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October 24, 2003 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-24

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Penn Dedicates
A New Hillel

Philadelphia/JTA — A new Hillel has
opened at the University of
Pennsylvania.
The 812 million Steinhardt Hall is
named after New York philanthropist
Michael Steinhardt, chairman of Jewish
Renaissance Media, parent company of
the Detroit Jewish News.
Steinhardt Hall was dedicated Oct.
23. The 35,000-square-foot building
features a worship space, meeting rooms,
a Judaic library and a food court.

Rabbi Attacked
Near Paris

Paris/JTA — A rabbi was attacked near
his synagogue in the Paris suburbs.
Michel Serfaty, rabbi of the Ris
Orangis Synagogue, was on his way to
Shabbat prayers Friday night when a car
approached and a number of youths
began shouting racial insults.
He was then hit across the face by one
of the youths.
Two men have been detained by
police and are being investigated for
what police termed "a racially motivated
attack." Investigators said the men had
yelled "Yid" and "Palestine, Palestine will
smash your face in."
Visiting the synagogue two days later,
Roger Cukierman, president of the
CRIF organization of French Jews,
described the attack as "unacceptable
and worrying for the future of French
society."
The attack was also strongly con-
demned by Prime Minister Jean-Pierre
Raffarin and Interior Minister Nicolas
Sarkozy.

Lieberman Opposes
Pollard Pardon

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Washington/JTA — Sen. Joseph
Lieberman suggested that, if elected
president, he would not support a par-
don of convicted spy Jonathan Pollard.
Speaking Oct. 15 to Jewish senior citi-
zens in Florida, the Connecticut
Democrat said Pollard, the former Navy
intelligence officer who spied for Israel,
"did get an unfair sentence when com-
pared to others, but that's sometimes
how the system works."
Lieberman said he avoids interfering
in criminal cases and noted that he has
done nothing in the Senate on Pollard's
behalf

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