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December 11, 1981 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-11

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Editor, The Jewish News:
In a moment of amazing
candor, Moshe Arens, who
has been named Israel's
next Ambassador to the Un-
ited States, told delegates at
the recent General Assem-
bly of the Council of Jewish
Federations that Israel
must receive more settlers
from the American Jewish
community. He also urged
all Jews in the United
States to search for ways to
establish direct and per-
sonal ties with Israel.
In reply to Arens, Volun-
teers for Americans in Is-
rael offer our "landsman"
concept. This means Jews in
America supporting in var-
ious ways fellow-Americans
in Israel or those preparing
to go there.
Our "landsman" program
begin five years ago in
Cleveland, Ohio, with a
group of volunteers who be-
lieve that American immig-
ration to Israel could be
much more successful if
Jews in the United States
identified with the settlers
and assisted them.
First we located our own
Cleveland "landsmen" in
Israel and put together var-
ious support services for
them.
Then we organized
conversational Hebrew
classes for ourselves,
subscribed to the
Jerusalem Post and
began listening to "the
voice of Israel" on
shortwave radio.
We expanded to other
cities when we organized an
Israel travel program aimed
at reducing the cost of visit-
ing Israel.
In partnership with other
Americans in Israel, we
produced a "Life in Israel"
education program de-
signed to cut the culture
shock for future American
immigrants.Next, we plan
to establish an American
neighborhood in Jerusalem
that will serve as the focal
point of our "landsman"
program: Jews in the Un-
ited States participating by
investing in an apartment
and renting it to an Ameri-
can settler; helping create
businesses in Israel that
will employ Americans; de-
veloping American markets
for products produced by our
own settlers in Israel; buy-
ing a second home or time-
sharing in a neighborhood
apartment and visiting
each year.
Retirees could be
trained to use their ex-
pertise providing new ar-
rivals with important in-
formation on the prob-
lems of everyday living in
the Jewish state, organiz-
ing retraining courses,
finding jobs or business
opportunities and assist.
ing with the bureauc-
racy.
Just giving settlers the
warmth, understanding
and feeling they are wanted
by people who sincerely care
about their well-being
would stem the ever-
increasing number of

American dropouts.
Our "landsman" concept
is a unique plan that offers
all kinds of exciting pos-
sibilities for providing the
settlers Israel must have
and the direct involvement
each of us needs.

Shirley Goodman,
Executive Director,
Volunteers for Americans
in Israel,
1414 S. Green Road No. 309
Cleveland, Ohio 44121

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