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November 22, 1968 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-22

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Pro-Israel Political Leaders in U.S.
Warned by Sirhan's Father on W. Bank

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JERUSALEM (JTA)—The father
of Sirhan Sirhan, the accused
assassin of Sen. Robert F. Ken-
nedy, has warned that "there will
be no shortage of plotters" as long
as American political leaders con-
tinue to express pro-Israel senti-
ments, the Jerusalem Post re-
reported. The Post published an
interview with Bishara Sirhan, a
resident of the West Bank, who
just returned to his village from a
tour of Arab countries. The elder
Sirhan told a reporter that he got
"only promises" but no funds suf-
ficient to enable him to travel to
the United States for his son's
trial.
His remark on "plotters" was
apparently a reference to the three
Yemeni Arabs arrested in New
York last week for allegedly con-
spiring to assassinate President-
elect Richard M. Nixon.
A hearing will be held in Los
Angeles next week to consider
postponement of the Sirhan trial
until after the first ,of the year
Superior Court Judge Herbert V.
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Friday, November 22, 1968-19

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of Forum Held in Paris

PARIS (JTA)—The problems of
Western Jews who are in the main-
stream of their countries' cultural
and intellectual life but lack Jew-
ish learning, and of East European
Jews who face new waves of re-
pression and harassment, were
discussed at a forum of the Eu-
ropean Council of Jewish Commu-
nities which is meeting here. The
250 delegates attending included
such prominent figures as Nobel
Peace Prize laureate Rene Cassin,
who is president of the Alliance
Israelite Universelle; Prof. Moshe
Davis, head of the Hebrew Uni-
versity's institute for contemporary
Jewry; Chief Rabbi Jacob Kaplan
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