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August 27, 1971 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-08-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
14—Friday, August 27, 1971

Zand Thanks
Press for Help

Through Prof. Herbert Paper of
the University of Michigan, who
spearheaded the American cam-
paign to secure his visa to settle
in Israel. Prof. Mikhail Zand has
sent thanks to the American press
for the help it gave in the humani-
tarian effort.
Dr. Zand, who now is profes-
sor of Iranian studies at the He-
brew University in Jerusalem,
is coming to this country to ad-
dress two sessions of the annual
convention of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America, Sept. 2-4, in
Pittsburgh.
Expressing gratitude for assist-
ance rendered in the protests
against Soviet persecutions to
which he was subjected and in be-
half of those asking the right to
emigrate to Israel. Prof. Zand's
letter to the press, written from
Jerusalem. states:
"I should like to express my
deepest and most sincere grati-
tude to every one who protested
against the unjustified arrest of
39 Jews in Moscow on March 26 (I
was one of them). against the
unlawful cancellation of the exit
permits to Israel of all my family
on the basis of the dubious privi-
lege—dubious at any rate to those
like us who wished to live in the
Jewish state—of Soviet citizenship
of which we had already been de-
prived.
am sure that only thanks to
these protests my family and I
are here today in the old-new land
of our people. I am sure that
only thanks to the protests against
the Soviet "Judenfrage - policy and
to the constant pressure exerted
upon the Soviet authorities by
world public opinion, the aliya
( `emigration to Israel') of Soviet
Jewry, though small in compari-
son to what it could be if the appli-
cants for exit visas to Israel were
to receive them, is continuing. If
the pressure stops, the aliya will
stop. too.
"I shall never forget the great
and noble help rendered to me
by men of good will all over the
world. I cannot forget. too, that
thousands of my brothers and
sisters struggling for their rights
of repatriation to Israel are still
in the Soviet Galut (`diaspora').
Help them and God will help you."

Eban to Skip Paris Unless
He's Officially Invited

PARIS (JTA) — Israel Foreign
Minister Abba Eban will spend
several days in France in October,
but according to current plans
will carefully avoid this capital
city.
On Oct. 4, Eban is Scheduled
to address the Council of Europe
meeting in Strasbourg during its
general debate on the Middle East.
The council serves as a sort of
European Parliament with an ad-
visory. voice.
Eban will probably drive
straight to Strasbourg from Basle,
Switzerland. These plans, Israeli
circles explain, could be changed
if the French government decided
to use the opportunity of Eban's
visit to invite him here for a meet-
ing with his French counterpart,
Maurice Schumann.
Schumann has said he will meet
Eban at the airport anytime, but
Israel insists on an official invita-
tion. Schumann is the only for-
eign minister of a major European
country not to have yet issued
such an invitation.
A Knesset delegation led by
Speaker Reuvan Barkatt is due
here Aug. 30 to attend the inter-
parliamentary conference sched-
uled for Sept. 4-9. Political cir-
cles expect the Israeli group to
use its stay here to expand con-
tacts with French colleagues.

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