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December 16, 1994 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-12-16

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NEW YEAR'S EVE 1995

NANCY GURWIN PROUDLY PRESENTS

A NEW MUSICAL REVUE AT THE ,JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

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FROM "Fiddler on the Roof"

The lon-Objective'
Journalist

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I COULD WRITE A BOOK
FROM "Pal Joey"

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MY FAVORITE THINGS
FROM "The Sound of Music"

NANCY GURWIN



LORI MURPHY

DOIN' WHAT COMES NATURALLY
CAN'T GET A MAN WITH A GUN
FROM "Annie Get Your Gun"

GARY.TEMPLE

I COULD HAVE DANCED ALL NIGHT
WOULDN'T IT BE LOVERLY
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ARTHUR J. MAGIDA SPECIAL TO THE JEWISH NEWS

MEDLEY
FROM ''Phantom of the Opera"

inda Gradstein, National
Public Radio's Jerusalem
correspondent, has possibly
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given her critics an oppor-
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tunity to renew their salvos
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against her. She admitted to an
FROM "Man of La Mancha"
interviewer what some might
JAMIE RICHARDS &
DANA STEINGOLD
consider one of the more egre-
NANCY GURWIN
• CASTLE ON A CLOUD
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gious sins of the news business.
FROM "Les Miserables"
FROM "Annie"
"I don't think journalists
NANCY GURWIN
DANA STEINGOLD
should be objective," she main-
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tained. "There's no such thing as
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objectivity. We're people and
everyone comes with their own
baggage.
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journalists based in Israel] do,
too."
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Israel media watchdog groups as
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determinedly anti-Israel. As
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in America) has stated in a
newsletter, 'The perspectives and
rhetorical slant of NPR stories
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only reflect an ignorance of his-
tory, but an extremist political
situation."
In closed-door talks to two
different divisions of The Associ-
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ation of Baltimore, a clearly
irritated Ms. Gradstein told a
reporter that the CAMERA
newsletter had not mentioned
that the alumni magazine inter-
view had appeared in 1988, a
year when she was not working -
as a journalist. She would not
have agreed to such an interview
"if I was working as a journalist."
Although she is now circum-
spect about her politics, she said
her views have "not significantly"
changed since the 1988 Pardes
interview: "I basically said I was
in favor of the peace process. And
I'll admit it: I favor the peace.
process."
In the alumni magazine inter-
view, Ms. Gradstein bared her
political soul as would few work-
ing journalists. But when asked
last week what she would like
Israel to be, she first skirted the
question ("I would not say things
like that today. It's not appropri-
ate"), then stated that at the time
of the Pardes interview], "I was G.
thinking about doing some kind
of Arab-Israeli grass-roots work.
And I still think it's important
that Arabs and Israelis get to
know each other. There's a lot of
hatred, a lot of misconceptions."
Of CAMERA's charges that
her reporting reflects her
"agenda," she said, "I don't have
one. And I don't think NPR would
keep me if I was promoting myc
own agenda. I think of myself as
a 'microphone.' You can't be there,
so I try to capture the situation
as much as I can. I have personal
friends across the political spec-
trum. The rabbi who officiated at
my wedding is a Jewish settler.
Does that make me pro- or anti-

anything?"
Earlier this year, CAMERA's
executive director, Andrea Levin;'
wrote that after the killings of
Palestinians in a Hebron mosque
by a Jewish settler, "NPR turned
quickly to stories that empha-
sized alleged Israeli hatred and
mistreatment of Arabs ...
In a ... segment reported by
Linda Gradstein, Jewish children
in Hebron were presented as bud-
ding Baruch Goldsteins, with
7-year-old expressing the wish)
that 'all Arabs get killed.' That
such sentiments are fostered
among a minuscule number of Is-
raeli children — despite Israel's
having had to endure decades of
assault by Arab terrorists — was
unmentioned."
Last week, Ms. Gradstein re-
sponded that "the story that day
was of a Jewish settler who hate
shot 29 Arabs while they were
praying. I was interested in how
the settler community views

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