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October 04, 1963 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-04

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Arab Delegates to General Assembly
Instructed to Oppose Israel Peace Bid

(Continued from Page 1)

charges of "Zionist colonialism"
by the diplomatic spokesmen of
Libya, Tunisia and Yemen, but
Rifai devoted a large section
of his address at the Assembly
to what he called "the aggres-
sion in Palestine."
His intervention ran the ga-
mut from the customary Arab
characterization of Israel as "a
foreign authority in an Arab
environment illegally founded"
to the Arab refugee question
to a charge that Israel's efforts
to divert the Jordan River
waters would "endanger peace
in our area."
He complained that Israel
had "expropriated" Arab prop-
erty which, he said, produces
an income exceeding $1,000,000,-
000 a year. Taking note of the
fact that during • the laSt two
sessions of the Assembly, a
sizable number of UN delega-
tions had called for direct peace
negotiations between Israel and
the Arab states, he told the
Assembly:
"While the Arabs yearn for
the restoration of peace in the
Holy Land, we must point out
that a. situation in which wrong
was legalized and aggression
tolerated is a situation which
does not provide a suitable
atmosphere for peace."

Two foreign ministers of
recently liberated African
states, Niger and Dahomey,
appealed to the United Na-
tions General Assembly in
impassioned terms for an end
to hostilities between t h e
Arab states and Israel and
peace in the Middle East.

Both speakers, Adamou Ma-
yaki, Foreign Minister of Niger,
and Emile D. Zinsou, Foreign
Minister of Dahomey, referred
to the Middle East situation
during their addresses in the
Assembly's general debate. Ma-

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yaki, noting that peace in all State Dean Rusk met for an
areas is an "immediate" issue hour and 10 minutes Monday
before the Assembly, said:
with Mrs. Golda Meir, Foreign
"There are the resolutions Minister of Israel. All that
which have not been applied either of the major participants
and the hatreds which have in the conference would say
accumulated, and frontiers that after the lengthy talk was that
are violated day and night, and "matters of mutual interest to
the permanent insecurity which both Governments" were dis-
has been installed in the heart cussed and that the talks were
of the Middle East. What more held "in a very good, cordial
poignant drama and what more atmosphere."
dangerous threat to peace can
Accompanying Mrs. Meir to
there be? Basing ourselves on the conference were Michael
the bonds which unite us one S. Comay, Israel's permanent
to the other, and concerning representative to the United
ourselves with this drama Nations; Avraham Harman,. Is-
which divides the peoples whose rael's Ambassador to Washing-
virtues of hospitality and tol- ton; Mordechai Gazit, Minister
erance we all know and admire, to Israel's Embassy at Washing-
we launch from this high ros- ton; and Gideon Rafael, deputy
trum an appeal for harmony director-general of Israel's
and reconciliation through dis- Foreign Ministry and a delegate
cussion in justice and in peace." to this year's General Assembly.
Earlier, Mrs. Meir enter-
Zinsou told the Assembly:
"The Israel-Arab conflict will tained at her traditional "distaff
remain the unfortunate conse- luncheon" 60 women members
quence of a refusal to negotiate of UN delegations and other
and refusal to show tolerance. women guests. One of the
If everyone really wanted peace guests was Madame Vijaya
and decided to bring it about, Lakshmi Pandit, sister of In-
one hundredth of the sums now dia's Prime Minister Jawaharlal
being swallowed up in destruc- Nehru.
tive undertakings would be suf-
ficient to change considerably
the meaning of life and to
change for all of us the aspect
of our earth."

when he knew of Hitler's an-
nihilation program d i r e c t e d

against European Jews.
Telephone threats had been

Dr. Eliezer Yapou, Israel's
representative on the Assem-
bly's S'ocial, Humanitarian and
Cultural Committee, took the
floor during the committee's
debate of a proposed United
Nations declaration on "the
elimination of all forms of rac-
ial discrimination."
Protesting against separating
racial discrimination from re-
ligions bias — which has been
set down as a separate item
on the same committee's agenda
— Dr. Yapou told the commit- -
tee that the various human
rights issues should be debated
as a whole. He noted that very
often ethnic and religious dis-
criminations are practiced to-
gether.

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made to "beat up" Michael Wil-
JERUSALEM—Jerusalem, Tel
liams, the actor playing Adolf Aviv, Haifa, other cities
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against the play mainly from
Catholic Sources have been re-
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Israel delivered a - s harp
attack against the Soviet
Union's anti-Jewish discrim-
inations in an address before
a General Assembly commit-
tee meeting debating human
rights.

Thousands Gather
in Israel to Observe
Sukkot Festival

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LONDON — Police guards
were stationed at the stage door,
of the Aldwych Theater were
"The Representative" is being
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