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November 01, 2002 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-01

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THE ISSUE

Despite ongoing Palestinian vio-
lence, anti-Israel resolutions at the
United Nations and the European
Union's pro-Palestinian sympathies,
this week Israeli Prime Minister
Ariel Sharon's coalition government
agreed to work with all parties in
the pursuit of peace.

BEHIND THE ISSUE

Expressing some reservations, Israel
nevertheless accepted the negotiat-
ing principles of the "quartet," con-
sisting of the United States, the
European Union, Russia and the
United Nations. Under the princi-
ples, a permanent settlement
between Israel and the Palestinians
will be advanced in three stages:
first, calm and stabilization; then,
establishment of a temporary
Palestinian state; and finally, a per-
manent settlement by 2005.
Political, security and economic
reform in the Palestinian Authority
are firmly stipulated. Successful
completion of this reform will lead
to a Palestinian state.

— Allan Gale, Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan Detroit

have killed one or more members of
our Jewish community, or anyone as a
matter of fact," said Lilly Warnick, 68,
a retired college administrator at
Tacoma Community College and a
member of Beth El for 49 years.
"I'm not scared, but I think wherev-
er you live in the world now there's
concern," she said. "I think the Israelis
have given us a good model. You just
go about doing what you're doing and
try to be as vigilant as possible."
Homebuilder Joe Mayer, 33, said he
feels safer knowing that Muhammad
and Malvo are "no longer on the
street." Mayer's son Ethan, 3, is in a
Jewish day care program at the syna-
gogue, where his wife, Gloria, works.
"It's a little more scary sending
them," he said, "but you would never
change your routine for this kind of
activity."
The ADL's Goldberg is trying to
_schedule a meeting with Washington
Governor Gary Locke to stress the
need to secure Jewish institutions.
Goldberg also met with Locke after
the arson attempt, and the governor
responded by asking the Washington
State Patrol to monitor Jewish institu-
tions when they hold activities and to
conduct undercover sweeps at night. ❑

ANTIQUES, ESTATE
FINE JEWELRY
& WATCHES

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