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PAGE 6A MORNING AND EVENING MINYANS (Call synagogue to confirm time.) Chabad of South Orlando--Monday and Thursday, 8 a.m. 407-354-3660. Congregation Ahavas Yisrael--Monday - Friday, 7 a.m.; Sunday, 8 a.m., 407-644-2500. Congregation Chabad Lubavitch of Greater Daytona--Monday, 8 a.m.; Thursday, 8 a.m., 904- 672-9300. Congregation Ohev Shalom--Sunday, 9 a.m., 407-298-4650. GOBOR Community Minyan at Jewish Academy of Orlando--Monday - Friday, 7:45 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Temple Israel--Sunday, 9 a.m., 407-647-3055. FRIDAY, JULY 5 Ahavas Yisrael--Kabbalat, 30 minutes before sundown. Share the Care--A respite care group meets in the senior lounge Of the Jewish Community Center Maitland campus Fridays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Activities include sharingShabbat with JCC preschoolers in the morning and a program with Jewish content provided by the Jewish Pavilion in the afternoon. 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Box 300742 Fern Park, FL 32730 (407) 834-8787 Lllllmmllllll Ifdifferentom above, fillinyour: Name Address City/State/Zip Phone II I Ill I i I I I IIIlll IIIll I IIII I Ill HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, JULY 5, 2013 MONDAY, JULY 8 Congregation Ohev Shalom--The first of a three-part Mondays at 1:00 p.m. series entitted"The Straight Dope on Israel, Part II: Territories, Occupation, and Sovereignty." The Ohev Shalom adult education program, led by Rabbi David Kay, is open to the public at no charge. Info: Susan Sparrow at or 407-298-4650, or visit the Ohev Shalom website at israeli Folk Dancing--7-7:30 p.m. beginners, 7:30-8:15 p.m. instruction, 8:15-10 p.m. re- quests. Cost: Free for JCC members, $5 nonmembers. Info: 407-645-5933. FRIDAY, JULY 12 Ahavas Yisrael--Kabbalat, 30 minutes before sundown. Share the Care--A respite care group meets in the senior lounge of the Jewish Community Center Maitland campus Fridays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Activities include sharing Shabbat with JCC preschoolers in the morning and a program with Jewish content provided by the Jewish Pavilion in the afternoon. Info: Mary Ellen Grant, executive director of Share the Care, at 407-423-5311 or email her at No Happy Meal for you By Linda Gradstein The Media Line When it comes to israel and the Palestinians, every- thing, even a hamburger, is political. Israelis who live in areas that Israel acquired in 1967 are up in arms over McDonald's decision not to open a branch in the mall that will be built in Ariel over the next year. In Israel, the McDonald's franchise is private and is owned by Omri Padan, one of the founders of the dov- ish group Peace Now, which opposes Israeli building in post-1967 areas. There are 170 McDonald's restaurants in Israel, about 40 of which are kosher. The company's website claims it is the largest employer of youth in Israel, giving jobs to 3,000 teenagers, along with 1,000 adults. Padan declined to give an interview to The Media Line but his office sent a one-line reply. "This has always been tire policy of Dr. Omri Padan," referring to the decision not to open restaurants in Ariel, the Golan Heights, which Israel captured from Syria in 1967, br even East Jerusalem, which Israel has annexed. Some in Israel welcomed Padan's decision. "In every democratic coun- try everyone has the right to decide where to live and where to open his business," Yariv Oppenheimer, the director general of Peace Now told The Media Line. "Padan did not want to take part in settle- ment activity. He thinks the settlements are damaging to Israel and we agree." Some right-wing leaders disagreed. Settler leader Yigal Dilmo- ny said that while he doesn't support boycotts consum- ers should vote with their wallets. "Every citizen who cares about the state of Israel should think before he buys a burger: who is he financ- ing?" Dilmony asked The Media Line. "Burger Ranch (a rival local Israeli chain) said theywill open in the new mall. Israeli citizens should support those chains with Zionist values. Others went even further. "I urge the public to boy- cott anyone who boycotts it," Housing Minister Uri Ariel said. "Only then will they get the message and the boycottS will stop." Oppenheimer of Peace Now reacted sharply saying Padan's decision is not a boycott. "Nobody is saying that set- tiers are not allowed to buy McDonald's," he said, refer- ring to,lsraelis who live in post-1967 areas. "You can't fault him for not building in a place they don't want to remain part of Israel." The dispute erupted as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in the region for yet another attempt to restart Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. Palestinians say that all of the areas that Israel acquired in 1967 must become part of the Palestin- ian state and all 330,000 Jewish residents there must leave. Israel says it wants to hold onto what it calls settle- ment blocs, including Ariel "I think the decision not to open a McDonald's here is a mistake and hurts a large population," Ariel mayor Eliezer Shaviro said. "Any kind of boycott is a mistake and causes more division." Shaviro says residents are trying hard for coexis- tence with their Palestinian neighbors. "In our industrial zone we have factories where Is- raelis and Palestinians work together and Palestinians make five times what they would in Nablus or Ramal- lah," he said, referring to two nearby Palestinian towns. "If there,is a boycott on Ariel, these factories might have to fire workers, and the Pales- tinians will join the cycle of violence instead of the cycle of income. It is not the first time that Ariel, which boasts a univer- sity of 13,000 students, both Arabs and Jews, has been in the news. In 2011, 165 academics said they would not participate in academic functions at Ariel University because it sits on post-1967 land. A year earlier, dozens of actors said they would not participate in cultui'al events there. Israelis are especially sensitive to boycotts as the country has recently been the target. Recently, physi- cist Steven Hawking pulled out of a conference to protest Israel's policy toward the Palestinians. The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) move- ment has steppedup activity and dozens of artists includ- ing musician Elvis Costello and actors Dustin Hoffman and Meg Ryan have canceled appearances in Israel as a protest gesture. Others have rejected the boycott calls. Barbra Strei- sand played to tens of thou- sands of enraptured fans earlier this month, and Alicia Keys appears later this month. ACross 1. Former Yeshiva University President Norman 5. He's also known as Abu Mazen 10. Father of France? 14. Location of the Jewish newspaper 'The American Israelite" 15. Grind (one's teeth) 16. Flight from Egypt? 17. Philanthropist Fox and others 18. Dugout, for example 19. Rocker Recht ("Salaam") 20. The Land of Israel, said another way 23. You can have one on Tu B'shvat 24. Farthest 28. Bath scrubber 32. Fran Drescher TV role 33. Network for Norman Lear's "All in the Family" 36. Co-founder of "Lilith Magazine" 39. -Sang-Ruby Union Institute 41. Get taken for 42. "Buzz off, fly!" 43. Shylock, famously 46. Some Toronto Jewish Tribune workers (abbr.) 47. Capital of Ghana 48, Like the sun on Friday while work is still permitted 50. Tractate about the Sabbatical year 53. Playwright Simon and namesakes 57. "God Bless America" composer 61. Jerry Herman composition 64. "Pick of Cotton" 65. "The Road Taken" author Jaffe 66. Presents a kashya 67. "Second generation" Japanese 68. Affirm with confidence 69 .... River (what the Brooklyn Bridge spans) 70 .... Louis (home of Kohn's Killer Pastrami) 71. Like theNegev Down 1. Emulates Syria in the Six- Day War 2. "Tortoise Wins by " (Bugs Bunny movie) 3. Imitated Marcel Marceau 4. First to play Tevye 5. Arm of the U.N., e.g. 6 .... Brith Canada 7. Herems 8. "Don't be loser!" 9. Beit ___ (Northern Israeli city) 10. Itzhak and Rhea 11. Samuel's mentor 12. Reform social justice office in D.C. 13. Scandinavian meat 21. Passover shankbone 22. Pulitzer-winning Ferber 25. "Fiddler Roof" 26. One optiofi for married Orthodox women who wish to cover their hair 27. Greenhorns 29. Elliptical 30. There was a famous one at the Triangle Shirtwaist factory 31. ___ Malkeinu ("Our Father, Our King" prayer) 33. Deep, deep sleeps 34. Composer Ernest 35. To this day 37. Arith. process 38. Middling grades 40. With the most chutzpah 44. Israeli politico Lapid 45. French human rights crusader Cassin 49. Lands, in Livorno 51. Boesky and Reitman 52. Bone in the leg 54. Gershwin's "The Man 55. Kind of notes 56. Drum part 58. Rabbi Judah Ha- (editor of the Mishnah) 59. "Glengarry ___ Ross" (Mamet play) 60 .... T'Shuvah (L.A. Jewish recovery center) 61. Wild West 62. Palindromic Judean king name 63. Tzipi Livni and others (abbr.) F-" T" 7z'-7 i 14 " ! 17 20. 23 lll 33 34 35 39 40 43 7 5O lll 61 62 63 66 69 "-- 29 31 1 37 41 48 L || 58 59 -T- 12-- la--" lll 25 27 46 Ell 54 55 56 The Jerusalem Post Crossword Puzzle By David Benkof See answers in the July 12 issue of the Heritage.