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tion," he said, "compared to
the more than US $9 million
we've sent for projects within
the UJA-Jewish Agency
funding structure this year. If
that's not a unified gesture, I
don't know what is.
Last month, the JCF
finalized plans to allocate US
$100,000 for program to fur-
ther democracy in Israel, in-
cluding Arab-Jewish rela-
tions; improve Israel-diaspora
- relations; and encourage
religious pluralism in Israel.
- The Federation's move, in the
form of a one-year grant and
• stemming from a request by
its Jerusalembased all-
/ volunteer board, was char-
acterized at the time by JCF
leaders as a signal to the
Jewish Agency to alter its
' priorities.
These are areas of burning
concern to Israelis and
- American Jews alike, and the
ones that the Jewish Agency
ought to address, the JCF
leaders said. But it was the
earmarking of separate funds
that clearly upset the AZF
1 ) leadership assembly here.
For Benjamin Cohen, AZF
• president, the Federation's
action represents the be-
ginning of a "trend of Federa-
tions who want to decide on
their own how they want to
spend their money." That, he
said, constitutes "the first
step in breaking up an effec-
• tive process" of fund-raising
/- in the United States."
According to Lurie, how-
ever, the Federation's decision
fits the pattern of giving that
have been established by
American Zionist organiza-
tion themselves. "I find their
> objection interesting," he
said, "when in fact major
) movements under the AZF
umbrella earmark funds for
their own projects all the
time."

,_. Peres On
Visit To Rome

1bl Aviv (JTA) — Foreign
Minister Shimon Peres flew
to Rome last week for a
) 36-hour visit, officially to at-
tend the 40th anniversary
celebrations of the Italian
Social Democratic Party with
[ which the Israel Labor Party
is affiliated in the Labor
International.
— But during his brief visit,
CPeres will be holding talks
,- with Italian Prime Minister
Bettino Craxi, Foreign
) Minister Julio Andriotti, and
Defense Minister Giovani
Spadolini.
Peres will probably be ques-
tioned by his Italian hosts
and government leaders
about the Vanunu affair, and
the claim by the accused
' Israeli spy who sold nuclear
information to a British
newspaper, that he had been
`abducted from Rome.

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