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ing with terrorists from Gaza to
detonate explosives in the mid-
dle of Beersheba.
When aberrations like these
occur, alarm bells go off among
many Israelis, especially the
hardline right-wing. In the 1992
election the Tsomet party, which
is now running on a joint list with
the Likud and David Levy's
Gesher party, said: "All Arabs
within the borders of Eretz Yis-
rael are the enemy. All of them
have the same aspiration and all
of them express it in a similarly
violent way."
Israeli Arabs hear these bells
too, and go on the defensive. Af-
ter the arrest of the driver in the
Dizengoff attack, Hussein
Suleiman, an Arab municipal
leader, said: "Somebody like this
does not represent even a small
minority within a minority of the
Israeli Arab community. An en-
tire community cannot be judged
on the basis of the actions of one
rotten individual. Arabs and

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Israeli history bears him out.
Israel's Arabs have never taken
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of war, and the number of ter-
rorists among them are out-
numbered many, many times
over by those who have died
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Visiting the wounded and the
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cent battle in South Lebanon,
President Ezer Weizman said
that the odd "scoundrel" could be
found in both the Arab and Jew-
ish populations. "We must not
turn all the Arabs in Israel into
our enemies at a time when we
are trying to achieve peace," he
said.
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group of Lubavitchers in
Israel recently started dis-
tributing little sealed cups
of mikvah water in which
the late Lubavitcher Rebbe Men-
achem Mendel Schneerson had
bathed.
Rabbi Yisrael Halperin of
Herzellia took the water 13 years
ago from the Rebbe's mikvah in
Brooklyn, Yediot Aharonot re-
ports. He and his group of Lubav-
itchers who argue that the Rebbe
is the messiah do not charge for
the cups, but ask people to donate
money to charity.
They also advise people to ei-
ther drink the water or pour it on
the body of a sick person and to
then publicize the miracles that
are sure to follow, according to

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Yediot Aharonot.

Most Lubavitchers, however,
have no intent to drink or do any-
thing else with this water, Yediot
Aharonot reports. In fact, many
of them are criticizing Rabbi
Halperin and his group for going
too far.
"I am shocked," said Men-
achem Broad, the Lubavitch
movement's spokesman in Israel.
"I could not imagine such things."

Not Exactly The
Little Blue Box

Every month for 12 years,
Shoshana Changal-Citrin of New
York sent $2,000 to her friend
Margalit Bibi of Tel Aviv.
Ms. Bibi, 57, told Mrs. Citrin,
45, that she gave the money to
the needy in the Hatikvah neigh-
borhood, a poverty-stricken sec-
tion of Tel Aviv where they grew
up, according to the Yediot

Aharonot.

But three years ago, after
hearing rumors that her money
did not go where it was supposed
to go, Mrs. Citrin discovered,
through the work of a private de-
tective, that Ms. Bibi was keep-
ing the money for herself,
according to Yediot Aharonot.
This not only greatly upset
Mrs. Citrin — who had married
a wealthy Jewish American doc-
tor and hoped that the charity
would keep evil spirits from tak-
ing away her good fortune — but
also Judge Edna Beckenstein,
who sentenced Ms. Bibi to a year
in prison and gave her a $10,000
fine.
This, Yediot Aharonot notes,
is highly unusual. "It has been
many years since a sickly older
woman, with no criminal back-
ground, was sent to prison for
fraud."

Way Too Young

The age of Israeli female mod-
els is dropping like consumer
spending in a recession.
The latest trend in the Israeli
modeling industry has fallen
from the too-young previous pop-
ular age of 16 to the way-too-
young age of 12, according to

Maariv.

Israel has a law against em-
ploying children under the age of
15 during the school year and age
14 in the summer. But the mod-
eling industry gets around this
by having its different compo-
nents — like the advertising
agencies and modeling agencies
— blame each other, Maariv re-
ports.
"The advertising agency
claims that the modeling agency
sent the kids. The modeling

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