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February 04, 1966 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-02-04

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British. Jewry Airs
Further Action' on
Soviet Bias Policy

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LONDON (JTA)—Proposals for
"further action" for the ameli-
oration of the position of Soviet
Jewry "in the light of present cir-
cumstances and of possible devel-
opments" were discussed here
Monday at a meeting that included
epresentatives of virtually every
ection of British Jewry.
The meeting was convened by
01 Teff, president of the Board of
Deputies of British Jews, who had
invited the other organizations to
consult with the board's foreign
affairs committee "to consider
further the position of Soviet
Jewry."
The meeting noted with con-
cern "the denial to the Jewish
community -in the USSR of faci-
lities accorded to other groups

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within the Soviet Union, and
the plight of those Jews in the
USSR who are not enabled to
be reunited with their families
in Israel or elsewhere."

In addition to members of the
board's foreign affairs committee,
those attending the session includ-
ed representatives of the chief

rabbinate, the office of the Haham,
Agudath Israel, the Anglo-Jewish

Association, Bnai Brith, the Jewish
Youth Organizations' secretaries
committee, the World Sephardi
Federation, the World Union for
Progressive Judaism and the
Zionist Federation of Great Bri-
tain.

N.Y. Rabbis Urge

Powers Guarantee
Israel's Borders

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

NEW YORK — Resolutions deal-
ing with many vital international
and domestic subjects, including a
call for a four-power guarantee of
Israel's borders, a pledge to under-
take an educational campaign to
aid persecuted Russian Jewry,
broader support of Jewish educa-
tion in this country anti support of
efforts to liberalize the divorce
laws in the state of New York,
were adopted here Monday at the
85th annual meeting of the New
York Board of Rabbis.
The board, including Reform,
Orthodox and Conservative Rab-
bis of New York and vicinity,
elected Rabbi Edward T. Sand-
row, spiritual leader of Temple
Beth El, Cedarhurst, L.I., as presi-
dent.
Concerning the Middle East,
the rabbis also called on the
United States to supply Israel
directly with "arms necessary to
deter aggression," and endorsed
a bill pending in Congress that
"would present the Arab boy-
cott apparatus from investigat-
ing the procedures of American
businessmen to the detriment of
the state of Israel."
Regarding the situation of the
Jews in the USSR, the board noted
that "the plight of the 3,000,000
Jews in the Soviet Union. continues
to command the urgent and high-
priority attention of the New York
Board of Rabbis," and pledged to
work toward ameliorations of that
situation alongside "all other
Jewish organizations associated in
the American Jewish conference
on Soviet Jewry."
The board also: urged the U.S.
Senate to ratify the United Na-
tions Convention Against Geno-
cide; declared itself opposed to
any religious programs, Christian
or Jewish. in public schools; view-
ed "with concern the growth of
ultra right-wing groups in the
United States"; pledged rabbinic-
al aid to the civil rights struggle
in the United States; called for
closer cooperation between rabbis
and the Jewish Education Commit-
- tee of New York; and endorsed
extension of interfaith dialogues.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February . 4/.1906-3
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