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October 05, 1990 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-10-05

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NEWS

BRICK PAVING

FOR THAT PERFECT LOOK

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major Jewish figures from
business and finance.
Mr. Dinitz said delegates
to a recent Agency-United
Jewish Appeal meeting in
Geneva decided to consider
extending the scope of the
Israel Bonds Organization.
They may permit direct
investment in Israeli in-
dustry instead of investment
through the medium of the
government, as is presently
the case.
Another scheme Mr.
Dinitz said was being ex-
amined by experts would
call for the purchase of
residential housing in Israel
by Diaspora communities or
individuals who would rent
the premises to olim.
Mr. Dinitz said world
Jewry was beginning to
adapt its responses to the
new realities.
While initial fund-raising
programs set a goal of $600
million over three years for
"Operation Exodus," the
new target is $600 million
over two years to bring Jews
from the Soviet Union to
Israel, Mr. Dinitz said.
That is in addition to the
$300 million-plus regularly
funneled to Israel by the
UJA, he said.
He said it was vital that
every Jewish household
worldwide participate, at
least financially, in the
effort to absorb Soviet Jews
in Israel.

12 Israelis
Are Indicted

Tel Aviv (JTA) — A dozen
Israeli employees of the con-
sular section of the U.S. Em-
bassy in Tel Aviv have been
indicted on charges of hav-
ing illegally issued hundreds
of U.S. tourist visas.
They are reported to have
smuggled passports of visa
applicants into the embassy,
where they were secretly
stamped and added to the
pile of passports awaiting of-
ficial signatures.
The charges against the 12
include forgery and accep-
ting bribes. The indictments
say the crimes were con-
sidered very serious because
they were committed
against a friendly nation.
Israelis who feared that
their official visa applica-
tions might be rejected are
reported to have paid
thousands of dollars to the
local employees involved in
the scam,
The operation is said to
have been going on for some
months. The employees were
investigated by embassy of-
ficials and the police.

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