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April 11, 2003 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-04-11

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Berlin Awaiting
Shoah Memorial

Berlin/JTA — Construction has begun
on the Holocaust memorial in Berlin,
four years after the German
Parliament approved its design.
In ceremonies, German legislator
Wolfgang Thierse said the memorial
was expected to be finished in two
years, in time to mark the 60th
anniversary of the end of World War II.
Meanwhile, visitors to the site will
be able to watch construction and read
about the project's development.
The memorial, designed by
American architect Peter Eisenman,
will consist of 2,700 cement steles,
some up to 15 feet high, on a huge
site near the Brandenburg Gate.
A documentation and information
center will be created under the
memorial. The design was approved in
1999 by Parliament after more than
10 years of debate and discussion, and
is expected to cost some $22 million.

Arson Damages
Kosher Restaurant

Paris/JTA — A fire at a kosher restau-
rant near Paris was arson, police said.
The window of the restaurant in
Epinay-sur-Seine, in the northern sub-
urbs of the capital, was smashed early
April 3 and flammable material was
thrown into the building.
The restaurant was empty at the
time of the attack. Police have yet to
establish whether the motivation was
anti-Semitic.
In a related development, French
Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy visit-
ed the offices of a Zionist youth move-
ment in Paris where two Jewish youths
were beaten up during an anti-war
demonstration in March.
Addressing the upper house of the
French legislature April 3, Sarkozy

also condemned demonstrators who
had carried flags showing a swastika
in the middle of an Israeli flag.
Sarkozy said it was disgraceful that
a swastika should be associated with
one of the world's great democra-
cies."

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American Activist
Wounded As Shield

Jerusalem/JTA — An American
activist was wounded in the West
Bank, apparently by Israeli gunfire.
A member of the International
Solidarity Movement said Brian Avery,
24, of New Mexico, was shot in the
face by Israeli forces in an armored
personnel carrier while acting as a
human shield in the West Bank city of
Jenin, the Associated Press reported.
One of the group's .members said
Avery was wearing clothing clearly
identifying him as a foreign activist.
The Israeli army said there were
exchanges of fire in the area at the
time between Israeli troops and armed
Palestinians, and it was not certain
Avery was shot by Israeli forces.

Lieberman Raises
$3 Million

Washington/JTA — Democratic presi-
dential candidate Joseph Lieberman,
D-Conn., raised several
million dollars less in the first quarter
of 2003 than some of his challengers.
The Lieberman campaign
announced that it had raised $3 mil-
lion since the year began.
Sens. John Kerry, D-Mass., and
John Edwards, D-N.C., received close
to $7 million each.
Lieberman spokesman Jano Cabrera
said the showing is due to a late start
in fund-raising because the campaign's
finance director did not begin her
work until late February.

German Fund Eyes
Spielberg's Help

Berlin/JTA — Germany's slave labor
fund will seek help from Steven
Spielberg to record testimony from
World War II survivors.
Officials with the multibillion-dollar
fund, some of which is to be used for
education, said they would seek help
from Spielberg to interview up to
1,000 former slave laborers.
Spielberg's U.S.-based foundation

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