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August 03, 1973 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-08-03

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Golda Dismisses Dayan Complaint on Activity in Administered Lands

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Golda Meir declared
Tuesday in an apparent re-
sponse to Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan's complaint
that Israeli activity in the
administered Arab areas has
been inadequate, that "every-
one in the Labor Party
agrees that more should be
done" and that there were
no differences of opinion on
the issue in her party.

the army broadcasting sta- position of Egyptian Presi- "isolation
from
common not be considered as proving the Ashdod settlement was
tion. The statement also was dent Anwar Sadat as weak- sense."
that anyone staging such an arranged "on the merit of
published in morning news- ening, and asserted that if
She also said that Israel incident will win. She said the situation of that day."
papers-
Sadat thought he could bene- would not accept annual
Gen. Dayan h‘ad threat- fit from a "military adven- quotas of Jewish emigration
ened, in a speech July 24, ture," he would have at- from Russia. She said there
that he might bolt the Labor tacked Israel some time ago. were many thousands of
She said Sadat did not fear Russian Jews who wished to
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS saw "no room for an argu-
against a resolution offered ficials on a temporary basis,
22—Friday, August 3, 1973
ment over policy in the terri- i at the end of a special de- were discharged, leading to
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filiate. He amplified his re-
port in a telephone interview
with the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency.
Many parents, themselves
indifferent Jews, have been
enrolling their children in He-
brew day schools for reasons
largely unrelated to the in-
tensely Jewish atmosphere
and goals of such schools,
such as parental concern
over the deterioration of pub-
lic schools in their neighbor-
hoods.
Rabbi Haiberstam noted the
child from a non-observant
home, "in spite of the fact
that there are many children
in the school with similar
background, is faced with a
I socially awkward and per-
sonally threatening situation.
The standards and mores
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The situation presents prob-
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school administration and
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He said the school princi-
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in building a suka or baking
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upon the administration.
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