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July 20, 1990 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-07-20

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SYNAGOGUES I

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Temple Israel
Sets Fund-Raiser

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Temple Israel in West
Bloomfield will hold its 3rd
annual fund raiser, "The Art
of Food and Wine, A 'Pasting
Experience," 7:30 p.m. Aug.
11.
This event is made possible
through participation of area
restaurants and wine
distributors. A silent wine
auction will be held. Live
dance music will be provided
by the band Intrigue. There
will be prizes for raffle ticket
holders.
For ticket information, call
Temple Israel, 661-5700.

Rabin Denies
Court Charges

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Former
Defense Minister Yitzhak
Rabin has flatly denied
allegations that he gave
orders to break the bones of
Palestinian rioters shortly
after the intifada began in
December 1987.
Speaking at a meeting
with members of the Foreign
Press Association recently,
Rabin said there was no
evidence to • back up such
charges should he ever have
to answer in court or before a
commission of inquiry.
He referred to the conten-
tion by several senior Israel
Defense Force officers facing
disciplinary action for bru-
tality that they were acting
on explicit instructions from
Defense Minister Rabin
when soldiers under their
command tied and beat Pa-
lestinians.

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graves and monuments were
vandalized and defaced with
swastikas in two Soviet
cities last week, according to
the Union of Councils for
Soviet Jews.
Soviet Jewish activist
Alexander Shmukler said
that the word "Zhid" was
scrawled on several tomb-
stones in cemeteries in
Moscow and Nalchik.
Sources in Moscow noted
that in the Vagan'Kovskoe
cemetery in Moscow, tomb-
stones inscribed with any
Jewish-sounding names
were covered with anti-
Semitic graffiti or destroyed.
UCSJ leaders reiterated
their call for President Gor-
bachev to publicly denounce
anti-Semitism.

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