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July 20, 1979 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-07-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Noshrim Mission to Alert Peers About Israeli Life

interview in her office at the
NEW YORK (JTA) —
WZO headquarters in New
The arrival of a group of 38
York.
Russian youngsters, chil-
She said she discussed her
dren of Soviet Jewish "nos-
hrim" — dropouts — now , idea later on with Leon Dul-
residing in the U.S., in Is- "zin, chairman of the Jewish
Agency and the WZO
rael is the result of an idea
Executives, and the idea
conceived a few months ago
then started to shape up and
when Charlotte Jacobson,
was carried out , by the
chairman of the World
American Zionist Youth
Zionist = Organization -
Foundation.
American Section, met with
The project, which is
Soviet Jews in Vienna.
named "Hope," is a six-
"I was amazed to see how
week visit to Israel, de-
little they knew about Is-
signed to shoW the chil-
rael and the reality of life in
dren of "noshrim" the
the Jewish state," Mrs.
Jacobson recalled during an realities of Israel, includ-
ing the successful ab-
sorption of Soviet Jews
who came to settle in the
country after they left the
Soviet Union.
Big or small, we custom
"We tried to make it clear
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to members of the group
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that their visit in Israel will
not be a vacation but a mis-
sion," Mrs. Jacobson said.
The youngsters, high
school students from all
over the U.S. ranging in
ages from 15 to 18, were
told, Mrs. Jacobson contin-
ued, that when they return
back from their visit, "you
have an obligation to tell
people here and to write
your friends and families in
the Soviet Union about life
discount
in Israel."
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Jacobson, about 200
Soviet Jewish students
across the country
applied to the AZYF to
enroll in the program,
and 38 were selected.
The group is comprised of
10 students from New York,
eight from Philadelphia, six

Jewish Journalist
Forms Dutch JDL

AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
Hans Knoop, a Dutch
Jewish journalist whose ar-
ticles in 1976 led to the ar-
rest of Nazi war criminal
Pieter Menten, has revealed
himself as organizer of a
"Jewish Defense League" in
Holland with the stated
purpose of reacting physi-
cally to verbal manifesta-
tions of anti-Semitism.
His group has claimed
credit for stoning the edito-
rial offices of the daily
Haagse Post two weeks ago
after the newspaper pub-
lished interviews with sev-
eral Dutch soldiers in the
United Nations Interim
Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL)
who made anti-Semitic re-
marks.
Knoop, 35, who is active
in the Dutch branch of
Herut, first made his disclo-
sure in an interview pub-
lished recently in the
weekly Elseviers. A group
of about 30 persons declared
themselves members of the
Dutch JDL.

from Boston, five from
Chicago, five from San
Francisco, three from Los
Angeles and one from De-
nver. Each student paid
$200 toward the cost of the
trip and the remainder of
the $1,000 expense was sub-
sidized by the AZYF, Mrs.
Jacobson said.
During their visit, mem-
bers of the group will meet
with Israeli officials, visit
Israeli universities and
farms, meet with Israeli

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hear the personal stories of
Soviet Jewish immigrants
who are now citizens of the
Jewish state. Each youngs-
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ily" — Soviet olim — during
their stay.

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