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Congratulations,

Jon Schey!

We are so proud of you!

All our best wishes for happiness

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and success in your future.

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Mom, Dad, Jamie,
Nana & Poppy

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from page 26

55 years, must deal as the Americans
have — from the universally under-
stood currency — strength.
What about the territories? If you
looked at the map of Israel, you
must see they must remain under
Israeli jurisdiction. Let's get to
specifics.
I like the term "municipal authori-
ty." The concept is to give the Arabs
complete management over all their
civic functions sans Israeli citizen-
ship. Such citizenship was never
Israel's obligation. Israel must insist,
through the world bodies, that the
huge and wealthy Arab nations take
- sed refugees and that
in the supp o
those who remain in Israel behave
themselves. The U.N.-financed,
hate-generating "refugee" camps
must be disbanded.
What about Israel's economy?
Tourism is dependent upon a vibrant
economy and a welcoming, secure
country. It is Israel's job to make its
streets, markets, schools, nightclubs,
etc., safe for its own citizens and its
tourists. How preposterous to give
that basic national responsibility to
the Arabs or the United States!
When Israel is safe, there is little
question that Jews will flock in from
the world over. Why would they
remain as a hated minority in
France, Argentina and Russia, even
Britain? How many more Americans,
especially our dedicated religious
Jews, would make aliyah?
One other congenital problem:
Israel's economy remains in the
throes of a pipedream called social-
ism. It is dominated by an archaic
Histadrut labor union steeped in the
original Russian misconception.
Despite Israel's awful times, the
Histadrut is about to call a general
strike and further cripple the econo-
my. The union is unhappy with
Finance Minister Benjamin
Netanyahu's attempt at bringing
Israel into the 21st century by incor-

ISRAEL

AND DISPUTED TERIIIIIVRIES

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DAVIDOFF from page 26

were truly full of hope. Their grand-
parents had immigrated 10 years
prior and their parents had made the
decision recently to follow so their
children could have a better life.
So what do Anna and Satsha mean
to you? They are our future. It's these
immigrants who will set the founda-
tion for the next generation of Israelis.
It's these immigrants who will serve in

porating the realism of capitalism.
Until this gargantuan change
occurs and the Jewish state elects to
pay its own bills and removes itself
from the American dole, Israel's
future will remain tenuous and will
continue to take a very dangerous
back seat in the relationship.
See, I told you that you would not
like the answer. ❑

the Israeli Defense Forces to assure
that we have a permanent and secure
homeland.
Our Jewish world is based on con-
nections: the connection between you
and your Federation, between your
Federation and JAFI, and between
JAFI and Anna and Satsha. In the
end, we are connected to Anna and
Satsha in blood, in spirit and in hope
for the future.



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