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July 15, 1983 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34 Friday, July 15, 1983

Begin Called Father-Figure

TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
Arye Eliav, former
secretary-general of the
Labor Party, writes in the
left-wing newspaper Al
Hamishmar that Menahem
Begin has been popular
with the Israeli electorate
because he projects an
image as a father-figure.
Criticism of the Likud
government is generally di-
rected at the Likud gov-
ernment and not at Begin
himself, Eliav wrote. He
said most Israelis are cur-
rently enjoying both guns

New Encyclopedia Judaica Volume Documents 1970s

and butter (relatively good
domestic economy despite
high defense costs) and as
long as this situation con-
tinues Begin will be dif-
ficult to defeat.

By DR. DAVID GEFFEN

World Zionist Press Service

From 3 p.m.

JERUSALEM — "A de-
cade has passed since the 16
volumes of the
Encyclopedia Judaica ap-
peared. In a world that has
changed so dramatically
and in Jerusalem that has
so dramatically been a part
of that change, it is more
than fitting that this new
volume reflect sb much of
that drama."
Jerusalem Mayor Teddy
Kollek penned these senti-
ments in his foreword to the
newly issued Decennial
Book of the Encyclopedia
Judaica covering the years
1972-1981. The
encyclopedia was issued ini-
tially in 1972 by the Keter
Publishing House in

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