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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-24

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U.S. Says 9-11,
Pearl Death Linked

New York/JTA — The alleged master-
mind of the Sept. 11 attacks is
believed to be the murderer of Wall
Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl.
Khalid Sheik Mohammed, who
American authorities now believe is
behind both incidents, is in U.S. cus-
tody. Pearl, the Journal's South Asia
bureau chief, was kidnapped last year
in Pakistan. His captors forced him to
admit his Jewishness on videotape
before slitting his throat and decapitat-
ing him.
In a related development, a
Hollywood studio reportedly has paid
a "high six-figure sum" for rights to
the memoirs of Pearl's widow,
Mariane.

`Sesame Street
Opens In Mideast

Jerusalem/JTA — A new string of
"Sesame Street" episodes is airing in
Israel, the Palestinian areas and Jordan.
The 26 episodes, which teach toler-
ance and coexistence, are being pro-
duced with money from the European
Union, the Ford Foundation and
other sources.
The new episodes were broadcast in
Israel in September. Arabic versions
will be aired in the West Bank, Gaza
Strip and Jordan at the end of
October.
The new shows are different from
the Palestinian-Israeli version that was
produced in 1998.

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Canada Establishes
Holocaust Day

Montreal/JTA — Jewish officials are
applaudifig the Canadian government
for establishing a national Holocaust
Remembrance Day.
`At a time when anti-Semitic inci-
dents seem to be on the rise world-
wide, Canada's action today stands as a
symbol of leadership against that dark-
ness," Bernie Farber, a Canadian
Jewish Congress official, said this
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eous and honorable initiative," he said.
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