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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 16 June 2005

TJP V59-24 06-16-05 pW05-W08 6/14/05 5:09 PM Page W5 June 16,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post W5 Gown care How to preserve your wedding dress ior years to come By Amanda Kennedy Copley News Service You found the perfect gown, you looked radiant on your wedding day but now it's come time to store away this precious heirloom. Giving your gown the care it needs now will ensure its beauty for years to come. According to the Association of Wedding Gown Specialists, pre- serving your gown begins with hand cleaning done by a specialist who will use the proper chemicals to remove visible stains then package the dress with acid-free tissue in a special archival-quality box. A specialist will also know how to best clean stains left by wine, soda and cake that dry cleaning does not properly address, According to the association, sugar-based stains will brown fabric over time if not properly removed. Here are some gown-care tips from the association to help keep your dress looking its be...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 16 June 2005

TJP V59-24 06-16-05 pW05-W08 6/14/05 5:11 PM Page W6 W6 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 16,2005 Young Israeli Yemenites revive pre-nuptial henna ceremony By Sharon Kanon (IPS) Guests begin to trickle in for the henna ceremony, or hinne, scheduled for 7:30 pm at the WIZO Club in Rehovot, located on a secluded driveway off Herzl Street. Ora Melamad waits outside to greet her guests. "Yes, this is the right place." The mother of the bride-to- be introduces herself. She is trying to appear calm, but is obviously quite emotional. "Merav is my only daughter; an only child," she says. The hinne ceremony is held by Jews from Sephardic countries about a week before a wedding and symbol- BILL DECORATIONS SPECIAL EVENTS PROP RENTALS billreed.com THEME PARTY PROPS! Bar/Bat Mitzvahs Weddings Birthday Parties Social Events Celebrate... Decorate!!! 214-823-3154 717 S. Good Latimer Expy. Dallas, TX 75226 izes the bittersweet separation of the young bride from her family. Over the past 30 ye...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 16 June 2005

TJP V59-24 06-16-05 pW05-W08 6/14/05 5:12 PM Page W7 June 16,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post w7 Moslem countries due to the brides' young age. "Many girls were betrothed at the age of 8 or 9 in Yemen; 12 was late. If not, parents feared that they would be taken by the Moslems and converted," explains Merav's aunt, Tamar. On reaching the hall, guests and family surround Merav, join hands and break into spontaneous dance - the intricate steps of the Yemenite dances familiar to all the guests, including Merav's Ashkenazi friends from college. Despite this, the music is provided by a hip-looking DJ (a touch of modern culture) while the guests are dressed in anything from jeans and long-toed stiletto heels to suits and stylish outfits. After an hour or so of dancing, Merav leaves the hall to change her costume for the second procession. Surrounded by friends and relatives - including her future mother-in-law - many of them have now changed into traditional Yemenite garb to add so...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 16 June 2005

TJP V59-24 06-16-05 pW05-W08 6/14/05 5:12 PM Page W8 m Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 16,2005 Passing the torch Jewish lifecycle events are family history opportunities By Schelly Talalay Dardashti A friend went off to London recently for a family bar mitzvah and got much more than she had bargained for. As keeper of the family records, she had brought some forms and self-addressed envelopes for other guests to complete at home and mail back. As soon as she told her table- mates, however, they ripped open the envelopes, scrounged for pens and immediately filled out the papers. Guests at adjacent tables also wanted in, and the caterer ran off more forms! Instead of sitting and waiting at home for envelopes to arrive in her KOSTflS CflFE Authentic Greek Cuisine 4914 Ireenuille fluenue • (2 4) 987~32i 4621 West Park Blud. • Suite 100 (972) 596-8727 • (972) 596-8424 Piano 1050 IDest Park Blud., Piano, Texas 75075 (972)424-6340 We will take care of all you catering needs so you ...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 16 June 2005

TJP V59-24 06-16-05 pW09-W12 6/14/05 5:43 PM Page W9 June 16,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post W9 damaged) and label them with names of people, dates, places. Don't forget to add the relation- ship of those pictured to the celebrant, such as "great-great- grandfather." Family collections of colorful inscribed event kippas can be dis- played. An often overlooked source of family data, these items, sometimes spanning several gen- erations, are useful to roots researchers, as well as functional. New ideas include kippas printed for family holiday dinners - many families also photograph and videotape these annual events. In Los Angeles, I've even seen ele- gant black suede kippas designed for funerals of family patriarchs, including the English and Hebrew names and dates of death. One California bat mitzvah cel- ebration displayed a large laminated circular chart, signed by guests, along with a display of treasured old photographs (copies, of course!). A New York wedding included ...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 16 June 2005

TJP V59-24 06-16-05 pW09-W12 6/14/05 6:08 PM Page W10 W10 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 16,2005 Making a simcha with brunch By NaomiArbit The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle For many celebrations, the wedding or bar/bat mitzvah may be the main event but it's also part of a weekend of events. Hosting out-of-town guests may include entertaining them before or after the main simcha. And for many hosting a brunch is a perfect chance to fill out a cel- ebratory weekend. Brunch seems to bring out the best in people, because it is so informal and gives everyone a chance to visit at length while consuming very comforting foods at a leisurely pace. Choose one or two of the varied main dish items to suit your taste, adding rolls, bagels, coffee cake or sweet rolls and coffee or tea. While everyone is gathering, drinks with or without alcohol can be served, along with a bowl of nuts. Bloody Shame 1/2 tsp. fresh lime juice or Rose's lime juice 1/4 tsp. Worcestershire sauce 1/8 tsp. celery ...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 16 June 2005

TJP V59-24 06-16-05 pW09-W12 6/14/05 6:01 PM Page #11 June 16,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Wit liquid mixture and refrigerate covered for six hours or overnight. Before serving, bring to room temperature, dot with three table- spoons butter and bake in a preheated 350-degree oven for 45 minutes to one hour or until golden brown. Cut in squares and serve with sweets, such as apple- sauce or pancake syrup, or with sliced tomatoes and red onions and mustard. Apple and Cheese Layered Souffle 8 slices of bread, cut into cubes 8 oz. cream cheese, cut into cubes 1 large Granny Smith apple, peeled, seeded and chopped 6 eggs 1 cup milk 1 tsp. cinnamon Powdered sugar, sifted Syrup of choice Place half of the bread cubes in an 11 x 7 inch baking dish. Cover with all of the cream cheese cubes. Sprinkle with the chopped apples. Top evenly with the remaining bread cubes. In a bowl, beat together eggs, milk and cinnamon until well blended . Pour over bread mixture. Cover and refrigerate...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 16 June 2005

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 p01-04 6/21/05 1:48 PM Page 1 -e Thursday, June 23,2005 16 Sivan 5765 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post mm' In Berlin, a new Jewish school offers tradition for those who want it 2 Just a click away, Jewish resources available throughout the country 7 Area day schools send graduates off with pomp and circumstance 12 VOLUME 59 NO. 25 texasjewishpost.com New revelations in AIPAC case Indictment of staffers expected By Ron Kampeas and Matthew E. Berger WASHINGTON (JTA) — Two former staffers at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee facing indictment on espionage charges shared allegedly classified information at the crux of the case against them with AIPAC's execu- tive director as soon as they received it, JTA has learned. Howard Kohr had no idea that the information in the July 21,2004 e-mail from Keith Weissman, then AIPAC's Iran analyst, was classified, multiple sources said, and the gov- ernment has told AIPAC that Kohr is not the subject of any investiga- ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 p01-04 6/21/05 12:37 PM Page 2 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 23,2005 Around the Jewish World Berlin gets a new Jewish school By TobyAxelrod BERLIN (JTA) - The creation of a new Jewish preschool in the city that once was the heart of Nazi Germany reflects a growing need for tradi- tional Jewish education in Germany, observers say. Some say it even could attract young Orthodox families from else - where in Europe. Talmud Torah Or Avner is sched- uled to open in August with 18 students, JTA has learned. It will be run under the auspices of the Rohr Chabad Center of Berlin. "The Jewish community has made an official decision to take it under its auspices," said Rabbi Yehudah Teichtal of Chabad Berlin. The school will offer prayer and tra- ditional religious studies for students. "It's not an Orthodox school to make people Orthodox, but it works on tradition," Teichtal said. "We want to show people the beauty" of Judaism. The impetus for the new school ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 p01-04 6/21/05 12:37 PM Page 3 -e June 23,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Behind the Headlines Hamas success at polls poses dilemma or British breign policy By Daniella Peled LONDON (JTA) - The recent admission by Foreign Secretary Jack Straw that British diplomats held talks with local Hamas officials may have angered Israel, but it hints at a wider change in British policy toward the terrorist group. The British government report- edly is weighing sweeping changes to its Israeli-Palestinian strategy in response to the changing profile of Hamas, which increasingly is gaining political ground - though it refuses to disarm or accept the exis- tence of a Jewish state. Hamas won control of 30 out of 84 local councils in the West Bank and Gaza Strip in municipal elec- tions held in May. Similar developments in Lebanon, where Hezbollah has won 33 seats in the 128-member Parliament, have added urgency to the U.K. policy review. While Straw himself supports incl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 p01-04 6/21/05 3:49 PM Page 4 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 23,2005 Washington Watch Ugly exchange on Air Force Academy Leading Republicans this week defended proselytization at the Air Force Academy and accused Demo- cratic critics of being "anti-Christian" as floor debate turned so ugly that one lawmaker was forced to recant or face official sanction. The attack by Rep. John Hostettler (R-Ind.) repre- sented "the most despicable level of debate and the most appalling rhetoric I've ever seen in Congress," said Rep. Steve Israel (D-NY), who has been pushing for legisla- tion requiring the Air Force to develop a plan for dealing with the religious coercion that has plunged the Colorado Springs school into controversy. "Those of us who support the personal expression of religion, but also protecting and defending the Constitution, were accused of being anti-Christian, as 'demonizing' people of faith," the Jewish law- maker said in an interview. In the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 p05-08 6/21/05 3:57 PM Page 5 -e June 23,2005 Opinion In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Oy, Oprah By Joseph Aaron Chicago Jewish News I do not like Oprah Winfrey. I really do not like Oprah Win- frey Never have. I know that's close to heresy. But so it is. There are lots of reasons I feel the way I do about Oprah. For starters, there is her incredible pettiness. Remember a few years ago when she had her book club where she would read a new book and tell her loyal viewers why she liked it and urged them to buy it. Whatever book she recom- mended would find its sales go through the roof. Good for book reading in this age of the Internet and good for those authors, many of them unknown, who won Oprah's favor. But then remember when she picked a book by an author, Jonathan Franzen, who said he'd take a pass and not appear on Oprah's show for her to sing his book's praises. Of course, Franzen was a fool for acting as he did, indulged in typical intellectual snooty be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 p05-08 6/21/05 3:15 PM Page 6 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 23,2005 Dallas Doings Shaare Tefilla holds scholar in residence weekend Shaare Tefilla Congregation invites the community to join them this weekend for a very special Shabbat with Scholar-in- Residence Rabbi Dr. Michael Rosen, founder of YAKAR The Center for Tra- dition and Creativity and father of current COTEL member Chananel Rosen. Rabbi Dr. Michael Rosen founded YAKAR in 1979 in order to perpetuate the ideals of his father, Rabbi Dr. Yaacov Kopul Rosen: a Judaism based on knowl- edge of Torah, learning and vibrant spirituality that would at the same time be universal, non-denominational, tol- erant and open to ideas and intellectual curiosity. Initially founded in London, YAKAR is a center for adult education programming, an arena for political and social debate, a multi-cultural atmos- phere and a venue for inter-faith communication. Its religious life and ser- vices, while based on Jew...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 p05-08 6/21/05 12:58 PM Page 7 -e June 23,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Check it out Some out of town resources of interest -w- k yhile most of us are \/\ / familiar with the many ? V kinds of Jewish resources on our local scene, we are less likely to know about the growing body of national organizations now available to us. Below is a listing of some of these out-of-town resources. If you have others to add, we welcome them for future updated lists. If you con- tact any of the resources below, please let us know your level of satisfaction. Center for Cultural Judaism 224 West 35th St., Suite 410 New York, NY 10001 Phone (212) 564-6711 Fax (212) 564-6721 www.culturaijudaism.org This Center fosters increased engagement of cultural, secular, non- religious and humanistic Jews in Jewish life. Recognizing that children of this population are unlikely to receive much significant Jewish edu- cation, the Center is currently exploring new options; its belief is...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 p05-08 6/21/05 1:19 PM Page 8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 23,2005 BARD continued from page 5 fail, Israel will undoubtedly be blamed for failing to do more to help him. 8. Israel attacks Iran - Israel considers Iranian development of nuclear weapons to be an existential threat. Israel has little faith in the Europeans or diplo- macy and hopes the U. S. will take action to stop the Iranians. If Israel believes Iran wilnotbe deterred,itmaytake unilateral military action. The ourent U.S. admin- istration would privately applaud the action,but might be aiticalin public. The international reaction would be similar to 1981,buttlie U.S. would bemore likely to veto any UN. condemnation this time. Hie Arab world would be relieved at non-Arab Iran's capability being delayed or destroyed,but publiclywillbe in an uproar that might further inflame the situation in Iraq and provoke greater anti-Israel and anti-American sentiment throughout the region. 9. Iran gets ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 p09-ll 6/21/05 1:31 PM Page 9 June 23,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Kosher and Jewish food books Two new entries shine By Rabbi Rachel Esserman The Reporter Group Every Jewish lifecycle event from birth to death usually includes a meal. Every Jewish holiday well, except for fast days features a special culinary treat. Food is an integral part of Judaism. A rabbinic saying sug- gests that after death, we not only have to answer for the sins we've committed, but for the righteous treats we denied ourselves; the cat- egory of righteous treats is believed to include food. Two recent works look at the Jewish connections to food. "How to Keep Kosher: A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding Jewish Dietary Laws" by Lise Stern (William Morrow) gives an excel- lent overview of the rules of kashrut; in addition, it contains almost 70 pages of recipes for those looking for a taste of Jewish cooking. Matthew Goodman's "Jewish Food: The World at Table" (HarperCollins)...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 p09-ll 6/21/05 1:31 PM Page 10 -e 10 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 23,2005 Business Bits and bytes Tech talk lor non-techies Face it, computers are here to stay. So if you are someone who feels as though you are in another world and completely lost when around "techies" (like yours truly), maybe it's time we "byte" the bullet and learn a few terms. . .maybe even enough to make us seem like we know what we are doing. When I was hired as the business development and marketing manager for CM IT Solutions, it was quite a sur- prise to realize how many 16 percent had never heard of the term "spam" to describe unsolicited e-mail, even though 76 percent were worried about junk e-mails. Twenty percent admitted they did not know what to do to generallyprotect them- selves online. Therefore, being completely vulnerable without any anti- virus or spyware protection; and most not having current updates to help ensure protec- tion. Over the past few months, I have m...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 p09-ll 6/21/05 1:32 PM Page 11 June 23,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 11 AARON continued from page 5 no one may do anything but squeal with delight and thank heaven that we are lucky enough to be living in a world where there is an Oprah. And then, of course, there is her magazine, which is actually what prompts me to share my thoughts about Oprah. You know, her magazine, O, which every issue features on its cover a picture of, guess who, Oprah. But then who else deserves to be on the cover? After all, she's Oprah. Anyway, as we all know, Oprah is all wise about all things. And she shares her wisdom in her magazine each month, telling us how to live and what matters and what's right and who and what to care about. In the current issue of her maga- zine, Oprah has a story that truly shows how delusional she is. It's the story of Yusra Abdu, an 18-year-old Palestinian. "A wonder- fully frivolous teenager," "a happy girl with an optimistic smile." Oh, by th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 pl2-13 6/21/05 2:56 PM Page 12 -e 12 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 23,2005 Graduation Akiba Academy delivers diplomas for 2005 Akiba Academy of Dallas held graduation ceremonies, for the Class of 2005, at Con- gregation Tiferet Israel, on Sunday, May 29. The gradu- ates spoke, in both Hebrew and English, about their memories of school, their dreams for the future, their friendships and their respect for those who taught them. The students' diplomas were given by Head of Teresa Ganis, Irina Chausovsky, Marcy Stollon, Libe Newman, Rabbi Zev Silver, Rabbi Uri Grosberg, Rabbi Ronen Shimon, Steve Kaufman, Rabbi Chayim Alevsky, Lili Feingold, Miriam Tannenbaum, Rabbi Michael Schachter, Dr. Paula Harvey, Susan Bisanz and Mark Stolovitsky delivered the following class honors: Male Athlete, William Zal- Top row: Miriam Silver, Ariel Osterreicher and Ethan Waranch; middle row: Sarah Blasnik, Michelle Benaim, Olivia Harris, Patrisiya Khunteyev and Molly Geller; bo...

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