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July 26, 1991 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-07-26

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JEWISH EDUCATION FOR YOUR CHILD?

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• /chain of tradition.


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1

Arab Attacker
Is Charged

Tel Aviv (JTA) — A 37-
year-old Israeli Arab with a
family history of mental il-
lness was formally charged
with attempted murder and
membership in terrorist
organization Wednesday by
the Petach Tikva
Magistrates Court.
Ali Mahmoud Massawa of
Taiba village was ordered
into custody for 15 days after
assaulting three people with
an ax in Independence
Square in Netanya, a
seaside city north of Tel
Aviv.
The most seriously injured
was a Holocaust survivor,
Lola Goldblus, 65, a French
citizen who lives in Petach
Tikva.
Ms. Goldblus, whose arm
bears a concentration camp
tattoo, was strolling with
her granddaughter near the
seashore when she was at-
tacked.
According to Taiba
residents, Mr. Massawa had
been under psychiatric
treatment for depression
following the death of his
mother two years ago. His
parents and grandparents
suffered from mental
disease, neighbors said.
In court, the prisoner de-
nied he belonged to a ter-
rorist organization. He ad-
mitted the attacks, saying
he had acted under an
"uncontrollable impulse."

Teens Share
French Program

Paris (JTA) — Ten Israeli
teen-agers and 10 Palestin-
ians of the same age from
the West Bank and Gaza
Strip lived under the same
roof for a week without com-
ing to blows.
They didn't resolve the
Arab-Israeli conflict but at
least they showed that com-
munication is possible, ac-
cording to their hosts.
The 20 youngsters, ages 14
to 17, were selected for an
experiment in coexistence by
activist Socialist families in
La Montagne, a vill!ge near
the city of Nantes in the
Loire Valley of central
France.
Each family took a Pales-
tinian and an Israeli as their
guests because they felt it
was their "duty to do some-
thing for peace" in the Mid-
dle East.
According to the young-
sters, the contact was strain-
ed at first but warmed after a
few days. "It's easier to meet
on neutral ground," a Pales-
tinian youth observed.



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