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May 06, 1988 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-06

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Temple Beth El
Birmingham, Michigan

Assad, Arafat

Washington (JTA) — Five
years after Syrian President
Hafez Assad threw Palestine
Liberation Organization chief
Ynsir Arafat out of Syria in an
attempt to gain control of the
PLO, the two met in a show
of friendship in Damascus.
Assad's ejection of Arafat
resulted in a split within the
PLO between Arafat and a
more extreme pro-Syrian seg-
ment which included such
terrorist groups as Abu Nidal
and the Popular Front for the
Liberation of Palestine, led by
George Habash.
Arafat's return to Damas-
cus was facilitated by the
assassination of his second-in
command, Abu Jihad, in
Tunis, an attack believed to
have been carried out by the
Israelis. Although Abu
Jihad's family had wanted
him to be buried in Jordan,
the PLO leadership decided
on Syria, at Assad's invita-
tion, in what was considered
a slap a King Hussein of


the 35th Annual Hebrew Music Festival

MAY 13, 1988

8:00 P.M.

Guest Choir
Bel Canto Choral Society
All Israeli Program
Ms. Denise Ogden, Director

Three Temple Beth El Choirs
Rochelle and
Mrs. Jason H. Tickton, Conductor
Sylvia Barr
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz, Narrator
Duo Pianists
Prof. Jason H. Tickton,
New Music from Israel
Music Director and Organist
Sponsored by the Sandra T Bloom Memorial Music Fund — Barbara and Douglas Bloom
Everyone Is Welcome


Israeli Fruit

Rome (JTA) — Italian
health authorities reported
that the "deadly poison" said
to contaminate grapefruits
from Israel has turned out to
be a harmless coloring agent.
Several people who had con-
sumed the blue-stained fruit
suffered no ill effects, though
the substance did kill labor-
atory mice.
Israel Adato, an Israeli
Agriculture Ministry expert,
flew to Rome to help local
health authorities trace the
tainted fruit. Before the an-
nouncement about the dye,
the Italian Health Ministry
ordered grapefruit removed
from shops, markets and
warehouses all over Italy
after blue grapefruit were
discovered in Rome super-
markets and anonymous
warnings that the fruit had
been sabotaged.

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Rite To Be

The first graduation of post-
b'nai mitzvah at Cong. B'nai
Israel of West Bloomfield will
be held during Shabbat ser-
vices June 11. Those par-
ticipating will be Joel Zola,
Aaron Gach, Steven Wein-
garden, David-Seth Kirshner,
Michael Rose and Charles

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