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DETROIT
=WISE NEWS

Contents

Winner of eight 2003 Michigan Press Association
writing, design and advertising awards

JN

www.detroitjewishnews.com



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MICHIGAN PRESS ASSOCIATION



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Friday; Dec. 19, 2003

Kislev 24, 5764

Vol. OMR; No. 19

THIS WEEK

16 Tightening Security

DEPARTMENTS

Since 9-11 and war in Iraq,
JCC updates security for fee.

17 Saddam's Capture 01,

Local reaction among
Iraqi Jews and Chaldeans.

32 Clark's Candidacy

Presidential candidate
is the perennial outsider.

In a Jerusalem cafe, an Israeli
reads about Saddam Hussein's
capture.

OPINION

COMMUNITY

36 Perspective Matters

ARTS & LIFE

47 Festival Of Lights

Arab group in Dearborn
sends a powerful message.

67 'Y' Latkes

Leibs turn their home
into Chanukah wonderland

Younger generation
takes lathe challenge.

AI) PLETREE

ANN ARBOR

39 Holiday 101

57 People To People

A very short primer
on Chanukah.

Interfaith families say
Ann Arbor especially welcoming.

Rejoicing In
Hussein's Capture

T

he capture of fugitive Iraqi dicta-
tor Saddam Hussein on Dec. 13
was meaningful not only to those
living in Iraq. Local Jewish Iraqis
recall the horrific discriminatory treatment
they received under his regime, and rejoiced
in his capture.
They also recall times when many Jews
lived in Iraq and participated in a rich Jewish
culture. Good memories, too, come back for
Chaldeans and other local Iraqis living in the
Detroit area.
Members of both groups remember when
their communities co-existed as friends, unit-
ed by their persecution under Hussein.
Staff Writer Sharon Luckerman tells their
story on page 17.

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Cover illustration: Randi Goode
Page design, Michelle Sheridan

COVER STORY

page 42

Chanukah Art Contest

24 young artists brighten the holiday.

©COPYRIGHT 2003
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Shabbat Shalom,



Keri Guten Cohen
Story Development Editor

Alefb et' ch a
10
B'nai Mitzvah • 52
Calendar
49
Candlelighting . . .10
Crossword 106
Danny Raskin . . . 84
Editor's Notebook . 5
Engagements . . . 54
For Openers • • . 10
Food
86
George Cantor . . 11
Insight ..... 36
Letters
6
Marketplace • • • . 89
New Arrivals • • • . 52
Obituaries 112
Out & About • • . 68
Something Extra 14
Synagogues
64
Teens
88
Torah Portion • • 66
Weddings
54

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