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November 09, 1995 - Image 28

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14 The Michigan Daily - Wtdce., 4ci - Thursday, November 9, 1995


The assassination of Israeli Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin on
Saturday afternoon was a
devastating loss to the Jewish
community. While most Jews in
America are far removed from the
implications of Israeli politics,
they are by no means removed
from the idea of a worldwide
Jewish community. While the
memorial service at Temple Beth
Emeth was packed, the Diag vigil
drew only a few hundred
mourners. Both ceremonies
represented only a small portion
of the Ann Arbor Jewish
{| community, and may foreshadow a
division among Jews throughout
the world.

Top: Two friends hold candles
Monday night on the Diag to
mourn the death of Prime
Minister Rabin.
Middle: Three mourners light
candles outside the Graduate
Library Monday night.
Bottom: Mary Taylor follows
along during the Mourner's
Kaddish at Beth Emeth
Synagogue Monday night.
As one of the only black
mourners attending the
service, Mary is an indication
of Rabin's progress for



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