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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-03-07

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An Advocate For Israel


ymie Cutler, a fervent and vocal
for Israel's destruction, and it's not just
advocate for Israel, died Feb. 27,
rhetoric. "The Muslilm world is fighting a
2013. Mr. Cutler, of Novi, was 90.
religious war against the Jewish state," he
In 1994, Mr. Cutler was featured in a
Detroit Jewish News article. Then director of
"I was the one who started the Detroit
the Michigan Committee for a Safe Israel,
Zionist Federation forums," Mr. Cutler told
he wrote in his newsletter that "Abba Eban
the JN in 1994. "I would go to the leaders of
and Yitzhak Rabin are wrong,
the Labor Zionists and ask them to
terribly wrong" in supporting
41 come speak. I would pick the most
the 1993 Oslo accords with
controversial subject of the month
Yasser Arafat's P.L.O.
and have a forum on it."
He wrote, "Jews do not
Mr. Cutler said guests and
have to risk suicide to achieve
speakers would linger long after
peace!" and suggested that
the programs. As long as you
Israel keep the territories and
speak the truths that tell the whole
the Palestinians settle in their
story," he said, "I believe every-
real homeland, Jordan.
body should be able to say what's
In 1980, Mr. Cutler sent
on his mind. After all, our very
a 14-page letter to David
are at stake."
Hymie Cutl er
Lawrence, then executive edi-
Mr. Cutler is survived by nieces
tor of the Detroit Free Press,
and nephews.
criticizing its Mideast coverage, a follow-up
Interment was at Workmen's Circle
to a meeting of the Zionist Organization of
Cemetery. Contributions may be sent
America held with Lawrence.
to Friends of Israel Defense Forces, P.O.
Five years later, Mr. Cutler sent a 21-page
Box 999, Walled Lake, MI 48390, (248)
letter to Lawrence. He told Lawrence
926.4110, www.fidf.org. Arrangements by
that Arab leaders have repeatedly called
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.


died Feb. 6, 2013.
He is survived by his son and
daughter, Matthew and Katherine
Perlman; brother, Jeffrey Perlman;
sister, Deborah (Charles Ajlouny)
Perlman-Ajlouny; uncle, Arnold
(Michele Kargol) Garber; many
dear friends and other family
He was preceded in death by
his parents, Elliott and Annette
Perlman; aunts, Marcia Weisberg
and Esther Citron Larsen.
Contributions may be made
to the Friendship Circle, Kadima
or to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.


is survived by her daughter and
son-in-law, Nancy and Nathan
Kolender of Orchard Lake; grand-
children, Laurie Jerris, Jonathan
Gornbein, Brian and Elyse
Kolender, Suzanne Gendelman,
Mindy and Jeremy Barron; great-
grandchildren, Benjamin and
Emily Jerris, Joshua, Jennifer and
Samuel Gendelman, Zoe and Ruby
Kolender, and Jemma Barron;
sister, Anne Radner; nieces and
She was the beloved wife of the
late George Rossman and the late
Eugene Abraham; the loving sister
of the late Jerome Rothenberg and
the late Gertrude Kline; the dear
sister-in-law of the late Edward
Kline and the late Leonard Radner.
Interment was at Adat Shalom
Memorial Park Cemetery.
Contributions may be made
to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman

ROSSMAN, 98, of
West Bloomfield,
died Feb. 27,
She was a
secretary for
the Veterans
Mrs. Rossman

Obituaries on page 66

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