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Israel

An Enduring Partnership
Israel continues to be a high interac-
tive priority of the Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit.
In the past year, Federation oversaw
17 missions and exchanges with 650
Detroiters and Israelis from the Central
Galilee, Federation's Partnership region,
going back and forth. A similar level of
activity is projected in the coming year.
The Partnership2Gether program
turns 20 in 2014.
"Our bond with
Israel is taking
on new dimen-
sion and depth:'
President Douglas
Bloom told the 325
attendees at the
joint annual meet-
ing of Federation
Douglas
and its banking and
Bloom
real estate arm, the
United Jewish Foundation, held Sept.
10 at the Jewish Community Center in
West Bloomfield.
He added, "Our relationship with our
Israeli families in the Central Galilee is
a model for the entire country."

Young Adult Israel Travel
Signup continues for the next Detroit
Community Birthright Experience
mission to Israel, in collaboration with
Israel Outdoors, this December (www.
detroitbirthrightisrael.com).
The free 10-day trips are for local
young adults ages 21-26 who have
never visited Israel as part of a peer-
based community experience.
Detroit Community Birthright
Experience is a partnership of Hillel
of Metro Detroit and Federation's
NEXTGen Detroit and Israel &
Overseas departments. They provide
social events, networking opportuni-
ties and workshops so trip-goers can
stay connected and continue their
Jewish journey.

Israelis Discover Treasures
Gold and silver coins and jewelry dated
from the 7th century were found at
an Israeli excavation at the foot of the
Temple Mount.
The two bundles of treasure, discov-
ered at the Temple Mount's southern
wall, at the Ophel excavation site, can
be dated to the late Byzantine period.
Eliat Mazar, a Hebrew University of
Jerusalem archaeologist, led the discov-
ery during summer
I excavations. She
called it "a breath-
taking, once-in-a
lifetime discovery."
She believes the
items were left amid
the Persian conquest
of Jerusalem in 614.
Eliat Mazar

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