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December 12, 1980 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-12-12

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ay, December 12, 1980 15

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TEL AVIV — On the
grounds that classical
Zionism no longer provides
solutions for the real prob-
lems of the Jewish commu-
nity of Israel or of the Dias-
pora, Prof. Ben-Shahar,
president of Tel Aviv Uni-
versity, proposes a new
Zionist strategy for Israel-
, Diaspora relations.
Prof. Ben-Shahar points
out that Zionism arose in
response to a particular
Diaspora situation, a situa-
tion which has since
changed. Jews in open
societies have generally not
chosen to make their home
in Israel, and, contrary to
Zionist dreams, the Dias-
pc:1'1.a will continue to exist;
the continued existence of
Jewish identity among sec-
ular Jews in the Diaspora is
rather less certain.
Classical Zionisrri has no
answer for this. Further-
more, it provides no solu-
tions for the problems fac-
ing Israel today. The "solu-
tions" provided by Diaspora
Jewry in the form of finan-
cial aid have paradoxically
• perpetuated some of these
problems and have created
an unhealthy one-sided de-
pendency.
The strategy Ben-
Shahar proposes, based
on analysis of these prob-
lems, calls for greater re-

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ting up a world Jewish
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High priority should be
given to the foundation of
an international institute
for Israel-Diaspora affairs
to identify central prob-
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identifies three areas in
which cooperation can
constitute the basis for a
new and balanced. rela-
tionship: aliya, econom-
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The idea of aliya as an
all-or-nothing phenomenon
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the concept of partial aliya,
recognizing different de-
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the various dimensions of
aliya (living part of the time
in Israel, full or supplemen-
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partial employment in Is-
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In line with world trends
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Diaspora should be
encouraged to cooperate
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Jewish businessmen should
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Israel's economic activity,
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The proper participation
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could help expand Israel's
business -connections and
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managerial methods, busi-
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An incantation bowl donated to Hebrew Univer-
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