REWARD THEIR COURAGE.
THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALEM
The bomb that struck at the heart of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem on July 31st, killing nine people and
wounding scores of others, intended to inject a sense of terror into a University that is famous for championing
open dialogue and coexistence.
THE COURAGE TO PREVAIL
If you were at the University today, you would see that its students, faculty and staff are determined to prevail
and advance the quality of life in Israel and around the world.
THE UNIVERSITY NEEDS YOUR HELP, NOW
The Israeli government has been forced to cut support for basic university needs. Scholarships and fellowships
have been slashed. Please step up and help provide the crucial funds needed now.
PLEASE SUPPORT THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALEM
American Friends of The Heberw University has been a source of encouragement and support to the University since 1925.
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A delegation from the American
Jewish Committee Metropolitan
Detroit Chapter will travel to
Mexico City Nov. 7-10 to thank
President Vincente Fox for his par-
ticipation in the AJC's 2001 nation-
al annual meeting in Washington,
The group will discuss Mexico's
relationship with Israel, its voting
patterns in the United Nations and
Mexico's Jewish communities.
The delegation will meet with
high-level government officials and
the Israeli ambassador to Mexico.
Special tours and hospitality visits
with members of Mexico City's
Jewish community will be included.
The trip is open to the community.
A special track will be offered to
those interested in developing busi-
Chapter board members Ann
Mandelbaum and George Mann will
chair the mission with the help of
Barry Jacobs, director of strategic
studies in the AJC Washington
office. Sharona Shapiro, Michigan
area director, will staff the trip.
A prerequisite for the trip includes
a briefing by the consul general of
Mexico and Mexican American lead-
ership, planned- by the AJC Metro
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The Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit recently
held a goal-setting day for the
2003 Annual Campaign.
The joint boards of
Federation and the United
Jewish Foundation set the com-
munity goal at $35.5 million.
There will be a challenge fund
to address urgent needs.
Stephen and Nancy Grand have
established it for urgent needs
in Detroit and in Israel. One-
time gifts to the Grand
Challenge Fund will be matched
by the campaign.