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December 25, 1970 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-12-25

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UN Condemns Nazism;
Votes on Extradition
of War Criminals

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (JTA)
—The General Assembly has ap-
proved unanimously a resolution
condemning Nazism and other
forms of racial intolerance—after
Israel had joined with the Soviet
Union and the Arab bloc in an un-
successful attempt to retain the
word "neo-Nazi." The United
States, Britain and France voted
to delete it.
The resolution passed by 108 to
0, with six abstentions. The as-
sembly also voted in favor of ar-
rest and extradition of war crim-
inals and to continue the work of
the Ceylon - Somalia - Yugoslavia
committee investigating Israeli
practices in the occupied Arab
territories.

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on a conscious or unconscious level
is again raised by the use of lan-
guage and the text itself." She de-
clared:
"Thus, despite efforts to appear
impartial, the study repeatedly re-
fers to terror and counter-terror
without acknowledging that, with
less than a handful of exceptions,
the terror has always been ini-
tiated by the Arabs.
"Indeed, the opposite impression
is given by referring to terror and
counter-terror between Israel and
her Arab neighbors as though the
terror were initiated by Israel.
"The study also singles out by
name the only tragic assault by a
Jewish extremist group on an Arab
village in April 1948 before there
was a government of Israel. No
hus massacre of Israeli children
or bombing of civilian areas are
mentioned by name.
"Even Arab terror that brought
death to Israelis is minimized as
'irritating border attacks.' "
Judge Polier urges the authors
of the report "to re-examine their
own hearts and conscience.
"Why do the Friends not under-
stand that Jews have the right to
live without yielding to demands
that they minimize their identity,
accept tolerance with gratitude,

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and forego the rights to justice,
Narcotics Growing Woe for Israel Authorities
equality and manhood in return for
TEL AVIV (ZINS)—Narcotics side street, and is not very ex-
that most loathsome of burdens— have become a grave problem for pensive, compared with the cost
charity?
Israel. The use of hashish is so of narcotics in Europe or Amer-
"Surely the great tradition of widespread that it is even found ica.
the Quakers should make possible in the so-called "better" social
self-examination and the purging classes among university and high
of vestigial prejudices which be- school students.
lies the true spirit of brotherhood.
In the first eight months of
In this spirit only can there be
DART!
hope for peace with honor to all 1970, 1,121 arrests were made on
narcotics charges, and 308 were
men."
students.
is freely obtainable in
Skiing Seition on Hermon Tel Hashish
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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