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December 08, 1989 - Image 107

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-08

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JUST IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS

the Jerusalem Institute for
Israel Studies, writes, "The
main political aim of Israeli
Arabs is equal rights and
opportunities," he writes.
"This goal is civilian and na-
tionalistic at once.
"After 1988, there are
fewer Israeli Arab citizens
who believe that integration
into the mainstream of the
state — that is to say, in
Zionist parties — will ad-
vance their interests in the
civil sphere, and there are
more Arabs who think that
in order to achieve equal
rights, they must organize
themselves in a separate
framework.
In contrast to these
themes, Yosef Ben-David, a
senior lecturer in an-
thropology at Ben-Gurion
University and researcher at
the Jerusalem Institute for
Israel Studies, presents a
less sanguine view.
Ben-David concludes that
Negev Beduin voting pat-
terns in the 1988 Knesset
elections indicate that the
intifada has contributed to a
phenomenon of alienation
from the state and has
signalled the first signs of
nationalist influence among
a population that has tradi-
tionally expressed its loyalty
to the state by voting for
Zionist parties.0

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Tel Avivans
Leaving Town

Tel Aviv (JPFS) — Tel
Aviv's non-Jewish popula-
tion continues to grow; its
Jewish population continues
to fall and the total city
population is shrinking, ac-
cording to statistics released
by city hall.
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1988, 11,138 were non-
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1983, when the total city
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