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November 18, 1960 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-18

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Sedar-Greenber g Ex ose, 'Behind the Egyptian
Sphinx '
s of UAR. Lin
ormer Nazis

Hillel School Students Present
Thanksgiving Pro gram, Tuesday

r, who will appear
ommunity Night pro-
of the Jewish Center's an-
Jewish Book Fai
•e,
onday evening, expo
one
truly disturbing fa
t
the- role of Nazis
ok,
Arab Republic, n
"Behind t E
Sphinx."
Co-auth d
h Harold
Greenbe •
shed by C
th
d C
C a
el
s ts
a
st
e nac ats to -1
ace con
Cairo.
• the Egyptian S
a
ows how the U
nd
satellites also ha
en ex-
ploiting the Mi'
ast ten-
sions
oses.
e
• reats however,
are "
the anti-Se
ranks
Germans who
been called in by Nass
elp him in his sinister r
he leader in efforts t
st
srael.
Se •
Green
how, "in t
. •yrinth
of Cairo . . . are harbored the
most famous and infamous per-
sonalities: the ex-Grand Mufti of
Jerusalem, Haj Amin el-Hus-
seini, whose international con-
spiracies and political assassina-
tions for almost half a century
have made his name a house-
hold word in every' foreign
office of the world; Krim Bel-
kacem, Deputy Premier and For-
eign. Minister of the Provisional
Algerian government, who di-
rects the 'holy war' against

The entire student body of
the Hillel Day School, number-
ing 70 pupils, will participate
in a special dramatic and in
cal program dedicat to
Thanksgiving, Tuesday a p.m.
The program will b eld in
the auditorium of main
branch of the Unit Hebrew
Schools building, 18 7 Schae
fer.
All the children of t kinder-
garten, first, second an
grades will take part in cos-
turned playlets, dances, choral
readings and songs — both in
English and modern Hebrew—
c elebr a t i-n g the theme of
Thanksgiving.

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Franc ; from Cairo hea s
ters; .. i a • ben;Youssef, Tuni-
sian
ist, ho untiringly
ov
pl
ow of pro-West-
rguiba; and Dr.
abi
ans Eis
azi fanatic now
r
slam, w • fled
e Germany t- ' i in
for
id p
hu to , .
pig
xperi-
ments . • •
ald."
aust
The
hardly
and
the l•
Nazi crimin
spicuous characters
of
are now active • in the
n ed Arab Republic. "Behind
he Egyptian Sphinx" also lists
Otto Skorzeny, the SS colone
Leopold Glem, who headed
Warsaw Gestapo Bureau,
to
Apple
ho was an ass
Butcher 0
arsaw
irlewang
d others.
e
aling t
e officers
it forces are
Nasser's
i s, and that 400
ainly
officers are at
ex-G
plotting against Israel,
.•
ar and Greenberg show
how the sphinx and the swas-
tika are being linked for ne-
farious aims.
The authors of this sensational
expose state that "although the
followers of the Prophet realize
that the Jewish state is a living
reality, they continue to foster
the myth that it does not exist—
that it never has existed. In
their vocabulary, it has always
been 'the enemy,' the Je
'Palestine,' or 'the Z•
rather than Israel. Cu
maps
of the Middle E-as
sale in
alestine in
Cairo stores displ



entirety up to the date of
pa
ion, omitting any refer-
o, or identification of
enc
Israe
a separate political en-
tity."
They nclude their analyses
by stat
that "once again
Christia
, Judaism, and Islam
face one other at this historic
juncti
between East and
West,"
they ask whether it
is too
ich to ask "that the
light
reason may finally
brig
this ancient cradle of
civ
tion?"

rael Air Chief
Asks New Planes

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV—Ezer Weizmann,
commander of the Israel Air
Force, said Tuesday that
must acquire addi
craft
to match th
9 which the
Soviet
is supplying to
the U
A •
ssing a group of U • ed
Jew
Appeal leaders.
Ca
a, the air force c
der
aid that wh ae
Mys
d in
Jets were cc
the Six
match for t
IG 15,
and the S
ere Vautours
were
e same
ss as the
Israel . had o plane
)IG 19
antities
pouring
of which . ha bee
into the UAR. He sal he time
had co t. • k o
cquiring
it c t to sup-
el
'se planes.

The histori
• 1.1-
Jew'
the
•rican Thanksgiving Day
1
e dramatically portrayed i
both languages.
All parents
st
nt
body, a
1
era
commu
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will discuss an answer ques-
tion on "Jewish
ht, Je
ish Identification an
Growth Through Study Groups"
at a 9:30 a.m. morning session.
Dr. Agus, rabbi of Beth El Con-
gregation, Baltimore, will dis-
cuss "Issues Relating to the Fu-
ture of Judaism," at 1:30 p.m.
World traveler Irving Sedar,
co-author of "Behind the Egyp-
tian Sphinx," which reveals the .
aims and goals of Nasser's Egypt
and Communist hopes in the
area, will discuss his book at the
Community Night event, 8:15
p.m., Monday. Ephraim Katz, co-
author of "Minister of Death,"
the Adolph Eichmann story, for-
eign correspondent, and Israeli
editor-reporter, will discuss his
book. Brig. Gen. S. L. A. Mar-
shall, Detroit News m i l i t a r y
critic, will give his views on the
books. The moderator will be Al-
bert Elazar, superintendent of
the United Hebrew Schools.
A teldidsion show, at 9'715 a.m.
Sunday, on WJBK-TV, Channel
2, will present Allen Kroker,
publicity director of the Jewish
Center and the Center Theater
in a scene from "The Dybbuk."
The book exhibits will open
at 8:30 p.m. Saturday and will
continue from 9:30 a.m. to 11
p.m. on Sunday and. Monday.
The climactic scene from An-
sky's "The Dybbuk," immortal
Jewish folk drama, will be pre-
cented on the "To Dwell To-
her" program. The dramatic
e, in which Dybbuk is exor-
, will have a cast that will
de Addie Beckerman, Sol
nky, Ralph Bernstein, Ralph
icorel, Lorraine Ernst, Irene
raft and Kroker.
Authors of many of the books
on display will be present to
discuss their works and to auto-
graph their books for purchasers.
There also will be the traditional
gift shop, operated by the Bnai
Brith Women.

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