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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-06

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Jerusalem/JTA — Israeli scientists
made a major advance in fighting a
genetic disease that is .common among
A team of researchers at the
Weizmann Institute of Science recent-
ly solved the structure of a 3-D
enzyme whose mutation causes
Gaucher disease. The discovery may
lead to new treatments for the disease,
which causes swelling of the spleen and
liver and may also affect the brain.

Jerusalem Elects
Orthodox Mayor

Jerusalem/JTA — Uri Lupolianski
became the first fervently Orthodox
man elected mayor of Jerusalem.
Lupolianski, who has served as act-
ing mayor since February, took 52 per-
cent of the vote in the municipal elec-
tions, beating millionaire businessman
Nir Barkat, who received 43 percent.
In his victory speech, Lupolianski
said he considered himself the mayor
of all the capital's residents. Barkat said
he would work as a member of the city
council to advance Jerusalem's interests.
In Haifa, Yona Yahav, who ran on
the Shinui list, won the city's mayoral
race, taking 52 percent of the votes.
Yahav's" election marks the first time
Haifa will have a mayor from a party
other than Labor.

`Lost Tribe' Members
Settling In Israel

Jerusalem/JTA — Some 50 members
of the Bnei Menashe community in
northeastern India arrived in Israel.
After the community members, who
say they are members of a lost tribe of
Israel, complete the conversion process,
they will be granted new immigrant
status, Israel Radio reported. Some 700
members of the community have
immigrated to Israel, the report said.

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