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March 04, 1994 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-04

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WERE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE

gencies like the
Jewish Communi-
ty Council and the
AAm erican Jewish
Committee work year-
round trying to open lines
of communication be-
tween Jews and other
groups.
That's why both
sprang into action after
the bridge between the
Jewish and Arab corn-
munities was shaken by
the Feb. 25 killing of
Muslim worshipers by
Dr. Baruch Goldstein.
Each agency immedi-
ately got the word out
that the Jewish commu-
nity was outraged by
what happened at the
mosque inside the Tomb
of the Patriarchs in Jeannie Weiner: "Non stop media."
Hebron.
out right away because many
"We issued a statement the
people don't know the Jewish.
day of the attack and it was
community. There's a lot of mis-
non-stop media after that," said
information out there," said
JCCouncil President Jeannie
Sharona Shapiro, Michigan
Weiner, who was ,interviewed
area director for the AJCom-
on several area television and
mittee. .
radio stations that afternoon
"This act was done by an ex-
and night.
tremist, but people rationalize
"It was very important that
and lump everything together,
we issue a quick and immedi-
saying this is how Jews are re-
ate response which represented
the feelings of the Jewish com-
munity," Ms. Weiner added.
"We needed to express the
absolute horror, anguish and
disgust we felt about the actions
of this murderer.
"From listening to Jewish
people talk at restaurants, the
post office, wherever, the reac-
sponding to the peace process.
tion has been the same: We're
"As Jews, we must make a
horrified about what hap-
commitment to denounce ha-
pened."
tred against all religious and
In an effort to further spread
ethnic groups. We have to make
the word about Jewish reaction,
sure that our neighbors, friends
JCCouncil members have been
and co-workers understand
keeping the phone lines
that we support Israel's role in
buzzing.
the peace initiative and we con-
"The Jewish Community
demn those who try to stymie
Council has many friends in the
it." ❑
Arab community, and we've
been calling them," Ms. Wein-
er said. "I can't say anyone has
been surprised to hear from us,
but they're glad.
"One of the calls I made was
to a Druze leader. He told me
LESLEY PEARL STAFF WRITER
RUTH L1TTMANN STAFF WRITER
he appreciatedthe call because
he knows Jews are people of
snowstorm surprised the
peace. I was very pleased to
city and thousands of
hear him say that."
costumed children en-
The AJCommittee also "went
joyed candy and games
public" quickly, sending letters
this past weekend. It was most-
to the editors of area news-
ly business as usual in Detroit
papers and expressing regret
temples and synagogues.
for the incident and offering
Yet amid the harried drivers
sympathy to the Arab commu-
and Haman look-a-likes, some
nity.
congregation boards were tak-
"It was crucial to get the word

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"There's a lot of
misinformation
out there."

Hate Call Didn't
Stop Purim Fun

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