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October 18, 2002 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-18

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A 2002 Michigan Press Association

.

General. Excellence winner

Allen Olender of
West Bloomfield
holds a large
Israeli flag during a
1,000-person pro-Israel
rally Oct. 10 at the
University of Michigan
in Ann Arbor.

Rallying For Israel

This Week

7111

29 From 'Bomb Them'
To 'I Want Proof'

he pro-Israel community united this
past week to rally against the "Second
National Student Conference on the
Palestine Solidarity Movement," held
Oct. 12-14 at the University of Michigan in
Ann Arbor.
Organizers of the conference want American
universities to divest their financial and academic
associations with Israel.
But at a pro-Israel counter-rally, signs lifted
high read, "Divestment is based on hate."
With team coverage beginning on page 20,
Jewish News Special Writer Don Cohen reports
on the conference's pro-Palestinian speakers,
both Arab and Jew.
Cohen and JNSpecial Writer Karen Schwartz,
a U-M student from West Bloomfield, also
chronicle several pro-Israel counter-rallies. In
addition, JN Student Intern Adam Gardin, a
high school senior at the Jewish Academy of
Metropolitan Detroit in West Bloomfield, gives
his personal account of a pro-Israel rally he
attended with 100 classmates.
Another sign held aloft reflected the consensus
of the pro-Israel protesters: "We offered peace,
they gave war."

B'Shalom,

0411;h Stidt4

US. Jews speak out on a possible
war with Iraq.

94 Rediscovered Pioneer

Local interest stirs Detroit
showing of Maurice Golubov.

32 Uncertain Times

Federation sets positive goal
of $35.5 million for 2003.

Food

103 Nippy Outside

Opinion

Fat-free still in season
with warm comfort foods.

41 Granholm For Michigan

Star quality for
the governor's office.

Sports

Community

Sports Foundation names four
to Jewish hall of time.

114 Hall Of Famers

47 Home Suite Home

Assisted living floor opens
at Prentis Jewish Apts.

New Arriva s
Obituaries .
. .142
Sports .
.114
Staff Notebook . .15
Synagogues
.78
The Scene
108
Torah Portion . .80
Weddings . . .. .68

Cover:
Photography, Angie Baan
Page design, Alex Lumelsky

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Obituaries

142 Lois Sandberg

Spirituality

ORT's Angel

71 Respond With Majesty

Esther Jungreis urges women
to increase Jewish commitment-.

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS



Cover Story page 20

Rallying For Israel

Jewish students protest pro-Palestinian
divestment forum at the University of
Michigan.

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