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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-04

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ontents

A 2001 Michigan Press Association

Newspaper of the Year

www.detroitjewishnews.com

•• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •






This Week

14 Israel Targeted

Divestment conference at the University of Michigan

raises issues of anti-Semitism and support for terrorism. •





Crossing
The Line

he University of Michigan's host-
ing of what is billed as the
"Second National Student
Conference on the Palestine Solidarity
Movement" brewed up a firestorm of
controversy — and rightly so.
The Oct. 12-14 conference on the Ann
Arbor campus is sponsored by SAFE
(Students Allied for Freedom and
Equality), representing Muslim and Arab-
American groups locally and nationally.
This stated goal of the forum — "the
end of the "Israeli occupation of ... all
Arab lands" — is unarguably anti-Jewish
and inciteful.
The fallout from U-M's involvement in
such a meeting, even if university officials
clearly disassociate themselves from it
philosophically, is explored on pages 14-
15. A related editorial appears on page
29. We invite your thoughts.

Shabbat shalom!

te9deell•fot.-

Robert A. Sklar, editor

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Opinion

Entertainment

29 Deploring Anti-
Semitism

69 Voice Of Our People

U-M off track in hosting forum
with anti-Jewish overtones.

Food

Community

93 Easy Recipes

34 Heirs To The Bench?

Two Jewish candidates aim

Chava Alberstein will
perform in Royal Oak.

Tried-and-true favorites
are best for company.

to follow in fathers' footsteps.

Spirituality

Obituaries

128 Ezekiel Leikin

57 Sukkah Snacking

Zeke, The Zionist

Chaplains help seniors
experience Sukkot mitzvah.

Audrey Kron

Friday, Oct. 4, 2002 . 04
Tishrei 28, 5763
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DEPARTMENTS
Alefbet'cha
11
Anniversaries
54
AppleTree
100
B'nai Mitzvah . .49
Business
65
Calendar
44
Candlelighting . . . 11
Community •
34
Crossword
122
Danny Raskin . . .88
Editor's Notebook . .5
Engagements
52
For Openers
11
Health
68
Insight
27
Letters
6
Marketplace
103
New Arrivals
49
Obituaries
128
Out & About
.70
Staff Notebook
.12
Synagogues
61
Torah Portion . . . 63
Weddings
53

Cover:
U.S. Capitol, AP
Candidates, Krista Husa
Page design, Alex Lurnelsky

Compassionate Fighter

129 Boaz Siegel

Arts &

A Giant Of Law

©COPYRIGHT 2002
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CAPITOL
STAKES

Cover Story page 16
Capitol Stakes

Challenger David Fink takes on
incumbent Joe Knollenberg in
new 9th congressional district.

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