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December 09, 1988 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-09

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technician was withdrawn
and his supply of research
chemicals severly restricted.
During the ten years that
Nezlin waited for permission
to emigrate, he kept up with
Israeli developments by
listening to Kol Israel in
English (its Russian and Yid-
dish broadcasts were, and still
are, jammed). He also learn-
ed a little Hebrew while still
in Moscow.
Now Prof. Nezlin is learn-
ing more Hebrew at a Weiz-
mann Institute course and
mapping out a research pro-
gram on cell behavior during
immune response (when the
body is fighting off infection).
He particularly looks forward
to meeting with his fellow im-
munologists in other coun-
tries, a common enough ex-

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perience where Israeli scien-
tists are concerned, but an ex-
iting prospect for him.
There are also mundane
problems to be tackled: apart-
ments must be obtained for
Roald's family and his aged
parents; jobs must be found
for his wife Irina (an
engineer) and his son Alex-
ander (a chemist); and Illya,
his younger son, must adjust
to the mores of an Israeli high
school. Roald feels certain
that things will work out.
When the Nezlin family left
Moscow, most of Roald's
friends thought he was crazy
to choose Israel over the U.S.,
particularly since he had sons
who would have to serve in
the Israeli Army. "As Jews,"
he responded, "our place is in
Israel."

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Herzog Pushes Shamir
On Labor-Likud Coalition

Jerusalem (JTA) — Presi-
dent Chaim Herzog, in a move
unprecedented for an Israeli
chief of state, called une-
quivocally Monday for a
broadly based Likud-Labor
unity government.

Declaring that only a broad
government could offer the
country "the stability it
needs," Herzog said he was
acting on his conscience to try
to advance the will of the
majority.

The president made his
views known to the news
media shortly after he gave
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir an additional 21 days
to try to form a government.
But to show he "meant
business" when he called for
a broad regime, Herzog ar-
ranged a meeting Tuesday
with Foreign Minister

Shimon Peres, the Labor Par-
ty leader.
The original 21 days
Shamir got from Herzog to
form a government expired
Monday. Shamir asked for the
extension.
Sunday night, the ultra-
Orthodox Agudat Yisrael par-
ty renounced a previous
agreement with the Labor
Party and decided to cast its
lot with Likud.
Shamir made it clear that
he was proceeding with his ef-
forts to establish a narrow
government. He added,
however, that he has not
given up hope for a broader
base.
According to observers,
Shamir plans to create his
rightist-religious coalition
and present it to Labor as a
fait accompli, with an offer to
join.

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