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January 18, 1991 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-01-18

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frequent visitors to Israel.
She said that until a few
days ago, she and her hus-
band Joel had no problems
sending Stewart to Israel.
"But for the last few days we
were just waiting to hear
that the trip was cancelled."
She said the Goldens are
planning to go to Israel later
this year.
Brad Finegood, a 10th
grader at Berkley High
School, made a joint decision
with his family this week
not to go on the trip. "I was
concerned that if something
happened in Israel, I might
not be able to get out," he
said. "We made the decision
Sunday when (U.N. Secre-
tary General Javier) Perez
de Cuellar came back from
Iraq."
Brad said several friends
at Berkley High pulled out
of the trip several weeks ago,
but he held out until the last
minute. He hopes to go next
year.
A classmate, Adi Pality,

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"Saddam Hussein
may be crazy but
he's not stupid. He
knows he won't
defeat Israel by
sending over a few
missiles."

said he is not concerned
about security in Israel. Adi
was born in Israel and has
made extended visits to see
family and friends.
"I had mixed feelings —
not about security but about
the shrinking numbers and
that the tension in Israel
would not allow me to do the
things I wanted to do," Adi
said. "If I wanted to jump on
a bus to go to Tel Aviv, or
sign out to visit my grand-
mother, I'm not sure that
they would let me do that"
because of the war tensions.
"I also wanted to go with 15-
20 other students and the
numbers had dropped to 12
nationally."
Sharon Pality, a native of
Iowa who met her husband
Yisrael on a kibbutz, said
she is relieved the trip was
postponed. "Youth Aliyah
and the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration didn't want
anything to happen to our
children. I believe it is in our
best interest and I know Adi
will get to Israel again."
Yisrael Pality said he tele-
phoned his mother in Israel
last week, "but of course the
situation there is not the
same today as it was then."
On Tuesday, Mr. Pality
remained optimistic that
there will not be a war.
"There is too much risk for
everyone," he said. "Saddam
Hussein may be crazy but
he's not stupid. He knows he
won't defeat Israel by send-
ing over a few missiles. He
just wants to involve the
other Arab countries."
Seven Detroiters par-
ticipating since September
in the college-age Project
Otzma, a one-year program
in Israel similar to the U.S.
Peace Corps, left Israel. Five
returned to Detroit on Tues-
day for what they said would
be "a few weeks," and two
opted to travel in Europe.
"Most of the kids did not
want to leave," Mrs. Maas
said. "It was really pressure
from the parents. It's under-
standable." She said the
Council of Jewish Federa-
tions, which helps under-
write the program, sug-
gested the Otzma par-
ticipants take a two-week
vacation out of Israel and
provided plane tickets.
The Israel Program Center
is establishing a volunteer
line, to be maimed by the
Otzma participants. Persons
wishing to go to Israel to
work at jobs that would
allow soldiers to join their
Israel Defense Force units
are asked to call 661-5440.
Job skills will be catalogued
and the volunteers contacted
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Mrs. Fisher has a
daughter, parents, brothers
and sisters in Israel. As Jan.
15 — the last date the United
Nations set for Iraq to
withdraw from Kuwait —
approached, her family ex-
pressed concern, but never
panic or hysteria, she said.
Meanwhile, Detroit area
registrations for summer
programs in Israel are down
from last year's levels, said
Sivan Maas of the Israel
Program Center at the Jew-
ish Community Center.
The office continues to
receive inquiries about
summer programs, Mrs.
Maas said. Three Jewish
10th graders in the Detroit
area were scheduled to leave
during the first week in
February for the spring high
school in Israel program.
Last year, Detroit had nine
participants in the program.
But on Tuesday, the par-
ticipants received word that
the high school program was
postponed until next year.
Stewart Golden, a
sophomore at Andover High
School, said he "sort of ex-
pected" the postponement,
"but it's sad it had to be that
way."
Stewart's mother, Linda
Golden, said the family are

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