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October 08, 1993 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-08

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The pessimists are sure it won't happen.
The optimists are sure it will.

The realists know that peace will take time,
commitment . . . and money. They know that
peace carries a heavy price tag.

Israel still lives in a rough neighborhood, and
her people pay the price. While security
needs continue, Israel must address
enormous human needs .

In the past few years, hundreds of thousands
of immigrants have been rescued from
persecution, civil war and economic
hardship.

Peace will bring many more of them to Israel,
the vast majority from republics of the former
Soviet Union, but others from Ethiopia,
Yemen, Yugoslavia, South Africa, India--
wherever Jewish people live in fear for their
lives, or long to return home.

Now that they are home, Israel can't afford to
let them become prisoners of poverty and
hopelessness.

Within 10 years, Israel will have taken in the
equivalent of one-fifth of her population.
Picture America absorbing 50 million immi-
grants in one decade. Providing housing,
jobs, language training and basic services.
Taking people from sophisticated cities and
mountain villages and building one nation.

Israel has been doing it with our help for 45
years. Now, we face a new, and hopeful,
challenge together.

Peace sure is expensive.
But isn't it worth it?

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