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July 26, 1968 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-07-26

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LETTER BOX

Emotion Rules as Arabs
Express Views in Issue
of 'Les Temps Modernes'

Ju l.

Beth Hillel Registering THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
for Classes in Oak Park

Cong. Beth Hillel, anticipating
the opening of religious school
classes in Oak Park, is accepting
enrollment of children age 7-13
at the Greenfield Rd. office.
For information, call the office,
BR 3-0570, Monday, Tuesday and
Thursday, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

tween two hostile camps and are
acting on the theory that their
historic mission consists in bring-
ing about reconciliation. They are
not "puppets." They criticize many
things, they grumble, and they
know that some prominent Israelis
are holding out their right hand
of friendship to them.
Israel is increasingly exploring
new answers to the crucial issues
of coexistence with the Arab
neighbors.
Projects of Israeli-Arab eco-
nomic cooperation are treated with
utmost seriousness and sanguine
expectation. "Les Temps Mod-
ernes" is an insightful piece of
work, but it makes somber read.
ing.
ALBERT ZEITLIN

Editor, The Jewish News:
The special issue of "Les Temps
Modernes" edited by Jean Paul
Sarte, appeared in print only a
Gen. YITZHAK RABIN, Israel's
few days before Israel's blitzkrieg.
ambassador to the United States,
The whole issue dealt with the
will join Israel Defense Minister
Israel-Arab conflict. The articles
Gen. Moshe Dayan in appearances
illustrate the moral atmosphere
at the annual conference of the
on both sides antedating the June
National United, Jewish Appeal at
War . . .
the New York Hilton, Dec. 12-15.
The document sheds a good deal
Both will address banquets. Rabin
of light on the mood and temper
will speak Dec. 12 and Dayan on
on the Arab side. Emotional ten-
Dec. 14. The latter c•vent had been
sion reigns supreme there; it rules
erroneously reported last week
out any likelihood of discussion;
as Dec. 4.
it flings to the winds any diver-
gence of outlook.
The Israeli side affords con-
I
siderable latitude for divergence
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of views; this in itself is a sober- Prophecy Quoted to Show :
_ ing reading experience. It is, in- Injustice Pressed on Israel
ed, hard to resist. the growing Dear Sir:
inviction that the Israeli side
In recent weeks there appears to II.
BLOOMFIELD
represents an atmosphere of gen- be a tendency toward greater dip- I
uine democracy; it introduces ele- lomatic pressure upon Israel by
COMMONS
ments of close study; it eschews the United States. This was indi-
stereotypes.
cated by your newspaper head-
Oddly enough, a French Jew lines. "U.S. Believed To Be Seek-
is one of the contributors on the ing Flexible Israel Attitude."
Arab side. His name is Maxine Doubtless the American State De-
Rodinson. One thing, though,
partrnent has its own interests in
makes him wonder: it is the ir- the Middle East and is concerned
reversibility of certain histor- about the challenge of Russia's
ical processes, the fact that an
ominous penetration in the Medi-
altogether' new historical con-
terranean Sea by her missile-
juncture had been inaugurated; launching warships. However, Is-
that the Second World War had rael should not rely on the United
changed the face of our *liana, States which will prove to be an
that Israel has come into being,
arm of flesh, but rather on "Yah-
that the State of Israel is a part
weh our God" (Jeremiah 17:5 and
of our reality.
2 Chronicles 32:8).
Israeli Arabs are developing an
Why should Israel be impressed
awareness of the fact of the ex- or listen to American pleas? In
istence of Israel and are seeking the past three wars for survival-
an understanding with it. Some of 1948, 1956 and 1967—the U.S. just
them (Mohammad Watad, Atal- watched and today is rearming the
lah Mansour) see in Israeli Arabs belligerent Arab nation of Jordan.
a vehicle of rapprochement be- The Holy Scriptures reveal that
Israel will have to fight another
war against a northern confeder-
acy headed by Russia, the "prince
of Rosh, Meshech, and Tubal"
(Ezekiel chapters 38 and 39). The
United States and the world will
experience a tremendous awaken-
ing when the Russian hordes are
I vanquished on the mountains of
Israel. This will be accomplished
i by Israel's Messiah who is to reign
on David's throne in Jerusalem as
King of the Jews, and all nations
were $50, now $25
will surrender to the law that goes
forth from Zion (Isaiah 2:3, 4).
Sincerely yours,
ARTHUR W. ARMSTRONG,
22636 Tire ma n.

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closing session of
the 15th annual
Human Relations
Workshop. Winkelman
The six-week workshop dis-
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local community issues and prob-
lems from the point of view of
intergroup relations.
Winkelman, who serves on the
executive committee of the Jewish
Community Council, is a member
of the New Detroit Committee.

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general agent of Northwestern
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Southeastern Michigan. A graduate
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