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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-08-19

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Learn More About
Israel Advocacy

College students
and young adults
can learn the
"Five Rules of
Effective Israel
Advocacy" from
Neil Lazarus, an
internationally
Neil Lazarus
acclaimed expert
on the Middle
East and Israel
advocacy, at 6:30
p.m. Monday, Aug. 23, while they
enjoy a free dinner at Jerusalem
Pizza in the Jewish Community
Center in West Bloomfield.
Sponsored by the Jewish
Community Relations Council of
Metropolitan Detroit, the semi-
nar will give students the tools
they need to effectively deal with
unfair criticism of Israel that
they encounter on campus and
in the workplace, and to develop
reasoned responses to unfounded
myths and falsehoods.
Based in Jerusalem, Lazarus is
emerging as one of Israel's leading
keynote speakers. He has helped
train a new generation of Israeli
diplomats, as well as Israel's Army
and Air Force spokespeople.
The program and dinner
are free and open to area col-
lege students and young adults.
Reservations are requested.
Neil Lazarus' U.S. tour is spon-
sored by the Consulate General of
Israel.
For more information, contact
the Jewish Community Relations
Council, (248) 642-5393, or e-mail
gale@jfmd.org .

Holiday Deadlines

Deadlines for news items to run in
the Sept. 2 and 9 issues of the JN
should be submitted 72 hours ear-
lier than normal if at all possible.
This will allow us to publish
those issues in a timely manner.
Calendar items, Mazel Tov
announcements, letters and news
releases are among the items
especially noted for early submis-
sion.
Send items via e-mail to Sy
Manello, editorial assistant, at:
smanello@thejewishnews.com .
Direct questions to him at (248)
351-5147.

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