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August 11, 1995 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-08-11

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If Israelis don't recognize that
their countrymen are still enti-
tled to define and redefine the
Zionist dream and even struggle
for it, then we worry about com-
placency.
Ask the black leadership in
this country, who have gone from
the hard work and tears of the
civil-rights movement, what it is
like not to remember where you
came from and what you must
keep doing. They'd tell you that
when the black-middle and up-
per-middle classes arrived, new
goals weren't taken as seriously,
not worked on as hard. The re-
sult is an urban tragedy, where
drugs and single parenthood are
the rule.
In Israel, day-to-day existences
will move you off the guard that
got you to this level of success.
The hostilities that surrounded
you in 1948, 1967, 1973, the years
before and way beyond, are still
out there. They want you to go
shopping, they want you to go to
the movies. And when a coun-
tryman gets arrested for block-
ing a road to a settlement, they
want you not to care. ❑

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The next session of Temple
Emanu-El's Adult Hebrew and
Introduction to Judaism courses
will begin on Thursday, Sept. 14.
The courses meet for 13 weeks
and are open to all members of
the community.
The Introduction to Judaism
course will meet from 8-9:30 p.m.
and cover topics such as holidays,
life cycle events, prayer, worship,
history, and God-concepts. One
session of the course is devoted
to the topic "Choosing Judaism."
Those interested in learning
more about Judaism are wel-
come as well as those who may
be contemplating conversion to
Judaism. A Beginning Hebrew
course precedes the Introduction
to Judaism course and can be
taken separately or concurrent-
ly with Introduction to Judaism.
For information and to regis-
ter, contact the Temple Emanu-
El Education Center, 967-4023.

Publicity
Deadlines

The normal deadline for local
news and publicity items is
noon Thursday, eight days pri-
or to issue date. The deadline
for birth announcements is 10
a.m. Monday, four days prior
to issue date; out-of-town obit-
uaries, 10 a.m. Tuesday, three
days prior to issue date.

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