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December 03, 1982 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

W. B. Jewish Population

to Reach 75,000 by '85?

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
government official told the
Knesset's Economic Com-
mittee that the
number of Jewish settlers
on the West Bank will be
tripled over the next three
years. The Jewish popula-
tion will reach 75,000, ac-
cording to Michael Dekel,
deputy minister of agricul-
ture.
Dekel said interest in set-
tling on the West Bank was
rising, "not only among the
traditional supporters of a
greater Israel, such as the
Orthodox Gush Emunim,
but among Israelis who
want to improve their hous-
ing and quality of life. He
said trade unions and em-
ployers were interested in
establishing new settle-
ments for specific groups of
workers and there were
government plans in that
direction.
The Likud government
heavily subsidizes housing
for Jewish settlers on the
West Bank where homes
cost a fraction of what they
cost in Israel and the ag-

Memphis Picks
State of Israel
for May Fest

TEL AVIV (JNI)
Memphis, Tenn., will high-
light the commercial, cul-
tural and educational facets
of Israel in a month-long
festival next May — with 27
individual events, includ-
ing the prepration of special
lessons and textbooks for
local schoolchildren.
Asked if recent events in
the Middle East hadn't
dampened enthusiasm for
the festival, Tom Hutton,
chairman of the Memphis
board of directors, boasted,
"We in Memphis don't rush
out and make TV judg-
ments. We try to get both
sides of the picture, then
we think things over, and
only then do we make up our
minds."
The Memphis in May fes-
tival has in the past honored
Japan, Canada, West Ger-
many, Venezuela, Egypt
and the Netherlands, in the
hope of developing commer-
cial ties.

More Arab Girls
in Israel Schools

JERUSALEM — (JNI) —
• Sixteen percent of Israeli
Arabs enrolled in secondary
schools are girls, up from
less than two percent in
to
according
1948,
Binyamin Gur-Arye, the
prime minister's adviser on
Arab affairs.
The majority of the 2,000
Arab schoolgirls in 1948
were Christians, whose own
towns and villages already
had schools.
Today's 90,000 Arab
schoolgirls are primarily
Moslem, reflecting substan-
tial growth in the Israeli
Arab population, a sector in
which about 70 percent are
under 14 years old.
This relatively youthful
population accounts for the
fact that some 40 percent of
Israeli Arabs are enrolled in
studies.

gressive settlement policy
has brought Israel sharp re-
bukes from Washington on
grounds that it undermines
the peace process.
In another development it
was announced today that a
new college will be estab-
lished at the religious set-
tlement in Kedumim on the
West Bank to serve the
Jewish population in the
territory. It will be affil-
iated with Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity in Ramat Gan, an
Orthodox-sponsored in-
stitution.

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