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July 26, 1968 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-07-26

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Rep. Halpern Urges U.S. Halt
Economic Aid to Algeria

WASHINGTON (JTA)—The hi-
jacking of an Israeli airliner and
the detention of the plane crew
and some of its passengers by
Algeria brought a demand in Con-
gress that American economic aid
to Algeria be halted and that
world lending agencies withhold
further loans to the Algerian re-
gime.
Rep. Seymour Halpern, New
York Republican, told the House
Tuesday that "a country that col-
laborates with air piracy and ter-
rorism should not remain qualified
for the direct and indirect fiancial
assistance of international lend-
ing agencies." He termed the
Algerian action in detaining some
of the passengers, the crew and
the El Al plane as an action
"worse even than the air hijacking
policies of Communist Cuba." He
asserted that "Algeria cannot be
permitted to get away in this
shocking new case because it will
invite a rash of Arab terrorism of
the airways."
The New Yorker said he was
initiating a study of "direct and
indirect financial assistance flow-
ing to Algeria from the United
States and international banking
institutions." He said that until
the plane, its crew and passengers
were released, the United States
should advise its citizens not to
travel to Algeria because of that
government's "irresponsible pol-
icies and collaboration with gang-
sterism."
Rep. Dante Fascell, Florida
Democrat, asked Secretary of
State Dean Rusk to seek an inter-
national agreement to discourage
hijacking of airplanes. He said in

a letter to Rusk that the proposed
pact should bind all signatories to
return promptly all hijacked air-
craft, passengers and crew and
the hijacker to the nation from
which the plane departed.

Young Israel in NY Forms
Auxiliary Police Patrol

NEW YORK (JTA)—An auxili-
ary police patrol, organized at the
Young Israel Synagogue of the
Rockaways, a section in the bor-
ough of Queens, has been patrol-
ling the area nightly in response
to a growing series of burglaries
and attacks on residents of the
heavily Jewish area.
Bernard Honig, a resident, took
the lead in establishing the patrol
of some 60 residents, which in-
cludes both Jews and Christians.
Local Christian clergymen assisted
in developing the patrol. The resi-
dents initially set up a committee
on protection, which sponsored the
patrol, whose members received
training at the 101st Precinct.
Patrol members ride through the
area in pairs, watching for suspi-
cious activities, which they report
to the precinct station.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israeli and Pope
Exchange Gifts

Friday, July 26, 1968-3

Arabs on March Deny Collaboration With Foe

ROME (JTA) — Ambassador
Ehud Avriel, Israel's departing
ambassador to Italy, had a half-
hour farewell audience with Pope
Paul VI and presented the Pontiff
with a gift of three antique oil
lamps used in the rites of mono-
theistic faiths. The lamps date
from First, Fourth and Eighth
centuries of the Common Era.
Avriel received in return a book
describing the Pope's visit to the
Holy Land and a letter to Presi-
dent Zalman Shazar. Mrs. Avriel
and the ambassador's daughters,
Ruth and Attalia, received gold
medals.

AMSTERDAM (JTA) — Two,
East Jerusalem Arabs who
are participating along with an Is-
raeli Army detail and a group of
Israeli civilians in a four-day
march across the Netherlands re-
buked questioners who suggested
that their presence had political
implications. The march is an an-
nual sporting event in which the

Dutch Army and others take part.
The Arabs, Mohammed Abu
Dora, 25, and Kalil Aboulizhwa,
30, were both civil servants in
East Jerusalem before the Six-Day
War and are still so employed.
Dora denied that their participa-
tion represented "collaboration"
with the Israelis. "This is sports,
not politics," he told questioners.

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