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March 10, 1972 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-10

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Bar-Han U. Students
in 3rd_ Week of Strike

Tilt 'AVIV (JTA)—A- strike of
students at Bar-Ilan University en-
tered its third week as. police dis-
closed an arson attempt on - the
home of Prof. M. Z. -Kadari, rector
of the Orthodox-sponsored univer-
sity'. Police said the ,attempt was
made -last 'week: • -
Prof Kadari incurred the anger
of the student body because of his
demand that they cease holding
Saturday night dances in the school
auditorium and his instructions to
lecturers to be more strict in their
marking.
•According to police, Kadari
found bottles of fuel behind his
home and several of his stone
steps blackened. He became sue-,
picious. and-- called - pollee oiily
after receiving an anonymous
telephone call from someone who
asked him "how he liked the
fire," police said.
Kadari is, presently on 'a visit
abroad, and there has been no fur-
ther contact between the university
authorities and the -striking stip!
dents.
The students called for a gene-
ral meeting and demonstration to
protest the lack of initiative on the
part of the university to end the
strike.
Meanwhile, the Israeli Students
Association called for a - student
general strike Thursday in solidar-
ity with the Bar-flan students.

whether -04 -
Concern is-felt in leading Jewish Muslims are 'a - serious' menace or
circles over the growing menace just another. fringe - -groan -of no
to American Jewry, on the part of great -potentiaL
the Black -Muslims. Other black Scime . 'obseiveri maintain that
extremist groups in th's country— inemberXhiP has fallen -off in the
like the Black Panthers and the group and that the intense hatred
Revolutionary Action Movement— of whites is ebbing among its :fol.
have by now become ineffectual lowers: But it is:the-view of- the
arid lost the attention they once American - .Jeivish Committee ex-
commanded among black masses. perts that if this is so, the vitriol
But the situation is quite different of the Black Mrtclimq against Jews
with the Black Muslims. _ - has certainly--not abated. • '-
What worries Jewish leaders Interestingly enough, the Black
most is the overt anti-Semitism Muslims faithfully _follow the-line -
and pathological hatred of Israel. of the Ameicein Communist Party'
which- the Black -Muslims spread in its attitude toward Soviet treat-
- as.. part- Of 'their dogma. ment of its Jews. The organ of the
The Black. Muslim movement is "hack Muslims_ attacks the leaders
today a monolithic organization,- of black civil rights groups who
with its members taking orders joined in protests against Soviet
without qu est ion from the:r oppression of -Jewica rights. .•
"leader," the 75-year-old Elijah While the' Communist parties_
Muhammad,. who proclaimed him- in England, France, Italy, and _
self, as Messenger of Allah.
Austria - have expressed objec-
- -.Implicit faith in his pronounce-
tions - to Moscow's policy, on the.
ments . and preachings is axio- treatment of Jews in the Soviet
-
made for the thousands of his
followers, among whom one finds
also wealthy:. elements. He
hatred of all : whiles,
but his inflammatory anti-Israel
material Is easily translated by
his followers into hatred of Am-
erican Jews.
NEW YORK —A 287year-old
The propaganda material -of the Lebanese Jewish- 'woman made an
Black Muslims repeats frequently impassioned 'plea to the United
old stereotypes reminiscent of the Slates; the United. Nations -and
Nazi propaganda. Jews are por- world opinion March 2 to save her
trayed ae anti-black and as "con- father,,who is -believed to be held
stant bloodsuckers 'of the world's prisoner in Syria: -- ; •
Entertainment
black ghettos and slums."
Mrs. Gabrielle Tawfik, now a
The American Jewish Corn- citizen of Canada, spoke at a news
•.
conference called by- the Com--
mitte of Concern for Minorities in.
Jewish Students Battle
Arab countrfes.,--
Rightists at Paris U.
Lucius D. Clayi.
PARIS (JTA)
Two students chairman- of the Committee of
Available For All Occasions
were injured in a fight that broke Concern, 'presented
Tawfik,-
20 years experience
out between Jewish students and and William Vanden Heuvel, New
members of an extreme right-wing York'city official, who attended the
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organization at the Dauphine cam- International Conference- for the
547.2464
pus- of Paris University. The fight Deliverance of the Jews in the
was broken up by campus security Middle East in Paris last January,
police:
Unique Invitations _
participated. -
It was the first clash between
Caffng the Committee of Con-
BARBARA'S
Jewish students and members of cern
"our last hope and our
STATIONERY
the rightist, nationalist student or-
last
chance," Mrs. Tawfik said
Weddings & Bar Mittvas
ganization "Ordre Nouveau"t who
our hopes" lie with the
352-6655 or 626-0747
have been -battling with: various "All
Committee.
left-wing groups during the past
Albert
Iia, secretary general of
few months. -
The rightists oppose "foreign the Lebanese Jewish community,
elements," especially Jews, and was reported kidnaped by terror-
and his ORCHESTRA
have recently terraced an anti-- ists last Sept. 6 between his home
and his synagogue office.
"Music at its Best
Semitic campaign.
Since then, Mrs. Tawfik said,
for Your Guests"
In recent weeks slogans have ap-
pared on walls around - the campus she has learned reliably from the
Lebanese
government - that her
demanding the dismissal of Jewish
students and—saying "Death to -the father is- imprisoned in Syria. The
Damascus
government has re-
J. J. CLARKE STUDIO Jews."
peatedly denied this.' -
Portraiture of Distinction
According to Mrs. Tawfik's in-
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The greatest dangers to liberty formation, Arab extremists be-
Formals - Candid s - Direct Color
lurk in insidious encroachment by-- lieved Elia was illegally aiding the
3223 W. McNichols
men of zeal, well-meaning but with-
Nr. Muirfand
out_understanding:=Louis D. Bran- emigration of Syrian Jews to Leb-
Coil 341-4141
anon, and wanted to end his in-
deis.
fluence. -
"Admittedly he helped these
people," she said, "but his was no
political organization. He was a
humanitarian, : .• he acted as a
ON WED., MARCH 29'& THURS., MAR. 30 Jew -on behalf a compassionate
rommtmity."
Supporting Mrs. Tawfik's plea,
IN THE SOCIAL HALL OF THE NEW
Vanden, Heuvel, -who is former
BETH ABRAHAM-HILLEL SYNAGOGUE
president and current vice chair-
man of the International:Rescue
5075 W. MAPLE RD., Between Inkster and Middlebelt
Committee, described the cur-
W. Bloomfield Township
rent status of Jews in Syria,
based on information provided
CANTOR SHABTAI ACKERMAN WILL
at the conference in -Paris and
confirmed by a variety of diplo-
CHANT THE HAGADAH
matic sources imd international
humanitarian',agencies.
He added: -
-We -can be grateful that the
Arab countries - generally have
shown a measure of compassion
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL
or
for their Jewish citizens, despite
KASHRUTH SUPERVISION BY THE COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX RABBIS.
the emotions of the conflict with
CHOICE DATES AVAILABLE FOR
Israel. Now it is for Syria to fol-
low the example of its .4.'es, to
• WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • PARTIES
free
its hostages, to end its per-
• BANQUETS • SHOWERS • AU. OCCASIONS-
secution and to allow its Jews to
FROM 50 TO 500_
find fulfillment and security
IN THE BETH-ABRAHAM SYNAGOGUE SOCIAL HALL
among friends and families- in
OR THE HOME, HALL OR SYNAGOGUE OF YOUR CHOICE
hospitable countries that have no
enmity for Syria."

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647-2367

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• dill— On Abr.-
sistently"f011ows the Moscow
policy on the "JeWidi question,"
as Well as the pro-Arab and^
anti-Israel line of the Hienilln.
Jewish adherents have been
leaving the ranks of the Com-
' t Party in this country-ever
numis
since their disillusionment • with
the Stalin-Hitler pact, This dis-
lilusionment grew stronger with
Stalin's overt anti-Semitisiii-An the
post-war- years. The continued: op-
pression of Jewish, culture:3h_ the
Soviet. Union bottPled-With Other
dis
' — c rlininations against :Jews,'has
!dither reduced, -number of
Jewish members in the American
Communist Party. -

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