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March 25, 1994 - Image 103

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-25

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Happy Passover
To All Of Our
Clients And Friends
From Janet, Moe and Staff

Israel Tourism
Off Slightly

Jerusalem (JTA) — Israel's
hotels will be full to
overflowing during the up-
coming Passover/Easter sea-
son, despite the slayings in
Hebron last month, accor-
ding to a tourism publication
here.
According to a survey con-
ducted by Travel News, a
popular publication among
those who work in Israel's
tourism industry, the
Hebron incident, in which a
Jewish settler killed 29
Arabs, has had only a slight
impact on holiday tourism.
In an article titled
"Incoming Tourism Has Not
Been Hurt," the newsletter
stated that "very few
tourists have canceled their
trip in the wake of the
massacre."
Some individuals and
groups have pulled out, in-
cluding Christian pilgrims
who had planned to spend
Easter in the Holy Land, the
article noted. And it added
that there could be "some
last-minute cancellations" if
the security situation
worsens.
"Some tourists who have
made reservations are
waiting to see what
happens," the article said.
The fact that the tragedy
has not resulted in a spate of
cancellations has delighted
tourism officials here, who
had feared that tourists
would stay away during the
lucrative holiday season,
much as they did before and
during the January 1991
Persian Gulf War.
According to a Ministry of
Tourism spokesman,
Passover, which this year
begins on March 26, and
Easter, which this year falls
on April 3, traditionally
draw large numbers of
visitors.
Of the 1.9 million people
who visited Israel last year,
nearly 275,000 planned
their trips to coincide with
Passover and Easter.
"So far, Pesach reserva-
tions are looking very good,"
said Fiona Semberg,
spokeswoman for the King
David Hotel in Jerusalem.
"There have been a few
cancellations, but we can't
say they are definitely due to
what happened in Hebron.
We just hope and pray that
nothing will happen to affect
the situation tomorrow."
She noted, however, "that
a large percentage of our
guests come back year after
year, and that many come
during Pesach to visit their
family living in Israel. [I]

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