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September 18, 1987 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-18

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Akiva Lewinsky, the trea-
surer of the Jewish Agency
for Israel and the World
Zionist Organization, appears
to have the inside track in
succeeding Leon Dulzin as ex-
ecutive chairman when
Dulzin steps down this winter
from both posts.
Lewinsky, 69, is not a
favorite among the Diaspora
leadership who have been
calling for reforms within the
Agency. Though he is ex-
perienced and regarded as
bright, Lewinsky represents
the "old school" because he
comes from within the very
system that critics contend
needs an overhaul. He has a
strong power base within the
Labor party.
A number of American
Jewish leaders are unhappy
with the choice of Lewinsky
but have neither the will to
fight him nor a specific issue
to wage a fight over. "There is
a certain amount of resigna-
tion over the choice of Lewin-
sky," says one American
Jewish leader.
Two younger Israelis whose
names have often been men-
tioned for the top executive
post are Benjamin Netan-
yahu, the Israeli Ambassador
to the United Nations, and
Ehud Olmert, a Likud
member of the Knesset. Both
men are young, dynamic, ar-
ticulate in English and at-
tractive to American Jewish
officials. But it seems that
neither is interested in the
position unless they are
assured that there will be no
opposition to them. "They
aren't willing to fight for the
job and it would be too
crushing to their careers if
they ran, and lost," noted an
Israeli insider, who added
that some officials are wary of
offering the post to a politi-
cian who may use it as a
career stepping stone.

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