The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit
and the Jewish Community Council
cordially invite you to attend
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THE FEDERATION FORUM
an open discussion with
political leanings, use the term
hashtachim to refer either to the
West Bank alone or to the West
Bank and Gaza together.
Ms. Applebaum also writes
that "in America and elsewhere
outside Israel," those who advo-
cate Israel's abandonment of the
territories often opt for "West
Bank" as a political statement,"
yet she admits that the Western
press as a whole adopted the
term "West Bank." The use of
this term in newspapers
throughout the English speak-
ing world affirms its position as
the standard English reference
to the area in question. It is the
term 'Judea and Samaria,' there-
fore, which arises from explicit
Finally, Ms. Applebaum
GOVERNOR JOHN ENGLER & HOWARD WOLPE
Monday, October 17, 1994
11:30 a.m. — 1:30 p.m.
1500 Town Center, Southfield
dairy lunch $20 per person
(Kosher meal provided with advance payment)
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Jewish Community Council
Please respond on the form below and return to Fern Hoberman-Kepes,
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit, PO Box 2030, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303-2020
I will be pleased to join you for The Federation Forum. My check for
($20 per person), payable to the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit, is enclosed.
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Rabbi Cook is one of three Flo-
rence Melton Adult Mini-School
instructors this year. He will
teach a 15-session course titled
"The Purposes of Jewish Living,"
which will meet second semester.
The Florence Melton Adult
Mini-School will open the week
of Oct. 10 with a Monday morn-
ing class in West Bloomfield and
Thursday night class in Oak
Park. For information, call Nan-
cy Kaplan or Sandy Loeffler,
I would like a kosher lunch (fruit plate).
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TAKE VINCE AND LARRY'S
CRASH COURSE IN SAFETY BELTS.
Adult learners who are consider-
ing enrolling in the new Florence
Melton Adult Mini-School of
Metro Detroit are invited to "A
Taste of Melton," a sample mini-
lesson taught by Rabbi Julian
Cook Oct. 3 at 7:30 p.m. hosted
by the Midrasha Center for Adult
Jewish Learning in the AJE
"Folks should remind
others to wear their safety
belts. Remember, there could
be a dummy in your car"
Designica will host a benefit for
the Kids Like Us charity — a
non-profit organization dedicat-
ed to the enrichment of children
with 111V and AIDS – Oct. 13.
Painter Richard Kozlow will
create a theme painting marking
this event which will be repro-
duced in limited edition posters
(numbered and signed) available
for purchase at the event.
The charity is from 6-9 p.m. at
6239 Orchard Lake Road in the
Sugar Tree Shopping Square.
Tickets are tax-deductible.
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claims that the territory in ques-
tion has been called Judea and
Samaria by Jews, scholars and
geographers since Biblical times.
Is she suggesting that Israel, by
a remarkable coincidence, con-
quered territory that traces pre-
cisely the lines of Judea and
Samaria? In truth, the Biblical,
scholarly and geographic region
of Judea and Samaria is largely
coextensive with, but not identi-
cal to, the West Bank.
The West Bank" remains the
only clear way to refer to that
specific territory and the use of
the term "Judea and Samaria" is
part of a political attempt to
maintain hegemony over the re-
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