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May 22, 1987 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-22

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DON MASSEY CADILLAC

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Tuition Initiative
Raises Furor

Jerusalem (JTA) — A
cabinet decision Sunday to
establish a two-tier tuition
system at the universities
threw Israel into a broiling
new controversy this week
and created another area of
conflict between Labor and
Likud.
The cabinet voted 12-11 in
favor of an annual fee of
$1,050 for veterans of the Is-
rael Defense Force and
$1,500 for all other students.
The vote was split along
party lines, with Labor op-
posed and the religious par-
ties joining Likud.
Charges of "racism" and
"discrimination" were hurled
at supporters of the measure
because Arab students who
are barred by law from serv-
ing in the armed forces will
be forced to pay the higher
fee. But Likud ministers
argued that the majority of
those affected are not Arabs
but newly arrived immig-
rants and women.
Premier Yitzhak Shamir
told an angry Knesset
Foreign Affairs and Security
Committee Monday that the
criticism was politically
motivated. He reacted furi-
ously to a charge by MK
Yossi Sarid of the Citizens
Rights Movement that the
government is "a contempti-
ble bunch of racists."

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law, Yakov Levin, a 28-year
old Hebrew teacher from
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Israel. Both men were refused
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going investigation of Levin,
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