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June 01, 1990 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-06-01

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A group celebrates their b'nai mitzvah on Masada.

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JWF Offering
Exodus Mission

Visitors to Israel will be
able to watch the absorption
of Soviet Jews and their first
experience living freely as
Jews.
Detroit's Exodus Mission
Sept. 5-16, will welcome the
new immigrants as they
disembark at Ben-Gurion
Airport, meet with the new
arrivals and the Israelis who
are assisting with their ab-
sorption and socialize with
them in their homes.
The mission participants
will also explore Jewish-
Christian relations with the
Greek Orthodox Patriarch
and meet both with Palesti-
nians and with Israeli ac-
tivists who believe in a
"Greater Israel."
The Exodus Mission will
visit many of Israel's sites
and landmarks, among them
Yad Vashem and the newly
dedicated Valley of Destroyed
Communities; the Jerusalem
Museum; the Western Wall;
and, nearby, Detroit's Project
Renewal sister city, Yavne.
They will also have a
special opportunity to ex-
perience what life was like
for Jews living in the
year 1 B.C.E. At the Cardo
Culinaria, groups will be
invited to dine in an at-
mosphere and on the foods
familiar to upper class,
Roman-influenced Jerusa-
lemites.
An information meeting
about the Exodus Mission
will be held at 8 p.m. June 10
in the home of David and
Doreen Hermelin.
The mission is open to con-
tributors of $5,000 or more to
the 1991 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign and Operation Exodus.
Three pre-mission trips — to
Poland, Russia and Hungary,
will also be offered.
Scholars-in-residence will
travel with each group.

Following their pre-mission
trips, the groups will reunite
in Israel.
The mission agenda also in-
cludes meetings with Israeli
officials, cultural activities,
social events, archeological
explorations, tours and
entertainment.
Leading the Exodus Mis-
sion are Larry Jackier, Dr.
Richard Krugel, Joe Orley,
Ben Rosenthal and Jane
Sherman. For information
about the Exodus Mission,
call Tom Wexelberg-Clouser
at the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, 965-3939, Ext. 121.

UJA Offers
Israel Mission

New York — The Universi-
ty Programs Department of
the United Jewish Appeal is
planning its second Medical
Students Mission to Israel.
The mission, held June 10-24,
is an opportunity for students
to experience Israel, learn
about its history, and make
an impact on its future. The
cost of the mission is $2,550,
and all participants will
receive a National UPD/UJA
subsidy of $1,000 toward this
basic cost. It is expected that
after the mission, students
will return to their campuses
inspired and organize much
needed UJA/Federation
Campaigns.
The trip spans 14 days, giv-
ing participants the oppor-
tunity to see many of Israel's
modern and historical land-
marks, as well as meeting
with prominent Isarelis in
the fields of medicine, politics
and education. Students will
see the ancient ruins of
Masada, the Yad Vashem
Memorial, visit an Israeli
Defense Forces base and talk
with soldiers, and see Israel
from the inside.

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