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Obituaries

Amos Kenan

WASHINGTON — Amos Kenan, the Israeli artist and writer who scandalized his countrymen with his iconoclasm, has died at 82.

He died Aug. 4, 2009, after struggling for years with Alzheimer’s disease, reports said.

Kenan, born in Tel Aviv, was a fighter in the pre-state underground Lehi movement and an early member of the Canaanite movement, which envisioned a Hebrew nationalism bereft of the Jewish religion.

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Jack Goldman, survivor, photographer, dies

Jack Goldman, survivor, photographer, diesWITH his signature cap and gracious smile, Jack Goldman transformed everyone he met with a loving wink that somehow survived –– and challenged –– the pits of hell.He never walked into a room of friends or acquaintances and proclaimed, “I am a Holocaust survivor.” Instead he talked about his family, photography or the winds of change in the air.But when he spoke about the Holocaust –– and he was one of the first survivors in Denver to do so, to adults, students, the innocent and t...
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Alan Cohen, MD

Alan Cohen, MDAlan D. Cohen, MD, 78, formerly of Detroit, Mich., and Windsor, Canada, passed away July 31, 2009, in Denver.Rabbi Bruce Dollin and Cantor Martin Goldstein officiated at the service, which was held Aug. 2 at the HEA. Interment followed at Rose Hill Cemetery. Feldman Mortuary made the arrangements.The family said Dr. Cohen was a loving and wonderful husband, father and grandfather.Dr. Cohen was born Sept. 20, 1930, in Detroit.
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Zelda Tepper

Zelda Tepper, a longtime Denver resident, passed away Aug. 1, 2009, in Denver. She was 98.Cantor Martin Goldstein officiated at the Aug. 3 graveside service at Rose Hill Cemetery. Feldman Mortuary made the arrangements.“Zelda was dedicated to her family. She loved people and was kind and caring to all,” the family said. She is the last surviving member of her generation of the Yenkin family and of the extended Tepper family.
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Rebecca Lipkin

Rebecca LipkinRebecca May Lipkin, 48, a producer and writer for ABC News, died July 19, 2009, at Royal Marsden Hospital in London.Ms. Lipkin was based in Washington from 1992 to 2001 as a staff producer of “ABC World News Tonight With Peter Jennings.” She worked with many well-known ABC newscasters, including Jennings, Charlie Gibson, Bob Woodruff and Carole Simpson.In 2001, Ms. Lipkin moved to London as a producer for ABC’s “Nightline.” She coordinated coverage of Europe, the Middle East and Africa...
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JTA News

150 Palestinians arrested during raids on southern Gaza

Marcy Oster Israeli troops in southern Gaza arrested 150 Palestinians, dozens of whom surrendered voluntarily to the soldiers. ... [Link]

Pro-Palestinian student demonstrators arrested in Australia for flag burning

Marcy Oster A group of student demonstrators was arrested in Melbourne after burning an Australian and an Israeli flag in protest at Israel’s invasion of Gaza. ... [Link]

Rockets intercepted over central Israel hours after FAA lifts ban

Marcy Oster The Iron Dome missile defense system intercepted five rockets over central Israel hours after the U.S. Federal Aviation Authority lifted its ban on American carriers flying to Israel. ... [Link]

Israel calls for rejection of U.N. Human Rights Council inquiry

Ron Kampeas Israel’s government called for the rejection of a U.N. Human Rights Council inquiry into the conflict between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip. ... [Link]

FAA, reviewing Israeli measures, lifts flight ban

Ron Kampeas The Federal Aviation Administration lifted its ban on flights to Israel after reviewing Israeli measures to keep flights safe from rockets. ... [Link]

Obama administration presses for $225M addition to Iron Dome funding

Ron Kampeas The Obama administration asked Congress to fast-track Israel’s request for an additional $225 million for the Iron Dome anti-missile system. ... [Link]

Former Auschwitz guard dies before extradition to Germany

Marcy Oster Johann Breyer, the 89-year-old Philadelphia man who served as a guard at Auschwitz and was scheduled to be extradited to Germany, has died. ... [Link]

Police: Murdered Florida State prof Dan Markel was target

Marcy Oster Dan Markel, the Florida State University law professor who was murdered in his home, was shot in the head by someone who wanted him dead, police said. ... [Link]

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