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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-04

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LETTERS

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We prefer letters that relate to articles in the Jewish News. We reserve the right to
edit or reject letters. Brevity is encouraged.
Letters must contain the name, address and title of the writer, and a daytime
telephone number. Original copies must be hand signed. Mail to the Jewish News
at 30301 Northwestern Highway, Suite 200, Farmington Hills, MI 48334;
fax to (248) 539-3075; or e-mail to: rsldar@thejewishnews.com

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U.S. Must Focus
On Finding Killers

Glad To Hear
Move Went Well

In your last issue, the Anti-
Defamation League's national execu-
tive director, Abraham Foxman,
unfairly criticized the Koby Mandell
Act, a bill to create a U.S. govern-
ment office to focus on capturing
Palestinian Arab terrorists who have
harmed American citizens ("Shoot
From The Lip," Sept. 27, page 22).
Foxman claimed that "it would be
a real mistake to set up separate
offices to deal with different groups
of victims. We shouldn't be dividing
victims."
The problem is that the State
Department has already divided
them: cases in which Americans were
murdered by Palestinian Arabs are
ignored — while in cases in which
Americans were murdered by terror-
ists elsewhere overseas, the State
Boruch Saks Departmeni makes every effort to
Oak Park catch the killers and aid the victims.
Not a single indictment has been
brought by the United States against
any Palestinian Arab terrorist
involved in the murders of
Americans in Israel.
Not a single Palestinian Arab killer
Ezekiel "Zeke" Leikin (see obituary
of Americans in Israel is mentioned
page 128) — my friend and a friend
by name on the State Department's
to many — in addition to being high-
"Rewards for Justice" Web site
ly intelligent, articulate and scholarly,
, even
www.rewardsforjustice.net
was very humane with a penchant for
though suspects in other terrorist
regaling people and audiences with
attacks against Americans overseas
great jokes.
are named and their photos are dis-
He was well versed in Jewish and
biblical history and literature in several played.
Palestinian Arab killers of
languages and devoted much of his life
Americans have been rewarded with
to Zionism as the liberation move-
positions in Palestinian Authority
ment of the Jewish people, wherever
leader Yasser Arafat's police force and
found.
have streets and schools named after
Lithuania was a hotbed of Zionism
them — yet the State Department is
in the early years of the 20th century.
silent. Can you imagine how the
Zeke became interested early in the
U.S. government would react if
Revisionist movement of Ze'ev
French terrorists murdered
Jabotinsky and was also active in
Americans and were rewarded by the
Betar.
French government?
Not computer-literate, he would sit
The Koby Mandell Act is an anti-
at a typewriter and compose letters,
discrimination bill; it will put an
articles and essays that required little
end to the State Department's dis-
revision or correction. His book, The
crimination, against American vic-
Beilis Transcripts, about an anti-Semitic
tims of Palestinian Arab terrorism.
blood-libel trial in Russia before
That's why the Zionist Organization
World War I, was a main selection of
of America, American Israel Public
the Jewish Book Club in 1993.
Affairs Committee and the
In an article in the Detroit Jewish
Conference of Presidents of Major
News ("Mr. ZOA," Aug. 25, 2000,
American Jewish Organizations have
page 17), published on his 87th birth-
all publicly endorsed it.
day, Zeke was cautiously optimistic,
Morton A. Klein
retaining a belief that Israel and the
national president,
Jewish people would prevail.
Zionist Organization of America

I was delighted to read that the
Farmington Hills Inn staff and
Home and Aging Services and its
chaplaincy program are working
together to accommodate former Elan
Village residents at their new home
("Adding Jewish Flavor," Sept. 20,
page 34).
I visit Farmington Hills Inn resident
Sarabel Panter, a former Elan Villager,
on a regular basis and she is always
telling me how she is enjoying her
new home. The credit goes to the car-
ing Farmington Hills Inn staff.
As well, I would like to commend
Rabbi Dovid Polter and Shirley Jarcaig
from JHAS on the terrific work they
are doing for these new residents like
Sarabel, by implanting more of a
Jewish presence into the Farmington
Hills Inn community.

MA's Zeke' Lekin:
Zionism Devotee

Leon Warshay

Detroit

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