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January 06, 1989 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-06

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I NEWS I

APATHY and ASSIMILATION

may be the

FINAL SOLUTION

Thousands Rally
For PLO Talks

but it is sure to be the

ml Aviv — (JTA) Thousands
of Israelis turned out for a
Peace Now rally in a heavy
downpour late last weekend,
urging the government to
talk to the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization.
The crowd, huddling under
umbrellas in Malchei Yisrael
Square, outside the City Hall,
was almost as large as the ex-
pected turnout in good
weather.
A poll published last week
showed that 54 percent of
Israelis favor talks with the
PLO.
The rally was addressed by
opposition Knesset members
Shulamit Aloni of the
Citizens Rights Movement,
Amnon Rubinstein of the
Center-Shinui Movement,
Victor Shemtov and Elazar
Granot of Mapam and Abd el-
Wahab Darousha of the Arab
Democratic List.
There were also several
speakers from the Labor Par-
ty, including Arie Eliav and
Yael Dayan.
They castigated the pre-
vious government and the
new coalition for rejecting
even the idea of negotiations
with the PLO. They believe
the latest statements by PLO
leader Yassir Arafat
represents a move forward
that should be tested.

JPS Offers
Books For Kids

Philadelphia — Two
biographies for young
readers, ages 7 to 12, have
just been published by the
Jewish Publication Society.
Anne Frank: A Life in
Hiding introduces young
Anne and the Frank family,
their life in hiding from
the Nazis, and her father's
discovery of her diary after
Anne died in a concentra-
tion camp. It was written
by award-winning author
Joanne Hurwitz. Drawings
are by Vera Rosenberry.
Theodor Herzl: The Road to
Israel was written by the late
Miriam Gurko, author of
many biographies for young
children. The illustrations
are by Erika Weihs.

Hungary Jewry
Is Probed

Jerusalem — Documenta-
tion of the few remaining
synagogues and their con-
tents in Hungary has been in-
itiated by researchers from
the Center for Jewish Art of
the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem.

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