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December 12, 1969 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-12-12

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8 Friday,
Argentine Jews Pressing for Better Security
Aliya Encouraged
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)—Reports in Israel and the need for in-
by New Court Ruling
creased immigration and tourism.

that American immigrants to Is-
rael who serve in Israel's defeme
forces will no longer jeopardize
their American citizenship is an
important factor in increased
aliya to Israel, according to
spokesmen for the Association of
American Olim in Israel.
In their view, next year should
see an immigration from America
of approximately 10,000 persons as
compared with the annual average
of 2,000 who came in days prior
to the Six-Day War.
They also believe that with im-
proved conditions of economic ab-
sorption, the average immigration
of Americans to Israel could eas-
ily reach a figure of 25,000 an-

December 12, 1969

of a rising incidence of anti-Jewish
attacks in some provincial cities The session also heard a report on
during the past few weeks prompt- a conference of Jewish leaders
ed the DATA to call for improved with the Argentine Foreign Minis-
try on the situation of Jews in
security measures for local Jewish
Soviet Russia.
institutions. The reports were
heard at a plenary session of the
DAIA, the central representative
body of Argentine Jewry.
The session was addressed by
the Jewish Agency treasurer, Leon
Dulzin, who described the situation

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