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May 26, 1989 - Image 104

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-26

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UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP

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Delicatessen-Restaurant
LA MIRAGE MALL, 29555 NORTHWESTERN HWY. Bet. 11 Mile & Inkster
OPEN TUES. THRU SUN. 7 a.m.•ti p.m., MON. 7 a.m.•3 pan. 352.3840

OPEN FOR DINNER

EVERY DAY EXCEPT MONDAY
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ON ANY TWO
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Children 12 and under

FROM 3 p.m. TO 8 p.m.

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TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY ONLY

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WE BAKE OUR OWN DINNER ROLLS!

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FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1989

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elevision is known as
the "cool"medium — a
device that welcomes
and then transmits any and
all images in an unending
and undivided flow of accep-
tance. Typically this helps
make television an environ-
ment that gravitates toward
action and emotion while drif-
ting away from intellect or
ideas in order to grab hold of
viewers swimming in a sea of
predominantly visual choices.
Public television was
created to help rectify this im-
balance with programs like
the new two-hour documen-
tary Arab and Jew: Wounded

Spirits in a Promised Land,

which airs at 9 p.m. Monday
and 2 a.m. Tuesday on Chan-
nel 56. The documentary is
based on David K. Shipler's
1986 Pulitzer Prize-winning
book of the same title.
The film, much like the
book, makes every attempt to
stay neutral and to delve in-
to a very complicated subject
from a particularly human
point of view. Director Robert
Gardner, who created The
Courage to Care, a documen-
tary portraying rescuers of
Jews during the Holocaust,
takes his camera throughout
Israel to meet with every con-
ceivable type of participant in
the current conflict.
The first half of the pro-
gram presents a quick primer
on the history of the Middle
East and the creation of
Israel, with the second half
focusing on present-day Israel
coping with the intifada, the
Arab uprising. Garner opts
for using a point-counterpoint
method to advance the story
and to balance people with
totally opposite viewpoints
against each other.
Shipler has written a par-
ticularly poetic narration

that intertwines a very
disparate set of people in-
cluding: a West Bank Arab
journalist, an Israeli
philosopher, an Arab social
worker, convicted Arab and
Jewish terrorists, Arab sur-
vivor of the 1948 Deir Yassin
massacre, a right-wing
Jewish high school teacher
and others.
Gardner uses these people
and their emotions to paint a
complicated and disturbing
portrait of Israel — a canvas
thick with blood-reds, sharp
contrasts and contradictions,
and framed by a desperate
yearning for peace.
The film pays particular at-
tention to the set of prejudices
and stereotypes that Jews
and Arabs have of one
another: the Arabs who con-
sider Jews "arrogant,
authoritarian and greedy;"
the Jews who think of Arabs
as "disloyal, primitive, dirty
and cunning."
Everywhere the film turns
it is confronted by the clash of
feelings and facts, and by
relationships with bewilder-
ing complexity where emo-
tions most often gain the up-
per hand.
Arab and Jew does not pre-
tend to have an answer, nor to
point a way out of the dense
forest of Middle Eastern
politics. But Shipler does
argue for an environment
that urges tolerance:
"Whatever happens in war
or diplomacy, whatever ter-
ritory is won or lost, whatever
accommodations or com-
promises are finally made,
the future guarantees that
Arabs and Jews will remain
close neighbors in this weary
land, entangled in each
other's fears. They will not
escape from one another.
They will not find peace in
treaties or in victories. They
will find it, if at all, by look-
ing into each other's eyes." 111

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