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May 22, 1970 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-22

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Arabs Threaten to Cut Off Oil Supply to U.S.

THE DETROIT JEWISH MEWS
Friday, May 22, 1970-13

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At the UN Security Council, Syria's ambassador, George J.
Tomeh (left) has threatened that the Arab nations will cut off oil
supplies to the United States if this country continued to provide mili-
tary aid to Israel.
Shown on the map are the oil fields in Arab countries represent-
ing an investment of close to S2,000,000,000. Arab oil totals a 311,-
000,000,000-barrel reserve. The U.S. oil reserve is 38,700,000,000 barrels.

Dropsie Professor's Spanish-Arabic
Dictionary to Be Done in Beirut;
Goldmann to Speak at University

Offer Reprints
of Essay Noting
USSR Prejudices

The New York Times Magazine
printed an expose giving the most
up-to-date facts on the anti-Jewish
feeling now raging in the Soviet
Union, and the Far Rockaway,
N.Y. Jewish Community Council
has arranged to make copies avail-
able free to all who ask for it.
Rubin R. Dobin, of Lawrence,
N.Y., council chairman, is asking
those who are interested in obtain-
ing a copy of the article to send
a request accompanied by a
stamped, self-addressed envelope
to the Council, Box 62, Far Rock-
away, N.Y. 11691.
The New York Times article, en-
titled "On the Jewish Question in
the Soviet Union," was written by
a noted journalist and investigator
who uses the pseudonym Ben
Tzion. The expose was written be-
cause the writer has become in-
creasingly concerned over the sad
plight of the 3,500,000 Jews in
Russia. The material was gathered
during the course of several re-
search trips to the Soviet Union.
In the article the writer cites fact
after fact with the latest informa-
ion on the systematic plan fostered
and approved by Russian official-
dom to denigrate the position of
the Jew in the Soviet Republics
and to deny him the most ele-
mentary rights to develop his own
religious culture and nationality.
Dobin explained that the impor-
tance of the article at this time is
due to the authoritative rebuttal
given to the denials of Russian
leaders when they are confronted
with the charges of Soviet anti-
Semitism. Copies of the article will
be made available for distribution
inside Russia so that Russians in-
tellectuals can read it first hand.

Michigan is a four-season tourist
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PHILADELPHIA — The first
literary Spanish-Arabic dictionary
ever to be published has been
authored by Dr. Frederico Cor-
riente, associate professor of
Semitic linguistics at Dropsie
University.
Titled "A Spanish-Arabic Dic-
tionary" and containing more than
30,000 words, Dr. Corriente's work
will be published by the Institute
of Hispano-Arabic Culture in Ma-
drid, Spain, and is expected to be
released before the end of the
year. The printing of the dictionary,
which took Dr. Corriente more
than two years to complete, will
be done in Beirut, Lebanon, by the
printing house of Dar al-Thaqafa.
The only existing Spanish-
Arabic dictionary is one written
almost 300 years ago by a Fran-
ciscan monk and deals primarily
with the Syrian dialect. Dr. Cor-
riente's work is the first since
the 1Sth Century devoted to the
written literary Arabic language.
Widely known among scholars as
a linguist, particularly in the field
of Arabic and Semitic languages
and as translator of many impor-
tant publications, Dr. Corriente
came to Dropsie two years ago
from Rabat in Morocco.
He was professor of Semitics
and Hebrew Philology in the de-
partment of Arabic languages at
the University Mohammed V at
Rabat and at Fez in Morocco be-
fore coming here. Previously, he
was director of the Hispanic Cul-
tural Center of Cairo, Egypt, and
taught for several years at the
Cairo University in that country.
Dr. Nahum Goldmann will
come to Philadelphia to climax
the 60th anniversary celebration
of Dropsie University. Dr. Abra-
ham I. Katsh, president of the
post - graduate university, an-
nounced that Dr. Goldmann will
discuss "Peace in the Middle
East" at a public lecture, Tues-
day evening, in the auditorium
at Dropsie University.
Dr. Goldmann's lecture, which
will climax a series of special
events marking the 60th year of
the institution founded by Moses
Aaron Dropsie and its first year
with full university status, will he

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presented without charge and open
to the general public, but because
of limited seating, admission will
be by invitations only. The invita-
tions are available by written re-
quest to Dropsie University, Broad
and York Sts., Philadelphia.

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