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July 14, 1989 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-14

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Beth Shalom
Enrolls For Fall

Congregation Beth Shalom
Religious School is accepting
registration for the 1989-1990
school year. Beth Shalom is
an independent Conservative
religious school offering a
variety of activities for youth
in kindergarten through
seventh grade.
Classes are held on Monday
and Wednesday at Avery
School in Oak Park or at the
Jewish Community Center in
West Bloomfield on Tuesday
and Thursday. All classes
meet at Avery on Sunday. In
addition, bar/bat mitzvah pro-
grams and training are
offered.
There are separate Junior
Congregation services each
Sabbath morning for various
grade levels. Kadima and
United Synagogue Youth pro-
vide activities for youngsters.
The children's choir,

Shiraleers, led by Cantor
Samuel Greenbaum par-
ticipates both in synagogue
and community functions.
Educational Director is
Cyril C. Servetter. For infor-
mation or to register, call the
school office, 547-7972.

Machon Has
New Program

Machon L'Torah, The
Jewish Learning Network of
Michigan, will conduct a
three-week learning program
for high school seniors and
college students who wish to
study Jewish philosophy and
law.
The program, slated July
31-Aug. 17, will include a
Shachrit service followed by
breakfast Monday-Thursday
and a learning session.
For information and reser-
vations, call the Machon
L'Torah office, 967-0888.

1 NEWS 1

Arab Attack On Bus
Spurs Jewish Violence

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Jewish
rage against Arabs flared in-
to violence last weekend, as
12 of the 14 passengers kill-
ed in the Arab-caused Egged
bus disaster last Thursday
were identified.
They range in age from 12
to 74 and include two Cana-
dian tourists. Seven
Americans were reported in-
jured, but not all of their
names are known yet.
Though the anger at the
outrage was universal, the
reprisals were primarily the
work of roving gangs of right-
wing Jewish youths, who ran-
domly attacked Israeli Arabs
or Palestinians from the ad-
ministered territories. At
least one youth was killed.
Israeli politicians, par-
ticularly those representing
dovish viewpoints, were also
targeted.
Vice Prime Minister
Shimon Peres, leader of the
, center-left Labor Party, nar-
rowly escaped physical
assault last Friday, when he
attended the funeral of one of
the bus victims as the official
government representative.
A cursing mob, chanting
"Death to the Arabs" and
"Peres go home," tried to
break through a cordon of
security guards and, after
failing, stoned his car as he
beat a hasty departure.
Right-wing youths also
stoned the Jerusalem home of
Dedi Zucker, a Knesset
member of the left-wing

Citizens Rights Movement,
who has spoken out for Arab
civil rights.
Little information has been
released about the Arab
passenger who grabbed and
twisted the wheel of the pack-
ed Tel Aviv-to-Jerusalem bus
and sent it careening hun-
dreds of feet down a rocky
hillside, where it burst into
flames.
The attacker, one of 27
passengers injured, has been
identified as Abdul Rahadi
Rafad Agam, 25, a resident of
the Nuseirat refugee district
in Gaza.
He was transferred last
weekend from Hadassah
University Hospital at Ein
Kerem to a prison hospital,
where the Jerusalem
Magistrates Court has
ordered him held in custody.
He is now cooperating with
his interrogators, officials
said, and has told them he
acted alone, not on behalf of
any Palestinian terrorist
group. Initial reports said he
was a member of the Islamic
fundamentalist movement
Hamas.
Police say the attacker did
not shout "Allah akhbar"
(God is mighty), as widely
reported, but rather the name
of a friend.
Among the wounded were
four identified as Americans:
Eliezra Ben-Yehuda Cassuto,
52, of Brooklyn, N.Y.; Fella
Feingrish; Rita Levine, 39;
and Sylvia Martinez.

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