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March 05, 1971 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-03-05

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Campus Religion Courses
May Be Expanded

Airports Guard Against Guerrillas

NEW YORK—Faculty represent-

WASHINGTON (JTA)—The State
Department — from Secretary of
State William P. Rogers on down—
welcomed Leonid Rigerman warmly
and treated him to a kosher lunch.
The meal had been scheduled for
the Foreign Service Association
Club, but that establishment, it was
discovered, could not provide
kosher food.
High State Departibent officials

joining Rigerman over lunch plied
him for two hours with qffestions
about Soviet anti-Semitism. A De-
partment spokesman said after-
ward: "We thought him a bright
and reasonable man."
Following lunch, the newly ar-
rived American citizen visited Sec-

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retary Rogers and Undersecretary
John N. Irwin. He then had a pri-
vate half-hour talk with Marvin J.
Hillenbrand, assistant secretary for
European affairs, during which
they discussed possible initiatives
for the relief of Soviet Jewry, ac-
cording to a member of Rigerman's
party.
Rigerman also met—accidentally
—Israeli Ambassador Itzbak Ra-
bin, who was at the department at
the same time. At ()hey, Shalom
Talmud Torah, more than 700 peo-
ple attended an open house at
which the soft-spoken Rigerman
answered questions for almost

three hours.

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Leonid Rigerman Meets With Rogers;
Relates Soviet Situation to State Dept.

alive' from over 20 colleges, uni-
versities and seminaries will at-
tend a three-day Institute on Con-
temporary Jewish and Christian
Thought at Emory University, At-
lanta, March 7-9.
Sponsored by Emory Univer-
sity's department of religion and
its Candler School of Theology, to-
gether with the Anti-Defamation
League and the United Methodist
Board of Higher Education, the
academic gathering will be aimed
at more effective integration of
Jewish studies into existing courses
in religion, scriptures, philosophy,
history and ethics.
The institute also will study con-
temporary Jewish life and thought
against the background of biblical
and rabbinic teaching with a view
toward stimulating new academic
programs in this field.

26001 Coolidge

TIM DETROIT JEWEIN NEWS

Warned that seven militant Palestine guerrillas are known to
have reached Europe, where they are suspected of planning a new
wave of aircraft hijackings, security guards are searching all passen-
gers and hand luggage at Heathrow Airport in London. While police
searched passengers and their luggage, others went through the
airliners and their cargo for suspicious looking objects.

Libel Suit Revives a Murder Case
That Split Zionist Factions in 1933

OFFICIAL—

WASHINGTON — Leo Pfeffer,
counsel for the American Jewish
Congress, asked the Supreme Court
Wednesday to stop the federal gov-
ernment from financing the con-
struction of academic buildings
and dormitories on the campuses
of sectarian colleges and univer-
sities.
Pfeffer asserted that the De-
partment of Education was violat-
ing .the Constitution and the 1963

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largely to propagate religious
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a near bloody confrontation be- sioner of Palestine, and Ted Lurie,
tween the Labor and Revisionist edtor of the Jerusalem Post.
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was revived in a libel suit filed a book by Prof. Samuel, published
Monday in a Jerusalem magistrates in the Jerusalem Post-
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court.
ORIGINATORS OF
The suit names Prof- Edwin group of the Revisionist faction —
the Brit Flabiryonim — responsible
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The snit was - filed by Tzvl
Rosenblitt, an employe of the
Tel Aviv municipality, who is
the sole survivor of the three
defendants tried_ for the Arlozor-
off murder, all of whom were
eventually acquitted. He is sup-
ported by Yacob Orenstein and
Chaim Deviri, founding mem-
bers of the Brit Habiryonim.
Rosenblitt claims that the Sam-

uel book was a "repetition of a
blood libel" of which he was
cleared. His lawyer is Knesset
member Shmuel Tamir of the Free
Center faction.
Arlozoroff was killed under mys-
terious circumstances while strol-
ling with his wife along the Tel
Aviv beach. Revisionist zealots
were accused of the act.
Rosenblitt, along with Abba
Achimeir and Abraham Stayski,
both now dead, were tried for the
murder. Achimeir was released
after the preliminaries, and Rosen-
blitt was acquitted after a trial
that lasted almost a year. Stayski
was found guilty and sentenced to
death, but the high court later re-
versed the verdict and acquitted
him.
A generation later, the Arlozo-
roff murder is still a sensitive
point between old timers of the
Labor Party and Revisionists, who
adhere mainly to the opposition
Herut faction. According to Sam-
uel's book, Revisionists murdered
Arlozoroff and threatened the life
of the late Dr. Judah Magnes, pres-
ident of the Hebrew University,
whose advocacy of a binational
Jewish-Arab state in Palestine of-
fended nationalist extre nists.

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