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December 23, 1983 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-23

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and held at Papandreou's
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country and that his gov-
ernment was determined to
take all necessary steps to
combat the rise of anti-
Semitism.
He accepted an invi-
tation by Joseph
Lovinger, president of
the Greek Jewish com-
munity, a member of the
delegation, to attend the
commemoration on April
29 of the 40th anniversary
of the Holocaust of Greek

Jewry. The Jewish com-
munity is organizing the
event as a reminder that
86 percent of the commu-
nity was murdered by the
Nazis.

In outlining his views on
the Middle--East, Papan-
dreou said he wished to im-
prove relations and Israel
and affirmed "the right of
Israel to live within secure
and recognized borders."

`Most Olim from the West'

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Western countries now ac-
count for the bulk of the
immigrants arriving in Is-
rael.
Aliya from the Soviet
Union is at its lowest ebb
and immigration from
Romania is also down, ac-
cording to figures released
last week by Yehuda
Dominitz, director general
of the Jewish Agency's Im-
migration and Absorption
Department.
But there are serious
problems. As many as 40
percent of single olim from
the West return home be-
cause of absorption difficul-
ties — mainly in finding
housing. That was disclosed
recently by Leon Dulzin,
chairman of the Jewish
Agency and World Zionist
Organization Executives, at
a meeting with representa-
. tives of the immigrants'
associations in Israel — a
meeting described as
"stormy."
Dominitz, addressing a
seminar for the di/lectors
of absorption centers and
immigrant hostels,
stressed the significant
rise in immigration. Some
15,028 olim arrived from
January through No-
vember this year, com-
pared to 12,200 in the
January-November
period of 1982. Of this
year's number, 10,527
came from the West com-
pared to 8,160 in the same
period last year.
The number of American
immigrants rose by 30 per-
cent — 3,157 from
January-November 1983
against 2,438 in the same
period of 1982. Aliya from
France amounted to 1,952
through November of 1983
compared to 1,506 in 1982.
Dominitz reported that
only 57 Jews left the Soviet
Union last month, the
smallest number on record
since the USSR began to

allow Jews to leave more
than a decade ago. Of the 57,
26 came to Israel. So far this
year, only 371 Soviet Jews
came to Israel compared to
683 in the same period last
year.

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