Federation boosts Israeli Arab advocacy

March 2014
New Jersey Jewish News;3/20/2014, Vol. 68 Issue 12, p5
The article focuses on achieving official committee status by the Israeli Arab Educational Forum from Jewish Federation of Greater Metro West New Jersey. Topics discussed include economic and cultural projects support in Israel by the committee, the comment of Paula Saginaw, vice chairman of Israeli Arab Educational Forum, that Israeli Arab issues have became important in past years and views of committee members on need of Israeli Arabs.


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