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April 02, 1993 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-04-02

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A symposium on anti-
Semitism entitled, "The
Rising Tide of Anti-
Semitism: Deja Vu?" was a
focal point of the confer-
ence. A prestigious panel
of international experts
addressed the many
facets of the threatening
upsurge of anti-Semitism
impacting on the global
Jewish community.

"Israel's Economic
Independence: Tangible
Goal or Impossible
Dream?" was the subject
of a colloquium at which
American, British and
Israeli businessmen ex-
plored the important
challenge of stabilizing
Israel's economy through
private enterprise and
stimulation of foreign
investment in Israel.

Delegates were treat-
ed to tea at the House of
Lords, an evening at the
theater and visited Oxford
University. They also visited
the Oxford Center for
Postgraduate Hebrew
Studies, home of Bar-Man's
summer program in
Yiddish Language and
Literature. Bar-Ilan's inter-
national network of lead-
ers enjoyed the hospitality
of their British hosts and
strenghtened their ties of
friendship and commit-
ment to Bar-Ilan.

♦ Karen and Irwin Berkley of Chicago with Belda Lindenbaum and

Yehuda Halevy, Executive Vice President of the American Friends of
Bar-Ilan University.

• (Left to right) Gail Winston
who with her husband,
Emanuel, founded the
Winston Institute for the
Study of Prejudice with
Belda Lindenbaum and
Bernard Rix.

► Barbara and Bernard
Stollman, Rita and Stanley
Levy of Detroit with Lady
Margaret Thatcher.

V Lady Margaret Thatcher,

Bernard Rix and Charles
Dimston, Secretary of The
American Friends.

A Barbara Stollman, Chairman, Global Conference

Committee, addresses the audience at the Anti-Semitism
Symposium. Panel members included Rev. Dr. Benjamin
Nunez of Costa Rica, Prof. Zwi Bachrach of Bar-Ilan
University, Judge Hadassah Ben-ltto, President,
International Association of Jewish Lawyers & Jurists, Prof.
Irwin Cotler, Professor of Law at McGill University,_ Dr.
Hanna-Renate Laurien, President of the Berlin House of
Representatives, Per Ahlmark, former Deputy Prime of
Sweden, Dr. Joseph Burg, former Member of Knesset and
Minister in the Government of Israel.

A Meyer Zeifer and Nina

Rusman-Katz of Florida with
Aliki and Peter Rzepka of
Cleveland.

► Gail and Ephraim Propp

of New York with Lady
Margaret Thatcher.

AMERICAN FRIENDS OF
BAR-ILAN UNIVERSITY

National Office:
91 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10003
212-337-1270

Allan and
Patti Friedland
and Leona
Finkler of
Canada, with
Arlette Asseraf
of Florida and
France.

• Bernice Levitt and Edith Agus
of New York.

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