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August 03, 1984 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-03

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10 Friday, Augu s t 3, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Yosef
Tzuria, one of 27 indicted
members of the Jewish ter-
rorist underground, was
sentenced Tuesday to six
years in prison for his part
in a conspiracy to blow up
Islamic shrines on the Tem-
ple Mount.
Tzuria, a 25-year-old
resident of Ramat Hasha-
ron, was convicted of having
observed the Temple Mount
in preparation for a possible
attack and having posed as
an officer in order to pur-
chase silencers for guns.
Three years of his sen-
tence were suspended by
Judge Yisrael Weiner of the
Jerusalem District Court
who said that in handing
down the sentence, he had
weighed the seriousness of
the crime on one hand, and
the "defendant's positive
personal attributes on the
other hand."
Its only a shame, the
judge continued, that some-
one like Tzuria woud get in-
volved in such a conspiracy.
He said that among the rea-
sons against being lenient
were the potential damage
to the State that might have
been caused by such an at-
tack on the Temple Mount,
the effect it would have had
on Moslems around the
world and the need to deter

others from repeating those
acts in the future.
The court was surprised
by the request of Tzuria's
lawyer, Yaacov Rubin, who
asked that his client be re-
leased on reserve army duty
next month, as "an act of re-
pentance." The request was
denied.
In related news, the State
will appeal to the Supreme
Court a decision by the
Jerusalem District Court
last Friday to release two
Jewish terrorist suspects on
bail.
The two, Major Ronni
Gilla and Captain Shlomo
Livyatan, are charged with
being accomplices' to the
murder of the deposed
Major of El Bireh, Ibrahim
a-Wawil. The two officers
were held in custody until
the end of legal proceedings,
but the court accepted last
week the line of the defense
that their case could not be
discussed until the trials of
the leaders of the Jewish
underground. This would
demand holding them in
custody for a longer period,
which the court ruled was
unjustified.
The two were freed on a
one million shekel bail
each, but the actual release
was delayed 48 hours, to
allow the State to appeal.

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A computer has been used
by the Coalition for Alter-
natives in Jewish Educa-
tion (CAJE) to create a di-
rectory through which
CAJE members can quickly
find help from other
educators who have skills
the member may lack for a
particular area of learning.
Eliot Spack, CAJE direc-
tor, said the directory,
called "Mekasher" — the
Hebrew word for "connec-
tion" — is the product of the
work of a computer which
recorded and printed the
name, address, telephone
number and categories of
expertise of members.
By use of a simple cose in
the directory, a CAJE
member who needs help in-a
particular subject can usu-
ally find an appropriate re-
source. The directroy lists
87 categories, ranging from
anti-Semitism in history
(biblical, medieval or con-
temporary); from Yiddish
language instruction to
women in Judaism; and
from summer camping to
micro-teaching.
CAJE is national organ-
ization of more than 2,000
persons active in every as-
pect of the educational
scene, providing a system of
mutual helpfulness among
those who have accepted the
responsibility of transmit-
ting Judaism's historic and
cultural heritage.

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Another new CAJE proj-
ect is the Curriculum Bank,

operated in coopertion with
the University of Judaism
in Los Angeles. Members
make "deposits" in the Cur-
riculum Bank by contribut-
ing information on particu-
larly successful educatonal
aids.
A CAJE member who
wants help to prepare a par-
ticular lesson or program
may make a "withdrawal"
by calling a toll-free
number that connects with
a special team of librarians,
educators and curriculum
designers. If the bank has
the requested information,
it will provide it to the caller
by telephone or mail, If no
suitable material is avail-
able, the caller may be re-
ferred to other sources.
Spack said. CAJE also
helps members not only to
learn how to use computers
but also to explore the many
ways computers can be used
in creative teaching and in
school administration.

CAJE also produces a
variety of, teaching aids. It
has prepared A series of
model lesgons, known as
"Crisis Curriculum" to help
teachers deal quickly and
effectively with important
current issues not generally
included in current Jewish
textbooks.

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Copyright 1984, JTA, Inc.

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