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MRIs Detect Cancer

New York/JTA — MRIs detect breast
cancer caused by gene mutations
occurring in some 2 percent of
Ashkenazi women better than mam-
mographies, according to a new study.
The study involving the mutation
to the BRCA genes, which have been
linked to breast and ovarian cancers
in Ashkenazi Jewish women, was pub-
lished last week in the Journal of the
American Medical Association.
According to the Human Genome
Project in Washington, some 2 per-
cent of Ashkenazi Jews carry one of
the BRCA-1 and BRCA-2 mutations
that have been linked to the cancers.
A 1997 study into the risk of breast
and ovarian cancers among Ashkenazi
Jews found that, by the age of 70, a
woman with the mutations has a 56
percent chance of getting breast can-
cer and a 17 percent chance of getting
ovarian cancer.

U.S. veto of a resolution that obtains
the necessary nine out of 15 votes for
Security Council passage, they would
embarrass Israel.

Freeze Settlements: Bush

New York/JTA — President Bush
called on the world community to
end its support of "corrupt"
Palestinian leaders.
In remarks in front of the U.N.
General Assembly in New York, Bush
also called on Israel to impose a freeze
on settlements in the West Bank.
"Israel should impose a settlement
freeze, dismantle unauthorized out-
posts, end the daily humiliation of
the Palestinian people and avoid any
actions that prejudice final negotia-
tions," Bush said. "And world leaders
should withdraw all favor and support
from any Palestinian ruler who fails
his people and betrays their cause."

Group Wants Laws Passed

Water, Water

New York/JTA — Stronger legislation
and prosecution are necessary to com-
bat the resurgence in anti-Semitism in
Europe, a European group said.
The European Commission against
Racism and Intolerance, which is part
of the Council of Europe, called on
its 45 member nations to "ensure that
criminal law in the field of combating
racism covers anti-Semitism."
The commission wants govern-
ments to penalize intentional acts of
public incitement to violence, hatred
or discrimination; public insults and
defamation; threats against a person
or group; and the expression of anti-
Semitic ideologies.

New York/JTA — The Jewish National
Fund received a school water-moni-
toring grant from the U.S. Forest
Service.
The grant, the second the JNF has
received from the forest service, will
provide water monitoring kits to U.S.
Jewish schools and schools in Israel to
participate in World Water
Monitoring Day.
The program encourages students
to test water in areas around them for
pollution between Sept. 18 and Oct.
18. The information then will be
entered in a global database.

Fence Condemnation

New York/JTA — A report by the
American Jewish Committee blasts
the United. Nations for its anti-Israel
bias.
The annual report, "One-Sided:
The Relentless Campaign Against
Israel in the United Nations," pro-
vides a detailed look at the U.N.'s
Israel-related resolutions and country-
by-country voting records on the
topic.
"The U.N. General Assembly has
an obsession with Israel that consis-
tently poisons the climate for bilateral
negotiations by the parties them-
selves," Jason Isaacson, director of the
AJCommittee's Office of Government
and International Affairs, said in a
statement. The report is available at
www.ajc.org

New York/JTA — Israel believes a
Palestinian effort to bring the West
Bank security barrier issue to the
U.N. Security Council will fail.
Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom
said that he does not believe the
Palestinians have the nine votes neces-
sary to force a U.S. veto of a resolu-
tion condemning the construction of
the security barrier.
"It looks now like the Europeans
are very much fatigued, very tired
with the Palestinian efforts, and won't
give them the hand," Shalom told a
meeting of the Conference of
Presidents of Major American Jewish
Organizations in New York. The
Palestinians hope that by forcing a

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