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May 17, 1991 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-17

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ahead," said the Cape Town-
born Mr. Eban in the
erudite, South African tone
that is his trademark.
Yet he held out little hope
that Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir's government would
seize the advantage.
"As Jews, we are more
conditioned to look for
danger than opportunities,"
he noted, quickly adding
that given the course of Jew-
ish history, "there is no
reason to apologize for that."
Mr. Eban, an author and
television documentarian as
well as a politician and dip-
lomat, also noted Israel's
desperate need for Diaspora
help in resettling Soviet
Jews.
Unless the tens of
thousands of newly arrived
Soviet immigrants obtain
jobs and decent housing dur-
ing their first one or two
years in Israel, he warned,
they will leave Israel in
droves for economically
better off nations, such as
the United States, Canada
and Australia.
Pointing to the large
number of American Jews of
Russian extraction, Mr.
Eban said Israelis should be
held no more responsible for
Soviet resettlement than
Diaspora Jewry.
Mr. Eban is currently
spending what he character-
ized as "a lot of time" in New
York while working as the
producer of a new documen-
tary about Israel for the
Public Broadcasting
Corporation.



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tion of valuable Jewish re-
ligious objects has opened in
the 400-year-old Maisel
Synagogue, which is part of
Prague's state-run Jewish
Museum.
The exhibition took six
years of preparation.
Ludmila Kybalova, direc-
tor of the museum, said the
silver artifacts on display
came from 153 synagogues
in Bohemia and Moravia
destroyed or plundered by
the Nazis during World War
II.
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emphasis on the religious
uses of the objects.
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