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December 08, 1961 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-08

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Arabs Start. Vitriolic UN Anti-Israel Drive

warned will consume at least two the Arab states, to sign an zen, and charged that Prof _ . En-
full meetings of the committee, Arab - Israeli pact renouncing rique Rodriguez - Fabregat, head
perhaps running into a third ses- aggression and to implement of the Uruguayan delegation, was
sion.
an Arab-Israeli agreement for a J Israel. Both
Direct JTA Teletype Wire
As expected, Shukairy stood complete Middle East dis :
resolution
which
is
constantly
n
to The Jewish News
being cited by the Arab delega- history on its head. He told the ment under prope
rupted the Arab speaker a
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., tions here when they insist that committee that it was Israel-that and control.
ous points. The Uruguayan re
(JTA)—The Arab refugee de- the refugees be "repatriated" or started a war against the Arabs
Shukairy
ied immediately, resentative said: "I reject any'
bate opened Monday morning be- compensated by Israel, ignoring, immediately after the Palestine ignorin:
appeal by th corn- falsehood against m self and my
fore the General Assembly's Spe- other alternatives like resettle- Partition resolution was adopted mitte ' chairman, An
untry."
anz--
cial Political Committee with an ment or reintegration of the ref- by the Assembly in November Driz
Spain.
hukai]
d that Is-
out-and-out victory for the Israel ugees mentioned in the very 1947. It was Israel, he said, that
is reply Shukairy a'
d been fight-
delegation on the important same resolution.
began hostilities after declaring Co y of being a So
ited N
point regarding Arab insistence
officer, insis
at
forces in atan
At a press conference Dr. itself a State in 1948. In any ar
ion
for - the- seating of a so-called Davis conceded, for the first event,, he said, it is "irrelevant" Gol Meir, Israel'
reign i n- that Comay i
y labelled
"Palestine Arab delegation."
now
to
try
to
determine
whether
ister,
s
a
United
States
citi-
as
time in UNRWA history, that be-
After a brief, but vigorous ex- tween 90,000 and 100,000 ref- the war was started by the Arabs
or
the
Israelis.
The
"repugnant"
' change between Michael S. Co- ugees who died are still on the
may, Israel's permanent repre- UNRWA ration rolls in Jordan State of Israel and the refugee
problem were born together and
sentative here, and Ahmad Shu- alone.
AfaWlk,
kairy, Saudi Arabia's chief rep-
rb
In a marathon speech `of mam- plague the world today.
resentative, the committee's vice- moth proportions—full of distor-
Shukairy, as , chairman of the
Regular
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chairman, Angel Sanz-Briz of tions commensurate with the size Saudi Arabian delegation, offer-
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Spain, ruled that "at the appro- of the text — Ahmad Shukairy, ed one proposal to ease the ref-
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4. cr. DIAMOND
ji=i,
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priate time" he will call upon Saudi Arab-10s Minister of State ugee situation in his first chapter.
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PHONO1 TRANSISTORS auk tl
N EEDLES
"a spokesman" for the Arab ref- for United Nations Affairs, Tues- He suggested that the United Na-
CO NT PRICED i i j
U
ugees to voice his sentiments be- day started the debate -on the tions establish in Israel a custo-
ca
fore the committee. He implied Arab refugee problem before the dian of Arab property. He' up-
fS AE
that the spokesman would be Dr. General Assembly's Special Po- braided the United States sharp-
S rcE
Izzat Tannous, who, for many litical Committee.
1ST for "lobbying" last spring to-
years, represented the Arab Ref-
ward
,
killing
a
similar
proposal,
Tuesday morning's oration
ugee Office before this commit- was only the first part of an declaring that the United States
SUBURB
tee.
NITE
address which Shukairy himself delegation here "acted. as a pub-
lic relations man to promote the
Comay, on behalf on Israel,
interests of Israel and defend
told the committee that "who-
the position of Israel."
ever" appeared before the
group on behalf of the ref-
In passing, Shukairy also at-
ugees should be directed to
tacked the two leading newspa-
MOTOROLA
stick to the refugee subject
pers in New York—the Times
and not make political speeches.
and Herald Tribune, in which,
MUNTZ
SERVICE STATION -
Shukairy objected to limitation
he said, there is no "fair chance
• Dumont s Silvertone
The Jewish Center has an- for a fair presentation of the
of the refugee spokesman. The

Magnovox
•Westinghouse
PHILCO
• eiosley •
vice-chairman's ruling remain- nounced the winners of the Arab case." At the' same time,
• Hot Point • oiympio
ed in effect.
Teme Skully Poster Contest, however, throughout his speech,
• Airline
a Vebcor
Dr. John H. Davis, director of held in conjunction with the he bolstered his -anti-Israel argu-
► TV Rentals
the United Nations Relief and tenth annual Jewish Book Fair. ments with numerous quotations
First prize in the junior divi- of Mw York Times reports.
- Works Agency for Palestine Ref-
EMERSON
Written
Dexter Television Co.
Shukairy played pointedly for
luaraR
nteepeaio n n
ugees, gave a report to the com- sion went to Bob Oettinger,
13211
Dexter'
-
License
No.
216
yre
_
the
sympathies
of
the
African
mittee which dealt almost entire- 19782 Steel. Second prize win-
"SINCE
ly with UNRWA's work at • spe- ner was Mindy Colman, 24301 delegations by implying that Is-
PHONE TE. 4-2858
1938"
cial educational institutions for Jerome, Oak Park, and Carol rael's technical assistance to new
Arab refugee youth and with the Kapetansky, 19987 Lichfield, African states is a form of im-
perialism which, among other ef-
won third prize.
agency's budgetary problems.
In Group I, the winners are fects, has helped create the pres-
In regard to the general situ-
ation facing the refugees, Dr. Charles Cobb 18968 Hartwell, ent anti-United Nations actions
Davis noted that "during a pe- first prize; Susa ein, in Katanga.,
, second pr
riod of 13 years, so little progress of 18619 Bir
In one of the most stormy
eller, Lynn Ede
has been made ,toward a solu- and B r
sessions endured at the United
tion.'? He pointed out that "t
rie Kaatz and Nations in many years, Michael
J
agner,
major responsibility" for
_ prize win- S. Comay, Israel's permanent
eral solution of the refu
s. Group - II winners are representative at the UN, de-
prob-
lem rests with the Pa
ne Con- harles Mintz, 17511 Kentucky livered Wednesday a 90-minute
dilation Commissio
ther than first prize; Jill Politzer, 688
speech replying to - what he
with UNRWA.
W. Outer Dr„second prize; R
called the "mammoth speech
ert
-
He reiterated,
Kroll, 18301 B wood, t
e contention
with mammoth distortions" de-
he expressed
his annual re- prize.
livered before the General
port two mo • s ago that "the
hon- Assembly's political committee
lot of most r gees continues to
ntest: Tuesday by Shukairy.
be one of h ship, and
Koloff;
In his reply, Comay once more
sistence o
e imple
uran,
el Iiipsitt, appealed to the Arab states for
of Paragr.
11 of
ewin, )'
Eden, Beth peace with Israel. He told the
tions' Res tion 194
Gross, Elaine committee that it was the moral
unabated.
en Fisher, Arnold duty of the United Nations, in
The cl e to whi
Davis
ffrey Weinstein and spite of all provocations by Arab
referred
in a .1'
ssembly
Lieberman.
representatives like Shukairy, to
"throw its weight behind a peace-
ful and negotiated solution of all
Arab-Israeli disputes."
Comay told the committee that
the kind of speech it heard from
Shukairy Tuesday "represents the
C ii
mentality of compulsive hatred"
and that Shukairy's long inter-
vention could be summed up in
these four words: ‘"Israel must
be eliminated."
Reciting in detail the history
aria - development of the Zionist
movement, the Palestine question
and the State of Israel from the
first Congress in 1897, to the
We make our saving ser
Balfour -Declaration of 1917, to
Current Rate
the Paris Peace COnference of
able at your corner mailbox, w
1919, to the adoption of the Pal-
is "open for business" 24 hours a
estine Partition plan by the UN
Did you know, that New York Carpet will make a
doy, day. can save at
in 1957, Comay showed that
custom-made carpet for your home, for as little as
y
co nience by al
earn
throughout the years, it had been
$10.95 a sq. yard! Just think, you can have any
the
elORa
Say-
possible to establish full coopera-
texture or pattern you want, made up into a carpet
ings Detroit e even pay the
tion between the Jews, between
that is yours and yours alone. Select the finish, and
pos e both ways ! Come in or
the Zionists and between Israel
write for save by mail form
the color yourself, and you have real individuality
and the Arab peoples and states.
underfoot.
Comay, regretting that he had
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the historical record which he
said Shukairy made an attempt
to rewrite and "did distort,"
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showed that some of the very
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insisted now that it was pos-
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