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contributors to Israel. "Come and
spend more time in Israel," he says.
"Come to the Negev. Have one fund,
not many, and devise a strategy [of
giving]. We are fighting for our sur-
Says BGU's Moskowitz, "We [Jews in
the United States] are in the process of
redefining how we support the Jewish
community and Israel. We were success-
ful in building a state: Israel has become
a First World coun-
try that rivals
income in peace-
"But the country
has changed," he
adds, "and so has
"We have to
redefine how we
support Israel," he
Americans must look at the institu-
tions that will re-energize Israel and
her economy for the next 50 years.
Since the time of Ben-Gurion, who
lived on an agricultural kibbutz, "we've
learned that Jews aren't farmers," says
Moskowitz. "We like to sit around
cafes and eat in restaurants in the city."
So a "knowledge-based economy,"
where we support museums, universi-
ties and research institutes, will most
likely make desert life a success, he says.
"Lands have limits, brains are
unlimited," said Peres at the New York
gathering in September.
The model of Ben-Gurion University
in the Negev that interacts with local
and global communities explores that
unlimited terrain. Even at a time when
relations between Israel and her neigh-
bors are at an all-time low, at the uni-
versity there is a glimpse of the possible.
For example, the head of BGU's Water
Institute has informal conversations with
water management experts from
Lebanon, Jordan and Egypt as well as
with Palestinians. Braverman adds that
researchers continue to work behind the
scenes with Palestinian and Jordanian
academics in health care and social work.
The first woman Bedouin doctor in
Israel will graduate from BGU.
As Ben-Gurion University and
Beersheva become a larger presence in
Israel, needing . more resources and
people to fulfill its potential, what
does Braverman have to do politically
to make it happen?
The answer might be the energetic
president's biggest challenge yet.