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January 01, 1971 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
14–Frldey, Jeremy 1, 1971

JTA Agrees to Supply Jewish Student Press

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NEW YORK (JTA) — The Jew- to Right and from Socialist-Zionist

to religious Zionist.
Visiting Arabs ish Telegraphic Agency has con- Commenting on the arrangement
cluded an agreement with the Jew- between JTA and the Student
on 10-Day ATID Mission ish
Student Press Service to pro- Press Service, Arnow said that this
NEW YORK—Twenty-eight stu-

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dents from campuses throughout
the nation representing ATID, the
college-age organization of the
United Synagogue of America, de
parted for Israel Sunday on a 10-
day fact-finding mission.
Its central mission will be to
gather facts on Israel's relation-
ship with her Arab populace. It
will include visits to Arab refugee
camps and meetings with Arab
and Israeli students. The purpose
is to factually reinforce the col-
lege student in countering the anti-
Israel propaganda on today's
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vide the 40 student publications
affiliated with JSPS with news
about the Jewish community, it
was announced by JTA president
Robert H. Arnow.
David Kaufman, co-editor of the
press service, said the member
publications have a combined
monthly circulation of some 350,-
000 on and off campus in every
major city in the United States
and Canada. Kaufman noted that
the ideological orientation of the
publications covers the entire spec-
trum of political thinking within
the Jewish community from Left

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news and development within the
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