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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-07-26

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New Brunswick/JTA — A New Jersey
synagogue is renaming its school after
Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel
Pearl. Pearl was kidnapped and slain
by terrorists in Pakistan in January.
Temple B'nai Shalom of East
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French Premier
Blasts Racism

Paris/JTA — France's prime minister
condemned recent anti-Semitic acts in
France as an insult to the nation.
He promised that those who com-
mit anti-Semitic acts would be found
and punished.
He made the comments at a cere-
mony marking the 60th anniversary of
a roundup of Jews in France. On July
16-17, 1942, French officials herded
13,152 Jews into the Velodrome
d'Hiver, a Paris stadium, from which
they were deported to German death
camps.

Iran Blocked
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New York/JTA — Iran paid
Argentina's former president $10 mil-
lion to cover up-Tehran's role in the
1994 bombing of a Buenos Aires
Jewish community center, according
to the New York Times.
Citing a witness' testimony in a
leaked secret transcript, the Times
reported that the payoff to Carlos
Menem explains why the blast at the
AMIA center, which killed 85,
remains unsolved.

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