the largest Arab
city in the territory.

Reagan Upholds
U.S.-Israel Tie

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"bonds" between Israel and
the United States are
"growing stronger and they
must not and never will be
weakened."
Reagan
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tage. No people have fought
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Reagan was presented
with a menora.

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