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March 04, 1994 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-04

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ing quiet precautions. Their ac-
tions came after news of an in-
cident halfway around the
world: An Israeli settler had en-
tered a mosque and killed wor-
shiping Palestinians.
There were reasons for the
boards' concern.
At Temple Israel on Friday,
a receptionist at the main
switchboard received a phone
call between 12:30 and 1:30
p.m. An unidentified man said:
"Death to Temple Israel. Heil
Hitler!"
Temple administrators re-
ported the incident to the West
Bloomfield Police Department.
The caller is still at large, but,
if found, he could be convicted
of a felony: ethnic intimidation.
Temple Israel beefed up se-
curity after the call.
Thomas Jablonski, executive
director of Temple Beth El, said
"We made sure we met the re-
quired needs of a situation."
He added, "If I told you what
our security was, it wouldn't be
security."
Similar sentiments were ex-
pressed at Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue and Hillel Day School.
"We provided a sense of com-
fort for ourselves and our con-
gregation," said Alan Yost,
executive director of Adat
Shalom.
Mr. Yost said extra security
measures will remain in place
for a not-yet-determined
amount of time. The Gulf War
of 1991 was the last incident .
which called for similar mea-
sures.
Temple Emanu-El, the Birm-
ingham Temple, Young Israel
of Oak Woods, Temple Kol Ami,
Congregation B'nai Moshe,
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses,
Beth Achim, Congregation Beth
Shalom and Shir Tikvah did not
take any additional security
measures.
"We felt there were clear
heads in the community. We
didn't contact the police, but we
took the prudent steps of alert-
ing our ushers to keep their
eyes open," said Sy Finkelstein,
president of Beth Shalom. "We
reviewed our procedures and
were satisfied."
Operating at a church in
Troy, Shir Tikvah would not be
an obvious target for any at-
tacks.
"We do have a bit of a cover
by being in a church. We don't
have a prominent location or
structure. I think less people
know where we meet," said Shir
Tikvah's Rabbi Arnie Sleutel-
berg. 0

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