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June 14, 1963 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-14

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By JOSHUA H. JUSTMAN
Chief JTA Correspondent
in Israel

All the rivers flow into the
sea, yet the sea is never filled.—
Ecclesiastes 1

can continent and the dawn of in the fight against Israel and was put through and, moreover,
a new era.
as a lever in its long efforts even in his address Nasser
The Charter of the Organiza- aimed at undermining the exist- made only a slight reference to
(Copyright, 1963,
tion of African Unity, adopted ing and developing friendly re- Israel. He knew he could not
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
The conference of the African at the conference, represents a lations between Israel and the afford to go any further.
leaders which was held last. signal achievement, even though African countries. Indeed, until
The stand taken by Israel's
month in Addis Ababa, capital it is so far nothing more than a the very last day Cairo radio African friends serves as addi-
and
press
were
heralding
the
of Ethiopia, may well go down framework to be filled with con-
tional proof of the sincerity and
as an event marking a turning tent. It is proof of the deep de- adoption of an anti-Israel reso- strength of the ties that have
point in the history of the Afri- sire—as President Julius Nyerre lution by the conference.
developed . between Israel and
of Tanganyika put it—to f.,:nd
Nasser's F or e i g n Minister the African nations.
"the highest common denomi- Mahmud Fawzi first tried to
There is also the lesson to be
nator to overcome difficulties bring in the Israel question dur-
drawn
that, when faced with
in the future," and manifests a ing the Foreign Ministers' pre-
firmness, Arab blackmail does
high degree of maturity.
paratory conference through
The significance of the con- the introduction of an amend- not work. It has been proved
(Continued from Page 1)
ference lies also in the fact that ment insinuating that Israel once more that the only thing
that can be exploited is weak-
region," the reply added.
it marked a victory for the more
Before dealing with the sub- moderate approach to unity of was an agent of imperialism in ness. The firm pro-Israel stand
stance of the Soviet proposal, leaders like Nigeria's Premier Africa. He encountered the taken by Emperor Haile Selas-
the Foreign Ministry's reply Sir Abubakar Balawa, and the unanimous opposition of all the sie has not kept Nasser from
WATCHBAND TO MATCH
stated: "It is difficult to with- actual distintegration of the African delegates.
sending him a warm message
Quite soon it became clear upon his return to Cairo.
hold certain observations Casablanca bloc with Gamal
to Nasser that his efforts
touching on a number of er-
Abdul Nasser and Dr. Kwame would be in vain. He then
(as featured on
rors, omissions and inexact in-
Senator Gets JWB Award
"The Jack
terpretations in the Soviet Nkrunia no longer the foremost tried to enlist the "good of-
ATLANTA,
GA.,
(JTA)

Paar Show",
fices of Algeria's Ben Bella Sen. Richard B. Russell of
note as far as the State of Is- spokesmen of African affairs.
NBC-TV
Network
It was a conference that did
to take up the anti-Israel ban- Georgia, chairman of the U. S.
rael is concerned."
Friday night)
not
shun
reality
or
feed
on
ner. However, the African Senate Armed Services Commit-
While the Soviet note men-
delegates made clear also to tee, was awarded the first Dis-
tioned great sufferings from empty slogans.
Handsome quality
An
outstanding
aspect
of
Ben Bella that they would tinguished Service Award by the_
time immemorial of Mediter-
gold filled
firmly oppose any anti-Israel Third Armed Services Region
ranean peoples ranging from the conference was the stand
BRAZILLA
it
took.
vis-a-vis
the
efforts
move—and
he
gave
up.
ancient Egypt to Carthage, it
of the National Jewish Welfare
made
by
President
Nasser
to
ignored Israel, "one people
Thus no anti-Israel resolution ,Board.
whose place and historical cul- hitch it to his anti - Israel
wagon.
tural and political influence in
Nasser tried to inject the Is-
this region are perhaps not in-
Strictly
ferior to those of the peoples rael issue weeks before the con-
Kosher
Choose yours
mentioned," the s t a t em e n t ference opened, when, under
Meats and
the
pretext
of
Nasser's
security,
For your Dad
Poultry
stressed.
Similarly, the reply noted, Egypt demanded the evacuation
From our
IT'S BAR-B-Q TIME AGAIN!
when it described the feel- of all Israelis from Addis Aba-
large selection
ba
during
Nasser's
stay
there.
ings of millions who live in
The Ethiopian authorities re-
From $4.95
the region and dwelt on the
fact that nuclear armament jected this demand, as they also
Large Selection of Men's
• Hamburger Patties
• Tender Cartwheels
is to be found at the walls later rejected Nasser's ultima-
Jewelry. Cuff Links, Tie Tocs-
tum
that
the
Israel
Ambassador
of the Vatican, Jerusalem,
• Beef Ribs
• Lamb Ribs
in 14K Solid
Mecca and Medina, it re- and Israel journalists be ex-
from $5

Rib
Steaks
Gold

Fillets
ferred only to Christians and cluded from the conference
Moslems as concerned with room during sessions. Not only
And Now — Something New
the welfare of those cities did the emperor, Haile Selassie
DELICIOUS
but the note fails to refer to refuse to be intimidated but, at
TENDERLOIN CHIP STEAK!
a press conference, told Israel
the Jews, although Jerusalem
correspondents
that
"relations
is the historical capital of the
Certified Master Watchmaker
and Jeweler
the people of Israel, the city between Ethiopia and Israel
of the prophets who were remain unchanged."
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WE DELIVER — UN 1-4770
Egypt did not hide its inten-
Meat Dealers Association
first to preach the idea of
UN
1-8184
universal peace and the city tions of utilizing the conference
OPEN THURS. TO 9 P.M.
that has been sacred to the
entire Jewish people from
antiquity to the present day."
Furthermore, the reply stress-
ed, contrary to what has been
said in the note. Israel was
compelled in October 1956 to
defend its borders and the lives
and property of its citizens
against incessant acts of ag-
gression, murder and pillage
perpetrated by Egypt, and that
Israel at no time bombed
Cairo or Port Said; in fact, ,
never attempted to reach either I
place.
With regard to the funda-
mental assumptions of the
Soviet proposal, the note said,
Israel desires most solemnly
to emphasize that every ex-
pression of appreciation about
the danger of arming and nu-
clear warfare, and the ini-
tiative to labor for their pre-
vention evokes a most posi-
tive response. Israel has re-
peatedly a n d consistently
sounded a warning of the
danger of nuclear rearma-
ment and at the October ses-
sion of the General Assem-
bly went on record that: "Is-
rael supports every means
that may linfit and decease
nuclear weapons worldwide,"
the note said.
Citing the Arab public threats
to destroy Israel, the note
stressed. that in these circum-
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policy of belligerency which
those states follow, creates a
direct threat to Israel and un-
dermines international peace
adding constantly to the risk of
a conflagration.
"It cannot be foreseen to
what consequences war may
lead in our days even if it be
only 'conventional' war, how it
can be stopped and how it will
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3 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, June 14, 1963

Africans Rebuff Nasser's Attempts to Malign Israel

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