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April 07, 1989 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-07

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(OPINION I

Soviet Jews

Continued from Page 7

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America, the more money is
allocated for them and not for
Israel. The gap between ab-
sorption conditions in the
United States and Israel will
become greater, encouraging
an even smaller number of
Jews to opt for Zion.
The time for decision is
here. The newly started "Se-
cond Line" campaign must
provide much larger alloca-
tions for absorption in Israel,
or the cycle described above
will become irreversible.
The government of Israel
and the whole of Israeli socie-
ty must also take action. The
intolerable situation by
which the absorption system
has become a deterrent to
aliyah must be changed.
Israel must give a much
higher priority to reversing
the terrible state of its ab-
sorption services.
If Israel does not act now,
masses of Soviet Jews will
simply not come. Instead,
they will continue to pressure
the American government
and the American Jewish
community to enlarge im-
migration quotas. Israel's in-
ability to absorb newcomers
will become a major argu-
ment for this.
The key to success lies in

Natan Sharansky:
Larger allocations needed to help
Soviet Jews settle in Israel.

the ability of the State of
Israel, Jewish communities
abroad, and Soviet olim to act
in solidarity. Together, we
must strengthen Israel's
Soviet Jewish community so
that it can better accom-
modate the newcomers, in-
spire Jewish revival in the
USSR and promote Jewish
identity among Soviet im-
migrants in North America
and elsewhere. ❑
(c) 1989 JPFS

LETTERS I

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Jordan is Arab Palestine.
Those people are kept in
those camps so they can even-
tually be transferred across
the Jordan River to help take
over Israel.
America helps pay for those
40-year-old "temporary" UN
camps. Instead of continuing
such support, it would be bet-
ter if the United States would
offer economic aid to Jordan
so they could settle their
fellow Arabs and let them,
finally, have a place of their
own.
The U.N. camps which
threaten the authority of the
host country by allowing the
PLO a free hand can be
demolished. After that the
some 500,000 Arabs in the 28
U.N. camps ruled by the PLO
in Judea-Samaria and Gaza
can also be settled in Arab
Palestine Jordan and those
camps town down. That is a
sensible solution to bring
blessed peace between Arabs
and Jews.

Hymie Cutler
Michigan Committee
for a Safe Israel

Green Beans
And Passover

355-1000

It was with great surprise
that I read, in your issue of
March 31, a recipe for

vegetarian chopped liver, sug-
gested by the author as
kosher and acceptable for
Passover use.
The recipe includes green
beans, which — as the author
and The Jewish News should
have known — is acceptable
for Passover use only by
Sephardic Jews.
I hope you will print this
clarification for the sake of
your many readers who care
about this dietary distinction.

Thrry F. Howard
Bloomfield Hills

Free Press Integrity
Above Question

Berl Falbaum is so fine a
journalist and community
leader and such a good friend
that I am happy that I almost
always agree with what he
writes and says. His recent
column about the Detroit Free
Press contained a couple of
observations about which I
have different views, and I am
sure that Berl will unders-
tand that I communicate
them in a spirit of airing
another side of a community
issue.
I fully agree with Berl's
comments about the inap-
propriateness of printing the
column by Professor Thomas
Naylor. It was an outrageous

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