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May 07, 2004 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-05-07

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Detroiter Irwin Green, now of Florida,
and his son Don of Canada at the dedi-
cation of the Green Soccer Field for
Arab and Jewish children in Nazarath

by Martha Graham and Batsheva de
Rothschild, and a tour of the Cameri
Theatre of Tel Aviv, the Hebrew reper-
tory theater started by Holocaust sur-
vivors 59 years ago.
The theater tour, which included
conversations with Edna Mazya, Israel's
most celebrated playwright, brought
back memories for Sklar. "I remember
going to the Yiddish theater with my
mother in Detroit," she said.
"[Cameri] is a beautiful theater; it's
overpowering. It shows so much of our
roots."
And when people asked how artists
and audiences kept up the arts in diffi-
cult times, the guide for the theater
tour replied, "It's important to have
drama on the stage to get away from
the drama in life."
But it's not escape that one senses in
the streets and homes of Israelis. While
they tended to protect the American vis-
itors from the difficulties of Israelis' lives,
they also embraced their fellow Jews to
know their own importance to the exis-
tence of this 56-year-old country.
"This land will always be ours. Terror
is the enemy," said the commander of
Ramat David Air Force Base to mark
Israel's Yom HaZikaron, Memorial Day,
and Yom HaAtzmaut, Independence
Day. The Israel Defense Forces does not
allow names of active soldiers to be pub-
lished.
"When you go back and tell the story
of the Jewish state," he said, "you. will
understand what we stand for, what we
are dealing with, what our problems are
and why we are here, why we are
right: El

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