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July 18, 1969 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-07-18

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UN Probing Unit to Start Next Month; Israel Rejects One-Sided Approach

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (JTA)
The ad hoc group was created
—A special working group set up by the Human Rights Commission
by the United Nations Commission at its 25th session "to investigate
on Human Rights in Geneva last allegations concerning Israel's vio-
spring to investigate allegations lations of the Geneva Convention
that Israel was violating the hu- relative to the protection of civil-
man rights of Arabs in the occupied ian persons in time of war . . . in
territories announced that it will the territories occupied by Israel
visit four Arab countries next as a result of hostilities in the
Middle East. -
month.
According to the itinerary. the
The Israel government has de-
six experts on human rights will
leave New York on Aug. 1 or 2 for clared that it cannot consider the
commission's
resolution of March
Geneva and will proceed from
there to Beirut. Lebanon. Damas- 4 setting up the group as a legal
cus, Syria. Amman. Jordan and basis for cooperating with it. Is-
Cairo. Egypt. They will return to rael has insisted that no investiga-
tion of alleged violations of human
New York Aug. 24.
rights within territories it holds can
take place without a similar inves-
tigation of the treatment of Jews
Successful Integration
in the Arab countries. The govern-
Cited in British Report
ments of Jordan, Syria, Lebanon
LONDON (JTA)—A report on and Egypt have all agreed to the
British race relations just publish-
ed here cites the successful inte-
gration of Jewish immigrants from
Eastern Europe despite attempts
by racist elements to make them
a scapegoat for national ills.
Order Direct From
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stitute of Race Relations, deals
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primarily with colored immigrants.
It was prepared by E. J. B. Rose
and a group of collaborators and
published by Oxford University
PR 2-4350
Press.
On Jewish immigration into
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Britain it said: "In two genera.
tions from the arrival of the (Jew-
ish) refugees, from Eastern Eu-
rope. a form of accommodation
had been reached; and this de-
spite the deoression and open and
explicit attcmpt to harness anti-
Semitisra as a scapegoating device
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power for a native Facist move-
ment on the European model."

working group's request for co-
operation.
The six experts constituting the
working group for the Middle East
also comprise the ad hoc group in-
vestigating the treatment of poli-
tical prisoners and alleged infringe-
ment of trade union rights in South
Africa. They are Ibrahima Boye,
permanent representative of Sene-
gal to the UN, who is chairman

and rapporteur; Felix Ermacora,
professor of public law at the Uni-
versity of Vienna; Branimir Jano-
kovic, rector of the University of
Nis, Yugoslavia; N. N. Jha, first
secretary of the permanent mission
of India to the UN: Louis Mar-
chand Stens, professor of inter-
national law in Peru; and Waldo E.
Waldron-Ramsey, counsellor to the
Tanzanian mission to the UN.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 18, 1969-3

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