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June 24, 1960 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-24

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Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News

BRUSSELS — Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion listed Tues-
day, on the second day of his
first visit to Belgium, three ac-
tions which Israel expected
from non-Israeli Jewries.
He said these were provision
of Jewish education to all
Jewish children "so that the
Jewish people will be united by
a common culture;" establish-
ing personal ties with Israel by
sending children to Israel to
visit and study there; and "the
hardest," personal settlement in
Israel so that the youth from

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other Jewish communities
would participate "in the up-
building of the Jewish state."
He made the comment when
he received delegations from
all Zionist organizations in
Belgium. Answering their greet-
ings in Yiddish, he apologized
for being unable to devote as
much time as he wanted to
give to the Jewish community
during his current visit.
"The Jewish people would not
have established the Jewish
State if, for thousands of years,
it had not carried in its heart
the hope and nostalgia for it,"
he added, remarking that he
was a man "with two allegi-
ances, Judaism and Israel."
Prime Minister and Mrs. Ben-
Gurion were guests of Queen
Mother Elizabeth at Stuyven-
berg Castle at a private lunch-
eon. The only other guest was
the veteran Socialist leader,
Calllille Huysmans. During a
coffee break in the garden,
television, newsreel and press
photographers took pictures and
the Queen Mother joined in
taking photographs. The queen
kissed the Prime Minister and
his wife goodbye.
While the Prime Minister

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was calling at the Belgian For-
eign Ministry, Mrs. Ben-Gurion
received 100 women representa-
tives of Jewish organizations.
The Prime Minister attended
a dinner Monday night in his
honor given by Premier Gaston
Eyskens, attended by leaders
of the Belgian Senate and Par-
liament and various Cabinet
Ministers.
Ben-Gurion met at the Israel
Embassy here with a delegation
of the Belgian Socialist Party
for which he had arranged a
dinner earlier this year in
Haifa.
Premier Eyskens said at the
dinner that it was his pleasure
to note "the friendly relations
between our two countries and
our two peoples who bath want
to work for peace in a fruitful
way."
The Premier added that the
relationships were developing
"harmoniously, especially in the
economic field where some re-
cent initiatives give the hope
that new progress will be
achieved." He added he was
certain that "useful cooperation
between Israel and the young
state of the Congo will be estab-
lished and that the Congo will
find in Israel things to follow
as examples, mainly in the
field of rural economy and the
organization of cooperatives."
Greeted ceremoniously at
the airport by Prime Minister
Eyskens, Minister for For
eign Commerce Jacques van
Offelen, and Viscount Meeus
d'Argentuil, who represented
Queen Mother Elizabeth, Ben-
Gurion reviewed a guard of
honor, then read a statement
emphasizing the friendship
between Belgium and Israel.
Speaking in French, Ben-
Gurion said: "All free nations,
large or small, are committed
to solidarity in the defense of
peace and fundamental liber-
ties."
In his reply, Eyskens declar-.
ed: "It is an honor and a plea-
sure for the Belgian government
to receive Mr. Ben-Gurion."
Ben-Gurion was accompanied
here, as he was in France, by
his wife, Paula, and his daugh-
ter, Mrs. Ranana Leshem.
Ben-Gurion Stresses Will
for Peace; Defends Stand
on Trying Nazi Eichmann
PARIS- (JTA) — Israel's
Prime Minister David. Ben-
Gurion completed his state visit
to France Sunday by voicing
praise for the "will for peace"
displayed by leaders of the free
world — President Eisenhower,
President Charles de Gaulle of
France, Prime Minister Harold
Macmillan of Great Britain, and
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer of
the West German Republic. He
left for Brussels, Belgium, Mon-
day.
"I do not say that the leaders
of the Communist countries do
not have an equal will for
peace," he added. "I have not
met them to judge their senti-
ments." He added that Israel
remained ready to meet Arab
leaders and to discuss with
them all problems, including the
Arab refugee problem, without
any prior conditions.
At a luncheon given in his
honor by the French diplomatic
press association, Ben-Gurion
expressed hope that peace with
the Arabs would come eventu-
ally. He said he did not rule out
a confederation with the Arab
states, adding that "in such a
climate, we might be able to
cooperate with our neighbors in
the political, economic, social
and cultural fields for the good
of the entire region." The prin-
cipal needed, he said, was a
desire for peace. Only then, he
added, can a solution "to all
problems be found."
The Prime Minister strongly
defended Israel's stand that it
is "morally and legally en-
titled" to try Adolf Eichmann
for • the crimes he committed
against the Jewish people as
Hitler's specialist. in mass mur-
der.
He said that, while Israel did

not exist as a state when Eich-
mann committed his crimes, "it
existed in the hearts of the
Jewish people. Israel is the
only country which can judge
a man who deliberately killed
6,000,000 Jews." He said there
was no opposition between jus-
tice and law in Israel's plans
for Eichmann because "justice
is the superior form of legisla-
tion." He added that not only
would Eichmann's trial in an

Israel court not violate any
law, but that it would serve
the interests of historic justice.
"No man with a conscience
can deny that it is the duty of
the Jewish State to try a man
accused of such crimes against
the Jewish nation," he declared.
He expressed confidence that
the Nazi criminal, whose right
to a lawyer of his own choos-
ing has been acknowledge,
would be tried "in a just way"
according to the procedure of
, Israeli courts.

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5 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 24, 1960

Ben-Gurion Says Israel Expects Jewries to Emphasize Education

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