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November 23, 1962 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-23

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JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Israel's nation of South Africa's apar-
parliament rejected a motion to theid policy, as she summarized
abolish military government in the foreign policy debate in the
the country's Arab sections Knesset.
after Prime Minister David Ben-
She expressed satisfaction
Gurion intimated that defection over the Knesset's final vote
within his coalition government on a resolution upholding the
on the issue would lead to a fall foreign policy, as she had out-
of his government and force lined it Parliament approved
new 'elections. The vote was 50 the policy by a vote of 63-11,
to 26 with 23 abstentions.
with 13 abstentions. Not only
The motion was introduced the parties that are members
by the Liberal party's Pinhas of the coalition government,
Rosen. It did not mention the but also the Liberals and Agu-
present military rule, merely dat Israel joined in the over-
proposing new Israeli legislation whelming affirmative vote.
amending British mandatory The Herut Party abstained.
regulations of the pre-state per- The negative votes were cast
iod of 1945 from which the mili- by the Communist Party and
by the leftist but anti-Com-
tary rule was derived.
munist Mapam.
Rosen, who last February
Referring in her summation
sustained a narrow 58 to 55
defeat in the Knesset in a pre- to Israel's UN vote against
vious fight for cancellation of South Africa, Mrs. Meier said it
the military rule, said that would have been contrary to Jew-
the vote then was an "unclear ish morality for Israel to have
majority." He alluded to a failed to raise its voice against
coalition agreement which the "shameful iniquity" of
gave the Agudat Israel party South Africa's apartheid policy.
a deputy minister in the cabi- She pointed out that South Af-
net and promise of a larger rica's racism was a matter that
budget for its educational sys- touched "the very souls" of the
tem in return for a pledge of African members of the United
continued Agudat Israel sup- Nations.
port of military rule.
In regard to the Arab refugee
He added that two Arab dep- issue, Mrs. Meier said she had
uties who "unnaturally" voted reason "to be encouraged" by
against cancellation had done so Parliament's vote, which reaf-
under pressure in a "temporary firmed Israel's principle of "non-
show of weakness." He said they return" for the refugees.
would undoubtedly vote other-
Israel's dealings with West
wise in another balloting.
Germany were also defended by
The Prime Minister took an- Mrs. Meir in her summation in
gry issue with Rosen, a former response to Herut cirticism. The
Justice Minister, calling the mo- question of Israeli-German re-
tion most untimely in view of lations, she said, was "one of
current intra-Arab squabbles. the most complicated and most
He said the motion was designed painful" issues. However, she
to reintroduce the issue through emphasized that Israel's secur-
a "back door," and called it an i ity was involved in this matter.
undignified maneuver. "Our security," she said, "over-
Mrs. Golda Meier, Israel's rides every other consideration
Foreign Minister, defended the in determining Israeli-German
Israel delegation's vote in the relations.'
United Nations on the condem-

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21 — THE DETROIT JEWIS H NEWS -- Friday, N ovember 23, 1962

Knesset Rejects Motion to Abolish Ann Simon to Wed
Military Rule in Arab Areas, Backs Herman Chudnow

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