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September 24, 1982 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

INTRODUCING

Aliya Campaign
Set for Campuses

NEW YORK — The
North American Aliya Cen-
ter has announced a new
aliya - consciousness - rais-
ing campaign directed at
the 400,000 Jewish stu-
dents currently enrolled in
American colleges and uni-
versities.
The Aliya Center has
brought over a special rep-
resentative from Israel,
Daniel Pins, to serve as na-
tional student director.
Pins, who grew up in
America before his own
aliya to Israel, is setting up
a Student Information Cen-
ter in Boston, which will
publish a newsletter de-
scribing the university
scene in Israel, where a
comprehensive college edu-
cation costs one-fourth the
amount of American tui-
tion.

Israeli Execs -
to Visit U.S.

TEL AVIV (JTA) — A
delegation of 12 top Israeli
businessmen will spend two
weeks in the U.S. next
month, as a "corporate
executive mission to the
U.S. for the purpose of
promoting closer trade and
business cooperation be-
tween the two countries."
The mission is the first to
be organized and conducted
by the Israel-America
Chamber of Commerce with
the cooperation of the U.S.
Department of Commerce.
The mission members
will open their meetings
with American officials and
businessmen in Washing-
ton on Oct. 11 and then visit
Atlanta, Miami, San Fran-
cisco, Chicago and New
York.

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Jumblatt, leader of. the
Lebanese Nationalist
Movement, Le Monde, June
26.

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Assimilation Seen
as Major Threat

BUENOS AIRES (ZINS)
— The long-term threat to
Argentine Jewry is assimi-
lation, not anti-Semitism,
according to Rabbi Mor-
decai Edery, deputy director
of the Latin American Rab-
binical Seminary.
Tel Aviv University re-
cently estimated that a
mere 50,000 Jews will be
left in Argentina within
several decades if the cur-
rent pattenrs of assimila-
tion persists. There are
some 350,000 Jews in
Argentina today.

Friday, September 24, 1982 11

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