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October 27, 1995 - Image 128

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-10-27

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sus is an innocent thing,
right? It's an apolitical, non-
sectarian, uncontroversial
gathering of statistics, yes? Not
in Israel. In Israel it is, for many,
an instrument of protest.
The fifth national census,
which got under way in mid-Oc-
tober, is being boycotted by tens
of thousands to hundreds of thou-
sands of Israel's 5.5 million citi-
zens. They're boycotting because
they don't like the peace process;
or because they object to homo-
sexual couples; or because they
think the census is offensive to
Judaism; or because they don't
recognize the Jewish State.
Some 7,000 census takers are
hitting the sidewalks, handing
out questionnaires to Israeli
households. Respondents are
asked the basics: age, sex, coun-
try of origin, education, income,
occupation and the like. The pur-
pose of the census, the first since
1983, is to aid planners and be-
cause it's good to know this stuff.
In response, right-wing ac-
tivists are placing 400,000 flyers
in mailboxes, saying that the cen-
sus boycott is a way "to express
opposition [to the peace process]
without violence and without get-
ting trampled under the hooves
of police horses [at demonstra-
tions.]."
The flyer urges residents to fill
in the questionnaires, but not to
hand them in "until a govern-
ment is elected which will rule
without PLO [Arab party] votes
in the Knesset." Census takers
will collect the forms beginning
early next month. The penalty for
refusal to complete or return the
questionnaire is three months in
prison. But Nurit Rosen, head of
public relations for the census,
said, "This law has never been
enforced before, and I don't be-
lieve it will be enforced now."
The right-wing boycott is or-
ganized by five non-parliamen-
tary groups including the
YESHA (Judea, Samaria and
Gaza) Council, Zo Artzenu (This
Is Our Land) and Professors for
A Strong Israel.
Weizmann Institute Prof.
Eli Pollak, a member of Pro-
fessors for A Strong Israel and a
driving force behind the boycott,
said it is the right's latest act of
civil disobedience. "We do not re-
spect the law of this government,
and, therefore, we are not taking
part in this census," he said.
Right-wing Knesset parties are
staying out of the campaign.
Building support for the boycott
is difficult, Pollak noted, because
newspapers will not accept ad-
vertisements that call on citizens

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