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September 06, 1985 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-06

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When the Detroit area com-
munity meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek to
honor Israel's Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity and its Hechtman Heroes
Road, the "guest of honor" will
be Moaza.
Maoza will not be there. He
will be in Israel. But his friend,
Yossie Harel, one of the eve-
nings principal speakers, will
tell Maoza's story and what the
road means to the handicapped.
Simply put, it means dignity.
Harel understands the mean-
ing of the Hechtman Heroes
Road (the university's system of
barrier-free access to Bar-Ilan's
students who are confined to
wheelchairs as a result of war-
related injuries) from three
perspectives: as an Israeli parat-
roop. officer, as a graduate of
Bar-Ilan and as a professional
who studies psychology and
stress-related difficulties.
Harel attends the University
of Michigan with his wife,
Tamar, and both are studying
for doctoral degrees. He has two
degrees from Bar-Ilan, as does
his wife. His father is a former
rector of the university and con-
tinues as a senior faculty
member.
Two brothers, as well as an
uncle, also are Bar-Ilan
graduates, so Harel is a "child of
Bar-Ilan." But on Tuesday he
will tell the story of Maoza who,
during the Yom Kippur War,
fought on the Golan Heights
and was severly injured,
paradoxically after a cease-fire
was announced.
"He was a very good athlete, a
fantastic basketball player. A
shell exploded near him. He lost
both legs and one arm, as well
as his vision in one eye," said
Harel, continuing:
"No one understood how he
arrived at the hospital with his
heart still beating. He should
have been regarded as a dead
person.
"But two years later I met
him again at the entrance of
Bar-Ilan in a specially-equipped
car. He had artificial legs, a
very advanced artificial arm, his
vision was restored in his in-
jured eye. He is a medical mira-
cle.
"He wanted to go back to a
normal life, be independent and
have dignity. He is representa-
tive of the unique Israeli spirit
to overcome obstacles in dignity.
"And I know that it helped
him to be able to walk up the
slopes of the Heroes Road in
dignity without thinking some-
one else has to help him."
Harel recently has specialized
in studying medical sociology
and the effect of stress on an in-
dividual's physical well-being.
"A person's ability to deal
with physical problems varies
greatly: and much of it depends
on his or her mental outlook,"
he said.
He points to the fact that the
elderly who live on kibbutzim
enjoy greater longevity than
their counterparts elsewhere,
because they feel needed, with-
out a feeling of dependency.
The Hechtman Heroes Road
instills the same kind of feeling
in those who use it.

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