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Monday in virtually every large agriculture and in other capacities,
freeing Israelis for military ser-
the Red Cross of Belgium and the 1 center in Switzerland.
In Geneva, the largest synagogue vice.
volunteer assistance of physicians!
From London, a group of volun-
and nurses and with more entice.; was packed overflowing, and a sec-1
teers left by air for Israel as offi-
lions scheduled later. The Corn- and meeting was announced in i i
cials reported that at least 1,000
mittee for Action for Israel has col- Geneva's largest auditorium.
persons, many of them non-Jews
In Zurich. largest city in the i
lected sufficient funds to buy 12
had offered their services. A Jew-
ambulances which will be sent to country. 2,000 persons attended a
ish Agency spokesman said pro-
Israel in a few days. Large quan- , - solidarity with Israel" rally spon- •
duction. services and education in
tities of medicine also were to he sored by the newly-formed Pro- i '
collective settlements and border
! Israel Committee. After the meet- -
settlement camps in Israel were
ing, the 2,000 marched en masse
affected by the Gallup of the arm-
The liaison bureau of Euro-
to the Israeli Consulate in Zurich,
demonstrating silently on behalf . ed services.
meeting in Brussels Wednesday
Amsterdam Jewish officials said
of support for Israel during the
condemned statements by "ir-
current crisis. A similar mass rally that a group of Dutch Jewish vol-
responsible statesmen" in the
unteers between the ages of 18 and
was held at Lausanne.
new Middle East war and
Meanwhile, it was announced at 30 left for service in Israel settle-
stressed the solidarity of the
all the rallies that increasing num- ments. Hundreds of Jewish and
parties with Israel.
' bers of Swiss Jews. in some cases non-Jewish would-be volunteers
Belgian Foreign Minister Pierre supplemented by non-Jews. are came to the Israel Embassy at The
Harmel outlined ill the Belgian volunteering for non-combatant, Hague to offer their services.
A number of Belgian Jews, not
Parliament Wednesday Belgian's civilian service in Israel. In a
policy for a settlement of the Mid- number of Swiss centers, blood all of them young people, left for
on their own initiative and
die East crisis.
1 banks for aid to Israel have also
at their own expense. Another
Ile said the policy called for a been opened.
1 group of 90 volunteers left this
global settlement of Arab-Israel
Jews in many lands have vol.
differences. respect for the United
unteered to go to Israel for non-
The Weizrnann Institute of
Nations charter by all parties.
combatant service. More than
Science and members of its staff
assurance of peaceful existence 6,000 volunteers for civilian ser-
have purchased Brera Develop-
for all UN member states and vice in Israel have been register-
ment Loan Bonds of- the govern-
for the protection of Israel's ex-
ed at the Israeli Embassy and
ment of Israel in the amount of
istem.e and free passage in inter-
at special offices opened for this
1.000,000 pounds ($300,000).
. a reference to
purpose in the French capital of
the Egyptian-Israeli dispute over
the Egyptian blockade of the Strait
More than 200 young Canadians.
of "Iran to Israeli s hipping.
some of them non-Jews volunteer- N.Y. publisher wants books on all sub-
Professors of all Belgian uni- ed to go to Israel to help in non- jects, fiction, nonfiction. No fee for
nal hoo sv pit ,ti o o u n r. FR E E : anl3rochurts.
3h ra tatf eg o ow
versities issued a statement ap- military capacities. The volunteers
pealing to Belgium to reaffirm the include electricians. lawyer s, lished, publicized, sold; tips and article
reprints on writing, publishing, con.
security and sovereignty of Israel nurses and other medical person- tracts. Write Dept. 23-F.
and to support free navigation in nel. They will work in industry, EXPOSITION 386 PARK AV. S., N.T.16
the world's waterways as an indis-
pensable condition for any negotia-
tions aimed at a lasting Middle
16—Friday, June 9, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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All Jewish organizations in
West Germany were represent-
ed in an emergency conference
on Israel in Wiesbaden which
agreed unanimously to call on
every Jew in West Germany to
contribute a share of his capital
for Israeli emergency needs.
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gal, at a meeting of its entire staff.
A general review was given of the
measures taken at the Institute to
cope with the emergency. It was
stated that a large number of
scientific, technical and adminis-
trative personnel were already
serving in various sectors of the
country's defense effort.
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Leaders of the conference esti-
mated that the appeal would raise
about 55,000.000. There are about
25.000 Jews in West Germany.
many of them old people living on
Declaring "absolute and uncon-
ditional" solidarity with Israel dur-
ing the current Israeli-Arab crisis.
representatives of virtually every
national and local Jewish organi-
zation in Argentina pledged to im-
plement their solidarity "through
material means and otherwise."
The statement and the pledge
several hundred Jewish leaders
who attended a special Israel emer-
gency assembly. The meeting was
sponsored by DAIA, the central
body of organized Argentine Jew-
ry. the Zionist Organization. the
United Jewish Campaign, and
other major bodies.
Buenos Aires police, acting on
Instructions from the federal
government, prohibited a mass
meeting. scheduled for Tuesday
night, to demonstrate Argentine
Jewry's solidarity with Israel.
An official statement pointed out
that "a war has broken out be- I
tween countries friendly to Argen-
tina and in order to avoid actions
which could disturb the diplomatic
relations of our country and also
cause disturbances here," the fed-
eral police did not authorize the
holding of the meeting.
Patricio Pueyrredon. head of the
neo-Nazi ultra-nationalist Tacuara
.youth movement, said he had vol-
unteered at the Egyptian Embassy
for service in Egypt.
Many Jews queued up at im-
provised stations to donate blood
for wounded Israelis. The Catholic
Center for Social Studies declared
In a statement its firm support
to Israel. "whose millenary cul-
ture has been assimilated by
Christianity and with whom we
feel united by faith in a single
Mass rallies expressing Swiss
solidarity with Israel. supported
also by many non-Jews, were held
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