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October 20, 1995 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-10-20

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"TOQETHER WE WILL BUILD BRIDQES"

Temple Beth El and
The American Jewish Committee, Detroit Chapter

invite you to join us in worship as we welcome

Implementation has been slow.
At times, it has strained the re-
lationship between Catholic and
Jewish dialogue partners, say
participants.
But most agree that the pope,
through his words and his deeds,
has set a dramatically different
tone within the church.
Despite all the gains, much
work remains before all the ob-
stacles between the Catholic
Church and the Jewish commu-
nity are overcome, say observers
from both faith communities.

Reverend Kenneth Flowers

Pastor, Greater New Mt. Moriah
Baptist Church

Recently returned from Los Angeles where he
guided his congregation throught the turbulence
of 1992, this dynamic young healer and builder is
committed to bringing together city and suburbs,
setting aside boundaries of race and religion.

U.S. Tries, Fails
To Persuade Syria

Washington (JTA) — Once again,
American officials have tried in
vain to jump-start the stalled Is-
raeli-Syrian peace talks.
Secretary of State Warren
Christopher was unable to secure
a pledge to renew peace talks
from Syrian Foreign Minister
Farouk al-Sharaa at a luncheon
meeting.
Instead, Mr. Sharaa told Mr.
Christopher Oct. 5 that Syria
would not resume talks until Is-
rael agrees to a total withdrawal
from the Golan Heights and
drops a demand for an early-
warning station on the strategic
plateau, according to a U.S. offi-
cial.
Syria abruptly broke off talks
in June after senior military offi-
cials from both sides met in
Washington. Damascus halted
the negotiations after disagree-
ments peaked in regard to secu-
rity arrangements that would
accompany a presumed Israeli
withdrawal from part or all of the
Golan Heights.
American officials have been
bitter over Syria's backtracking
on a deal Christopher had struck
to continue high-level face-to-face
meetings.
Israeli officials have denied re-
ports that Israeli Foreign Minis-
ter Shimon Peres met with Mr.
Sharaa at the United Nations.
As Christopher tried to coax
Syria to the negotiating table and
Israel expressed regret that the
sides are not meeting, Syria's gov-
ernment-run media took a hard
line, blaming Israel for the delay.
And Mr. Sharaa, in an address
to the U.N. General Assembly,
took a similar stance.
He called on the United States
to "eliminate the obstacles that
Israel continues to place on the
road to achieving a just and com-
prehensive peace."
In the address, Mr. Sharaa
also criticized Israel's accord with
the Palestinians.
"Israel's rulers do not seek a
genuine, just and comprehensive
peace which would put an end to
strife, occupation and colonial set-
tlement and which would guar-
antee security and stability to
all," he said.

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OCTOBER 27
8:00 P.M.

Please Join Us in Greeting Reverend Flowers at the
Oneg Shabbat Following Services

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