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August 14, 1992 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-08-14

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Dr. David Loeffler:
'Protesting genocide.

at your disposal, including
military force if necessary,
to halt the genocide."
I. But "most people gave us a
weird look," and only a
"small minority expressed
terest and said, 'Yeah. I'll
ite a letter,' " Dr. Loeffler
said.
"What was upsetting was
that a lot of people didn't
seem to care," he said.
While discouraged by the
apathy he encountered Sun-
tlay, Dr. Loeffler used his
vacation day Monday to take
the cause to local news-
papers and plan further
demonstrations. This Sun-

"Something in my
kishkes won't let
this go."
David Loeffler

day he wants to hold his sign
and hand out letters in front
of the federal building
downtown, asking passers-
by to write Bush.
This is not the first time
Dr. Loeffler, a veterinarian
as well as an immunologist,
has taken action on things
important to him. In 1985,
he and his wife Sandy flew to
Addis Adaba to use his
medical skills to help Ethio-
pian Jews.
Besides Deena, the Loef-
flers have a son, who is
•autistic. Having an autistic
child has significantly
changed Dr. Loeffler's
perspective about life, he
said. "I find I have to focus
on things that are impor-
tant, not just the mundane
things."
According to media
reports, tens of thousands of

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