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December 16, 1988 - Image 99

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-16

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dle. The MSA, they said, had
to reprimand Tagar but also
give them a way out.
But the seemingly punitive
nature of the demands didn't
go unnoticed. A number of
Jewish students who disagree
with Tagar politically took ex-
ception to the manner in
which the incident was han-
dled. "I think the demands
were done for political
reasons," said Gil Renberg.
"The whole situation, unfor-
tunately, has gotten out of
hand because of hypersen-
sitivity of certain groups on
campus."
Others were more pointed.
"The Palestinians had a little
victory," said one observer. Ac-
cording to Laura Cibul, Tagar
has appealed to the Central
Student Judiciary. "By stay-
ing active we're showing peo-
ple that we're here whether
they like it or not," she said.
"For years we've had
meetings of one side or
another where everybody was
defending their position," ex-
plains Bob Hauert, director of
the U-M Office of Ethics and
Religion. "But now, in some
ways, it seems that even
though the range of the view-
points is richer, it's less
polarized."
Hauert believes the
students recognize that the
issues are more complicated
than they first appeared.
Even though the dialogue
gets hotter, Hauert sees some
good resulting from it.
"There's a conversation going
on; and people have
discovered that the conversa-
tion is more complicated.
That's a step ahead."
Hauert isn't the only one
who thinks so. Recently a
number of Arab and Jewish
students — about 25 in all —
formally joined together in a
group called "The Middle
East Dialogue." "It's .a forum
where people can talk," said
Libby Adler, who is a member.
"There are Arabs and Jews
together. Peace isn't just
something governments work
toward."

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