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This Week

News Digest

Soccer Star Gets
Israeli Citizenship

Arsonists Hit Jewish
Grocery Near Paris

Jerusalem/JTA — Israel granted citi-
zenship to a foreign player on the
Maccabi Petach Tikva soccer
team, clearing the way for him to play
on Israel's national team.
The move could lead the way for
Morad Megamedov's participation in
an upcoming match against Slovenia
this weekend, Israel Radio reported.
Interior Minister Avraham Poraz said
he was recognizing Megamedov and
two other athletes for their contribu-
tion to Israel.
But Israel's attorney general objected
to the move, saying it bypassed rou-
tine proceedings. Cabinet Minister
Zevulun Orley of the National
Religious Party said he would bring
the matter before the government
because he did not think citizenship
decisions should be left to the discre-
tion of the interior minister.

Paris/JTA — A Jewish grocery store
near Paris was gutted in an arson attack.
Trash cans and mattresses were set
alight and thrown in to the Hyperiol
supermarket in Creteil, the largest Jewish
community in the Paris suburbs. Police
said two youths were arrested later that
night and are helping the investigation.

Eric Rudolph Hates
Jews, Says In-Law

New York/JTA — The U.S. white
supremacist who was arrested over the
weekend as the lead suspect in four
bombings, including an attack at the
1996 Olympics in Atlanta, "hated •
Jews more than probably any other
race," his former sister-in-law,
Deborah Rudolph, told ABC's Good
Morning America.
Eric Rudolph was arrested in west-
ern North Carolina after a five-year
search by investigators.

Hearing Aid Guide
For Observant Deaf

New York/JTA — The Orthodox
Union has issued a guide for using
hearing devices on Jewish holidays.
The guidebook addresses permissible
ways of using electronic hearing
devices on Shabbat and holidays,
when it is forbidden to activate electri-
cal flow. Written by Rabbi Mordechai
Shuchatowitz of Baltimore, an author-
ity on Jewish law and the father of
deaf children, the guide argues that
leniency in specific situations is a
mitzvah.
Shuchatowitz is planning a second
book on how deaf people can observe
commandments related to hearing,
such as listening to the shofar on the
High Holidays and hearing the
megillah read on Purim.

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Jews Try To Help
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Birmingham/JTA — Jews in
Birmingham, Ala., are trying to find a
bone marrow match for a Palestinian
woman living in California.
Maha Khalaf, 27, is suffering from
non-Hodgkins lymphoma. Her uncle,
Dr. Omar Khalaf, lives in
Birmingham. Because studies have
found that Jews and Palestinians have
similar genetic makeups, Khalaf says,
"Maha has the greatest potential of
finding a match among Palestinians
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Chicago/JTA — Readers of the
Chicago Tribune are complaining
about an editorial cartoon they see as
anti-Semitic.
The cartoon, which appeared last
week, depicts President Bush laying
down dollar bills in front of a heavyset
man with large nose and Star of David
on his jacket. The man, who is meant
to be Ariel Sharon, says, "On second
thought, the pathway to peace is look-
ing a bit brighter."
The Tribune's ombudsman, Don
Wycliff, said he agrees that the cartoon
reinforces anti-Semitic stereotypes.

Rabbi's Daughter
Dies On Ride

New York/JTA — The daughter of a
New Jersey rabbi plunged to her death
from a roller coaster in Indiana.
Tamar Fenner, 32, was a roller coaster
enthusiast who fell off the Raven roller
coaster this weekend at the Holiday
World & Splashin Safari amusement park
in Santa Claus, Ind., the New York Daily
News said. Fellner's fiance watched in hor-
ror as the woman plunged 80 feet

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