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November 02, 1990 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-11-02

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FOR
MICHIGAN

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN REGENT

• Democratic nominee for Regent

• Graduate, The University of Michigan
School of Business Administration, 1968

• President, Michigan Union, 1967-68

Please join us in supporting Don
Tucker for the University of Michigan
Board of Regents. Don is a graduate of
the U of M School of Business Adminis-
tration and Law School.
Don believes that we must flight to
keep the University of Michigan excel-
lent, as well as open, accessible and
affordable to all.
Don Tucker will make a great Regent
we can all be proud of. Please vote for
him on November 6.

• Graduate, The University of Michigan
Law School, 1971

• Legislative Counsel, U.S. Senator Phil
Hart, 1973-75

• Taught Business Law at U of M
Dearborn, 1977-78

• Senior Partner, Tucker & Rolf Law Firm,
Southfield

• Chair, Michigan State Housing Develop-
ment Authority

• Wife, Sara and twin children, Matthew
and Megan

With the support of:

Norman Allan
Irwin Alterman
Maxine Berman
Dennis Bernard
Hadas Bernard
Stuart Borman
Barbara Cohn
Sheldon Cohn
Jack Faxon

Lillian Schostak
Mark Schostak
Nancy Schostak
Robert Schostak
Richard Sloan
Sheila Sloan
Esther Zalenko
Neal Zalenko

Paul Magy
Ronald Miller
Robert Naftaly
Morris Rochlin
Mark Schlussel
David Schostak
Elise Schostak
Elyse Schostak
Jerome Schostak

Joel Gershenson
Linda Gershenson
David Gubow
Sharon Hart
David Hermelin
Albert Holtz
Larry Jackier
Burton Leland
Leslie Magy

Tucker for Michigan is the committee supporting the election of Donald F. Tucker as a Democratic candidate for Regent of The University of Michigan.
Paid for by Tucker for Michigan, 25800 Northwestern Hwy., Ninth Floor, Southfield, Michigan 48075. (313) 357-0000; Wallace G. Long, Treasurer.

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Nablus one morning last
week he was instantly shot
to death by the driver's
bodyguard.
Israelis were also quick to
respond when a Palestinian
stabbed and slightly injured
a policeman in the East
Jerusalem central bus sta-
tion. The assailant was
promptly caught. He was
identified as Nidal Gidal, 16,
of the West Bank village of
Kibya.
In the religious township
of Bnei Brak, north of Tel
Aviv, one Arab was killed
and two injured early one
morning when a bomb they
were assembling exploded
prematurely.
The three Arabs were
employed at a vegetable
stall in the heart of town,
where they spent the night.
According to police, they
were preparing a bomb to be
concealed in a vegetable
crate, timed to go off when
the market was crowded
with shoppers.
In light of the tense situa-
tion, security forces an-
nounced that as many as
20,000 of the 120,000 Pales-
tinian day laborers from the
territories will permanently
be denied entry to Israel.
They will be screened out
because of criminal records,
records of security offenses
or hostile acts.
The Islamic Jihad move-
ment, the most radical of the
Moslem fundamentalist
groups, has been outlawed.
But the measure has little
significance beyond pro-
viding the authorities with
another legal tool to use
against intifada activists.
The authorities previously
outlawed Shabiba, the youth
movement of the Palestine
Liberation Organization's
Al Fatah faction, and
Hamas, a violence-prone
fundamentalist movement
based in the Gaza Strip.
Both groups have gone
underground.
Meanwhile, a sense of deja
vu prevails among some old-
time Israelis, who remember
the anti-Jewish riots in
Mandate Palestine, which
peaked in 1929 and 1936.
The 1929 riots were, in
fact, the first major Arab
uprising against the
presence of Jewish settlers
in Palestine. Like the bloody
events of this month, they
were triggered by an obscure
dispute over who could pray
at the Western Wall and
Temple Mount.

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