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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-04

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Friday, October 4, 1963 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS, -- 8

Verwoerd Likens Israel's Arab
Refugee Situation to Apartheid

(Continued from Page One)
that Israel's latest move must
not arouse resentment against
South African Jews. Verwoerd
told the country: "The Jews of
South Africa are citizens of
South Africa and have shown
how deeply they resent Israel's
attitude. There must not be any
anti-Jewish feeling in South
Africa. The government stand-
point is this: If feelings were
motivated here against Jews,
we would commit the same in-
justice to them as the world is
committing against us."
At a meeting here Sunday
night, addressed by Leon Dul-
tzin, chairman of the Jewish
Agency's economic department
in Jerusalem, Joseph Daleski,
vice-chairman of the South
African Zionist Federation,
stated that "every Jew in South
Africa welcomes Dr. Verwoerd's
reaffirmation that the Jewish
community here must not be
held responsible for the acts of
Israel's government.
"Israel," said the Zionist
leader, "is a sovereign state,

Technion. Dinner
Oct. 13; Chicago
Leader to Speak

The Detroit chapter of the
American Technion Society will
hold its 18th annual dinner
meeting at 6:3 0 p.m., Sunday,
Oct. 13, at Congregation Shaarey

.

DAVID SILBERT

Zedek, Northwestern and Bell
Road.
The society is the sponsoring
organization for Technion-Israel
Institute of Technology at
Haifa, Israel.
Robert Brody, 14411 W. Eight
Mile, is president of the chap-
ter.
David Silbert, prominent Chi-
cago attorney and a national
vice piesident of Technion, will
be guest speaker.
Over the years, he has en-
gaged in many community and
philanthropic projects in Chi-
cago. He is a director of the
Jewish Welfare Fund of Met-
ropolitan Chicago. In 1960, he
was chairman of trades, indus-
tries and. professions of the
Combined Jewish Appeal and
in 1951 was general chairman
and is currently its pregident.
Silbert was formerly presi-
dent and chairman of the board
of the Chicago chapter of the
society and was recently elected
to the board of governors of
the Institute of Technology.
There will be no fund or
membership solicitation at the
meeting, Brody stated.

solely responsible for its own
decisions. South African Jews
are South African citizens
whose loyalty to South Africa
has been demonstrated in peace
and in war." Clarifying the Zi-
onist position further, Dal-
eski added: "This does not ex-
clude our ties with the Jewish
peoples' national restoration in
the land of their fathers. Zion-
ism is part of the Jewish hopes,
dreams and faith."
Prime Minister Verwoerd had
declared in his address that
"Israel's decision not to replace
her Minister in South Africa
was not only a rebuff to South
Africa but also a slap in the
face of South African Jewry,
which has done so much to help
Israel and was principally
served by Israel's Minister here.
They did not deserve that
blow."
Continuing, the Premier re-
called that, "when Israel was
born, and other nations stood
aside, South Africa was among
the first to recognize and to
help the new State. Now Israel
is turning against South Africa,
to curry the favor of the Afri-
can states."
"Israel," he said, "condemns
South African apartheid, but
herself exists on a form of
apartheid which affirms the
Jewish State's separateness and
the right to exclude Arab refu-
gees. If the Israel government
should be in difficulties
through choosing the wrong
friends, South Africa would not
easily help her again. If the
present Israel opposition came
to power, it would be a differ-
ent matter. But the present Is-
rael government could not ex-
; pect help after the way it has
treated South Africa." .
Dr. Verwoerd told his fol
!lowers that they must not act
against South Africa's 116,000
Jews because of Israel's posi-
tion. "It would be unfair." he
i stated, "to take revenge on
them for what others have done
to South Africa, for the Jews
of South Africa suffer most for
this. Jews of South Africa are
citizens of this country. They
have chosen how they regret
and depreciate this act by Is-
rael."
Reiterating that no anti-Jew-
fish feeling need arise in South
Africa, The Premier said "we
;are all human." He noted that
"some" people were inclined
to attack the Jewish community
in South Africa when occasion-
inally a Jew is seen among
"Afro-Asian agitators."

Prominent Italians Urge Soviet Restore Full Rights to Jews

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

ROME—A prominent Italian
author and journalist, Aldo
Garosci charged that the activi-
ties of the So-net Russian secur-
ity police are directed in mat-
ters of so-called "economic
crimes" more against Jews than
at any other section of the
Soviet population.
He spoke at the second con-
ference held here by prominent
Italians on the situation of the
Jews in the Soviet Union.
He declared that of 149 death
sentences . passed on so-called
economic criminals, 60 per cent
were inflicted on Jews. In the
Ukraine, he said, the percentage
of Jewish victims runs to 80 or
90 per cent.

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magazine is published by the
Agudath Israel of America. Dr.
Ernest L. Bodenheimer is chair-
man of the editorial board.

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