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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-10-25

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Kiryat Malachi's modern dwellings"and apartments under
construction.

Kiryat Malachi Has
New-Found Prosperity

HELGA ABRAHAM

Special

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The Jewish News

he Kastina junction on
the Jerusalem-Ashke-
lon highway is a
familiar gathering-point for
hitchhikers and travelers as
they make their way west to
the coast or south to Beer-
sheva and the Negev. But few
stop here long enough to see
what lies beyond the highway.
Were they to do so, they
would discover a pleasant lit-
tle town with a friendly at-
mosphere and an air of new-
found prosperity.
Kiryat Malachi, till recent-
ly, could have been described
as a sleepy development town
in the middle of nowhere but
in the last 10 years, with the
influx of new residents and
the establishment of new in-
dustries, it has undergone a
major transformation and
now bears all the hallmarks
of a town with a future. The
sounds of hammers and drills
can be heard on practically
every street as the old gives
way to the new; in the public
square young couples enjoy
an afternoon stroll with their
children while, nearby, groups
of teen-agers explore the
boutiques and cafes of the
town's attractive new shopp-
ing plaza.
The town hall, meanwhile,
is abuzz with activity as Yosef
Vanunu, Kiryat Malachi's
dynamic young mayor and his
aides busily finalize new
development plans for the
town. Pointing with a long
wooden cane to the maps lin-
ing the walls of his office, Mr.
Vanunu declares proudly:
"We're building 1,000 flats,
with plans for 3,000 more and
it's all private development."
Three-time elected mayor,
46-year-old Mr. Vanunu is
widely credited with having
put Kiryat Malachi on the na-

tional map. In the 10 years
since he was elected mayor,
the town's population has
soared from 10,000 to 60,000
inhabitants, the newest ar-
rivals being 350 families from
the Soviet Union. "We never
expected to absorb more than
50,7 recalls Mr. Vanunu smil-
ing, "but now we have the
facility to absorb 3,000 more,
if necessary."
A proponent of direct ab-
sorption, Mr. Vanunu leaves
no stone unturned in his
determination to find housing
and employment for the new-
comers, encouraging families

The dynamic
young mayor and
his aides busily
finalize new
development plans
for the-town.

whose children have left
home to rent out rooms and
calling industrialists and
employers in person in search
for jobs. "We have more than
100 industries in Kiryat
Malachi employing 4,000 peo-
ple," says the ebullient mayor
proudly. "I can guarantee
that anyone who wants to
work, can find work here."
Like most of his colleagues
and two thirds of Kiryat
Malachi, Mr. Vanunu is of
Moroccan origin. His family
arrived in Israel in 1955, the
year of mass Jewish emigra-
tion from Morocco, and lived
first in Moshav Gefen in the
center of the country. "That
was a shock for us," recalls
Mr. Vanunu with a smile. "We
had expected our new home to
be green, with trees and
vineyards . . . but all we found
was bare soil and a few huts."
Two years later the family
settled in Kiryat Malachi,
where the 2,000 inhabitants,

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