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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 13 October 2005

TJP V59-41 10-13-05 p26-29 10/11/05 2:50 PM Page 29 -e October 13,2005 Yom Kippur Issue Texas Jewish Post 29 Rosh Hashana in Shanghai By Red Goldstein SHANGHAI, China — Experi- encing Rosh Hashanah at one of the few Jewish houses of worship in the People's Republic of China is an act of international unity at its best. My son, Andy Goldstein who lives in Nanjing, China, and I joined fellow Jews from all over China and other countries at the Shanghai Jewish Center, a Chabad-sponsored institution. Just getting there was a challenge since it sits in a com- pound behind a gate with other small buildings and is unmarked. It seems putting the name of your religious institution for all to see is not such a good idea in this offi- cially atheist nation. Despite the unbridled capitalism and freedom to create commerce, religion has not been included in the things the Communist Party of China wishes to promote. Once inside the three-story non- descript white stucco villa that houses this Jewis...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 13 October 2005

TJP V59-41 10-13-05 p30-32 10/11/05 1:58 PM Page 30 -e 30 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year October 13,2005 Columnists In My Mind's I 'Magnified' and 'Sanctified' Today is the twentieth Yom Kippur on which I've stood before my congregation to read a piece of Holocaust poetry. In our shul, we use Mahzor Hadash for the High Holy Days, and during its martyrology ser- vice, we honor the memories of our own who have died over the centuries for the sanctification of God's name. Of course, the martyrs of the Holocaust are prime among them, and the saddest of prayers, written by Andre Schwarz-Bart,the French Jew famed for his electrifying novel "The Last of the Just," intercuts the names of 18 ghettos and concentra- tion camps into our traditional words of praise. "Magnified and Sanctified," he calls this. Twenty years ago, I was honored with a martyrology aliyah, asked to read "The Silver Platter," in which Nathan Alterman imagines two young Israelis as "the silver platter upon which the ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 13 October 2005

TJP V59-41 10-13-05 p30-32 10/11/05 1:24 PM Page 31 Sukkah, sweet sukkah October 13,2005 Recipes Yom Kippur Issue Texas Jewish Post 31 Less than a week after the most solemn and introspective holiday of the year, Yom Kippur, comes a festival that's among the most symbolic — and joyous — in Jewish history Sukkot is most recognized by the booths, or sukkoth in Hebrew, which pop up propped next to Jewish homes around the world. These three- or four-sided additions are a kind of makeshift housing, representative of the temporary shelters used during the 40 years of wandering after the Exodus from Egypt by the Israelites. Often made of wood and covered with fresh tree branches (you should still be able to see the sky through the branches), the modern sukkah is constructed with wood posts and lattice or plywood walls. Today one can even order a sukkah online that's made from colorful fabrics and painted wood or multihued vinyl or fiberglass structures that truly are very civilized mobile ...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 13 October 2005

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 13 October 2005

TJP V59-41 10-13-05 pW01-W05 10/11/05 1:42 PM Page W2 -e W2 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year October 13,2005 In health and high water: Jewish tradition says to go on By Michael C, Duke Jewish Herald-Voice HOUSTON — The invitations were mailed. The gown had been fitted. The rings, engraved with each other's Hebrew names, were ready for exchange. Then, an uninvited guest arrived. Jennifer Pollack and Andrew Friedberg would have been mar- ried this past weekend at New Orleans' Temple Gates of Prayer had Hurricane Katrina not turned their city into an Atlantean wreck. It took the couple 12 hours to evacuate the Crescent City on Sat- urday, Aug. 28, and they now are living with Andrew' parents, Dr. Michael and Linda Friedberg, in Houston. As Andrew and Jennifer Carol Ahram, CSEP, CWC Wedding & Event Planner ■e- 5^ E\V E N rs (972) 931-1955 Make memories, not headaches, and be a guest at your own partyt We proudly offer kosher and kosher style cuisine. From 5 to 540 people, we can d...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 13 October 2005

TJP V59-41 10-13-05 pW01-W05 10/11/05 1:41 PM Page W3 -e October 13,2005 Yom Kippur Issue Texas Jewish Post W3 Circuit Judge Jacques L. Wiener, Jr. and studied for the Louisiana State Bar. He fears his results after having just taken the exam might be lost in the flood. Jennifer's father, Jack, called the couple on Saturday morning, advising them to evacuate the city. Jennifer said she thought he was kidding and hung up the phone. Her mother, Peggy, called next, and told them to turn on the news. Before evacuating New Orleans with their extended family, Jennifer and Andrew made a trip to Lowe's Home Improve- ment, where they bought plywood to protect their home from Kat- rina's torrents. "And, of course, this turned out to be a complete waste of time and energy," Andrew lamented. "These were precious hours that we could have used to pack our things. But we thought that we'd only be gone for two or three days, so we essentially left everything behind." Everything would include Jennif...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 13 October 2005

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 13 October 2005

TJP V59-41 10-13-05 pW01-W05 10/11/05 1:39 PM Page W5 -e October 13,2005 Yom Kippur Issue Texas Jewish Post W5 he laws o Jewish marital life 'A Lifetime Companion to the Laws of Jewish Family Life' reviewed By Harriet P. Gross Jews have always had a lot to say about the religious rules bearing on the physical aspects of marriage. Some women — particularly the Orthodox, to whom mikvah and related rituals are givens — swear by them. Others — particularly the young "moderns" of our day — may be more likely to swear at them (if, of course, they know any- thing about such matters at all). However, the halachot of taharat hamishpachah, translated here as "the laws of Jewish marital life," are real and enduring, and deserve consideration. Especially as they are presented here by a woman who covers every aspect of this material, one who truly knows whereof she speaks and how to write clearly about it. Author Deena R. Zimmerman now lives in Israel with her rabbi husband and their five childr...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 13 October 2005

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 13 October 2005

TJP V59-41 10-13-05 pW06-W08 10/11/05 1:37 PM Page W7 -e October 13,2005 Yom Kippur Issue Texas Jewish Post W7 Bride-hunting in the Holy Land By Nathan Burstein Israel's newest reality TV series isn't intended to be funny, but many viewers are likely to smile at the central premise: that an attrac- tive Jewish bachelor needs to leave one of the most Jewishly popu- lated cities in the world to find himself a Jewish wife. Fortunately for 34-year-old New York businessman Ari Goldman, Mikol Habanot Ba'olam (Of All the Girls in the World) offers the land of Israel as a dating pool; his odds of meeting a nice Jewish girl here are at least as good as at a Chinese restaurant on the Upper West Side. The series, which shares creative talent with HaShagrir (The Ambassador) debuted in August on cable's HOT 3, and is scheduled to air weekly until its romantic conclusion three months from now. For the duration, Goldman has been handed the not-so-ter- rible task of whittling down a group of 17 con...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 13 October 2005

TJP V59-41 10-13-05 pW06-W08 10/11/05 1:36 PM Page W8 -e W8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year October 13,2005 REALITY TV continued from page W7 ican Jews, against his family's meddling? Another controversial issue is the possibility that Mikol Habanot will actually cause one of its female participants to make yerida, or emigrate, to be with Goldman in New York. It is of course possible that Goldman, whose business is based in New York, will stay in Israel after the show's conclusion. It's an outcome that would at least make the show a tidy Zionist fairy tale and improve its odds as a crowd- pleaser. But it certainly isn't a pre-requisite. An even more interesting show concept might have been to focus on an American Jew who hasn't already committed himself to finding a Jewish wife, or perhaps a selection of Jewish-American DUCKY-BOB'S arty & Tent Rentals Bringing experience to the table. Fort Worth Carrollton 817-370-8400 972-381-8000 www.duckybobs.com Tables, Chairs Linens, Gla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 October 2005

TJP V59-42 10-20-05 p01-04 10/18/05 7:20 PM Page 1 -e Thursday, October 20,2005 17 Tishrei 5766 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post unite** Airman killed in Iraq identified with her Jewish roots. 2 Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity celebrates UT victory over 0U. 7 Cynthia Shipper full of Hope for breast cancer research. 19 VOLUME 59 N0.42 texasjewishpost.com NEWSANALYSIS Israel weighs Syria options As pressure mounts on Syria, Israel weighs risks and benefits By Leslie Susser JERUSALEM (JTA) — As interna- tional pressure mounts on Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime, decision-makers in Jerusalem are considering what a Syrian accom- modation with the West could mean for Israel. Assad has been under a cloud of suspicion since the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri in February. Syrian Interior Minister Ghazi Kanaan's "suicide" last week, ahead of a U.N. report on the Hariri murder, fur- ther undermined Assad's position. Israeli intelligence maintains that to extricate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 October 2005

TJP V59-42 10-20-05 p01-04 10/18/05 5:49 PM Page 2 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year October 20,2005 Behind the Headlines Episcopalians reject divestment Jews see signs of rapprochement as Episcopalians reject divestment By Chanan Tigay NEW YORK (JTA) — The Epis- copal Church's decision not to pursue divestment from Israel reflects a growing coalition of Jews and Christians committed to peace in the Middle East and opposed to one-sided approaches to the con- flict, Jewish officials say The Episcopalians are "joining with the other mainline churches in seeking constructive ways to influ- ence the United States' government and Israelis and Palestinians to find a two-state solution," said David Elcott, director of interreligious affairs for the American Jewish Committee. "For the first time since this con- flict began, there is a broad-based coalition of Protestants, Catholics and Jews committed to a two-state solution and peace," he said. "This is the news, not the conflict. We ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 October 2005

TJP V59-42 10-20-05 p01-04 10/18/05 5:27 PM Page 3 -e Deadly attacks in West Bank October 20,2005 Israel In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post After drive-by shootings, worries about new round of violence By Dan Baron JERUSALEM (JTA) —Two terrorist incidents in the West Bank have some Israeli officials warning about a new stage in the five-year-old Palestinian intifada against Israel. Twin drive-by shootings Sunday killed three Israelis in the West Bank and wounded four. Most of the casualties were teenage settlers trying to hitch rides home. The Al-Aksa Brigade, the terrorist wing of Palestinian Authority Pres- ident Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah faction, claimed responsibility for Israeli forces also imposed new restrictions on West Bank traffic, requiring Palestinians to travel by public transport rather than private cars. The army imposed a closure on Hebron and Bethlehem in a further bid to prevent terrorists from reaching roads used by Israelis. Sunday's bloodshed was an embarrassment for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 October 2005

TJP V59-42 10-20-05 p01-04 10/18/05 5:28 PM Page 4 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year October 20,2005 Washington Watch Jewish divided on Homeland Security money for nonprofits One appropriation supported by some Jewish groups but a source of anxiety to others has cleared Congress. Just before its fall recess, lawmakers finished work on a homeland security appropriations bill that includes renewal of a $25 million fund to help vulnerable non-profit organizations enhance security in the face of terrorist threats. That includes Jewish schools, community centers and synagogues, which is why the Orthodox Union and the United Jewish Com- munities (UJC) worked hard for the groundbreaking appropriation last year. But other Jewish groups, By James D. Besser including the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism and the Anti-Defamation League, argue that the measure sets a dangerous precedent for giving taxpayer money to sectarian institutions. They also say the relatively small amount—th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 October 2005

TJP V59-42 10-20-05 p05-08 10/18/05 5:36 PM Page 5 -e October 20,2005 Opinion In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post How Hurricane Katrina al icted kids and parents I usually write columns as a pro- fessional observer or en abler of people or events. For the purposes of this column, Hurricane Katrina has changed all that for me. Now I am a participant. To be honest, perhaps in the past I was seldom able to fully identify with someone who witnessed, or felt victimized, by abuse, trauma or violence. Per- haps, by many standards, my life had been pretty boring or predictable before Hurricane Katrina. Fortu- nately, before Aug. 28,2005, I had never experienced something that turned upside down the lives of every single person who lived within 35 miles of my home. Hurricane Kat- rina has changed that for me. It is now obvious to many people in the world that, since Hurricane Katrina and Rita hit, virtually every person in southern Louisiana, southern Mississippi and parts of coastal Texas an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 October 2005

TJP V59-42 10-20-05 p05-08 10/18/05 5:37 PM Page 6 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year October 20,2005 Dallas Doings ACES names Dr. Jeffrey Whitman president-elect rga The American College of Eye Surgeons (ACES) has named Jeffrey Whitman, M.D., president-elect of the national organization for two-year term. Dr. Whitman is medical director and chief surgeon at Dallas-based Key-Whitman Eye Center. Founded in 1986, ACES' primary objective is to promote and ensure high-quality standards in ophthalmic surgical services among the public, governmental regula- tors, insurers, and alternate delivery systems. In addition, ACES acts as a certification board to make sure ft Dr. Jeffrey Whitman quality ophthalmic surgery is being practiced across the United States. Ophthalmic surgeons must go through a rigid and stringent proce- dural process in order to become a certified member. This process helps ensure a surgeon's compe- tency in surgical skills in the areas of LASIK, cataract, intra-ocula...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 October 2005

TJP V59-42 10-20-05 p05-08 10/18/05 5:40 PM Page 7 -e October 20,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post so committed to the Jewish future, and they do it because they think it's important for the Jewish people," Klapper said. The largest Jewish campus orga- nization in the world, Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life seeks to inspire every Jewish student to make an enduring commitment to Jewish life through its network of more than 500 campus foundations, program centers and affiliates. Hillel enriches the lives of Jewish under- graduate and graduate students of all backgrounds so they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. The Texas Hillel Center for Jewish Life in Austin will hold a Tailgate Party this Saturday, 2-1/2 hours before kickoff for the Texas vs. Texas Tech game. Visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy refreshments, meet UT students, and hear about the exciting new social and cultural programs for more than 4,000 Jewish young people at The Universi ty o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 October 2005

TJP V59-42 10-20-05 p05-08 10/18/05 5:46 PM Page 8 8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year October 20,2005 JTA News Briefs Congresswoman has Jewish roots WASHINGTON (JTA) —The influ- ential chairwoman of a congressional subcommittee on the Middle East has Jewish roots. The mother of Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.) was born Jewish and converted to Catholicism when she married, the Forward reported. Ros-Lehtinen's grandfather, Jacobo Adato Levy, was a leader in Cuba's Jewish community. Ros-Lehtinen fled Cuba with her par- ents in 1960, after the Communist takeover, when she was eight. She is close to Miami's Jewish community and, as chairwoman of the Middle East subcommittee of the House of Representatives' International Rela- tions Committee, she has championed a number of measures favored by pro-Israel lobbyists, including the Syria Accountability Act. She is in the running to succeed Rep. Henry Hyde (R-Ill.) as chairman of the International Relations Com- mittee in 2007, should the ...

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