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October 29, 1993 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-29

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The new Volkswagen Jetta,,,. The first affordable longest limited powertrain warranty in the business,
German-engineered road car.
10 years or 100,000 miles.
It comes with a special lease, which
See your retailer for details and
includes air, sunroof and AM/FM
a test drive. And don't believe all you
stereo cassette.
hear about more. Sometimes it's a
a month/4 8 months/
And only Volkswagen offers the
lot less than you think.
s1000 dow n payment*

$1 99

The most loved cars in the world.



'Jetta III GL with $15,050 MSRP incl. options fisted
$199 fist month's pmt. 51000 down payment and 5200 refundable security deposit this at lease inception.
Micothty pmts tots $9552. Option to purthase at lease end for $6773. This offer is made to qualified customers by VW Credit Inc. trough partiopattig CA retailers trough 9/30/93. Offer
made only to CA nasdents; vehicles must have CA regist 48-month dosed-end lease available on '93 Jetta III GL sunroof, air cond.. AM/FM stereo cass.. CA emissions
& Best charge. less customer's $1000 dn. pmt. and retailer capitatrzed cost reduction of $500, which could affect final negotiated transaction. Other options. retailer prep.. taxes.
regis. extra. Lessee responsible for insur. At lease end. lessee responsible for 60.10/mile over 60,000 miles and for damage and excessive wear. See your retailer for details.


©1993 Volkswagen Seatbelts save lives. Don't dnnk and drive.'

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New Israel Fund
Refocuses Goals

Washington (JTA) — When
officials from the New Israel
Fund, which has long ad-
vocated Israeli-Palestinian
dialogue, first began plann-
ing a dinner to celebrate
their U.S.- Israel Law
Fellows Project, they had no
idea that Israel and the
Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization would be signing a
peace accord.
But the dinner held here
was a joint celebration of
both the law fellowship's
program's 10th anniversary
and the Israel-PLO agree-
ment signed last month.
Like other groups on the
liberal end of the Jewish
American political spec-
trum, the New Israel Fund,
a group promoting democ-
racy in Israel, is now trying
to figure out its own role in
the changed and changing
Middle East picture.
One of the fund's major
focuses has been Israeli civil
liberties. And the law pro-
gram, which has provided
civil rights training in the
United States for 25 Israeli
lawyers, has been in the
forefront of what its leaders
call a growing civil rights
law movement in Israel.
Israeli lawyer Joshua

Schoffman, once the pro-
gram's first law fellow here
and now legal director of the
fund-supported Association
for Civil Rights in Israel,
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that implementing
the peace accord will allow
the civil rights association to
refocus on Israeli issues.
In recent years, although
most of the association's
work dealt with Israeli
issues, its better-known
cases involved Palestinians.
The association is staffed
in large part by alumni of

One focus has been
Israeli civil

the law program, which pro-
vides Israeli lawyers both
with legal training at a uni-
versity here and internship
at an organization such as
the American Civil Liberties
At the dinner, awards for
civil rights work were given
to Mary Ann Stein, a former
fund president, and Herman
Schwartz, a law professor at
American University.

PLO Accord
Combats Extremism

Jerusalem (JTA) — The ac-
cord with the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization lays
the foundation for a bulwark
Israel needs to combat the
rising threat of Islamic ex-
tremism in the region,
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Rabin said.
Fundamentalists bent on
destroying the peace process
and the "very existence of
Israel" are making inroads
in all Arab countries in the
Middle East, he said.
And it is only a matter of
time, he said, until they
decide to activate the in-
frastructure they have
prepared in other parts of
the world.
That makes it crucial to
exploit the current oppor-
tunity to "reorganize the
situation" in the region and
"create new realities with
Palestinians and neighbor-
ing Arab states."
Mr. Rabin made his
remarks before a group of

about 160 members of a Na-
tional Future Leadership
mission of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
"There are only two ways
to live with our neighbors, in
peace or in war, violence and
terror," Mr. Rabin said.
"There is no third way."
Mr. Rabin referred to the
recent declaration of prin-
ciples negotiated with the
PLO as a "realistic step to
reach the first agreement
ever between Israel and the
Israel's top priority will be
its implementation, which
will prove that agreements
in the region can work, he
He said Israel refuses to be
deterred by "those deter-
mined to carry out terror"
and destroy the peace.
He also stressed that the
government has no intention
of reducing its expenditures
for defense while pursuing
peace. ❑

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