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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 November 2005

TJP V59-46 11-17-05 pB5-B8 11/15/05 8:42 PM Page B5 -e November 17,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post B5 endeavor rests in our hands. Irit Weisel, administrator at Pups for Peace, offers these suggestions forhowyoucan get involved, "B'nai mitzvah are doing all kinds of innovative activities to raise money: Walking dogs, washing cars, sending e-mail letters to friends and family asking for donations, sending their bar/bat mitzvah invitations asking their invitees to donate to P.F.P." For more information, visit pupsforpeace.org on the Web, or call (800) 669-8930. HazonYeshaya—It's unfortunate but true—Israel has a sizable, poverty- stricken population. For a number of economic reasons, things will not be getting better in the foreseeable future. Hazon Yeshaya is a humanitarian orga- nization that runs soup kitchens for the hungry, serves nutritious meals to dis- advantaged children in school,provides clothing for the poor, and gives special food packages to families in need so t...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 November 2005

TJP V59-46 11-17-05 pB5-B8 11/15/05 8:18 PM Page B6 -e B6 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year November 17,2005 On the cover "You are Now a Man" By Debbie Richmari Award-winning Dallas artist Debbie Richman says, "Painting is like breathing to me.. .a necessity for me to live. It takes me to a place where nothing can touch me. When I was very little, not a day would go by without my doing a drawing or painting." "You are Now a Man" is a 24x36, mixed media painting. Custom commissions with specific Torah portions are avail- able. To see more of Debbie's work, visit www.debbierichmanart.com. Ultra Organized - are you? T Bar (VI Racquet Club When it comes to Simchas, the ball's in our court! Creating the perfect environment for your Bar/Bat Mitzvah! • in-house catering • 3rd party kosher catering available One of the top 4 Junior Academies in the nation; More than 20 players have received tennis scholarships to college in the last two years. (972) 233-4444 6060 Dilbeck Ln @ Preston Road ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 November 2005

TJP V59-46 11-17-05 pB5-B8 11/15/05 8:51 PM Page B7 -e November 17,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post B7 The silver-haired bar mitzvah boy By Ellen Jaffe-Gill "I'd like to order a cake for a bar mitzvah," I said to the lady behind the counter at the kosher bakery. "Please put on the top, 'Mazal tov, r> > Spencer. "Your son's name is Spencer?" she asked. "No, my husband's name is Spencer," I replied. "But you said this is for a bar mitzvah." "Yes," I said. "My husband's bar mitzvah." My husband was called to the Torahasabar mitzvah in 2001, more or less on the sixth anniversary of his conversion to Judaism. People started asking Spencer when he was going to have a bar mitzvah when his hair was barely dry from the mikvah. He started studying Hebrew the following year, and, after mastering the alephbet, signed up for a class that made its way through the siddur and into the Torah. He also led ser- vices a couple of times at our temple. Still, he put off scheduling a bar mitz...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 November 2005

TJP V59-46 11-17-05 pB5-B8 11/15/05 8:20 PM Page o- © www.texasjewishpost.com/ lust a click away rom your mailbox. www.texas jewish post.com Subscribing to the TJP has never been easier. Just go to the TJP Web site, click on Subscribe, and your copy of the TJP will be at your door in no time. It's easy to set up a gift subscription too. Subscribe today and stay linked to your community Subscriptions Dallas 972-458-7283 Fort Worth 817-927-2831 Texas Jewish * Since 1947 ^ Post Your link to the Dallas/Fort Worth Jewish community

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 24 November 2005

TJP V59-47 11-24-05 p01-04 11/21/05 7:15 PM Page 1 -e Thursday, November 24,2005 22 Cheshvan 5766 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post 3 IP After decades of exclusion, Ma gen David Adorn's status improves. New Community Kollel reaches across Greater Dallas area. 8 Dallas Jewish Community contributes $25,000 to Mayor's Disaster Relief Fund. 13 VOLUME 59 NO. 47 texasjewishpost.com $1.00 Early elections for Israel Sharon shakes Israeli politics by leaving Likud to form own party By Dan Baron JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israeli poli- tics usually make for fine drama — and 2006 is shaping up to be no exception to that rule. Prime Minister Ariel Sharon quit the Likud Party on Monday to form a new centrist party to compete in early elections expected to take place in March. Sharon's new party to be called the National Responsibility Party is expected to capitalize on main- stream support for his decision to withdraw Israeli soldiers and set- tlers from the Gaza Strip last August. But polls suggest that Sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 24 November 2005

TJP V59-47 11-24-05 p01-04 11/21/05 6:06 PM Page 2 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year November 24,2005 [II Bnai Zion Foundation Dallas cordially invites you to ^ rdially invites you our fabulous Gala Celebration of Israel Honoring Sy and Roberta Saffran < • 1- > HJI and three generations of our own Texas Jewish Post Rene Wisch, Sharon Wisch-Ray, Amy Davidsohn Doty and Reuben Davidsohn. Dynamic entertainment by Yoel Sharabi Saturday, December 10, 2005, 7PM At the Addison Conference Center, 15650 Addison Road, Addison, Texas Hors d'oeuvres, cocktails, dinner, and world class entertainment! Live auction, silent auction with special guest Ms. Susie Gold Presenting her fabulous collection of Diamonds, Gold and More ... For more information and reservations call: , 972-918-9200 . iih Around the Jewish World In Brussels, first female rabbi blazes trail for others to follow By Gidon van Emden BRUSSELS (JTA) — Floriane Chinsky is attracting a lot of atten- tion as Belgium's first fe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 24 November 2005

TJP V59-47 11-24-05 p01-04 11/21/05 6:08 PM Page 3 -e November 24,2005 Feature In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Magen David Adom > status improves After decades of exclusion, organization expects change By Chanan Tigay NEW YORK (JTA) — Riding the coattails of Israel's withdrawal from the Gaza Strip, Magen David Adom appears to be on the verge of securing full-member status in the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies after close to 60 years of exclusion. On a recent visit to Israel, Swiss Foreign Minister Micheline Calmy- Rey announced that she would shortly convene a conference at which signatories to the Geneva Conventions would consider an amendment calling for a neutral emblem. That would smooth the way for Israel to shed its observer status in favor of full partnership in the international association. "It's been long overdue," said Arye Mekel, Israel's consul general in New York. "It's the new and improved atmosphere" following the Gaza withdraw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 24 November 2005

TJP V59-47 11-24-05 p01-04 11/21/05 7:20 PM Page 4 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year November 24,2005 JTA News Briefs Hezbollah launches assault Hezbollah militiamen launched a massive assault on Israel's northern border. At least one Israeli was killed Monday when the Lebanese militia shelled Mount Dov and other army positions along the border. Dozens of shells fell near the northern towns of Metulla and Shlomi, prompting authorities to order residents to shelters. Hezbollah guerrillas also stormed Ghajhar, an Arab village straddling the Israel-Lebanon border, in an apparent bid to kidnap Israeli soldiers. But the army which has been on high alert for such an operation, fired first, killing at least four Hezbollah men. E.U. OKs border job The European Union authorized monitors for the border between the Gaza Strip and Egypt. Under Monday's agreement, the European Union will send a unit of monitors to the Rafah border terminal by week's end so Palestinians can leave and enter Ga...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 24 November 2005

TJP V59-47 11-24-05 p05-08 11/21/05 6:31 PM Page 5 -e November 24,2005 Opinion In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Critic: Why does Foxman tout 'menace5 of evangelicals? To raise more money 7 V SEATTLE (JTA) — Devoted to fighting anti-Jewish bigotry, the Anti-Defamation League is America's most influential Jewish group. So what are we to make of the weird air of unreality in the ADL's public statements about Christians? Consider the recent address by Abraham Foxman, the ADL's national director, to the group's annual meeting, in which he called for a community-wide response to a growing threat. Foxman spoke Nov. 3 in New York during a week when disturbing news sto- ries were unfolding around the world. The riots across France by immigrant Muslim youths were building to a climax. These are the same youths who have been terrorizing French Jews for the past five years — assaulting individuals, fire- bombing synagogues and desecrating Jewish cemeteries. The same week, Iran's president was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 24 November 2005

TJP V59-47 11-24-05 p05-08 11/21/05 7:18 PM Page 6 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year November 24,2005 O-'O ROAD B KES a & © MOUNTAIN BIKES COMFORT BIKES We offer the largest selection of Bikes, Clothing & Accessories in Texas! High-Tech Bikes, Old-Fashioned Service Come See Us Soon! DALLAS-WHITE ROCK: 9D4D Garland Rd. * 214/321 -0705,3 Blocks East of the Dallas Arboretum, Monday - Friday 10-7 • Saturday 9-6 • Sunday 12-5 RICHARDSON: 1451 W. Campbell Rd. • 972/231-3993, South East Corner of Campbell 8 Coit, Monday - Friday 10-8 • Saturday 9-6 • Sunday 12-5 FRISCO: 8820 John Hickman Pkwy. • 972-335-7600, Across from La Hacienda Ranch Monday - Friday 10-7. Sat 9-6. Sunday 12-5 -e- i Celia and Larry Schoenbrun Did you know that you can create a legacy that will live beyond your own lifetime? You can.* Call to find out how. Gay Daneman (214) 615-5260 or Paula Romberg (214) 615-5243 or contact us by E-mail at foundation@jfgd.org. Visit us online at www.jewishdallas.org • Fax (...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 24 November 2005

TJP V59-47 11-24-05 p05-08 11/21/05 6:33 PM Page 7 November 24,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Award-winning Film at Magnolia Theatre "39 Pounds of Love," the award- winning documentary about 34-year-old medical miracle Ami Ankilewitz, makes its Dallas release at the Landmark Magnolia Theatre on Dec. 9, with a sneak preview at the Magnolia on Monday, Nov. 28, 7:30 p.m. When Ami was a year old, he was diagnosed with a rare form of SMA Type 2 (Spinal Muscular Atrophy) by a San Antonio doctor, who told his mother he wouldn't live past the age of 6. Now 28 years later, he weighs only 39 pounds and cannot move any part of his body below his neck. Heartbroken over his unrequited love for his caretaker and defying doctor's orders, he sets off from his home in Tel Aviv for a cross-country road trip of the United States to find the infamous Dr. Cordova. Joined by friends and family members, his motivation is not about blame, but about defiance against an incorrect diagnosis. Along th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 24 November 2005

TJP V59-47 11-24-05 p05-08 11/21/05 7:16 PM Page 8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year November 24,2005 New Kollel reaches across the community By Josh Bernstein The new Community Kollel of Dallas kicked off its inaugural High Holiday season with enlightening lectures and exciting programming designed to spread a real sense of enjoyment and understanding. Around Rosh Hashanah, I attended several Community Kollel classes where each of us was compared to a ship in the night, on a stormy sea, unable to see which direction to steer in order to avoid the dan- gers that lie ahead. Rosh Hashanah was compared to the beam of a lighthouse that pierces the darkness,illuminating the ship, and allowing the captain to see where he is in relation to the landmarks in the distance and to thereby chart a safe course. These Kollel classes really crystallized the pur- pose of the New Year for me and for the first time made the true meaning of the holiday really easy to understand: If you don't know wher...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 24 November 2005

TJP V59-47 11-24-05 p09-ll 11/21/05 6:23 PM Page 9 November 24,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Business Cutting-edge technology for successful businesses Last week, HBR Technologies hosted its annual Technology Expo, featuring cutting-edge technology products and solutions. Business owners, executives, and information technology professionals attended the Expo held at the Westin Park Central Hotel. The theme of the Expo this year was "Security and Mobility Solutions." For 21 years, HBR Technologies has been edu- cating area business owners and IT (Information Technology) profes- sionals on how to use technology to best enable their businesses. This year, HBR focused on updating and educating businesses on how to defend their networks and data against the newest security threats, such as spyware. Also, IT managers learned how in-house sys- tems and resources can be provided to their mobile workers. Sales- people, engineers and delivery people can all become more pro- ductive ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 24 November 2005

TJP V59-47 11-24-05 p09-ll 11/21/05 6:12 PM Page 10 -e 10 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year November 24,2005 STOP for All your Real Estate Needs • Residential 8 Commercial • Sales, Purchases, 8 Leases • Mortgages: Purchase or Refinance norman HOPPENSTEIN REALTOR® Infiniti Plus Realty, LLC Infiniti Plus Mortgage, LLC Broker #27417 t = I EQUAL HOUSHQ LENDER 17772 Preston Rd., Ste 203 Dallas, TX 75252 (972) 931-4000 O u m rl ?MN. Grocery, Deli, Bakery, Catering KOSHER FOOD AVAILABLE & BEST PRICES! 14902 Preston Road, suite 1300 Dallas, TX 75254 SE corner on Beltline Phone:972-763-1842 www.shinesmeditefraneanmarket.coln Buy $40.00 or more and get a FREE movie ticket for the AMC theaters. While tickets last. Buy 1 Shawarma at regular price and get the second Shawarma HALF PRICE. Offer expires 11/30/05 Women's Clothes & Accessories c Shabbat Dresses & Suits Bridal Wear oSwim Wear c Sports Wear c Evening Wear c Custom Jewelry Elegance Boutique FREE BASIC ALTERATIONS 4701 Frank...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 24 November 2005

TJP V59-47 11-24-05 p09-ll 11/21/05 6:13 PM Page 11 November 24,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 11 KUNGHOFFER continued from page 5 appreciate that we don't live in medieval Europe, but rather in a time of unprece- dented Christian philo-Semitism, especially among conservative Christians. For the needlessly heightened state of Jewish concern about evangelicals, we can't blame the ADL entirely. Yet the group has done much to exacerbate Jewish wor- ries. What drives the ADL to stoke our fears? Let's be realistic.Naturally, a crusading non-profit organization needs a bad guy to give a sense of urgency to its fund- raising campaigns. The ADL has more than $52 million in yearly expenses, including Foxman's $412,000 in salary and other compensation (according to publicly available 2003 tax information). Not bad for a non-profit. The anti-defamation professionals of the Jewish community are no dummies. Nor, I believe, are they paranoid. Or cyn- ical. True, if these well-meaning fol...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 24 November 2005

TJP V59-47 11-24-05 pl2-13 11/21/05 6:54 PM Page 12 12 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year November 24,2005 At the JCC JCC fall fundraiser a laugh a minute r, > - Audience Member Andy Dropkin assists Brad Sherwood and Colin Mochrie. With the thunderous applause when they hit the stage and the non- stop hysterics — it was apparent the improv team of Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood — was the right choice for the JCC's fall fundraiser at the Eisemann Center on Oct. 30. Working entirely off audience suggestions and occasionally audi- ence members at their side, the popular duo from ABC's "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" assured the crowd up front, "At no point do we know what's going on." From the love triangle showdown at Dunkin' Donuts involving Carol and loel from the audience — to participants Stuart and lana giving their best water hose and honking horn impressions — all ages were kept in stitches throughout the evening. The near sell-out Sunday perfor- mance was a fine example of what...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 24 November 2005

TJP V59-47 11-24-05 pl2-13 11/21/05 6:16 PM Page 13 November 24,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 13 Federation News Jewish community contributes $250,000 to Mayor's Disaster Relief Fund .0.000 00s Jim Mogue, Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) president; Carol Aaron, Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas (JFGD) president elect; Howard Feinberg; senior managing director of UJC Consulting; Marlene Gorin, JCRC director; Gary Weinstein, JFGD executive vice president; Mayor Laura Miller and City Council Member Mitchell Rasansky. DALLAS - The Jewish Federa- tion of Greater Dallas announced today that its request for a donation of $250,000 to the Mayor's Disaster Relief Fund from its national agency, United Jewish Communi- ties (UJC), has been granted. The money will be allocated from a col- lective $24 million raised to date by the UJC, which represents and serves 155 Jewish federations and 400 independent Jewish communi- ties across North America. Dallas Mayor Laura Miller rec...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 24 November 2005

TJP V59-47 11-24-05 pl4-16 11/21/05 6:18 PM Page 14 -e 14 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year November 24,2005 Book Review Nothing Sacred: lie ruth About Judaism5 By Harriet P. Gross Pop culture changes virtually everything — our own religion included. Douglas Rushkoff takes a look at the latter through the the provocative title, "Nothing Sacred: The Truth About Judaism." "For many people," he has written, "crises like a global reces- sion, terrorist threats to the United the Middle East have been strong motivators to take a good hard look at the role of faith in their lives. The sudden realization that one's financial or even physical eyes ofthe former in his book with States, and the escalating war in security is at risk is enough to send I DON'T MISS THIS 'JOYOUS' FILM EXPERIENCE!! WINNER" BEST PICTURE k ISRAELI CRITICS AWARD M "★ ★ ★ -Jan Stuart, HEWSDAY WINNER' BEST ACTOR I ISRAELI ACADEMY OF FILM & j & TELEVISION OPHIR AWARDS d GROUNDBREAKING ...a joyous" affirmation of...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 24 November 2005

TJP V59-47 11-24-05 pl4-16 11/21/05 6:19 PM Page 15 -e November 24,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 15 for a year, to read Judaism's important texts and see if he could apply their enduring wisdom to his modern media dilemma. On his very first Shabbat morning, Rushkoff had that flash of discovery: "Jewish ritual seemed to embody the very prin- ciples I had been fighting for in NOTHING SACRED THE TRUTH ABOUT JUDAISM mote transparency...Annotations judged most successful by the greater community become part of the religion's core code — just as in the shareware software development community. Images are forbidden because they can so easily become sacred in their own right." And yet more: "Jewish rituals require community participa- tion. The Torah cannot even be read unless a minyan is present. Study is not a private encounter, but a group experience in which discussion is encouraged and insights are shared...a safeguard against the destructive impact of isolation." But as so o...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 24 November 2005

TJP V59-47 11-24-05 pl4-16 11/21/05 7:01 PM Page 16 -e 16 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year November 24,2005 Torah Portion Parshat Chaye Sarah: Genesis 23:1-25:18 EFRAT — This week's Biblical reading opens with a strange and verbose dia- logue that seems to go in circles. Abraham requires a burial plot for his beloved wife Sarah, who has just died. He asks "to be given the possession of a grave," (23:4) and he is immediately told that he can choose any one he wishes. (23:5) Here is where the discussion ought end: request granted. But apparently the patriarch is not sat- isfied; he insists on meeting a certain Efron ben Zahar, from whom he wishes to purchase a field with a two-story cave for "full money as a possession." (23:9) Efron seems most accommodating, wishing to give him the cave as a gift. Abraham remains dissatisfied, so Efron charges him 400 shekels of silver, and the purchase deal is consummated. What's going on? Why does Abraham insist on paying for what he can obtain f...

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