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October 02, 1992 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-10-02

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to a more diversified economy
smoother until these local
economies start booming.
Mustafa Abromi, co-director
of the Center Arab-Israel En-
trepreneurialism, a project
designed to help Israeli Arabs
learn how to create and
operate businesses, says tran-
sition may very well change
the existing relationship bet-
ween Israeli Jews and Arabs.
Mr. Abromi claims that
while their per-capita income
and overall levels of prosperi-
ty rose in the years from
1948-1965, there was little
overall development in the
underlying infrastructure in
Arab Israeli towns.
This was due to a weak
population, scarce local
resources, and the negative
effects of military rule which
was in effect in Israel's Arab
sector until the mid-1960's.
This all changed after the
Six-Day War in 1967.
"After 1967, trade between
Israel and the West Bank and
Gaza created economic oppor-
tunities for Israeli Arabs as
middlemen and traders," he
says. "This, along with the
freedom to work anywhere in
the country, created economic
foundations which by the ear-
ly 1980s had translated into
small workshops and fac-
tories in the building, steel,
metal and food industries.
None of this was enough,
however, to wean this sector
away from being dependent
on the larger Israeli
economy."
Mr. Abromi says a big pro-
blem for Israeli Arabs is they
always have lacked a "father
of industry," someone who
they could look up to as a role
model who could fight for
their industrial and economic
rights in the Ministries of In-
dustry and Trade, Finance
and Interior. The result is a
lack of adequate infrastruc-
ture for industry in their
towns, and of faith in their
ability to create wealth.
Mr. Czamanski and Mr.
Abromi agree it isn't enough
to merely laud the relatively
high socio-economic standard
of living of Israeli Arabs in
comparison with their
brethren in Egypt and Syria.
The goal, they say, should be
economic equality with
Jewish Israelis.
They say to achieve the
same levels of employment
opportunities, more govern-
ment funds must be directed
to building more industrial
parts in the Arab sector, and
proving more business infor-
mation to Arab would-be en-
trepreneurs. As it does in
development towns through-
out Israel, the government
should take an active part in
local business.



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