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December 05, 2003 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-12-05

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from page 39

"Turkey and Israel support each
other," says Ozdil. "It's a bit clandes-
tine because publicity doesn't serve the
interests of either country." ,
Her confidence in her government .
seems to be justified as just this week
the Turkish police claim to have
arrested the mastermind of at least
one of the synagogue bombings and
many of their supporters.
Ozdil sees many Turkish Jews leav-
ing Turkey just like much of her fami-
ly has. There is also increasing inter-
marriage.
"I see many young men flirting with
Turkish girls," she says, adding that
the men want their wives to convert
to Judaism so the children will be

Jewish.
"Young people are going to other
countries, mainly the U.S. and
Canada, for a better future," she says.
"Many wanted to go to Israel but,
after the suicide bombers, many
stopped going," she says. "They are
not coming because of Zionism like in
1948 or 1949. Today, it became just a
matter of opportunity."
And while Ozdil travels frequently,
she has no intention of leaving her
home in Turkey. "I like the life in
Turkey and like the people in Turkey,"
she says. "I like my Turkish friends
who are Muslims, and my Jewish fam-
ily is there."



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