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February 28, 1969 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-02-28

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16—Friday, February 28, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Eshkol's Name Linked With Peace

Industrial
Commercial
Real Estate

ADL to Cosponsor Interfaith Seminary Dialogues

NEW YORK — Two seminars in-
volving Protestant and Jewish
clergy and faculty are to be co-
sponsored this spring by the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai Brith
and two major schools of Christian
theology.
The first, April 21-24, will be
undertaken by the Continuing Edu-
cation Center of Princeton Theo-

logical Seminary; the second, June
16-27, will,be held at the Vanderbilt
University Divinity School in Nash-
ville. The ADL department of inter-
religious cooperation, directed by
Rabbi Solomon S. Bernards, will
cosponsor both.

Teaching must be determinedly .
slow in pace.

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When the Kennedy Peace Forest was established in Israel three
years ago, the first forest certificate was presented to the late
Israel Prime Minister Levi Eshkol by the late Max Bressler (center),
then president of the Jewish National Fund of America, as Jacob
Tsur (left), world president of the JNF, looked on.

Hussein, El Fatah Leader Together
at Last in Cozy Meeting at Amman

LONDON (JTA)—King Hussein arch and the head of an Arab ter-

HEAVY INDUSTRIAL-18.3

of Jordan and Yasir Arafat, leader'
of El Fatah, the Palestinian com-
mando organization, held a friend-
ly meeting in Amman, Feb. 16, the
first between the Hashemite mon-

PRIME COMMERCIAL SITE

Editorial Note
on Victimization:
The Arab Record

acres at proposed inter-
chge of 1-275 and Sibley
Rd, Huron Twp. With rail
and water, Detroit sew-
ers. Available Dec 1969.
Priced to sell.

— No location like this
one. 3.4 acres between
12 Mile Rd and 1-696 with
Orchard Lk Rd frontage
in Farmington. Ideal
commercial or motel site.

CRANE INDUSTRIAL PARK

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back your new plant or
warehouse in this strate-
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Detroit trucking limits,
three minutes from the
proposed 1-94 and 1-275
interchge.

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be developed in the
Thompson-Brown tradi-
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roads. Complete with in-
dustrial-sized water and
sewer lines. Choose your
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INDUSTRIAL PARK — Only

5 building sites left in this
Park. Fully controlled
restrictive covenant. Full
utilities. Class A concrete
roads. 1-275 and 1-696 in-
terchge.
METROPLEX — The ideal
location for your new
plant, just 1/4-mile north
of Metro Airport at the
intersection of Middlebelt
and Ecorse Roads. Easy
on and off 1-94 X-way.

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1-96/Grand River exit
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1-96 and 1-696.

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Scores of readers of The Jewilt
'News have urged us to expose Me
record of terrorization by Arabs of
their own people, the mass murders
of peoples, the multiple assassina-
tions. We refrained from doing so;
never have we utilized such a
weapon, and neither has Israel.
But a letter published in the New
York Times on Sunday is too rele-
vant to the existing situation to be
ignored. We present here as fol-
lows:
Arabs' Victims
To the Editor:
Our shock and disgust at the
crime committed in Zurich by
Arab fascist assassins should not
blind us to the fact that it is not
only Israelis who are the victims of
Arab chauvinism.
For years the Kurdish people,
fighting for self-determiirition,
have suffered from the aeria) bom-
bardment of their homes and vil-
lages by the Arab air force of Iraq.
By the way, the left condemns
similar outrages of the United
States in Vietnam, but they are
strangely silent when it is done by
Arabs.
It is significant that two of the
five non-Jews hanged recently in
Iraq were also non-Arabs. They
were Aramaic-speaking Christians.
This group has come in for their
share of persecution in Iraq.
Most tragic is the case of the
more than one million black tribes-
men of the southern Sudan who
have been massacred in the past
14 years by the Arab army of the
Sudan. The Pope has spoken np
several times on behalf of the sur-
vivors—many of them are Chris-
tians—but much too weakly and
ambiguously. The conscience of the
world has not yet been aroused.
Those members of the world
community who bear some moral
authority have, for the most part,
been too long silent at the Arab
political tactic of mass assassina-
tion and the accompanying doc-
trine of the license to kill.
Perhaps there would be more
cries of indignation if it were
known that Jews and Israelis were
not the only victims of fascistic
Arab chauvinism.
Aaron Margulis
Shmul Geller
Shmul Ziegelboym
Philadelphia, Feb: 18; 1989

rorist band.
Observers said the meeting ap-
peared to have opened a new and
more cordial relationship between
the Jordanian government and the
Palestinian commandos who have
often been a thorn in its side.
Arafat was welcomed by the
king as the newly elected chair-
man of the Palestine Liberation
Organization, a group with which
King Hussein had been at odds
since its establishment in 1964. It
is now recognized by Jordan and
other Arab governments, and the
king was said to be interested in
getting along with it. Arafat, some-
; times known as Abu Ammar, was
accompanied by the PLO's entire
executive committee.
During an interview for the
French newspaper Figaro, Moshe
Dayan, Israel defense minister,
disclosed that he had attempted to
contact Arafat, proposing that the
latter meet with him.
Arafat refused the invitation,
emphasizing that he does not recog-
nize Israeli ministers. A spokes-
man for El-Fatah in Cairo has cor-
roborated Dayan's statement.
(The same spokesman also re-
vealed that Dayan had released a
captured terrorist from prison,
and the latter delivered Dayan's
message to the El-Fatah leader in
Cairo.)

DAIA Accuses Group
Claiming Leadership

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

BUENOS AIRES — A left-wing
Jewish organization was accused
here Tuesday of falsely character-
izing itself as a representative of
organized Jewry in Argentina.
The DATA, central representative
body of Argentine Jewry, made the
charge against the "Federation of
Cultural Jewish Institutions of Ar-
gentina," an organization which it
said was ousted from the DAIA in
1953 for supporting anti-Jewish
trials in Czechoslovakia.
The DAIA charged in a statement
that the activities of the federation
were outside the framework of Jew-
ish life here, that it was aligned
with ideologies and groups openly
opposed to Israel and that it sup-
ported Soviet policy in the Middle
East.

Romanian Chief Rabbi
Surprises Israeli Party

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