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July 30, 1993 - Image 107

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-07-30

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FINAL WEEK!
ALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE

are permitted for women far
more easily than for men.
Also, women are not per-
) mitted in combat, she noted,
which disqualifies them
, from the highest military
1 posts.
I Because roles and ranks
L are so rigidly gender-
) segregated in the Israel
Defense Force, young men
2 undergo "the central for-
mative experience" of their
lives apart from women,
knowing that what they're
doing is "something the op-
posite sex cannot do."
"The ongoing impact (of
' this) has yet to be research-
ed," she said.
What is clear, Ms. Shalvi
offered, is that women are
effectively shut out of the
\ "old boy's network" in both
the military and civilian life,
in the job market and espe-
cially in the political world.
, The kind of high-ranking
military service from which
women are excluded enables
\ men "to parachute into
, z Israeli politics without going
through the ranks,' she
said.
One result is that there are
only 11 women in the 120-
member Knesset, compris-
ing just 9.6 percent of that
body, the exact same
\number as in the first
'Knesset elected in 1948, Ms.
Shalvi said.
The feminist leader
,.pointed out, however, that
for the first time all the wo-
men Knesset members say
they are committed to the
2 agenda of women's rights.
She also note that this is
the first time there are two
women ministers with port-
folios, Communications and
Science Minister Shulamit
Aloni and Labor and Social
*fairs Minister Ora Namir.
In the meantime, Ms.
Shalvi said, it is critical that
women work for political
empowerment, beginning on
the local level, and then
fight for better services for.
omen, including child care
and transportation.

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Our Beautiful, Newly-Renovated
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Apparel/Accessories
Azade
Baby and Me
Cocktails
Complaisant - Complaisant Kid'z
Dion's World of Watches
Divine Knits
Fabulous Rags, Riches & Things
Leona's Handbags
Sally's Design Boutique
Trends — Men & Boys

Art/Cards/Gifts
Amy's Hallmark
Continental Exclusives
Danielle Peleg Art Gallery
Richard Burger Gallery

Food/Restaurants
Services
Detroit Bagel Factory
Barry's Let's Rent It
Coffee Trader
Lieberman's Photo Studio
Hoa Kow
Mai Kai Cleaners
Manuel's
Palmer Optical - Lone Pine
Pizza Hut
Pine Lake Shoe Repair
Yogurt Delights
Salons/Spas
Wolfe Travel
American
Connoisseur
Another Nail Studio
Kitty Wagner Facial Salon & Spa
Other
Mariomax Salon
Mish
A Gahs Sports Cards
Nail Concepts
Miss Barbara's Dance Center
Salvatore's Salon
Peter Neilsen's Fitness Center

FALL
AND BACK TO SCHOOL
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ARRIVING DAILY

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In addition to 250 youths
who left for summer vaca-
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'group of 150 went on a pre-
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In the first half of 1993,
some 100 Hungarians made
aliyah, according to Peter
Fried, head of the Jewish
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