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August 27, 1993 - Image 115

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-08-27

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SINAI HOSPITAL

SINAI HOSPITAL GUILD
SINAI HOSPITAL DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS
AND GYNECOLOGY

and

Nelson Mandela:
Committed to the future.

and the separation between
church and state.
Mr. Mandela noted that
the ANC has been com-
mitted since 1955 to the
rights of religious com-
munities to establish and
maintain their own places of
worship, provided no racial
discrimination is involved.
"The suggestion that an
ANC-led government could
ever indulge in or connive at
anti-Semitism is a scan-
dalous slander inspired
either by sheer ignorance or
malice," he said.
"As a movement we recog-
nize the legitimacy of Pales-
tinian nationalism just as
we recognize the legitimacy
of Zionism as Jewish nation-
alism. We insist on the right
of the State of Israel to exist
within secure borders but,
with equal vigor, (we) sup-
port the Palestinian right to
self-determination," he said.
"We are gratified to see
that new possibilities of
resolving the issue through
negotiation have arisen
since the election of a new
government in Israel. We
wish to encourage the pro-
cess and, if we have the op-
portunity, to assist."
But Mr. Mandela said the
ANC was "extremely
unhappy about military co-
operation between the State
of Israel and the apartheid
regime in South Africa.
"The refusal of Israel, over
many years, to honor its
international obligations to
isolate the apartheid regime
did influence our attitude
toward that government,"
Mr. Mandela said.
He urged the Jewish com-
munity, in its relationship .
with the ANC, to focus on
shared goals in South Africa.
He said that South
Africans of Jewish descent
have "historically been
disproportionately repre-
sented among our white
compatriots in the liberation
struggle," and read out the
names of those, past and
present, who were in the
forefront of the country's
struggle for human rights." ❑

THE JEWISH NEWS

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August 1 - 31

Tay Sachs is a rare genetic disease that a baby inherits from both parents
which causes progressive destruction of the central nervous system and
death in early childhood. There is no cure for the disease. Most carriers are
Jews of Eastern European descent.

You should be tested if you are over age 17, of Ashkenazi (Eastern European)
descent, considering marriage or pregnancy, or had been tested for the
disease prior to 1980. Orthodox Dor Yeshorim approach to screening is
available.

For the month of August, Sinai Hospital will offer Tay Sachs screening for a
reduced fee of $15. The normal charge for this test is $90.

Call Sinai Hospital Genetics Counselor Robin Gold at 493-6060 to schedule
your appointment today.

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