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March 13, 1964 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-03-13

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Murder of Jewish Boy, Anti-Jewish Hooliganism,
Set Off New Wave of Panic Among Jews of Syria

him in the heart. When the 19-
year-old Itzhak tried to come
to his brother's defense, he •was
stabbed three times.
As the assailant was dragged
from the scene by passersby, he
shouted to the crowd: "Aren't
you happy that I have killed a
Jewish dog?" There was no in-
formation on whether he was
arrested for the knife attacks.
The impact of the brutal at-
tack is felt in the Damascus
Jewish community which suf-
fers froin severe anti-Jewish
persecutions and serious eco-
nomic hardships. Jews in Syria
are not permitted to go from
one quarter to another without
special police permission, a re-
striction which makes it im-
possible for them to work and
support their families.
The last five Jews employed
Dr. Judah Pilch of the Amer-
ican Association for Jewish Ed- in Syrian banks were discharged
ucation, was named to assist
Rabbi Lookstein with prepara-
tions for the council's inaugural
meeting.

PARIS (JTA)—A new wave sion, which crossed the city's
of panic was touched off in Jewish quarter.
The assailant, a Moslem, was
Syria among Jews there by an
attack against two Jewish believed to have a certain im-
youths in which one was killed munity from police attention.
and the other seriously wounded, Despite the fact that he is no-
it was reported here by travel- torious for his - anti-Jewish
ers returning from Damascus. sentiments and for repeated
. The funeral of the victim, threats and attacks on Jews in
Joseph Chasbani, 17, brought Damascus, no police action had
one of the largest Jewish as- been taken against him.
According to the travelers,
semblies Damascus has seen in
many years, as several hundred the Moslem hooligan attacked
Jews accompanied the coffin Joseph and Itzhak Chasbani on
to the local cemetery and laid Feb. 19, as they were entering
the wreaths on the tomb. The the .Jewish quarter on their way
police made no effort to inter- back from school. The Moslem
fere with the funeral proces- rushed at Joseph and stabbed

World Council on Jewish Education
Plans August Inaugural Meeting

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

BRUSSELS — Action to con-
vene a 50-member World Coun-
cil on Jewish Education for its
inaugural meeting was taken
Monday at a meeting here of a
presidium assigned that task.
The inaugural meeting of the
council, organized to promote
and conduct research in all
phases of Jewish education, will
be held next August in Geneva.
The presidium was corn-
prised of Dr. Nahum Gold-
man, president of the World
Jewish Congress; Moshe Sha-
rett, chairman of the Execu-
tive of the Jewish Agency;
Label A. Katz, president of
Bnai Brith; and Sir Barnett
Janner, president of the
Board of Deputies of British
Jews.
Formalization of the council
will complete the second step
in a long-range program to ad-
vance Jewish educational op-
portunities on a global basis.
The program began 20 months
ago in Jerusalem when dele-
gates from 34 countries assem-
bled for a world conference on
Jewish education.
The conference was spon-
sored by the Conference on
Jewish Organizations (COJO).
It laid the groundwork for crea-
tion of the world council and
subsequently a World Bureau
of Jewish Education. The new
bureau, under supervision of
the council, will maintain edu-
cational research and informa-
tion centers in various parts of
the world.
The presidium also coopted
Dr. Simon Greenberg, vice
chancellor of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America,
to serve as a member and
elected Philip W. Lown,
president of the American
Association, as treasurer. Dr
Joseph H. Lookstein, acting
president of Bar-Ban Univer-
sity, was named coordinator.
Membership of the council
will be divided equally between
community leaders and profes-
sional educators. The United
States will have 15 members,
and Israel, S. Proportionate
representation will be given to
Jewries of Britain, Canada, Aus-
trailia, South Africa and Eur-
opean and Latin American
countries.

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