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money is already there; it is
not something they would go
to the bank for."
Indeed, it is to this core of
Jewish support that Israel
Bond officials look to when
times are tough.
"In the final analysis, we're
a Jewish campaign looking
for Jewish support," said
David B. Hermelin, a Detroit
businessman who is interna-
tional campaign chairman of
State of Israel Bonds. "We sell
a security, we share an educa-
tional process. We try to re-
main focused on what we do,
our lives as Jews."
As for those who object to
the lack of a secondary
market, Hermelin has a sim-
ple response. "To somebody
who's looking for immediate
liquidity on our instruments,
we'd say, 'Don't buy it: "



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Youth Visit Burnt Shul
And Learn About Bigotry

New York (JTA) — A group
of New York's public school
pupils reflecting the city's
broad ethnic mix, stood on the
charred floorboards of the
recently burned-out
synagogue in last week and
learned about bigotry.
"Bigotry. Hate. The words
are abstractions. Here you see
the pain and ugliness bigotry
can cause," Abraham Fox-
man, national director of the
Anti-Defamation League of
B'Nai B'rith told the children
gathered in the gutted in-
terior of Orthodox Congrega-
tion Rabbinical Institute
Sharai Torah in the Midwood
section of Brooklyn.
The unusual trip, barely
two weeks into the new school
year, was proposed by the
ADL. Youngsters, from Mid-
wood, Edward R. Murrow and
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
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graders from P.S. 99 were
brought together by the city
board of education to witness
the destruction perpetrated
in the borough.

Dionne Boissiere, a 16-year-
old from Midwood High,
found it hard to believe that
the two could have planned
and carried out the destruc-
tion.
"Where did it come from?
All of that hatred?" the black
teen-ager asked.
The younger, mostly Asian
onlookers from P.S. 99 ex-
hibited a healthy curiosity.
"What will happen to the
kids?" one asked referring to
the suspects in custody. "How
will they be punished?" ask-
ed another. "Will you forgive
them?"

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Foxman explained that
there are sins against God
which only God can forgive,
and also sins against fellow
men.
Foxman and Carol Lister,
the ADL's New York regional
director who escorted them,
believe that seeing the havoc
would have -a greater impact
— and be remembered longer
— than fleeting images on a
TV newscast.

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this year's sales exceeding
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Some wealthy investors in
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Israeli officials are pleased
with Mubarak's invitation to
Shamir for a private tete-a-
tete.
The Israeli envoy had just
presented his credentials at
the presidential palace in

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