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May 16, 1980 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-05-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, May 16, 1980

`Demography a Solution,' Leshem States
at Kraizman Israel Bonds Testimonial

There is education in
books but education in life
also; education in solitude,
but education also in the
crowd; education in study,
but education even greater
in the contagion of example.

In an address in which he
analyzed the current Israeli
problems, Moshe Leshem,
former Israel ambassador to
Denmark and Zaire, said
that "demography is the is-
sue," that if there were a
million and a half or two
million Jews on Israel's
borders, the settlements
and other issues would be
resolved. He said that the
overwhelming Arab num-
bers, the small groups of
Jewish settlers, create the
obstacles for Jews.
He emphasized the _point

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Award at a testimonial Bond effort and called for
dinner at his synagogue on total dedication to every ef-
June 4. Leshem, who is now fort to strengthen Israel
active with Herbert Fried- economically and to provide
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establish the Jerusalem Jewish state.
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