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January 06, 1984 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH. NEWS

IDF Vehicle
Hit in Lebanon

Think-Tank Is Established
to Restructure Zionism

TEL AVIV (JTA) — An
Israel army truck was de-
stroyed by fire in the south
Lebanon town of Jezzine
Monday where it had stop-
ped for repairs. The truck
was surrounded and burned
by a mob but none of its oc-
cupants was hurt.
Meanwhile, the Awali
River bridges were
reopened to pedestrian and
vehicular traffic Monday
after a three-day closure to
avoid possible incidents on
the occasion of the anniver-
sary of the establishment of
the Palestine Liberation
Organization.

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The establishment of a
"brains-corps for Zionism"
to "thoroughly think
through and analyze the
Zionist movement and
structure within the context
of the world Jewry today
and in the predictable fu-
ture and the problems, chal-
lenges and changes it will
confront," was announced
in New York by Leon Dul-
zin, chairman of the Jewish
Agency and World Zionist
Organization Executives.
The Zionist "brains-
corps" or think-tank will be
composed of foremost uni-
versity academics and
Zionist elder statesmen and
leaders who will give coun-
sel to the Jewish Agency
and the WZO "in determin-
ing the program and action
priorities and future direc-
tion of the Zionist move-
ment," Dulzin said at the

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conclusion of a three-day
Zionist leadership confer-
ence. Dulzin was chairman
of the think-tank session
which took place in
Herzliya.
The think-tank will in-
clude one representative of
each of the 14 world unions
and international organiza-
tions that comprise the
WZO and a group of noted
university professors. The
academics were identified
as Dr. S. Z. Abramov,
Daniel Elazar, Shlomo Eks-
tein, Haim Ben Shachar,
Yoseph Gorni, Moshe
David, Yosef Nedava and
Anita Shapira.
The conclusions and
recommendations based on
the three-day conference
will be presented and dis-
cussed at a special session of
the World Zionist General
Council in Jerusalem next
week.

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challenged American
Zionist youth leaders and
activists to "lead a revolu-
tion to rejuvenate the
Zionist movement with
their idealism, enthusiasm
and vigor to further the cul-
tural revitalization,
spiritual renewal and polit-
ical and economic self-
determination of the Jewish
people in Eretz Yisrael."
Gordon said the present
hubs of world Jewry, the
Diaspora and Israel, were
not analogous to the ancient
.centers of Babylon and
Jerusalem which, in their
heyday, were equal centers
of Jewish thought, schol-
arship and religion.
Acknowledging that
America has become afirst
magnitude new
gravitational center of
galut Jewry, in the wake of
the destruction of the East
European hub of Jewish
culture and religion, Gor-
don emphasized the cen-
trality of Israel in fructify-
ing Jewish life in the United
StateS and throughout the
Diaspora.
"Israel
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and
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phasized, "will be the
true gravitational core of
global Jewish life from
whose fountainhead
source will come the
principal contributions
to Jewish education and
culture. Israel will be the
dynamo radiating energy
to the Diaspora to main-
tain meaningful Jewish
life and identity against
the lures of assimilation
and the cults."
Gordon called upon
Jewish communities in
America to make it possible
for their teenagers to have
the enriching experience of
a year's study in Israel.

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