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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-08-03

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Graduate Work

for Grandpa

NEW YORK — A grand-
father of 20, Brooklyn's Louis
Milrod has begun a new
career at age 79. as a full-
time graduate student at
Yeshiva University's Ber-
nard Revel Graduate School.
Milrod is pursuing a de-
gree in Jewish history so
that he will be better able
to work with the aged.
In June, the septuagen-
arian received a BA in
Judaic studies from City
University of New York. He
earned his high school di-
ploma in 1969.
"I want to learn more
. about the Judaic heritage,
history and culture, - Milrod
"I would like to work
the Jewish aged, to tell
them stories, develop discus-
sions with them about the
Jewish past. I would like
them to know that somebody
takes an interest in them."
Milrod had almost no
schooling in his native
Poland. When he came to
the U.S. in 1935 he could
scarcely write him name.
As part of his continuing
education, Milrod is planning
to visit Israel, where his
daughter lives, to improve
his knowledge of the Hebrew

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Boris Smolar's

Scholars Eye America, Zion

Marking the 25th anniver-
sary of the state of Israel
and the 10th anniversary of
the Institute of Contempor-
ary Jewry of the Hebrew
University, the proceedings of
a colloquium on "America
and the Holy Land" has been
Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, JTA
published in the American
(Copyright 1973, JTA Inc.)
Jewish Historical Society
ARAB AMERICANS: American-born Arabs have by- Quarterly.
and-large abstained from involving themselves in political
The participants pointed
action against Israel in this country. Natives of the United
the importance of devotion
States, they prefer to be considered Americans rather
to the idea of Zion as an
than citizens of Arab extraction. The great majority of
important theme in Ameri-
them are opposed to Arab terrorism. They favor the settle- can thought and action since
ment of the Arab-Israel conflict by peaceful means.
Colonial days, and they stres-
The major Arab groups in this country spreading sed the spiritual influence
poisonous anti-Israel propaganda are: '1. Agents of the this concept has had on
Arab League registered in Washington as paid lobbyists American-Israeli relations.
receiving their funds from Arab sources abroad; 2.
Prof. Moshe Davis, head
Thousands of Arab students as "exchange students,"
financed by their goverments; and 3. The organization of of the Institute of Contempor-
Arab graduates from American colleges and universities. ary Jewry, stated that the
subject of America and the
There are also American radical left militants who support Holy Land "is a unified field
the Arabs in their violent anti-Israel activities on the where Jewish and American
history came together" and
Other categories of Arabs in this country—business- also recalled the meeting
men, lawyers, influential politicans—stay mostly on the with former President Harry
side-lines of the Arab-Israel issue. Especially the Lebanese S. Truman at which he proud-
among them. The latter are know nto maintain good ly compared himself to Cy-
neighborly relations with Jews in the localities where they rus, who made possible the

'Between You
and Me'


There are, of course, exceptions. It is estimated that
about 500 Americans of Arab ancestry—some of them active
in national and local American politics—are organized in
small groups in a number of cities with the aim of bringing
pressure upon the U.S. government with regard to its
policy on the Arab-Israel conflict.

These groups which sprang up only last year, were
not united until about a month ago, when some 85 Americans
of Arab descent gathered in Detroit at a "convention" of
the National Association of Arab-Americans. The partici-
pants in this convention—the first of its kind in this country
—came from 14 states and the District of Columbia.
It was at this convention that speakers have announced
that an Arab-American lobby will be established in Wash-
ington to reach leading figures in the White House, State
Department and both Houses of Congress.
Dr. Peter Tanous of Washington, who was elected
president at the convention, lost no time to report that
Assistant Secretary of State Joseph Sisco, who formulates
the State Department's policy on the Arab-Israel issue, indi-
cated that the State Department would "cooperate" with
him. He added that such an indication was also expressed
by Harold Saunders, assistant to Dr. Henry Kissinger. Dr.
Tanous is a graduate of West Point and a former West
Point official. Among the speakers at the convention was
also Senator James Abourezk, South Dakota Democrat, who
is of Arab ancestry.
JEWISH ALERTNESS: Cautious as the group of Amer-
icans of Arab descent is in seeing to it that its pro-
gram should not be confused with the programs of the
Arab groups in this country justifying Arab terrorism
against Israel and advocating the destruction of Israel, it
is nevertheless clear that the new organization will require
special attention on the part of American Jewry interested
in checking anti-Israel efforts in this country.

At present, anti•Israel propaganda is gaining ground
in the American universities and in the academic com•
munities as a result of increased efforts on the part -of a
well-coordinated network of Arab students. There is hardly
a college or university in the U.S. today where one does
not find Arab students.

Totaling many thousands, they are all working under
the direction of the Organization of Arab Students which
is fanatically anti-Israel and even injects thinly veiled anti-
Jewish tones in its propaganda activities.
Another rabid anti-Israel organization gaining in its
propaganda efforts in the American academic world is the
Association of Arab-American University Graduates. It
reaches a substantial number of college professors and
teachers even though it is not a mass-membership group.
The headquarters of this organization are in Detroit, in
the law office of a local attorney Abdeen Jabara.

Black Culture Survey Notes Issues, Events

"Dictionary of Black Cul- be found in this volume, and
tune" is "an encyclopedic sur- it is interesting to see this
vey of the cultural back- one under the title "Jihad":
ground and development of "Publishing house founded
the black American, cover- in Newark, N.J., by LeRoi
ing the basic issues, events, Jones to spread the message
contributions and biogra- of Spirit House since its
phies germane to the sub. founding in 1966, it has pub-
jects." lished Jones' writings under
Authored by Prof. Wade his Muslim name of. Imamu
Baskin, chairman of the clas- Amiri Baraka."
sical languages department
There is a description of
at Southeastern State Col- "Spirit House," listing the
lege, Durant, Okla., and Dr. militant black artists it has
Richard N. Runes, a practic- attracted.
ing New York lawyer, the
LeRoi Jones will be re-
book was published by Philo- membered as the poet who
sophical Library. wrote some of the most vici-
All the important items ous anti-Semitic pieces in re-
relating to black culture will cent years.

return of the Jews to Jeru-

Friday, August 3, 1973-21


Prof. Robert T. Handy,
Christian scholar from Union
Theological Seminary, stated
that the appropriation of the
Zion image, of such phases
and concepts as "Chosen
People" and "Promised
Land" should be examined
to understand the attitudes
of many types of Americans
toward Israel.
Stressed constantly during
the session was the need for
further study of archival and
research depositories in the
United States, Israel and
other countries.

The Diaspora is difficult in
itself—this is realized by all
and all seek ways to extract
themselves from it. But even
more difficult is the fact that
the Diaspora has killed our
independent life force, the
strength to create for our-
selves, for our own part and
on our own responsibilities.

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from Jordan. The Jerusalem
branch of the Israeli Com-
merce Federation, a retailers
organization, had said green-
grocers in East Jerusalem
were suffering from a short-
age of vegetables, which is a
basic element in the Arab

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