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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-10-28

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fronting terrorism straight on.
To do that, the West would first
have to face realities that would
embarrass some of its Arab al-
lies. That could wind up costing
diplomatic advantage, and mon-
ey."
Editorials around the country
unanimously condemned the
bombing. Some went further,
such as the Washington Times,
which warned Mr. Arafat that,
unless he soon makes concrete
changes in the lives of Palestini-
ans in Gaza and Jericho, Hamas
"will continue to find fertile
ground."
Perhaps the Baltimore Sun
was the last paper in the coun-
try to print an editorial about
the incident: Not until last
Monday, almost a full week
after the bombing, did a Sun ed-
itorial state that while Mr.
Arafat refrains from denouncing
terror, "Israelis question his
commitment to peace ... Mr.
Arafat must realize that any
truce with llamas is oppor-
tunistic and temporary on
Hamas' part."

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Wedding gifts usually go for fur-
niture, cameras, sheets, silver-
ware — or old debts. Rebecca
Diamond and Lev Mallinger set
a new precedent for the gelt from
their wedding last May by using
it to start a magazine.
Moving from Los Angeles to
Ojai, a small, mostly agricultur-
al town about 80 miles north of
the city now best known for
hosting the O.J. Simpson trial,
the couple sequestered them-
selves for three months so
they could produce the premier
issue of the quarterly, What's
Next?
Said Ms. Diamond: "We want-
ed to create something new, a lib-
eral [and non-Orthodox] Jewish
periodical that is spiritually in-
clined and reader-friendly for the
unaffiliated and disenfranchised,
alike."
The result is a 27-page black-
and-white magazine with 14 ar-
ticles by such pioneers on the
Jewish spiritual frontier as rab-
bis Laurence Kushner and
Harold Schulweis and writer/so-
cial activist Arthur Waskow.
Five are reprinted from either
books or other Jewish publica-
tions.
Their topics range from writer
Rodger Kamenetz's encounter
with the Dalai Lama to author
Anita Diamant's account of the
movable chairs in the synagogue
she attends: "After a service ...
the chairs are never quite where
they were when the congregation
walked in.. I like to think that re-
flects something about the peo-
ple, too; that they have moved,
too, like the chairs."

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