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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-03

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The Anti-Defamation League presents:

3 films, 3 weeks apart for 53 each

Beth El Plans
Learning Series

Temple Beth El's Director of Education
Elizabeth Bloch will present a three-part
series as part of Beth El's adult educa-
tion program.
The series, "Bless Me, Too!: Parental
Favoritism and Sibling Rivalry in the
Bible," will be offered Wednesdays, Oct.
8, 15 and 22, at 7 p.m. The charge is
$15 for members and $20 for non-
members.
Beginning in October, Rabbi Daniel
Syme will present the first of two series
geared especially to interfaith couples,
"Understanding Services," on three
Wednesdays, Oct. 22 and 29 and Nov.
5, at 7 p.m. There is no charge for this
program.
For information or to register, con-
tact the Temple Beth El Religious
School office, (248) 865-0612.

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Common Ground
Dialogues Slated

"Different People — Common
Ground," an initiative of the National
Conference for Community and Justice,
is intended to improve inter-group rela-
tions throughout metropolitan Detroit.
A special program will be offered to
members of the Arabic, Jewish and
Chaldean communities on three consec-
utive Tuesdays, Oct. 14, 21, 28, at the
Mother of God Catholic Church,
25585 Berg Road, Southfield.
The program is a nine-hour (3 three-
hour sessions) facilitated dialogue series
designed to build understanding, respect
and communications among people.
To participate, call Rose Giffen or
Trish Hubbell, (313) 567-6225.



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A powerful one-hour documentary that reveals a side of the Middle East story that
many don't know about. It examines the history of the Middle East conflict and how
the Peace process tragically unraveled in a surge of violence in 2000.

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Issues of love, loyalty, and faith are set on a collision course in this award-winning
drama about a respected Orthodox rabbi who forms a military unit comprised of
his students to return Jerusalem's Dome of the Rock to the control of Israel.

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Are You Puzzled
By Prayers?

Rabbi Herbert Yoskowitz will present
Adat Shalom's opening lunch-and-
learn series of the season, "Puzzles in
the Prayerbook," on Thursdays, Oct.
16, 23, 30.
The group will explore items in
Siddur Sim Shalom, using the recently
published commentary Or Hadash as a
guide.
The programs will run from noon
to 1:30 p.m. There is a $10 charge per
session. Reservations are required by
the Friday before each talk. Call
Charlotte Fiszbein, (248) 851-5100.



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This film follows four Muslim teens throughout a day of their lives. The teens are from
various regions across the world; Malaysia, Lebanon, Dearborn, MI, and South Africa.
The video crew follows these teens to school, basketball, family dinners and more.

* Following the film, a talk-back will be held

Films will be shown
at the Emagine Theatre

For more information or to purchase
tickets, contact the ADI. at 248-0444440

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