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December 22, 1967 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

6—Friday, December 22, 1967

Retain All Territories, Israel Urged by Group

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
. General Yoffe drew cheers when
to The Jewish News)
he d e c 1 a red that the cease-fire
,
JERUSALEM — An audience of
- lines
afford Israel security along
3,000 that included many promi- her borders for the first time in
nent Israelis, among them Nobel' 19 years in contrast to the pre-June
Laureate S. Y. Anon, attended a boundaries which were "a night-
rally here Monday night of the new mare."
"Movement for a Whole Eretz Is-
A counter-m o v e m e n t to the
-
rael" and heard an equally
"Movement for a Whole Eretz Is-
tinguished group of speakers urge rael" made its first appearance
permanent retention. by Israel of , Tuesday, but while it includes sev-
all territories captured during the eral writers, professors and other

Six-Day War,
prominent people who are opposed
Among the speakers were Mrs. , to Israel's permanent retention of
Rachel Ben-Zvi, widow of Israel's all occupied Arab territories, it ap-
second president, Yitzhak Ben-Zvi; i pears to have much less public
Dr. Haim Yalu!, head of the gov- ' support than its opposite number,
crnment's and Jewish Agency's i and the local press pays it little
Center for the Diaspora; and Brig- attention.
adier Gen. Abraham Yoffee, a di- Spokesmen for the group made
vision commander in the Sinai it clear at their first press con-
Peninsula during the June war. ference that they do not advocate
that Israel give up East Jerusalem,
now firmly a part of a united city.
But they warned that the govern-
ment's hands must not be tier by
rallies demanding annexation of
former Arab territories.

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NEW YORK—(JTA)—Plans fort
exchange visits of Jewish religious
personnel between the United
States and France were disclosed
in a joint announcement issued at
the conclusion here last weekend
of the visit of the Baron Alain De
Rothschild, president of the Con-
sistoire Central of France.
Baron de Rothschild made the
week-long visit at the invitation of
Rabbi Joseph Karasick, president
of the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America. The
plans will include visits of Ameri-
can rabbis, youth leaders and so-
cial workers to France, where they
will seek to establish community
and youth organizations along the
lines of the American communal
efforts.
At the same time, there will
be instituted a program of grad-
uate study and apprentice train-
ing for French rabbis in the
United States to develop the de-
tailed plans, the announcement
declared.

States. Here, we hope that they of religious tradition and secular
will gain some measure of under- culture which has proven so vital
standing of the American Jewish in the renaissance of Jewish life
experience in forging a synthesis over the past several decades."

The Jewish leaders pointed out
in their joint statement that the
Jewish communities of the United
States and France are now the
largest in the free world outside
of Israel.

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"requires that it draw upon the
experience and resources of the
American Jewish world. The Or-
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binical Council of America, Rabbi
Pesach Z. Levovitz, will undertake
a program of arranging visits of
American-trained rabbinical per-
sonnel, youth leaders and social
workers to France. There, work-
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and particularly its young people,
in the larger centers and in small-
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their Tora learning and administra-
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will serve to encourage these same
leaders in their work in their home
communities.

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students graduate training and ap-
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