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PAGE 6A HERWAGE FLORIDA J~ISH NEWS, JULY 27, ~1 11:30 a.m~-2 p.m. It will include lunch, music and themed swim games, along with tennis at 11:30 a.m. and basketball at 1 p.m. Free for JCC members, $5 per person for all others. RSVPs are requested by Wednesday each week at http://bit.ly/summersundays. Info: Amanda Ayers at AmandaA@orlandojcc.org or at 407-645-5933, ext. 256. MONDAY, JULY 30 Israeli Folk Dancing---7-7:30 p.m. beginners, 7:30-8:15 p.m. instruction, quests. Cost: $4.50 JCC members, $5 nonmembers. Info: 407-645-5933. 8:15'10 p.m. re- 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. FRIDAY, JULY 27 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 megrant@heipforcaregivers.org. SUNDAY, JULY 29 Roth Jewish Community Center Summer Sunday theme: Olympic Games. Party will be I"My week is not complete without it!" without it!" Ik"How in the world am I supposed now what's going on?" These are some of the comments we receive from readers when they miss an issue of Heritage Florida Jewish News." What are you missing out on? Subscribe today! m n m m I m m m m m m m m m mm 1 III n 1 ii 1 mm YES ? 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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 megrant@helpforcaregivers.org. SUNDAY, AUGUST 5 Roth Jewish Community Center--Summer Sunday theme: Back to School. Party will be 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. It will include lunch, music and themed swim games, along with tennis at 11:30 a.m. and basketball at 1 p.m. Free for JCC members, $5 per person for all others. RSVPs are requested by Wednesday each week at http://bit.ly/summersundays. In'fo: Amanda Ayers at AmandaA@orlandojcc.org Or at 407-645-5933, ext.256. SlOllS III By Linda.Gradstein fact that I'm Syrian." ~has some 400,000 Palestinian The Media Line He says that other Syrian refugees, who have lived for friendshavereceivedrudecom- decades in refugee camps, and Lebanon has long been ments. As the fighting contin- havenotbeenallowedtobecome squeezedbetweenitsmorepow- ues, the numbers of Syrians citizens.The Lebanese are con- erfulneighbors, IsraelandSyria. fleeing has increased, cerned that large numbers of AsthefightinginSyriaescalates, " 'q'he border between Syria Syrian refugees could disrupt the violence is spilling over into "and Lebanon has always been the balance between Muslims, Lebanon and raising new fears very porous," Ella Wind, a re- Christians and Druze that has that Lebanon's fragile sectarian searchassistantattheCarnegie been maintainedsince the end balance could be disrupted. Endowment for international of the civil war. The UN says an estimated Peace in Beirut told The Media That civil war also prompted 30,000 Syrian refugees have Line."Anyone who iswanted in Syria's occupation of Lebanon alreadyfledthefightinginSyfia. Syriajustpaysabribeandcomes which continued until the as- Lebanon's relief agency has toLebanon. Almost every taxi sassination of popular former suspended its funding of treat- driver you meet today is from Prime Minister Rafiq A1-Hariri merit for wounded Syrians who - Syria." in 2005. Many Lebanese believe crosstheborder, sayingtheycan Wind says there have always Syriawas behind theassassina- no longer afford to treat them. been tensions between the tion, although Syriahas denied Lebanese officials say the cost Lebanese and Syrian refugees, all responsibility. After the as- of providing medical care has "There'saperceptionthatthe sassination, a popular uprising reached surpassed one million Syfianworkersarepoorer, more called the Cedar Revolution, dollars per month -beyond backward, or more conserva- swept through Lebanon, and the limitations of the nation's tire," she said. "These workers Syria was forced to withdraw. budget, are often treated badly and The fighting in Syria has AS more refugees flee the looked down upon." already begun to spill over fightinginSyria, some Lebanese Lebanon fought a bloodyinto Lebanon, especially into are becoming resentful of the civil war from 1975- 1990 and the northern city of 1Yipoli, new arrivals, divisions over the conflict in Lebanon's second largest city. Hussein. who asked that his Syria continue. The Shi'ite-led Sectarian fighting between last narne not be used to protect government in Lebanon, which supporters and opponents of hisfamilywhichisstillinSyria, wants to preserve its relation- BasharAI-Assadleftatleastnine fled Damascus three months ship with Syria and Iran, as people dead. Fighting has also ago. He says he.was wanted well as Hizbullah's large arsenal broken out in Beirut, although by the government of Bashar of weapons and missiles, has the governn~nt moved quickly AI-Assad for "participation in supported the Assad govern- to stop it. resistance activities." While he ment.The pro-Western, sunni- "Lebanon has always had says he has not encountered dominated opposition has been this split between pro- and anti- overt discrimination, Hussein, against Assad. Syrian forces, but now you feel anarchitectsayshehasnotbeen The Lebanese governmentthis dichotomy more strongly," able to find a job. has so far not rec0gnized Syr- Ella Wind of the Carnegie "I've sent out more than 50 ians fleeing the fighting as Endowment said. "Tripoli has resumes and I only got one re- "refugees" and it does not want already been dragged into the sponse, saying they didn't have most of them to stay. With a fighting and people in Beirut any work for me," he told The populationof4.2 million, Leba- try to say it won't happen. But Media Line. "It may be partly non is wary of being over-run one spark could just ignite the economy, but it's mainly the by refugees. Lebanon already everything here." Across 1. Women's Mizrachi Federation in America 5. Relinquishes 10. Ancient Egyptians held it sacred 14. Enjoy a seder 15.As " (for fun) 16. Dull 17. Philo of 19. Taboo 20. Co-creator of Broadway's "The Book of Mormon" 21. Prepare to put away the " prayerbook 22. Blueprints 23. Incite 24. "l . Thou" ~Martin Buber work) 27. Drum kit 28. Was circumlocutory 31. It may be kosher 33. Menachem Begin won one 35. Ends of the roof 37. Stood for Knesset 38. Oral polio vaccine developer 39. Tennessee Congressman with a mostly Mrican- American constituency 42. "The Red " 43. Like a kiddie pool 44. One way around Jerusalem 46." Miserables" (B0ublil/ Schoenberg musical) 47. Mash down 48. Bava (Talmudic tractate) 50. Big name in health care 52. Part of getting ready in the morning 56. Accessory for Kenny G 57. Persian dynasty under which the Jews of Babylon lived 58. He wrote, "J'Accuse!" 59. Immigrant memoirist Mary 60. Closing notes 61. Anti-censorship gp. 62. Time between 12 and 20 63. Eve's grandson Down 1. Warsaw ghetto leader Czerniakow 2." 18" (Leon Uris novel) 3. "How much do "~ ('~Nhat's the profit?") 4. Torah and Talmud 5. Military snack spot 6. "Billy Bathgate" writer 7. Fixes a hole, perhaps 8. Great Lakes city 9. Cousin of reggae 10. Golden Age of Spain commentator Dunash 11. AccusatiOn involving matzah 12. Kinsler and Ziering 13. Holocaust memorial sight, sometimes 18. Small, Egyptian vipers 21. Free tix 23. Part of MPG I It's 24. '~Nhat . ( so dirty.P) 25. Below, to a bard 26. Comic with the 2007 HBO special "Captain Miserable" 28. French judge 29. Tablet, e.g. 30. Pock marks 32. Soviet Nobelist in physics (1962) 34. "Balderdash!" 36. 1965 march city 40. "Law & Order" role 41. Straus and Alterrnan 45. He co-founded Google 48. Do a turkey tender's task 49. "Have day!" 50. Liberal pro-lsrael grp. 51. Anti-discrimination agcy. 52. Al. ternative to wax 53. Saadia 54. Backup command, in word processing 55. Free TV commercials, for short 57. Acknowledged. that the Torah was back in the ark ~" 77 14 17 20 24 31 35 39 43 I 5O 56 58 61 25 26 |- 47 51 52 48 m m ~ m 11 12 29 46 53 54 m m m m The Jerusalem Post Crossword Puzzle By David Benkof DavidBenkof@aol.com See answers in the August 3 issue of the Heritage. m 13 3O 56 1