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January 02, 2004 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-01-02

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Syria," Bush said. "Everything with the
Europeans is a process."
Bush has much on his plate headed
into 2004. The government has set a
June deadline for conferring self-rule on
the Iraqis, and the U.S. presidential
election will heat up around March,
when Bush's Democratic opponent
likely will be apparent.
With such preoccupations, Bush has
made clear that he won't be drawn into
the Palestinian-Israeli conflict until he
is assured of results — a stance not
atypical for a president in an election
year. At the public Chanukah celebra-
tion, following his meeting with Jewish
leaders, Bush never mentioned Israel,
instead praising U.S. servicemen and
servicewomen in Iraq.
"We pray for the brave men and
women of our armed forces, many of
whom are spending the holiday season
far from home and their loved ones,"
he said. "We are grateful for their serv-
ice to America, we're grateful for the
support and sacrifice of their families."
Two Jewish Marines, including one
who served in the Iraq war, lit the
menorah with their 6-year-old sons.
Bush appeared relaxed and confident,
watching with a bemused smile as the
University of Maryland's Kol Sasson
chorale attempted a gospel rendition of
"Maoz Tsur."

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and festive.
"The man and his commitment to
Israel were very much in evidence," said
Malcolm Hoenlein, executive vice
chairman of the Conference of
Presidents of Major American Jewish
Organizations.
Hoenlein said participants were espe-
cially impressed by Bush's concern
about anti-Semitism. "He implied it's a
U.S. responsibility to show Europeans
the need to address it, he was forceful
and talked about it as a fundamental
value," Hoenlein said.
Bush also related anti-Semitism to
the issue of anti-Israel incitement
among the Palestinians.
David Kessel, Hillel director at the
University of Texas at Austin, called the
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