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HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, JUNE 14, 2019 PAGE 9A By Gloria Yousha--Call 407-657-9405 Today, June 14th is my birthday (Do NOT ask the year!). When I was little, my mother said that people were flying their American flags in honor of my birthday. I believed her! 'Anti-Semitism is no longer the extreme 'It is now mainstream!' "This frightening thought comes from World Jewish Congress CEO and Executive Vice President ROBERT SINGER when he recently addressed the Conference on CombatingAnti-Semitism in the OSCE Region in Bratislava, Slovakia, which brought together political leaders, government representatives and stakeholders in academia, civil society organizations and the media. Singer noted the concerning survey released late last year by the European Union's Agency for Fundamental Rights that indicated a high sentiment among Jews of feeling targeted by hate, noting that 'extremists on both the far-left and the far- right, anti-Semites and other lowlifes find common ground when it comes to hatred of Jews. On the far-right, extremist parties have entered the main- stream, exploiting and manipulating Holocaust memory and glorifying Nazis as part of the nationalist agenda, denying their own anti-Semitism by claiming to be pro-Israel. On the far-left, disagreement with Israeli government policies has morphed into a disturbing anti-Zionism that seeks to deny the Jewish people the right to a state of their own, and to delegitimize Israel's very existence. Anti-Semitism is no longer the extreme, as we stated before, but the mainstream. Singer added that anti-Semites have found the Internet to be an effective way of spreading their hate to an unimaginable number of people but noted that this serious threat pales in comparison to the threat Jewish communities around the world face to their physical security in Bulgaria, Belgium, Denmark and even the United States, to name just a few recent examples. 'We must fined new ways to reach young people, what- ever their nationality or religion, so they learn the lessons of history's greatest tragedy,' Singer said, pointing to further statistics released last month by the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust that found that 1 in 20 Britons do not believe that the Holocaust happened and 12 percent think the scale of the genocide was inflated. Initiatives like the WJC #WeRemember campaign, which has reached more than 1 billion people in more than 100 countries with the message of preserving Holocaust memory since it began in 2017, are imperative, Using social media, we have fostered a community of people who have a common goal, namely, to stand up to hate." Great to see "old" friends (Of course, I don't literally mean "old" friends just good friends who you don't often see.) Sudoku (see page 14A for solution SUDOKU Leeba Marlow, Ethel Goldberg & Evelyn Cohen. I'm referring to ETHEL GOLDBERG, a dear friend of mine who used to live here in Central Florida but now resides on or Longing for delicious kosher-style food, we chose to get together at Too Jays in Altamonte Springs. (rum, matzo ball soup with NO calories!) It was enjoyable seeing these great gals again and I look forward to the next meeting. Attention Jazz lovers On Sunday, June 30th, from 12:30 until 2:30 p.m TERRY MYERS is bringing his enormous talent and musical skills to the Altamonte Chapel, 825 E. Altamonte Drive, Altamonte Springs. He will be accompanied by RON MILLS on piano, GREG ZABEL on bass and GREG PARNELL on drums. This, my friends, is a great group! There is a $13 donation to attend. For information, phone 407-339-5208. JCC39ers Cinema Sundays On Sunday, June 16, beginning at 2 p.m. in the Maitland JCC Senior Lounge, the film "Eighth Grade" directed by comedian BO BURNHAM will be shown. Refreshments are available. JCC39ers Meet & Mingle Mondays At I p.m. in the Maitland JCC Senior Lounge, on June 17th, DAVE ROBINSON will present"What VITAS means to seniors." There will be refreshments. Shout-Out So far, as a vocalist I have recorded CDs. The musicians I worked with through the years were the finest (both here in town and also in Brazil.) 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Ladies, go back home to your daughters 7 9 another dear friend (who still resides in Central Florida), and td them that when making love with a good Jewish hus- EVELYN COHEN. band, hey should please make a little wiggle." 4 3 8 7 5 "1 @ Florida enacts law barr g anti-Semitism, r g 8 re "hgious discrimin ion in schools g 2 1 4 6 8 (JNS)--Florida Gov. Ron State Department defini- wellb ondtheJewishcommu- alarming rate," said IAC for 2 3 9 DeSantis signed legislation tion of anti-Semitism and nity,"nidtheAmericanJewish Action's directorofpolicyand on Wednesday, May 29, bar- mandatesthatdiscrimination Comnittee in astatement, government affairs, Joseph 1 7 6 5 2 3 ringanti-Semitismandother against Jewish people be con- political arm for the Sabag, in a statement. "We religious discrimination in sideredsimilartoactsofracial IsraebAmericanCouncilalso are pleased to see that Jewish 6 4 the Sunshine State's public discrimination in Florida's applauded the law. and Israeli Americans are not schools, public-education institutions. "Data indisputably shows left to contend with incidents The Florida state legisla- "The bill sends a strong that Jews are the most likely ofanti-Semitichatredalone." 5 4 g 2 6 ture unanimously passed the signal that Florida will not of all minority groups to be Jews are the most tar- legislation in both chambers tolerate anti-Semitism, a can- victimized by incidents of geted for hate crimes among S lt Point in April. cer that continues to grow and hate, and that anti-Semitism religious groups annually, viii in the blank squares in the grid, making sure that every The law adopts the U.S. threaten the fabric of society is continuing to rise at an according to the FBI. row, column and 3-by-3 box includes all digits I through 9.