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July 27, 1973 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-07-27

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Security Council M.E. Debate Coming to Close; Anti-Israel Draft Fought

UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
— The Security Council was
expected to complete its de-
bate on the Middle East situ-
ation this week after con-
sidering a three-nation draft
resolution calling for the con-

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demnation of Israel and the
recognition of rights of the
Palestinians.
The Egyptian-inspired draft
was worked on by Yugo-
slavia, India and Panama.
It was based on the proposal
made Friday in the council
by Egyptian Minister Mo-
hammed H. el Zayyat that
the council "pronounce it-
self" against Israel's occu-
pation and for the principle
of total withdrawal. Israeli
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pressed distress that Pan-
ama, long a friend of Israel,
was a sponsor of this
measure.
Egypt has said it would
not accept a watered-down
resolution even if it were
vetoed by the United States,
sources said.
Israeli officials stressed
that they viewed the draft
as totally hostile and that
Israel would certainly an-
nounce it no longer would

accept Resolution 242 if the
draft were approved. How-
ever, the officials said they
were fully confident the
United States would veto the
draft.
The hope that the SecUrity
Council debate on the Middle
East would continue without
acrimony in order to pave
the way for the "quiet diplo-
macy" UN Secretary Gen-
eral Kurt Waldheim said he
would like to pursue during

Synagogue Attack Probed

NEW YORK (JTA)—Police
are investigating the fire
bombing of a synagogue on
the Lower East Side July 21.
Rabbi Shulem Rubin of
Cong. Agudath-Elazar, 381 E.
Eighth St., said the incident
started when a group of
youths gathered near the
synagogue at about 12:30
a.m. and began throwing
stones at the four-story build-
ing.
As the rabbi was trying to
call police, some youths
tossed three Moltotov cock-
tails into the synagogue's
backyard.
The r a b b s 80-year-old
father, Rabbi David Rubin,
and his wife, woke up and
ran to the fire escape where
they saw youths move from
an adjacent lot to the front
of the building.
Some of the youths brought
a gasoline tank, spilled its
contents near the door and
lighted it, the rabbi reported.
Rabbi Shulem Rubin be-
lieves the fire-bombing was
due to the fact that on July
17 he witnessed some youths
breaking into a building
across the street and called
the police.

The youths were arrested
and the rabbi was asked to
testify in court.
Rabbi Rubin told police
that Hispanic teen-agers have
been harassing him in an
effort to frighten him from
testifying.
Rabbi David Rubin started
the synagogue 21 years ago.
The area used to be predom-
inantly Jewish but is now
mostly Hispanic.

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his trip to the Mideast seem-
ed to flounder last Friday
when el-Zayyat unleashed a
blistering attack against the
United States and Israel.
Some diplomatic sources
here viewed Zayyat's warn-
ing that "Egyptians will not
go crawling on their bellies
to Israel no matter how many
Phantoms, no matter how
many vetoes," as an effort
to air in advance the hard
line Egypt is expected to
take during Waldheim's visit
to Cairo.
Several observers noted
that Zayyat's acrimonious
attack was an effort to mol-
lify Libya's leader Muam-
mar el-Qaddafi who has been
pressuring Egypt to take a
tougher stand against both
the U.S. and Israel.
Zayyat, supported by So-
viet Ambassador Yakov A.
Malik, asserted that there
were three options for the
Council to consider.
The first was "to take the
necessary measures to force
Israel to withdraw from the
occupied territories," which
he termed "the proper
course of action."

But, Zayyat added, in an
obvious reference to the U.S.,
"we know, alas and sadly
that at least one permanent
member of the council would
use its veto power to prevent
the council from taking this
course."
He said the second course
was inaction, but that such
a course would undermine
the United Nations.
He suggested a third
course in which the council
would "prbnounce itself"
against Israel's occupation
and for the principle of total
withdrawal.

100 Jewish Stones
Desecrated in France

PARIS (JTA)—More than
100 Jewish tombstones were
desecrated last Friday night
in the Jewish cemetery of
Pantin, a Paris suburb. A
Jewish consistory spokesman
said that some 40 tomb-
stones were overturned and
some 60 Stars of David were
either defaced or smeared.
Police said that four youths
were arrested the next morn-
ing in the cemetery's vicin-
ity.

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40 executive directors of Jew-
Friday, July 27, 1973-17
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