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April 04, 1980 - Image 24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 4, 1980

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By GIDEON WEIGER
World Zionist Press

It was during the state
visit of Egyptian President
Anwar Sadat to Haifa, last
August, that Jihan Sadat,
the president's daughter
made history as the only
member of the first family
to call on a village inhabited
by Israel's minorities.
Jihan (named after her
mother) went up to Daliyat
El-Carmel, the Druze vil-
lage on Mt. Carmel. There
her host was Amal Nasser
E-Din, one of the three
Druze in the present Knes-
set.
E-Din was the first Druze
to enter Israel's parliament
as an ex-serviceman and the
first non-Jewish member to
mourn a son killed in action
in Israel's wars. The 46,000
strong minority commu-
nity, the Druze to which

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Druze Knesset member Amal Nasser E-Din, at
right, is shown receiving a constituent in his office.

E-Din belongs, live in 18 vil-
lages throughout Galilee
and on Mt. Carmel.
Known by his friends
as "Abu Lutfi," E-Din is
the fourth member of his
community to sit in Is-
rael's parliament. As a
discharged sergeant
from the Israeli army he
returned after- the 1948
war to his native village
of Daliyat El-Carmel.
There, he was appalled
by the neglect of the af-
fairs of Druze war vete-
rans, particularly in
housing and rehabilita-
tion.
After arguing his case for
years, the Histadrut finally
agreed to open a special
office for the care of Druze •
(and Circassian) veterans.
E-Din was put in charge and
worked to ease the return to
normal civilian life of his
comrades in arms after
years of combat service in
the defense of their country.
In 1966 E-Din was elected
to head the first Druze
Labor Council, serving the
two neighboring villages of
Daliya and Isfiya. Soon
after his election, "Gibor
Textiles" was able to open
its industrial plant in the
modernized village of
Daliya.
Today nobody doubts that
if E-Din's native Daliya was

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the first Druze village in
which a modern • enterprise
of this kind was opened, this
was due to his standing in
his local community, which
alone was able to overcome
the stiff opposition of village
elders and religious sheikhs
in this, Israel's most conser-
vative minority.
Only-when the practice
had become established
in Daliya did villagers in
other Galilee locations
give their consent to their
daughters leaving their
homes, learning a voca-
tion and finding em-
ployment in a modern
factory. Today Daliya
"Gibor" employs over
one hundred Druze girls;
one of them, Miss
Emunah Nasser E-Din,
was elected by them as
chairperson of the work-
ers committee in the

El Al Security
Measure Claimed

LONDON (ZINS) — The
British magazine, Flight,
claimed in a recent article
that El Al Israel Airlines
passenger planes have been
fitted with a heat-producing
device that is hotter than
the aircrafts' engines in
order to thwart Russian-
designed, heat-seeking mis-
siles that are known to be in
the hands of terrorists.
The magazine speculated
that the cost of the equip-
ment and other security
I measures may be the cause
of El Al's recent operating
losses.

Bank Leumi
Promotes Women

TEL AVIV — The
number of women in man-
agerial positions at Bank
Leumi Le-Israel, has risen
from three to 10 percent
during the past decade.
While 55 percent of the
bank's 13,000 employees
are women, a 20 percent
annual turnover rate
limited advancement op-
portunities among them.
Those figures were dis-
closed at a Women's Day
Conference on "Women in
the Economy of the 80s," at
Tel Aviv University.

plant.
Fed up with the neglect of
his community by the Labor
party and Histadrut, E-Din
drew his political conclu-
sions in 1970 and resigned
from both. He became-direc-
tor of the Likud's minority
department and in the be-
ginning of 1977, upon the
resignation of four Likud
members in the Knesset,
E-Din's turn arrived to
enter Israel's parliament.
Soon after this, the new
MK opened his own office in
downtown Haifa, the second
ever Druze MK to run a
"constituents office" of his
own. There, three times
weekly, he receives an av-
erage of 150 callers. Most of
them are from his own
community, the rest made
up of Moslems, Christians
and Jews who seek his ad-
vice and aid.

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