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Letters

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My wife and I felt unconditional
welcome from the Word of Faith
International Christian Center in
Southfield on the "Night to Honor
Israel" January past.
As stated in your paper, an audience
of nearly 6,000 was treated to a day
recognizing the importance of support
and understanding of our beleaguered
nation ("Local Christian Support
Benefits Israeli Children',' March 29,
page 18). We were reminded of the
basis of this directive from our Bible.
The captivating speakers spoke from
their hearts and pledged to grow the
mission. We were made to feel so proud
and valued for being Jews.
Although not necessarily a mar-
riage "made in heaven',' it felt great to
have met an ally. I would hope that
future forums would allow additional
opportunities for partnering with our
Christian friends.
Although we were few in number, we
truly were honored guests. We look for-
ward to the next "night to remember:'

Jay Kozlowski

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Bloomfield Hills

Thank You, Community!

On behalf of the Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan Detroit and
the MusicFest Committee, we want to
thank the Metro Detroit community for
outstanding support of MusicFest 2007.
From Yiddish songs of days gone
by to the jazzy beat of Israel's leading
recording artist, from jump-out-of-
your-seat-and-dance klezmer to the
much-loved Broadway hit "Tomorrow:'
from an advance showing of a fasci-
nating musical documentary to the
delights of award-winning family
entertainers, the JCC MusicFest con-
tinued its commitment to bringing the
best in Jewish music to our area with
our third annual musical event.
This weeklong major cultural event
provided a variety of programs that
were sold-out, standing-room-only
audiences. The responses from the
audiences and continuous "buzz" in the
community were heartwarming!

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This Month In History:

The Holocaust Remembered

April 1942: French psychiatrist
Adelaide Hautval, a Protestant, was
arrested trying to cross the demarca-
tion line separating the two zones
of France without a permit. Awaiting
her trial in Bourges prison, she vehe-
mently protested the harsh treatment
of Jewish prisoners who were incar-
cerated there. The reply she received
was, "As you wish to defend them, you
will follow their fate."
Sent to Auschwitz, and noted for her
efforts to preserve the lives of other
women prisoners there, she survived
and was liberated in April 1945. In
1963, she was a key witness in London
at the trial of Leon Uris vs. Wladyslaw
Dering. Uris, in his book Exodus, had
mentioned the experiments perpe-
trated by Dering and others on prison-
ers in Auschwitz, without the use of
anesthesia; Dering sued Uris for libel.
A witness for the defense, Hautval
refuted Dering's claim that it was
futile to disobey orders in Auschwitz.
Justice Lawton, in his summing up of
the evidence to the jury, described Dr.
Hautval as "perhaps one of the most
impressive and courageous women
who has ever given evidence in the
courts of this country."
In 1965, Yad Vashem, the Israeli
Holocaust remembrance authority,
recognized Dr. Hautval with its highest
honor, Righteous Among the Nations.

Taken from

Encyclopaedia Judaica, 2nd Edition, 0 2007,

www.encyclopaediaJudiaca.com . O 2007, Thomson Gale

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April 5 • 2007

Barbara Bloom

Bloomfield Hills

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deceased before burial say a prayer asking for the
deceased's forgiveness?

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We look forward to seeing you at
our fourth annual MusicFest in March
2008.

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