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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-07-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, July 28, 1961 --

Moslem Mayor of Nazareth Says
Israel's Arabs Are Loyal to State

Seif El-din Zaub'i, mayor of
Nazareth, who arrived in the
United States to attend the
International Conference of
Mayors in Washington, told the
leadership of the National Com-
mittee for Labor Israel (Histad-
rut) at a reception that "if
anyone should seek to harm
our country, we Israeli Arabs
will resist it to the utmost."
Mayor Zaub'i, born in Na-
zareth ,48 years ago, was elected
to the Knesset . when Israel
was founded in 1948, and served
seven years. After an interlude
of farming on his family estate
in Galilee, he was elected
mayor of Israel's largest Arab
community in 1959. A member
of the Central Committee of the
Union of Local Authorities in
Israel, Mayor Zaub'i is also
active in Histadrut affairs.
In his statement about con-
ditions and attitudes of the
Arab minority in Israel, Mayor
Zaub'i declared:
"The Arabs of Israel seek
to be equal and loyal citizens
of their country. When Presi-
dent Bourguiba of Tunis in re-
cently stated that he expected
Israel to suffer the same fate
as Algeria and that the Arabs
would engage in guerilla war-
fare against the State of Israel,
he apparently did not know the
situation in Israel. If he de-
pends upon the Arabs of Israel
to begin such a war, he will

Windmill in Elath
Confirms Bible Tale

When Israel established a
new port at Elath on the Gulf
of Aqaba, in a completely un-
developed arid region, all sup-
plies including fuels and water
had to be trekked 250 miles
across the roadless desert.
But a 40-foot high windmill
set up there proved equal to
the generation of enough energy
to provide electricity for the
area. ,
A by-product of the Elath
windmill and the measurements
made there by scientists was
the verification of an old Bibli-
cal story. In the harsh moun-
tains beside Elath, King Solo-
mon had his copper mines. To-
day the landscape • remains
scarred by the black slag-heaps
of 3,000 years ago, the eviden
shows.

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have to wait a long time. We
Israeli Arabs do not want such
a war and if anyone should
seek to harm our country, we
shall resist it to the utmost.
Any efforts of this kind will
not last out a day. Apparently
Bourguiba bases his . views on
the Arab press and he thinks
that all that is lacking is a
match to light the fuse. He
could not be more mistaken.
The Arab minority in Israel is
free to criticize its govern-
ment and our free press merely
proves that Israel is truly a
democracy.
`Histadrut has done a great
deal for the Arab workers and
peasants. It has g r a du ally
raised the wage level of the
Arabs, so that it equals that of
the Jewish workers. It has
brought water and electricity
to Arab villages and has co-
operated with the Government
in bringing about such improve-
ments.
"In my own city of Nazareth,
Histadrut has been very active.
We have recently laid the
cornerstone of a new Histadrut
Cultural Center and of a Kupat
Holim Medical Center. Tem-
porarily the work has been sus-
pended for lack of money, but
we expect to get the funds
soon and resume construction.
Moetzet Hapoalot, the Histadrut
Women's Council, has estab-
lished clubs for 'our women,
where they receive training in
various crafts and also cultural
activities. There are even
schools for our young people
and successful cultural activi-
ties at all age-levels. Histadrut
has 'helped our artisans and
small shop-owners to establish
cooperatives.
""As you know, ancient Na-
zareth now has a twin city —
Upper Nazareth, where recent
Jewish immigrants are being
settled. There are 25,000 Chris-
tian and Moslem Arabs in the
Old City, of which I am Mayor.
There are 7,000 Jews in the
new city, which is governed by
a temporary commission. There
are close economic and cultural
ties between these twins. It is
a living 'example of how Jews
and Arabs, as equal citizens in
the democracy of Israel, can
liv in peace - and friendship.
ericans who support
especially the work
Israel
t, should continue to
of Hista
Histadrut deserves
do so,
e of support, so that
every
ntinue its work suc-
i a

Horwitz-Halprin
Troth Announced

MISS BONITA HORWITZ

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Horwitz of
Skokie, Ill. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Bonita Joan, to Gerald M. Hal-
prin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al
Halprin of Oneida Ave., Oak
Park.
The bride-to-be attended 'the
University of Illinois where she
was a member of Sigma Delta
Tau sorority and receive
tary
bachelors degree in ele
niver-
education at Roosev
sity, Chicago.
Mr. Halprin
leted
undergraduate
State Universi
a member of
fraternity and
in the College
Wayne State. He mem-
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tor told the committee, adding
that the allocations committee
had not experienced "any fewer
applicants for help."
He blamed the anticipated
drop in fund collections on the
fact that "too few communal
leaders not enough big
are a vely involved in
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