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July 12, 2002 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-07-12

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academics to boycott Israel.
Academics around the world con-
demned the firings. Professor Stephen
Greenblatt, a Shakespeare scholar at
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Mass., described Baker's actions as
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ing the murders in 1944.
Engel, 93, maintained he was a pas-
sive observer and did not supervise the
executions. Engel expressed regret for
the massacre, but insisted the killings
were justified by the rules of war.

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Internet Hate
On Increase

Los Angeles/JTA — Extremist activity
on the Internet has increased since the
Sept. 11 terror attacks in America,
according to the Simon Wiesenthal
Center.
"Extremist groups are undoubtedly
spending more of their efforts online,"
Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate dean,
said about the center's annual report,
"Digital Hate 2002."
Researchers who examined some
25,000 Web sites per month identified
3,300 as "problematic," up from 2,600 a
year ago, according to the report.
Rabbi Cooper said the center was
particularly disturbed by a game called
"Kaboom!" in which the computer
user plays a suicide bomber.

Europe Culture Day
Draws 120,000,

New York/JTA — More than 120,000
visitors took part in activities across
Europe on the third annual European
Day of Jewish Culture, organizers said
Tuesday.
Some 500 events, including exhibits,
concerts, conferences and the opening
of Jewish heritage sites to the public,
took place June 16 in 230 towns and
cities in 22 European countries.

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