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Semitism."
Rabbi Lerner is second to none when
it comes to criticizing Israel's military
presence in Gaza and the West Bank,
but he was also a forceful critic of the
anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism
expressed by elements of the anti-Iraq
war movement earlier this year. "We are
the part of the progressive world that
refuses to be silenced about anti-
Semitism, even as we seek changes in
Israeli policies," he said.
Rabbi Lerner said planners expect
several hundred" participants at next
week's conference; delegates will meet
with members of Congress and staffers.
Participants will urge the Bush
administration to change the Mideast
road map to emphasize at the start the
kind of Palestinian state that could be
created if both sides pursue common
ground.
And the group will advocate on
behalf of neutral peacekeeping forces
for the region, something most pro-
Israel groups oppose.

"

Spotlighting Syria

This week, the Bush administration
was focusing much of its attention on
Iran, which officials say continues to
support terror groups, including Al
Qaida.
But local Jewish groups in the
Washington area don't want the admin-
istration to overlook the contribution
to terrorism and instability in the
region by an axis-of-evil wannabe:
Syria.
The Jewish Community Council of
Greater Washington and the American
Jewish Committee sponsored a protest
at the Syrian embassy to call attention
to that country's support for Hezbollah,
Islamic Jihad and other terror groups,
and to express support for the Syria
Accountability Act — pending legisla-
tion that promises sanctions unless
Damascus mends it errant ways.
"We hope to demonstrate to the
administration that it will have the
strong backing of the Jewish communi-
ty if it gets tough with Syria," said
Ronald Halber, the Community
Council's executive director. "We
believe the administration is right in
trying to convince Syria through all
means necessary that their sponsorship
of terrorism must come to an immedi-
ate end."
But not all means; the administration
is still balking at supporting the sanc-
tions legislation, which it opposed last
year on the grounds that it represented
improper congressional meddling in
foreign policy. Fi

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