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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-08-10

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Galilee to create ongoing dialogue and
provide ongoing support through e-
mail, cell phone, letters, etc.
Said Beth Margolin, who chaired the
Teen Mission, "This initiative will help
our teens continue our connection with
Israel — help continue the bond with
their new friends and their families."
Margolin added, "It's important to
Israel's future for our young people as
lifelong supporters to make a lifetime
commitment to affirm this connection
U.S. Rep. Joe Knollenberg, R-
Bloomfield Township, joined the march
and called it "an appropriate stand of
the Jewish community on behalf of
Israel. People ought to know that there's
a strong position held by Jews in this
part of the country, particularly in
Michigan," he said.
Knollenberg called talk of a,ceasefire
"preliminary. I don't want to suggest
that this is an absolute mechanism
that will bring about the proper type of
ceasefire," he said.
"I'm hoping they can bring it about,
but I'm waiting',' he said. "The fact that
France is involved is of interest. I want
to make sure they stay in the saddle."
Rabbi Paul Yedwab of Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield said that it's won-
derful to see people come out to events
organized at the grassroots level on
short notice.
"I don't think that an event like this
makes a giant geopolitical impact, but
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in danger of making people believe that
you're apathetic:' he said. "And once that
happens, I really think you can be taken
advantage of"
The marchers slowly made their way
back to their cars, feeling good that they
had actively shown support and hop-
ing for a peaceful future. But they went
home to the news of Hezbollah rockets
attacks that left 12 soldiers and at
least three Israeli civilians dead, while
Lebanon rejected the latest United
Nations draft resolution to end the
fighting. Fl

JN Editor Robert A. Sklar contributed to
this report.

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