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December 26, 1980 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-12-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NCYI Chairman
Hits NY Times

Economy Hurts Japan's Jews

NEW YORK — National
Council of Young Israel
chairman Harold M. Jacobs
has accused the New York
Times of an "anti-Israel
bias" in its television list-
ings for "Perry Como's
Christmas in the Holy
Land."
According to Jacobs, the
Sunday Times (Dec. 7) re-
ferred to the ABC special as
being "filmed on location in
Palestine."

NEW YORK — The or-
ganized Jewish community
of Tokyo was extremely
active between 1943 and
1963. But today, the 150
Tokyo Jews find the inflated
Japanese economy to be un-
bearable.
While the community
owns a valuable piece of
property, it has no cash flow
to take care of its current
needs. In 1979, 2/3 of the
real estate was sold, and

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classrooms, library, an
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completed.
The Jews are still consid-
ered aliens in Japan and
most are issued temporary
visas. There are a few con-
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dren of mixed marriages
who hold citizenship.
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are 110 families or 275
persons of whom 50 are
children. Approximately
50 percent of the Jewish
population are American
and 25 percent come from
Israel.
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