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March 26, 2004 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-03-26

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Different Dru mmers

2003 . 50 min.. English, Hebrew & Arabic, with English subtitles
Color/BW • USA

8 p.m.

Honest Reporting Inc. has put together a com-
pelling "scorecard" (Relentless) about the Middle
East. We precede it with a second film (Different
Drummers) to show all viewpoints and • follow up
with an urgent discussion about Israel and peace in
our time. This is an important event.

Entire screening Co-Sponsored by Zionist Organi-
zation of America, Dr. Jerome S. Kaufman, National
Secretary, and Wendi & Andre Douville.

Can Israelis and Palestinians find peace? Several politi-
cal activists discuss the ongoing violence in Israel, the
problem of the settlements, the abuses by Israeli soldiers
against Palestinians at checkpoints and roadblocks,
and the daily frustrations of living in Jerusalem and Tel
Aviv, cities where terror shapes the culture. How can
both sides find compromise? What is to be done with
the refugees? Everyone agrees that respect for human
rights and dignity must be promoted. What now?

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2003 . 60 min.. English, Hebrew & Arabic, with English subtitles
Color/BW • USA • Updated Version

Relentless offers a searing overview of the commit-
ments made by both Israel and the Palestinians,
spanning the time from the Oslo Accords to today.
You'll see how both sides have or have not lived up
to their stated promises. Using film from Palestinian
television, religious sermons, and political rallies,
you'll get a behind-the-scenes look at Palestinian
politics and culture. You'll be riveted by this portray-
al of the search for peace. Relentless seems partic-
ularly timely right now, but the trouble is it always
has been.
A special panel discussion led by Dr. Jerome S.
Kaufman, National Secretary of the Zionist Organization
of America and featuring Andre Douville will follow the
screening in Commerce and Ann Arbor. We hope you

A special director's selection award film.

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