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May 15, 1981 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 15, 1981

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Kenen Authors
Book on Israel

WASHINGTON — I. L.
Kenen's book on Israel's
struggle for statehood,
recognition and peace will
be published by Prometheus
Books in June.
"Israel's Defense Line:
Her Friends and Foes in
Washington" describes how
Israel's American Friends
— Christians and Jews —
have turned to Congress to
overcome Israel's many ad-
versaries: Arab-oriented
diplomats, the plutocratic
oil cartel, mercenary arms
merchants, the extremist
right and the fanatical left.
Kenen enlisted the strug-
gle for a Jewish state in
1917, when he founded the
first Young Judea Club in
Toronto at age 12. He repre-
sented American Jews at
the UN Charter Conference
at San Francisco in 1945.
He was a member of Israel's
first UN delegation, and
later the spokesman of the
Washington lobby for eco-
nomic aid for Israel.
He retired in 1975 and is
now honorary chairman of
the American Israel Public
Affairs Committee (AIPAC)
and editor emeritus of the
Near East Report. As a
working journalist, he was a
founder of the American
Newspaper Guild in Cleve-
land in 1933.

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Israel Adopts
Insurance Plan

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Any Israeli resident com-
pletely disabled by a non-
work related accident will
receive temporary govern-
ment compensation via the
National Insurance Insti-
tute, under a new law.
Women aged 18 to 60 and
men from 18 to 65 will now
be entitled to benefits for up
to 90 days after the acci-
dent, if they are unable to
perform their normal work
or any other suitable work.
Employed persons will be
paid 75 percent of their av-
erage income over the three
months preceding the acci-
dent, while housewives and
the unemployed will be paid
25 percent of the average
national wage. Accident
victims must take a medical
examination to qualify for
benefits.

Troubled El Al

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
editors of the newspaper
Haaretz commented on a re-
cent PORI survey which
shows that 75 percent of Is-
raelis are opposed to the
dismantling of the national
airline, El Al.
Haaretz said that El Al
faces stiff competition in the
U.S. Some U.S. carriers are
$100 cheaper than El Al for
a one-way flight between
New York and Israel. U.S.
carriers will have rates as
low as $700 for round-trip
fares beginning in June,
while El Al will cost $1,000.
The editors said that El
Al has 17 planes using
older, inefficient engines.
They added that the airline
could get along easily with
12 planes.



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