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dent who just finished her first year at
Magidor admitted that the desire to
Hebrew University, agrees that vio-
maintain an open and pluralistic cam-
lence is not the right path, but under-
pus may have blinded administrators
stands the terrorists' logic.
to security risks.
"Killing people is not the way, and I
"The first reaction was shock," he
pray for peace not just for myself, but
admitted. "We knew we were not
for everyone," Harb said. "But the
immune, but maybe we thought
bombs put pressure on the Israeli gov-
naively that the campus should be
ernment to search out peace."
immune."
Another student, Iran Ben-Ari, did-
The university has provided Zusman
n't go to class last July 31. Three
with an apartment near campus, and
friends who did were badly injured in
she plans to return to her computer
the blast.
studies this fall.
Ben-Ari, 24, still describes himself as
"Life's surely going on but in some
"extreme left," though many of his
ways it's a different life, not like
former political allies have changed
before," she said. "But the answer is
their views since the Palestinian intifa-
not to stay in the house and to be
da began nearly three years ago.
afraid."
"It's our fault. We drove them to
The bombing also changed life for
this,"
Ben-Ari said. Palestinians "are
Billy Shapira, the head of student
living in conditions that don't suit
administration. For a year and a half,
human beings. They cannot leave their
Shapira had chaired the university's
homes, and there is no hope. Of
human resources department. Then
course blowing up bombs is not right,
her sister-in-law, Levina Shapira —
but the way in which Israel handles
who was the head of student adminis-
the situation is wrong also."
tration — died in the bombing.
Yitzak Levin, an American exchange
"Two weeks later, they asked me if I
student who describes himself as a reli-
would take Levina's place," Shapira
gious Zionist, said his determination
said.
Her family, including
Levina's husband, Alex,
encouraged her to take
the new job. 'Alex said
that this way things
that Levina was work-
ing for will be contin-
ued."
Shapira — who has a
picture of Levina over
her desk — knew how
eager her sister-in-law
was to see a new and
modern university cen-
ter, and, since taking
her new position, she
has continued the uni-
Billy Shapira points to her sister-in-law's name on a
versity center project.
Scheduled to open in memorial plaque on the Hebrew University's Mt. Scopus
campus in Jerusalem.
October, the building
will be a high-tech,
central information center for students to continue his studies in Jerusalem
has never wavered. The blast, which
while providing new office space for
he witnessed from outside the cafete-
Shapira's department.
ria, may even have strengthened his
Despite her pain, Shapira said she is
desire to be in Israel during this diffi-
not angry with Arabs in general, only
with the particular people who planted cult time.
"We see from the Israelis that we
the bomb.
can't let terrorism dissuade us from
"We don't hate the Arabs; we under-
our goals. The best thing we can do is
stand their needs," she said. "But they
carry on," Levin said.
need to understand that killing us is
That's the lesson university adminis-
not the way to achieve peace. We want
trators draw as well. "Now we are in a
peace, and my family, we have paid
crisis but eventually there will be
our portion for this peace."
peace, and we are still committed to
that," Magidor said. "We are saddened
Student Voices
and disappointed, but this does not
change our resolve." El_
Rwan Harb, a 19-year-old Arab stu-

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