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August 25, 1967 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-08-25

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`Keep Hands Off Jerusalem,' - UN Urged
by Demonstrators Greeting Diplomat

agreed to report for teaching duties
on Sept. 1, when schools will open
throughout Israel and the occupied
areas.
At a meeting at the damaged
Allenby Bridge on Tuesday, Israeli
spokesmen said they could not
reconsider Aug. 31 as a final date
for the refugees' return to the
West Bank. But it is generally be-
lieved that some will be permitted
to return after that date. The cam-
paign of incitement against Israel
from Amman is said to be respon-
sible for the firm position taken by
Israel.
Israel's Cabinet reaffirmed the
While high officials of Israel's
foreign ministry greeted the am- earlier decision fixing Aug. 31 as
bassador cordially. and a special the deadline. The Cabinet acted
police escort formed a guard of after hearing a statement from
honor as he was taken to the air- Foreign Minister Abba Eban that
Israel had not received any official
port's VII' room, the demonstrators
picketed with banners proclaiming, request for extension of the dead-
line.
among other slogans. "Thalmann.
Crossings began Monday at 9
Go Home: Jerusalem Is Israel Just
As Herne Is Swiss." Another sign a.m. instead of 7 a.m. as Israeli
stated: "Where was the United officials had suggested. Officials
Nations when Hussein desecrated here expressed doubt that the Jor-
cemeteries, using tombstones as danians will manage to bring to
material for paving army camps?" the Jordan River for crossing even
The ambassador is conferring the 3.000 agreed-upon number each
with various Jewish and Moslem day.
The military command of the
personalities.

(Continued from Page 1)

Two groups of demonstrators
met the Swiss diplomat at the
airport, carrying' posters urging
the UN to "Keep (lands Off Jeru-
salem." One group, including a
number of members of Israel's
Knesset, had been organized by
the Free Center Faction of par- •
liament, made up of members
who had recently broken away
from the Ilerut party. The other
group consisted of faculty mem-
hers of Bar-Ilan University, the
Orthodox institution near Tel
Aviv.

On Wednesday morning, he •met

central area, which includes

Jerusalem and the ocecupied
with Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi Isser
West Bank, issued an ordinance
‘' , •hodah Unterman.
providing
punishment of up to
Israeli
Meanwhile. reenforced
seven years in prison for dese-
army and police units quickly sup-
cration
of
any
holy place and up
pressed. Tuesday morning, another
to five years imprisonment for
attempt at a general strike by
any person who, without authori-
Arabs in East Jerusalem — the
zation, prevented access by any
former Old City. Army and police
individual to his religious holy
units went from shop to shop,
place.
owned by Arabs, warning the Arab
The Israeli Supreme Court will
owners against plans to close their
businesses permanently. The clos- rule soon on a petition from a
ure had been planned by some former member of the Jewish
Arahs as a demonstration intendA underground in pre-state days, who
to influence Thalmann. Seven protested a ruling by Israeli au-
shops were found closed, and the thorities barring entrance by Jews
to the Temple Mount in Old Jeru-
fronts of these stores were marked
by police. It was expected by salem without permission from its
Israeli authorities that some shops Moslem guardians. The Mount,
will be closed during Thalmann's I where the ancient Temple once
stood, is now occupied by the
visit here.
Dome of the Rock, one of Islam's
It. Con. Odd Bull, the chief
holiest shrines.
United Nations observer of the
A ministerial committee ruled
cease•fi•-e arrangements between
last week that no Jewish public
Israel and the warring Arab
prayer meetings could he held in
states. met here with Gen Moshe
the portion of the Mount fenced
Davao. Israel's defense minister,
off for Moslems. That ruling can-
Tuesday. on nossihlo extension
celled a prior decision by Brig.
of the Aug. 31 deadline for the
t•on:o. by both Israel and Egypt
Shlomo Goren. the chief chaplain
or ..malt•boat traffic on the Suez
of the Israeli Army, who had an-
nounced that a Jewish public
Canal. Both Evvnt and Israel
prayer would be held at the site on
agreed at the end of last month
Saturday. The Cabinet decision was
to s"eh Ilan for one month. UN
based both on Moslem sensitivities
•irolor here said that Gen. Bull
and on a ruling by the Chief Rab-
asked for an extension of the
bis to the effect that no Jew could
&polio - beyond n.st Sunday for
enter the Mount because he might
another month. It is believed
here that Israel will agree to
inadvertently step into the holiest
such an extension, providing
of holy sections where only the
High Priest was allowed when the
Eevpt does likewise.
Eban was reported to have told Temple was in function.
the Cabinet that, despite wide-
A petition with 163,000 signa-
tures, which urged the govern-
spread press reports of Arab peace
ment not to evacuate any of the
feelers. Israel was not anticipating
Arab territories occupied in the
any Soviet or United States initia-
June war was submitted Monday
tives, separately or jointly, to solve
the Arab-Israel deadlock.
to Prime Minister Levi Eshkol.
The petition was initiated by the
Among such reports was one to
the effect that President Nasser f.,f Free Center faction in Israel's
Egypt had sent emmissaries to Parliament, made up of Knesset
Western countries with a proposal members who broke away from
that Egypt would agree to unim- the Herut Party.
peded Israeli use of the Strait of
The Israeli Transport Ministry
Tiran if Israel would withdraw reported that
a powerful auto-
from the Sinai Peninsula. The matic lighthouse has been put
Strait has been under Israeli con- Into operation on a coral island in
trol since Israeli forces seized the Tiran Strait to make possible
Sharm El Sheikh, at the southern night navigation through the strait.
tip of the Peninsula in the second The ministry was aided by the
day of the June war. The position Israeli Navy in the installation.
dominates the Strait.
Use of the island, called Gordon's
Defense Minister Dayan visited Reef, for night navigation guidance
Bank
has
been limited by the low-lying
Nablus in the occupied West
Sunday. He said he came to see nature of the island which is some-
at first hand the measures Israeli times submerged. The lighthouse,
occupation authorities were taking operated by a photo-electric cell
has a radius of eight miles.
to restore conditions to normal.
Meanwhile, Israel tensed for pos-
The Nablus mayor and city coun-
cil resigned during the weekend sible anti-Israel demonstrations
as a protest against the Israeli with the influx of Arabs—further
occupation but the mayor was per- manifestations of unrest which had
suaded to rescind his resignation. recently resulted in the one-day
Nablus teachers, who had rejected strike of Arab shopkeepers in the
Israeli salaries to continue teach- old section of Jerusalem.

ing,

also changed

their minds and

Among indications of disquiet

The largest object named after
any human being is the cluster of
galaxies in Pegasus known as
Stephan's Quintet. Jean-Marie-

were leaflets calling upon Arab
teachers in Jerusalem not to con-
duct schools. One Arab was arrest-
ed while caught slashing automo-
bile tires near the police headquar-
ters in the Jewish-populated parts
of Jerusalem.

Edouard Stephan (1837 - 1923) was

the director of the Marseilles Ob-
servatory and professor of astron-
omy in Paris.

HIGH HOLYDAY SERVICES

in the new Sanctuary

of

YOUNG ISRAEL CENTER OF OAK-WOODS

A number of leading political
Arab figures in the Israel-held
West Bank territory sent to King
Ilussein of Jordan a "declaration
of loyalty" containing charges
against Israeli authorities. These
charges were included in a note
submitted this week by Jordan to
the United Nations Security Coun-
cil. Among the signatories of the
"declaration" were the former
Jordanian ambassador to Brit-
ain. Anwar Nuseibeh. They ad-
mitted their authorship of the
"declaration."

Israeli authorities, who noted the
unrest among the Arabs had been
expected, said they were concerned
with the open declaration of loyalty
to the Jordanian monarch. They
felt that such a declaration was
"going too far" and warned that,
if resistance to the Israeli authori-
ties becomes more pronounced,
"some counter-measures will have
to be taken .
Israel's determination to screen
the applications filed by the would-
he returnees has so far resulted
in the banning of only 100 persons .
Those refused entry include per-
sons with a criminal past, security
risks, and some who had failed to
file sufficient proof showing they
had previously lived on the West
Bank.
It was announced that Arab resi-
dents of the West Bank soon would
be able to get money sent to them
by their relatives in Jordan-held
areas, through special arrange-
ments with the International Red
Cross. Under the arrangement,
(Continued on Page 11)

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