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January 19, 1968 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-01-19

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Limit of WZO Membership to Those -
Pledged to Aliya Rejected by Agency

Soviet Mission Vows -to GiVe Mire'

WASHINGTON, D.C. (JTA) —
Soviet Russia has pledged "new
assistance" to Egypt "in various
fields to strengthen the Arab
imperialist-Zionist ag gressio n"
struggle to remove the effects of
from the Middle East, it was re-
ported here from Cairo.
The pledge was contained in a
joint communique issued on the
departure of a Soviet delegation
after six days of talks on political
and technical subjects with Egyp-
tian leaders. The delegation was
headed by Kirill Mazurov, first
deputy chairman of the Soviet
council of ministers and a mem-
ber of the central committee
politburo.
The communique stated that
the talks with Nasser "particu-
larly concerned the problems of
the liquidation of the effects of
the Israeli aggression; especially
the withdrawal of Israeli forces
from all occupied Arab territory,
back to the June 5, 1967 lines."
Mazurov, in another statement
issued on his departure from
Cairo, proclaimed "the insistence
of the Soviet people and leaders on
the necessity for the withdrawal of
the Israeli forces from Arab ter-

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ritory as the primary and basic
condition for the establishment of
peace in the Middle East."
He said that the situation in the
region required "joint Arab action
and concerted political action by
all progressive forces throughout
the world for the achievement of
legitimate Arab aims."

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NEW YORK (JTA)—A proposal at the meeting, Mrs. Halprin said,
FIND A EWER WINN THAN
to limit the World Zionist Organi- that while "aliya will have to
zation to a membership of only assume a major role in the pro-
those pledged to personal aliya, gram of the Zionist organization,
as proposed recently by Yitchak the WZO has other essential func-
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Korn, general secretary of the Lions in the Jewish world in the
Ichud Olami-Poale Zion, was re- continuing struggle against assimi-
jected at the recent meetings in lation and alienation. The Zionist
Jerusalem of the Jewish Agency organization will have to continue
executive, according to Mrs. Rose and intensify its educational and
L. Halprin, chairman of the Jewish cultural programs among the Jews
Agency-American Section, who has of the world to develop better un-
just returned from the meetings. derstanding between Israel and the
Instead, she said, the executive Diaspora and, in this way, to fos-
of the Jewish Agency will propose ter and develop the potential of
to Israel from the
to the next World Zionist Congress,
to be held in June, the mainte- I affluent counrties."
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The meetings of the Jewish I
nance of the "unity and integrity I
of the World Zionist Organization I Agency executive, Mrs. Halprin
as a world Jewish mass movement said, were "fruitful," in having
composed of many ideological cleared the air in making it possi-
wings. There will be created, how- ble to plan for a constructive dis-
ever, within the structure of the cussion of the future of the move-
WZO, a 'tnuat ma shi i' a , ment at the next World Zionist
group of persons who will have I Cong ress.
Declaring that there has been
taken the pledge of personal
I much misunderstanding in the
aliya."
press of both Israel and the United
She said that the members of States of what transpired at the
meetings of the Jewish Agency,
the Jewish Agency, both Israeli
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and American, recognized that I Mrs. Halprin said that the deci-
the question of aliya must as- sions of the executives were clear
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some a pre-eminent role in the as to the future lines of structure THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
of the movement.
work of the Zionist organization.
Friday, January 19, 1968-9
But, she pointed out: "Aliya from
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rael's economy to make avail-
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the immigrant's training and
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needs. Until this is accomplished,
aliya from the West will be nec-
essarily hampered."

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British Warn U.S.
of Soviet Buildup
in Mediterranean

WASHINGTON, D.C. (JTA) —
British authorities have warned
the United States of a serious
build-up of Soviet missile strength
in the Mediterranean, menacing
the U.S. Sixth Fleet and the south-
ern and southeastern flanks of
NATO.

According to the British sources.
Soviet missile ships and rocket
launchers have been supplied in
significant numbers to the Arab
countries, while the Red fleet it-
self is operating an increasing
number of missile-firing units, in-
cluding submarines, in the Medi-
terranean.
Soviet "SAM" ground-to-air
missiles, which have been oper-
ational for some time, are be-
lieved to have been installed in
Egypt by Soviet military tech-
nicians. Thus, say the British,
the Soviet zone of influence in
the Mediterraneaen area has
been extended by an estimated
missile range of 300 to 1,200
miles.
A New York Congressman mean-
while warned that American inac-
tion, "through failure to provide
Israel with effective deterents,
coupled with massive Soviet arms
shipments" to the Middle East, is
"driving out Arab realists and
Moderates and giving center stage
to the Arab extremists and revo-
lutionaries."
Rep. James H. Sheuer, a Demo-
Brat, in a letter to the Washington
Post, assailed the "slow delivery"
of American jet aircraft to Israel.
"With French doors closed," he
said, "only the United States can
supply Israel with the clear and
unmistakable deterrent strength
she must have to convince her hos-
tile neighbors and the Soviet Union
that their preparations for another
war are futile. If the Arabs are
allowed to dream, as they did in
June, that they are capable of
destroying Isarel, the result would
be catastrophic," Rep. Sheuer
warned.

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