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December 2003

A 10-foot bronze statue commemorat-
ing writer Franz Kafka is unveiled in
Prague. The monument, close to the
city's Spanish Synagogue, features a
small man sitting on the shoulder of a
giant, empty suit.
Israeli and Palestinian political
activists and former cabinet ministers
launch the "Geneva Accord," an unoffi-
cial peace proposal. The Israeli govern-
ment rejects the document, saying the
activists have no authority to propose
concessions in Israel's name, but the
initiative receives wide support across
Europe.
An American Jewish jurist is elected
to the United Nations' Committee
Against Torture. Claudio Grossman,
dean of American University
Washington College of Law, receives 87
of the 120 votes cast by countries that
have ratified the Convention Against
Torture.
Most French Jewish leaders back a
presidential commission's recommenda-
tion to ban visible religious insignia in
French state schools. Roger Cukierman,
president of CRIF, an umbrella organi-
zation of French Jews, says the recom-
mendation represents "a body blow to
Islamic fanaticism."
President Bush signs into law a bill
imposing sanctions on Syria unless it
cracks down on terrorism. The Syria
Accountability Act imposes trade sanc-
tions on Syria and offers the president a
range of other possible punitive meas-
ures if Syria doesn't meet certain condi-
tions.
The E.U. Monitoring Center on
Racism and Xenophobia commissions
but then suppresses a report that shows
the majority of anti-Semitic attacks are
committed by young Muslims of North
African origin. Under pressure from
Jewish groups, the center ultimately
releases the report, but says it considers
the report flawed.
Law professor Irwin Coder, a staunch
defender of Israel, is named justice
minister in Canada.
In a landmark speech, Prime
Minister Ariel Sharon says Israel will
have to leave its Gaza Strip settlements
in a process of unilateral disengagement
from the Palestinians.
Thirteen reservists from Israel's elite
Sayeret Matkal commando unit refuse
to serve in the West Bank and Gaza
Strip.
The judge presiding over the investi-
gation of the 1994 bombing of
Argentina's main Jewish community
center is dismissed for bribing a wit-
ness.
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