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September 04, 1992 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-09-04

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To The Board of Directors
of Hillel Day School:

key political adviser to PLO
chief Yassir Arafat. She was
accompanied by Naomi
Chazan of the Meretz bloc.
Ms. Chazan, a Hebrew Uni-
versity professor, is present-
ly out of the country, and the
demand to remove her im-
munity is still in effect.
As it stands, the Israeli
law provides up to three
years' imprisonment for
"any Israeli citizen or resi-
dent who knowingly, and
without authorization, has
contact in Israel or abroad
with a person who fills a
function in the executive
council or other similar body
• in a terrorist organization,
or who serves as an official
representative of a terrorist
organization."

Ohio Court
• Overturns Law

Cleveland (JTA) — Ohio
has become the latest state
to have its hate crimes law
invalidated since the U.S.
Supreme Court declared a
municipal anti-hate or-
dinance unconstitutional in
June.
The Ohio Supreme Court
ruled last week that while
menacing, vandalism and
telephone harassment are il-
legal, additional fines or jail
time can no longer be levied
when the crimes are com-
mitted because of the vic-
tim's race, religion or ethnic
origin.
The law punished crimes
motivated by race, color, re-
ligion or ethnic origin by
raising the severity of the
violation one degree.
- The court's unanimous
decision said Ohio's ethnic
intimidation law essentially
created a "thought crime,"
in violation of both the state
and U.S. constitutions.
"Enhancing a penalty be-

cause of motive therefore
punishes the person's
thought, rather than the
person's act or criminal in-
tent," the court.
Marc Stern, co-director of
the American Jewish Con-
gress Commission on Law
and Social Action, cautioned
that while the Ohio law was
well drafted, the ruling
points to the need for
legislative care in drafting
laws to ensure that free
speech is not inhibited.
"Judges are not going to be
swept along with the P.C.
(politically correct) tide and
rubber-stamp" all hate
crimes legislation, he said.
But Mr. Stern said he be-
- lieves the Ohio decision is "a
serious misreading of the
(U.S.) Supreme Court prece-
dent."

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We, the parents of Hillel children, support the teachers in their
demands in raises and benefits. We consider these requests
fair and equitable and long overdue. We will keep our children
home until this issue is settled to the teachers satisfaction.*

Susan and Ruben Acrich
Jane and Ron Koenigsberg
Shelly Shindler
Mindy Herman
Vicki Salinger
Marla and David Weiss
Brenda and Jim Herman
Karin and Barry Steinway
Jeff and Michelle Appel
Debra and Michael Feldman
Steven and Marcy Grant
Mindy and Fred Shuback
Joanne and Michael Bellet
Ann and. David Frankel
Susan and Marc Beals
Marcy and Tom Colton
Marvin and Ruth Singer
Sharon Moss Lebovic
Sue Supersteine
Joseph and Rita Salama
Gloria and David Ruskin
Ruth Moss
Sherri Loeb
/ Elaine Moss
Vivian Honig

Belle Kohen
Beth Brandvain
Joe and Bobbie Lewis
Rob and Rhona Fidler
Susan and Hal Muskovitz
Roland and Leah Beurer
Marcia and Ronald Anstandig
Alan and Risha Rothberger
Morey and Leigh Herskovic
Leslie and David Ben Ezra
Mark and Linee Diem
Douglas and Margo Woll
Libby and Andrew Beider
Terri and Marc Chicorel
David and Sandra Samet
David and Rina Yaari
Paula and Michael Preisler
Maureen Landau
Debby Vieder
Mark Vieder
Rhonda Siegal
Elie Bas-se
Linda Goldman
Elisa Freilich
*List in formation
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