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April 05, 1991 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-04-05

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TORAH PORTION

Fashion doesn't stop with your wardrobe

What Should We Do?

Continued from preceding page

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FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1991

Rabbi To Discuss
Arab-Israeli Conflict

Rabbi Harold Loss will
speak on "The Arab-Israeli
Conflict Today" 7:30 p.m.
April 23 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
The talk is the last of a
series of political awareness
lectures sponsored by the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Young Adult Division.
Rabbi Loss, of Temple
Israel, sits on Federation's
board of governors, and on its
leadership development and
Israel/overseas committees.
In his lecture, Rabbi Loss
will discuss the intifada,
aliyah from the Soviet Union,
the Gulf War and prospects
for peace.
The series is being organiz-
ed by Elizabeth Kanter and
Barbara Cohn, chairmen of
the YAD Political Awareness
Committee, and James

FASHION RESALE

kollipop kids

Can we not postpone our
vacation to Acapulco or
Alaska or Athens for the
privilege of assisting our
homeland to resettle our
brethren? If we want to be
able to sincerely relate to our
Jewish identity then we
must, at the very least,
together with our children,
witness what is happening. A
trip to the Soviet Union
and/or Israel now is by far the
most important educational
event that could ever be devis-
ed for our Jewish identities.
Now we can see history being
made in our very presence —
later we will only be able to
read about it.

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tive consciousness. Our tradi-
tion provides ample
paradigms for doing so.
We often count during the
course of our Jewish lives —
the 49 days of the Omer, the
eight candles of Chanukah,
the 10 days of Repentance.
Should we not regularly
count (bli ayin hara) the
thousands that are now
ascending to the Jewish
homeland? In synagogues, at
communal functions, in the
pages of Jewish publications
(including the Detroit Jewish
News), should not tefillot,
agenda and front pages first
and foremost proclaim and
praise this awesome miracle?

353-3146

Rabbi Loss

Bellinson and Beth Cohen,
associate chairmen.
There is a charge. For
details, contact Scott Mit-
telmen, 965-3939.

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Will Host
Holocaust Programs

OCC

The Jewish Students
Association of Oakland Com-
munity College Orchard
Ridge Campus will have a
three-day program, "Why We
Remember," to commemorate
the Holocaust.
At 3 p.m. April 9 there will
be a group discussion on
"Why Jews and Non-Jews
Should Remember the
Holocaust."
At 7:30 p.m. April 9, Rabbi
Charles Rosenzveig, director
of the Holocaust Memorial
Center, will give opening
remarks before the showing of
a movie, Preserving the Past to
Ensure the Future, a 1990
Academy Award nominee.

After the movie, Holocaust
survivors will share their
experiences.
At 1 p.m. April 10, "What
Would Make a Person Jeopar-
dize Their Life to Save
Others" will be discussed. At
7:30 p.m., remembering the
Holocaust through the arts
will be featured.
A non-denominational ser-
vice will be held 3 p.m. April
11 featuring Rabbi M. Robert
Syme of Temple Israel, Rev.
James R. Lyons and Bishop
Thomas Gumbleton.
All events will take place on
the Orchard Ridge Campus in
room J303. They are free and
the public is welcome.

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