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March 30, 1973 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-03-30

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Arab Propaganda Sophisticated, Subtle and Cheap, JTA Writer Finds in Brazil

and Zionists as oppressors
BY MURRAY ZUCKOFF
and Gestapo-like individuals.
JTA News Editor
These pamphlets are sold
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA)-
Pro-Arab propaganda is mak- at prices ranging from 3 to 6
ing steady inroads in the form cruzeiros (50 cents to $1), al-
of articles in smalltown news- most free compared to other
apers and inexpensive pam- pamphlets - -of Comparable
phlets sold in bookstalls and numbers of pages, quality of
printing and layout. They are
in university bookstores.
The articles in the newspa- evidently subsidized and thus
pers are subtle, without the are almost being given away.

cliches and verbal paroxysms
that mark similar articles in
the American and European
ress. The articles deal with
issues such as the role of
women in Arab society, the
contributionS of arms to the
'Brazilian economy and intel-
lectual life, the political and
cor 'c development of
Aral. Jrkers.
These stories, written in a
simple and a straightforward
manner are geared toward a
working-class readership.
The pamphlets, equally
well written, deal with the as-
pirations of the Palestinian
45cople and the aims of Arab
liberation and depict Israel

LOT G
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OPEN
SUN.
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There are no comparable
pro-Israel and pro-Zionist
pamphlets. The Israel and
Zionist material available is
written in heavy style and
usually expensive—out of the
financial reach of students.

tuals, this issue has received
scant support from either
Jews or non-Jewish intellec-
tuals: The issue has been re-
ported in the daily press and
much space was given to the
struggle of Soviet Jews seek-
ing to emigrate, but public
action and sentiment has been
almost nil.
According to one well-in-
formed source active in the
Jewish community and him-
self a leading intellectual and
editor of a magazine, his ef-
forts to obtain from profes-
sors at the university in
which he teaches signatures
on a petition on behalf of
Soviet Jewry received only a
perfunctory response.

While the issue of Soviet
Jewry is a top-priority item
The invariable reaction, he
on the agenda of American
Jews and non-Jewish intellec- told the Jewish Telegraphic

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 30, 1973-3

Agency, was that Soviet Jews most totally assimilated sim-

are not the only oppressed ply are not interested in
people, if, in fact, they are "Jewish issues" whether Rus-
sian, Israeli or even local.
oppressed at all.

The Jewish community,
the source said, is compara-
tively inactive on this issue
because it does not want to
be accused of being involved
in "Jewish issues." The
younger Jews, he added, al-

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