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August 31, 1962 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-08-31

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Study Editorials .
of U.S. Newspapers
on Eichmann Trial

Algerian Authorities Harass
Jews Trying to Flee Nation

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

opened here Wednesday for 120
Jewish children from Algeria
who were evacuated from the
territory earlier this summer
and are unable to return to their
families.
Thirty of the youngsters are
known to have lost their par-
ents or are unable to rejoin
their families for various tragic
reasons, while 90 lost contact
with their families during the
unrest.
The Fonds Social Juif Unifie
will attempt to aid the latter
in finding their parents. Of a
total of nearly 400 children
evacuated from Algeria in July,
about 40 have returned there
to rejoin their parents.

NEW YORK, (JTA)—A sur-
vey of editorial comment on the
Eichmann trial in some 2,000
American newspapers, made
public by the American Jewish
Committee, shows that the press
of this country almost unani-
mously saw the trial as a warn-
ing against all forms of preju-
dice and the continuing threat
of totalitarianism to democracy.
However, only a minority
touched on the underlying
causes of nazism and the
world's failure to prevent the
announced intention of annihi-
lating the Jews of Europe.
The American Protestant and
Catholic press, similarly sur-
veyed, viewed Eichmann as an
example of man's abdication of
There are 17 television cam- his responsibility to God. While
eras on the University of Michi- bigotry and discrimination were
gan campus for instructional vigorously Condemned, anti-
Semitism was usually equated
purposes.
with racism in general rather
than examined as a prejudice
with a unique history which,
among other. causes, includes
religious roots.
Following the trial the vast
majority—about seven of every
eight papers which discussed
the subject—found that the pro-
ceedings had been conducted
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with "impressive dignity," "re-
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markable restraint" and "scru-
pulous fairness."
Repeatedly, Israel was com-
mended for avoiding sensation-
alism and appeals to hate. Ap
parently, the study asserted, the
proceedings themselves dispell-
ed most of the early suspicions
that Israel's main objective was
to seek revenge.

PARIS—Algerian authorities
are now making difficulties for
Jews leaving the country to
take movable property with
them, it was reported here
Tuesday.
For the past two- days, crates
loaded with furniture belonging
to a number of Jews have been
removed from ships waiting to
depart from Algerian harbors.
The unstable situation in the
strife-torn Algeria has induced
the remaining few thotisand
Jews to leave the country. This
includes both those who re-
mained hoping to sell immov-
able property and sympathizers
of the independence movement.
The new difficulties imposed
by, the authorities were prob-
ably intended to slow the last
of the departure.
A temporary youth home was

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