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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-12-05

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New YorldJTA — Arab countries
called an emergency session of the
U.N. General Assembly to make
demands on Israel.
Arab states seeking to stop Israel
from building its security barrier plan
to propose a resolution to condemn
the Jewish state for not complying
with a resolution adopted last month
calling on Israel to dismantle its West
Bank security fence.
The new resolution also will call on
the International Court of Justice in
the Hague to assess the fence's legality,
according to Arye Mekel, deputy per-
manent representative of Israel to the
United Nations.
Mekel said Israel is "working very
actively on the highest levels," espe-
cially with European states, to urge
countries to vote against the resolu-
tion or pressure the Palestinians to
remove the Hague portion.
"It will introduce a new element
into the Middle Eastern equation,
namely the ICJ, which would only
make it more difficult to make any
progress in the peace process," Mekel
said.

mentary-style film violated free-speech
rights, but the decision against screen-
ing the film came after new appeals
were made against it.
A U.N. investigation determined
that no massacre took place in Jenin
and found no evidence to support
charges sounded in Bakri's film,
including one that the Israeli army
dug a mass grave in the camp.

Ads Fight
Anti-Semitism

New York/JTA — The Anti-
Defamation League launched an ad
campaign to raise awareness of the
recent surge in global anti-Semitism.
The ads, titled "Anti-Semitism is
Anti-All of Us," feature images from
the recent synagogue bombings in
Turkey. Television ads began recently
in the New York area, and ads also
appeared in the New York Times and
the International Herald Tibune.

Anti-Semitism
Report Exposed

Israel, P.A.
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U.N. To Debate
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Jerusalem/JTA — Israel and the
Palestinian Authority signed an energy
cooperation agreement.
In one of the more important acts
of cooperation since the Palestinian
intifada (uprising) began in 2000,
Israel and the Palestinian Authority
signed an agreement Dec. 2 to share
electrical networks. The declaration,
sponsored by Italy, also paves the way
for a joint energy authority, Ha'aretz
reported.

Israeli Court
Blocks Film

Jerusalem/JTA — Israel's highest
court blocked screenings of a contro-
versial film on Israel's April 2002
invasion of the Jenin refugee camp.
The High Court of Justice injunc-
tion prevents jel2i77, Jenin from being
shown in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem this
week. The court previously had ruled
in favor of director Mohammed
Bakri's appeal that a ban on the docu-

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Berlin/JTA — European Jews released
an unpublished report that found ris-
ing anti-Semitism among Muslims in
Europe.
The Vienna-based European Union
Monitoring Center on Racism and
Xenophobia, which commissioned the
report, decided not to publish it,
claiming the data was flawed.
However, critics said the
Monitoring Center was not pre-
pared to deal with the sensitive sub-
ject of anti-Semitism among
Muslims, who constitute Europe's
largest minority.
"We cannot accept that a study be
confiscated on the grounds that it
could create tensions," said Serge
Cwajgenbaum, secretary-general of .
the European Jewish Congress.

Online Guide
To Restitution

New York/JTA — The Claims
Conference has published an online
guide to Holocaust restitution pro-
grams.
The group's Compensation and
Restitution at a Glance Chart now is
available at the Claims Conference's
homepage at www.claimscon.org
The guide provides a country-by-

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