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June 06, 2003 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-06

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Let us lend a hand


Inspired young
American students
in Israel stay beyond
the school year

Special to the Jewish News

Join us for this special seminar. Seating is limited, so make your
reservation early. Adult day care will be provided by qualified staff. Please
ask about this service when making your reservation. Light refreshments will
,be served.


The Lure
Of Israel

INT ith the end of the school
year approaching, semi-
nary and yeshivah students
are packing their bags and
saying goodbye to what has been their
home for the past nine months.
Some are returning to the States for
summer jobs; others will travel abroad,
visiting the hometowns of new friends
made this year. The majority are look-
ing forward to the fall, when they will
begin a new chapter of their lives in
colleges across the United States.
A select group, however, have cho-
sen a different option: to stay in Israel
beyond this year.
Take Mayer Winkler, for example. A
graduate of Yeshivat Akiva in
Southfield, he is 20 and studied the
past two years at Yeshivat Har Etzion
in the Gush, a region in the West
Bank south of Jerusalem. Starting this
fall, he will serve in the Israeli army
through the Machal program, which
allows young men from outside Israel
who have completed at least one year
of education in an Israeli yeshivah pro-
gram to contribute their time and
strength to the Israel Defense Forces
through nine months of volunteer
army service with Israeli peers.
"Wherever they send the [Israeli]
guys from my yeshivah, I'll be going,"
said Winkler.
He chose this path for a number of
reasons. "First, the ideological: I want
to defend my homeland — Israel.
Secondly, I want to make aliyah, so
this will make my army time when I
do [immigrate] shorter."
Though uncertain as to whether he
will attend college in Israel after

Rachel Kohn of West Bloomfield,
a 2002 graduate of Yeshivat Akiva in
Southfield, is studying at Michlelet
Orot this school year.

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