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June 24, 1988 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-24

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Israel come away happy." He
added that 40 percent of
Israeli visitors have visited
the country before, an "un-
paralleled" figure, according
to Shoshani. In addition, the
average stay in Israel is 19
nights, one of the five highest
figures in the world in terms
of length of stay.
Shoshani said that the cur-
rent crisis was the third in his
five-year tenure as head of
Israeli tourism from North
America. The first took place
during and after the Lebanon
war of 1982, but was over-
come quickly, he said,
through an advertising cam-
paign stressing Israel's
friendliness. Once the war
ended, the tourism rate
returned to normal.
The second crisis was the
aftermath of the "Achille
Lauro" ship hijacking by the
PLO in the fall of 1986, and
travelers, particularly from
Europe, were fearful of travel-
ing.
As for the current crisis,
Shoshani said that it is the
worst of the three because the
situation is the most pro-
tracted and the media have
been filled for months with
negative images of Israeli
soldiers beating Palestinians.
Experts believe that people
who have been to Israel before
are less concerned about the
safety factor; it is the poten-
tial first-time travelers who
are most worried about the
trip.

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