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January 26, 1990 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-26

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Lecture Series

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from the Jews of Azerbaijan
and the Asian republics
because of anticipation of
anti-Semitism in an at-
mosphere of rising Islamic
fundamentalism.
A sense of unease now
permeates the Jewish com-
munities of Central Asia
because of the isolation they
feel, Mariaschin said. There
are an estimated 30,000
Jews in Azerbaijan, of whom
more than 14,000 reportedly
live in the capital, Baku.

Trip To Spain
Yields Results

Jerusalem (JTA) — For-
eign Minister Moshe Arens
began a six-day official visit
to Spain on Jan. 19, follow-
ing the first visit ever by an
Israeli foreign minister to
Spain's Iberian neighbor,
Portugal.
But his otherwise routine
sojourn in Lisbon was
capped by a _development
reported in a somewhat
mysterious and tantalizing
addendum to the official ac-
count of what transpired.
It stated that the two coun-
tries would cooperate with
each other and with African
states politically close to
Portugal, in the fields of
technical aid and assistance.
The two largest and most
important of those states,
Angola and Mozambique,
both former colonies of Por-
tugal, still have no diplo-
matic ties with Israel. Other
states close to Portugal are
Guinea-Bissau, Cape Verde,
and Sao Tome and Principe.
They are among the black
African countries that se-
vered relations with Israel
after the 1973 Yom Kippur
War, as a gesture of soli-
darity with Egypt.
Officials here were
gratified by the warmth
with which Arens was
received in Portugal and
Spain.
It may have mitigated
somewhat the blow of sanc-
tions against Israel, recom-
mended by the European
Parliament to the 12-nation
European Community last
week. Both Iberian nations
are E.C. members.
Arens, who spent the
weekend with Barcelona's
Jewish community before
meeting with Spanish offi-
cials, said Israel would be
happy to help Spain with
security arrangements for
the 1992 Olympic Games in
Barcelona.
He made the offer after
touring sports facilities in
Barcelona. He stressed he
was not worried about the
safety of Israeli athletes.

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JEWISH COMMUNITY COUNCIL
MICHIGAN BOARD OF RABBIS
MIDRASHA-COLLEGE OF JEWISH STUDIES

WHERE:

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Open to the Entire Jewish Community

Sarah and Morris Friedman Conference Room
United Hebrew Schools
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Southfield, Michigan 48076

WHEN:

Thursdays 1 2:00 \oon to 1 :30 P.M.

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FEBRUARY 8

CAN WE ASSEMBLE A JOINT BET DIN IN DETROIT

Rabbi Allan Meyerowitz
Congregation B'noi Moshe

MARCH 15

A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO PESACH

Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg
Congregation Bois Chobod of West Bloomfield

APRIL 19

CAN YOU DIG IT? ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE BIBLE

Rabbi Ernst J. Conrad, Rabbi Emeritus
Temple Kol Ami

MAY 10

REFORM JUDAISM - CHANGES AND CHALLENGE

Rabbi Daniel Polish
Temple Beth El

JUNE 14

JEWISH COMMUNITIES BEHIND THE IRON CURTAIN:
CRISIS OR OPPORTUNITY

Rabbi Norman Roman
Temple Kol Ami

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For further information, please call
Bobbie Levine, B'nai B'rith Council at 552.8177 or
Rabbi Bruce D Aft, Midrasha-College of Jewish Studies at 352-7117.

FEE:

$6.00 per lecture
includes lunch
Dietary lows observed)

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