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September 26, 2003 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-26

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This Week

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there are no winners.

NO
MAN

IS*AN

ISLAND

Bloomfield
Titinship.

Every day turmoil and conflict tug at the heart of the
Middle East. Young soldiers die. Freedom is lost. The men
and women of the Israel Defense Forces risk their lives
daily in hope for freedom and peace.

Synagogue
Vandalized

Fighting for their families, their homeland and their right
to live in a land free of terrorism, this is one war that no
one can ignore. Now, amidst the struggle they face, we
must give all our support to these brave heroes through
whatever means we can.

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Please join us as the Michigan Friends of the IDF hosts its
annual Solidarity Benefit to honor and support the brave
young men and women of the IDF. Help us help the Israel
Defense Forces in an effort to move forward towards
freedom. Let's assure our soldiers that they are not
alone... let's assure them that no man is an island.

Michigan Friends of the Israel Defense Forces

7th Annual Solidarity Dinner

ersons passing by Congregation
Chaye Olam Tuesday could view
bright spray-painted symbols and letters
and a broken window on the side of the
building at the corner of West Maple
and Inkster.
"I received a call in the morning from
a workman who told me there was a bro
ken window and lots of graffiti on one
side of the building," said the synagogue,
spiritual leader, Cantor Stephen Dubov.
"When I got there, I saw that some

October 16, 2003, 6:00 PM

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Southfield, Michigan

Marcia & Eugene Applebaum

Lois &

The Honorable

Avern Cohn

Ann Newman

Honoree
Rabbi
Irwin Groner

The Honorable

Amy Hathaway-Groner &

The Honorable

Dr.

David Groner

Joel Groner

Doreen Hermelin

Shari & Non Kaufman

Malke & Gary Torgow

Lisa & Gary Shiffman

Donor tickets: $180 per person (Includes dinner and program)
For ticket and sponsorship information please call (248) 203-2060
Michigan Friends of the IDF • PO BOX 999 • WALLED LAKE, MI 48390

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Threatening
Arafat

Dinner Chairs

Co-Honorary Chairs

Guest Speaker
Ambassador
Alon Pinkas

Last week's
jewish.cdm
Survey ques-
tion asked:
Do you
think that
Israel
should halt
threats to
expel
Palestinian
Authority
President Yasser Arafat: Of 169
respondents, 56 (33 percent) said
yes, 113 (67 percent) said no.
Next week's question: Do you
• think that American Jewry should
take an example from the Reform
movement and observe Rosh
Hashanah for one day instead of
two?
To vote, click on wwwjewiskoom

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