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October 28, 1966 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-10-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Critical Develop eatsThreaten Mid East Peace

Friday, October 28, 1966 15

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(Continued from Page 1)
occurred. According to the re- vited" visit to a synagogue in that can Zionist Council."
reprisal against Syria would re- munist party, asserted that Feder-
ports, the guerrillas did not town. The paper said they also Two More Mines Blown Up
left behind a packet of prayer- On Israel's Borders
I I I unite the Arab world. He said the enko had "overlooked the terror"
want to take any hostile action
i
p ros
prospect
for such reunification was which El Fatah guerrillas had
but the Jordanian troops opened books and religious articles, which
wag-
"extremely indignant" local Jews JERUSALEM (JTA)—An auto- ' "remote." Gen. Yadin said Israel ed along the Israel border. Kol
fire without hesitation. It was
then returned to the Israel Em- ,mobile was severely damaged Oct. , could cope with Syria alone, but Haam said also that the Com-
recalled that Jordan authorities
bassy. Both Israeli officials had 23 when it ran over a mine on an : would need Western assistance if i munist Party could not ignore the
had said repeatedly they would
been attacked before by the Soviet Israeli road in the vicinity of Dan, ' the Communists gave full-fledged danger to Israel's sovereign exist-
take strict measures against in- press.
in northern Galilee, near the Sy- support to Syria. He said he had ence stemming from such raids,
filtrations into Israel from Jor-
The Jordanian g o v e r n m e n t rian border. None of the occupants little
danian bases. King Hussein took
confidence that Syria would but added a warning to Israel not
banned dealings with 35 foreign of the vehicle was injured. Israel voluntarily
that position during a visit to
halt the terroristic to be pushed into retaliatory mili-
immediately lodged a new com- tactics.
firms
for
allegedly
violating
the
London last July.
tary actions.
The Israeli sources warned that Arab League boycott of Israel, the plaint with the Israel-Syrian Mixed i Communist Party in Israel
Times reported from Amman. Armistice Commission over the Hits Soviet Attitude
if the Syrians were not checked
Eight of the firms are British, I latest incident, which followed a
SUPERB-FULL-COURSE
in their El Fatah efforts, they
TEL AVIV (JTA)—The Israeli
1. could inspire other Arab states to three German, 16 American, two number of similar minings of Is- Communist Party dissociated itself
emulate such tactics as the only Swiss and one each Australian, raeli vehicles during the past two . from the Soviet Union's attitude in
PRIVATE MEETING .. ROOM
possible answer" to dealing with Cypriote, Nigerian, Canadian. Bel- weeks. All had been traced to El the current Israeli-Syria conflict,
COMPLETE.
and Greek. The names of the Fatah terrorists, who had infil- and charged that Nikolai T. Feder-
FOR 'PARTIES,- -
Israel. The sources stressed that it gian
affected
..BANQUtTS,ISTAGS —I SPECIAL RATES •
trated from across the Syrian enko, the Soviet permanent repre- '
was virtually impossible to effec- ffected firms were not specified border.
in the dispatch received here.
tively check all infiltrations at
sentative at the United Nations,
Brazilian Foreign Ministry
Earlier, a souvenir shop for had "overlooked' facts concerning
night without recourse to massive
tourists near Ein Gedi, on the Is- the situation. The Soviet spokes-
and financially prohibitive expen- Warns Egyptian Embassy
Against Israel Boycott
ditures.
raeli shore of the Dead Sea, was man has assailed Israel in favor
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) —The blown up in an action also attri- of Syria since the Security Council
The sources also noted that the
STEAM ROOM • MASSAGES • SUN BATH
major powers have not exerted Brazilian Foreign Ministry an- buted to El Fatah terrorists. There started debating Israel's current
EXERCISE- ROOM SLUMBER LOUNGE
any strong pressure on Syria to nounced at a press conference that were no casualties in this incident grievance against Syria.
RECREATION LOUNGE with RESTA
URANT
it
would
investigate
a
report
issued
because
the
shop,
operated
by
prevent more sabotage raids. They
An article in Kol Haam, the of_
COOLIDGE HWY. at. CAPITAL ...OAK PARK
members of the Ei n Gedi kibbutz,
by
the
Egyptian
Embassy
that
a
(bet. 8 and 9 Mile) Phone 544-3611
said the Soviet Union has not done
is not manned
evenings,
is , ficial newspaper of the Israel Corn-
so because it is supporting the regional office of the Arab Boycott usually
open only
during the and
tour-
leftist regime in Syria. The United Committee against Israel has been ist season. Footprints of three per-
States has refrained because it is opened in Brazil, with the purpose
determined not to become involved of blacklisting all companiesdoing sons were traced to the Jordanian
border,
filed a corn-
in the complex new quarrels, and business with Israel. The Egyptian
plaint and
with Israel
the Israel-Jordan
France has not done so because it announcement was contained in an Mixed Armistice Commission.
FOR YOUR PATRONAGE OVER THE
no longer has any influence in information bulletin sent by that
country's embassy to local news- 'Israel Can't -Take Much More,'
LAST 18 YEARS IN MY CAR SELLING
Syria, the sources said.
papers.
Gen Yadin Says About Raids
Egypt, though it wants to avoid
AFTER 8 YEARS OF SERVICE WITH
Pio Correa, director-general of BALTIMORE (JTA) — Gen. Yi-
any showdown with Israel except
HANLEY DAWSON CHEVROLET
at a time and place of President the Foreign Ministry, who is acting I gael Yadin, foriner chief of staff
Nasser's choice, has not pressured for the Foreign Minister while the I of the Israel defense forces, told
the Syrians because of a fear of latter is out of the country, said newsmen here that Israel will have
Surp(rLeWdaAlso)
that, if it was found that an Arab to use military force to halt border
becoming too deeply involved With bocott
The Deals Will Be About $100 Better in a Few Weeks
y
o ff ice was operatin g in this incursions
that unstable regime, it was said. cou ntry
and I Will Be Relocated.
a gainst Israel, the Gov- fails to act. the United Nations
if Commenting
on the
"The new result is that Israel ernment would take energetic most recent acts
of terrorism.
I Will Make Sure It's to Your Advantage to Wait for
finds
the
itself alone in the face of a steps to cope with the situation. I general said: "The Israelis can't
growing
danger
presented
by
the
He
said
the
Government
would
not
take
much
more."
Damascus-inspired sabotage."
tolerate any campaign against a
The
Res. Phone: BR 2-2470
He voiced doubt that an Israeli
Best Deals Al-ways
loose current Syrian regime, a country with which Brazil main-
coalition
of
some
army
tains
friendly
relations.
circles plus ethnic and minor poli-
The Egyptian Embassy an-
tical
groupings, appears to have nouncement of the opening of the
adopted
anti-Israel sabotage as one Arab boycott office was also cri-
of
its basic ideological tenets, the ticized by the influential news-
sources said. They added that the paper, Jornal do Brasil, which
fact that Israel has
response to political restrained its warned the Egyptian legation not
action in the to involve Brazil in its campaign
United Nations both two years ago against Israel and not to abuse
after the Almagor incidents and the hospitality of the Brazilian
this summer again will, the sources Government by issuing such in-
asserted, still further encourage formation bulletins "loaded with
the Syrian regime to believe it can vitriolic propaganda against a
continue its present, anti-Israel ac- country with which Brazil main-
tions with impunity from reprisal. tains close ties."
3 'Non-Aligned Nations'
Congressmen Back Israel
Voice Support for Refugees
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Rep.
NEW DELHI (JTA)—The heads
Ogden Reid, New York Republi-
of state
of the three principal can who formerly served as U. S.
"non-aligned" nations — I n d i a, Ambassador to Israel, said in a 0
Yugoslavia and Egypt—concluded House speech that the time has
their
summit meeting here with a
come for the United States govern-
communique expressing support ment to make it clear (to Syria)
for the Palestine Arabs and their that America intends to guarantee
aspirations. The communique was "the independence and integrity"
signed by Mrs. Indira Gandhi, of all Middle East countries. He
Prime Minister of India; President said that recent actions against
Tito of Yugoslavia; and Egyptian Israel by Arab terrorists were
delightful singer and comedienne
President Nasser.
"part of a pattern, - and that
In
a statement after the con- Radio Damascus openly admitted
ference, President Nasser charged that the saboteurs had come from
that some Arab countries were Syria.
striving to form a new "Baghdad
Rep. Frank Horton, New York
Pact" under the guise of Arab Republican, called on the United
(prior to headlining in. New York's Latin Quarter
unity. He also disclosed that Egypt States to reaffirm support for Is-
and December appearance on Ed Sullivan)
was facing a serious foreign ex- rael. He termed Israel the bas-
change crisis.
tion of democracy in the region."
Soviet, Missile Sites
Rep. Abraham J. Muller, New
Reported in Syria
York Democrat, also voiced con-
LONDON (JTA)—Soviet techni- cern about recent developments in
cians have begun work on setting the Middle East.
up, near Damascus, launching sites
for anti-aircraft guided missiles, Zionist Council Hits Sit-1n
NEW YORK (JTA)—The Ameri-
it
was reported in the Sunday Tele- can Zionist Council. which repre-
graph • in a dispatch from Beirut. sents all major Zionist organiza-
The report said that other Soviet tions in the United States, said
missile sites are planned for in- it deplored attempts to "exploit"
stallation
in Syria near the Israeli the entry of , Brith Trumpeldor
border.
Zionist youth into the Syrian mis-
The Soviet press has again ac- sion
Oct. 14 and efforts to use
cused officials of Israel's Moscow the incident "to deflect attention"
Embassy of distributing what it from Syrian aggression against
called "propaganda" in a syna_ Israel.
gogue in the USSR, it was re-
The Council said that the group
ported here from the
Soviet was only one of 10 Zionist youth
Sheraton Cadillac Hotel
capital. A newspaper, Kommunist groups in this country, "and rep-
Tajikistana, published in Dushanbe, resents only a small segment of
Guest Invitees Are Respectfully Requested to Mail
said that Yehuda Katz and Meir American Zionist youth." The
Biran, third secretaries in the Is- statement added that the "sit-in
Responses As Quickly As Possible. Thank You.
rael
-
Embassy, had tried ''to use in the Syria mission building was
sweet words about the paradise of "not authorized
either by the Zion-
life in
Israel" during an "unin. ist Youth Council or by the Ameri-

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