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HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, MARCH 9, 2018 PAGE 9A By Gloria Yousha--Call 407-657-9405 or Our people have been there I read this in a letter from the American Jewish World Service: As this column is read, "we have just celebrated Purim, a celebratory holiday filled full of treats and costumes. Purim has deep lessons to teach us about fighting intolerance and acting on our shared values to pursue justice. Just as Queen Esther courageously stood up to the evil Haman and saved the Jewish community of ancient Persia, we too can stand up for those who face persecution today. In Burma (also known as Myanmar) the Rohingya ethnic minority is under threat of annihilation from the Burmese military. Whole villages have been destroyed, families mas- sacred, women gang-raped and infants burned alive. It's simply devastating. The Rohingya have suffered violence and discrimination for decades because of their ethnicity." (Sound familiar?) (What can we do to help? you ask. To find the answer, please either phone the AJWS in New York at 212-273-1620 or email them at . Remember, "Whoever destroys a soul, it is as if he destroyed an entire world. And whoever saves a life, it is as if he saved an entire world." Jerusalem Talmud Sanhedrin. Remembering Jewish history The following message was addressed from President Herbert Hoover to Emanuel Neumann of the Zionist Organization and was read at the organization's dinner oftheAmerican Palestine Committee in Washington, D.C on Jan. 17, 1932: President Herbert Hoover "I am interested to learn that a group of distinguished men and women is to be formed to spread knowledge and appreciation of the rehabilitation which is going forward in Palestine under Jewish auspices, and to add my expression to the sentiment among our people in favor of the realization of the age-old aspirations of the Jewish People for the restoration of their national homeland. I shall appreciate it if you will present my cordial greetings to those attending the dinner to advance this enterprise." (Yeah! Israel!) A very special event On Wednesday, March 14th, from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at the Orlando Science Center, the fabulous J Ball will be held. It is a prehistoric event ben- efiting The Roth Family JCC. Therewiiibe hors d'oeuvres, an open bar, a silent auction, gaming tables and live enter- tainment. (It doesn't get any better than MICHAEL ANDREW and the J Life Magazine swing band!) CAROL J. McNALLY, early childhood director, will be honored with the Harriet Weiss JCC Legacy Award. For further details, email All that jazz On Sunday, March 25th, CarolMcNally there will be something very special happening at the Altamonte Chapel. Wonderfully talented ALLAN VACHE and his group of special musicians, MARK McKEE on piano, BEN KRAMER on bass and WiLT HUBBARD on drums, will be performing songs from Allan': new CD from Arbors Records that is coming out this montt! The CD is titled "It Might As Well Be Swing." Thi, will be a CD release performance. The Altamonte Chapel is located at 825 East SR 436, A1- tamonte Springs. The phone number is 407-339-5208. (It just doesn't get better than Allan when it comes to great sounds! Don't miss this performance!) One for the road Victor and Rivkah have always wanted a son to join their two stunningly gorgeous teenage daughters and so attempt for 'their' boy one last time. After months of trying, Rivkah gets p gnant and 9 months later delivers a healthy baby boy. Victor is at first ecstatic but as soon as he sees his son he is horrified--it's the ugliest baby he's ever seen. He turns to Rivkah and says, "This can't be my son, Rivkah. Anyone can tell this just by looking at the two beautiful daughters I've fathered. Have you been unfaithful to me?" Rivkah smiles sweetly and replies, "No, not this time. 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Dakin, Kissimmee Robinson's Coffee Shop, 114 Broadway, Kissimmee Osceola County Courthouse, 2 Courthouse Sq, Kissimmee Barnies, 3236 John Young Pwy, Kissimmee Reily's Gourmet Coffee, 3831 Vine St, Kissimmee Shalom Aleichem, 3501 Oak Pointe Blvd, Kissimmee Books-A-Million, 2605 W. Osceola Pwy (522), Kissimmee Lower East Side Deli, 8548 Palm Parkway, Lake Buena By Batya Jerenberg according to the report. The World Israel News possibility of a mass refusal to follow orders to evict Jews Privately and off the re- from their homes "worries cord, US Ambassador David the Israeli government," he Friedman gave apessimistic reportedly said. "The corn- assessment of issues sur- mand echelon in the IDF is rounding a possible peace going more and more to the deal with the Palestinians national religious [sector]. to a group of officials from These are people who feel the ConferenceofPresidents duty-bound to this land as of Major Jewish American land given to them by God," Organizations, according to he added, saying it was his a Channel 10 News report opinion that "the expulsion Monday. of hundreds of thousands of "We do notwant to raise ex- settlers could lead to a civil pectations about the chances war in Israel." ofreachingapeaceagreement On a less controversial toomuch.Wearerealistic.We note, Friedman said that want a peace agreement, but he believed that the Ameri- we know that this would not can embassy would be moved destroyHezbollahorISIS,"he to Jerusalem by the end of reportedly said, while adding, 2019, "at the latest." "In any case, we don't believe Both his interlocutors that threatening to pressure at the meeting and US em- Israel is helpful." bassy representatives pushed He came down hard on back against the remarks the Palestinian Authority, attributed to Ambassador according toa few attendees Friedman. at the briefing, saying, "They Conference of Presidents have not shown that they are ChairmanStephenM. Green- capable of building institu- berg and CEO Malcolm tions that will allow them Hoenlein said in a statement to live in peace with their following Monday's report, neighbors." "We have seen the reports But even ifa dealwas in the on the off-the-record address offing, he was not sanguine held with Ambassador David aboutthechancesthatlsraeli Friedman. The words attrib- society would survive intact, uted to him were taken out of Sudoku (see page 14 for solution SUDOKU Hillel Maeir/TPS David Friedman, US ambassador to Israel context, are incomplete, and settlement growth is not are therefore a distortion of helpful for peace." the ambassador's remarks." Friedman, however, is AU.S.Embassyspokesper-known for his staunchly pro- son said, "The Channel 10 Israel, pro-settlementstance, report is based upon three having been the president of attendees at the conference the American fund-raising who failed to provide much arm for the Yeshiva of Beit El ofthecontextbehindAmbas- in Judea. Itwasalso reported sador Friedman's comments last year that he asked the as well as significant addi- State Department to stop tional and related remarks using the term "occupation" by the Ambassador As for when describing Israel's pres- settlements, theAmbassador ence in Judea, Samaria, and believes that unrestrained eastern Jerusalem. 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