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December 03, 1993 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-03

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YESHIVA page 16

Yossi Baumol and Chana Johnson discuss the battle for Jerusalem.

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which is also active in finding
housing for families who want
to live within the gates of
Jerusalem.
`There is no more room in the
Old City for Jews," said Ms.
Johnson, author of A United
Jerusalem: The Story of Ateret
Cohanim. `The Jewish Quarter
is completely full. We have
about 100 families on our wait-
ing list."
In response to a question
about obtaining homes from the
Arabs, Mr. Baumol told those
present about the complications
of acquiring new homes.
"Every time an Arab sells
property to a Jew, he is liable to
be killed," he said. "Every time
a sale happens we have to cov-
er up for the Arab. For exam-
ple, right now there is a
protected Arab family living in
midtown Manhattan."
Mr. Baumol talked about the
danger factor of living in the

Muslim Quarter.
"You have to distinguish be-
tween the danger for those who
live there and those who are vis-
itors," he said. 'They (the Arabs)
know who lives there and you
have to be careful. We have se-
curity and most of the danger
comes from the outside. The av-
erage Jew really has nothing to
fear."

"There is no more
room in the Old City
for Jews."

Chana Johnson

More than half of all Israelis
are supportive of a Jewish pres-
ence in the Muslim Quarter, ac-
cording to a survey cited by Mr.
Baumol.
"A lot of our donations come
from people in Israel who just
want to help us out," he said. ❑

Forget The Roses,
Go For The Matzah!

RUTH UTTMANN STAFF WRITER

M

aa-tzah! Maa-
tzah! MAT-
ZAH!
The knee-
padded players, panti-
ng and muddy, chanted
their final battle cry
just seconds before Ken
Rosen, Matthew Chas-
nick, Eric Gold, Bert
Green, Steve Rein-
heimer and Bryan Fel-
man won the game.

Ken Rosen's
team won the
game.

Ken Rosen, Brian Giles and Howard Eisenstadt.

Yes, the third official
Matzah Bowl took place Sun-
day morning on the frosty
fields at Groves High School
in Beverly Hills, Mich.
The event marked the Yid-

dish Football League's 1993
championship, a culmination
of 32 games played by six
teams of local Jewish men be-
tween the ages of 25 and 31.
Forget the Blue Bonnet, the

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