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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-07-19

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STOCK
PORTFOLIO

WHAT'S
MISSING?

BOND
PORTFOLIO

REAL ESTATE

Answering

Israel's Critics

The Charge
The membership of People's
Food Co-Op in Ann Arbor, a
major food cooperative there,
will vote in several weeks
whether to boycott the purchase
of all Israeli goods.

The Answer
Such divest-from-Israel cam-
paigns are unfair and under-
mine efforts toward peace.
Harvard law professor Alan
Dershowitz has proposed
instead that institutions look
at all nations and choose for
investment those with good
human rights records.

PORTFOLIO

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— Allan Gale,

Jewish Community Relations Council
of Metropolitan Detroit

0) copyright July 19, 2007. Jewish Renaissance Meoia

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A successful resolution depends
now on finding a productive start-
ing point for the discussions,
on energizing a new beginning
untainted by the past. The current
needs of both the Israelis and the
Palestinians — security, the oppor-
tunity to work, the availability of
fertile land and usable water, a
satisfactory system of health care, a
legal system to help ensure justice
— must indeed be addressed; but
satisfying those needs requires
some degree of self-imposed amne-
sia.
Memories can be seductive,
but we have to forget the past for
there to be a future. Thoughtful
Palestinian sympathizers should
be searching for a resolution of
the tragedy, not a justification
for increased discrimination and
revenge. 1 I

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