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September 28, 1973 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-09-28

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West Bank Arabs Add Classes, While Cairo Illiteracy Rate Rises

TEL AVIV — Ma'ariv, the live survey of the school sys-
Tel Aviv newspaper pub- tem in the West Bank prior
lished results of a compara- to Israeli occupation and to-
day.
According to the findings,
Wishing Al Orr Friends
1,000 new classrooms have
& Customers A Happy, Healthy) been constructed during the
and Peaceful New Year.
intervening period, following
an Israeli estimation that
about 2,000 of the classrooms
surveyed after the 1967 war
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were judged unfit for use.
In the past year, 250 class-
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Join with the
People of Israel
in Expressing
To Their Passengers, Friends,
and the Community at large

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Happy New Year

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More than 230,000 pupils
The average number of
students per class has been are enrolled this autumn,
reduced from 55 prior to the three-quarters of them in
war, to 36, the survey said. government schools and the
rest in private or United Na-
tions - operated institutions.
Bour guiba's Idea
The number is about 12,000
-
greater than last year.
to Replace Jordan
Meanwhile, the Cairo ma-
Ahar Sa'a quoted
With Palestine Hit gazine
Mohsin Idris, head of the
It
was
re-
JERUSALEM —
city's planning and works ad-
ported that Zuhair Mohsin, ministration, who said the
head of the Syrian-backed percentage of the capital's
A r a b organization A-Sa'ika population which is iliterate
said in an interview pub- last year stood at 62 per cent.
lished by the Beirut daily Al
The figure, up from 54 per
Nahar that he rejected the
cent in 1966, was attributed to
proposal by Tunisian Presi-
the heavy migration of rural
dent Habib Bourguiba for es-
dwellers into Cairo seeking
tablishment of a Palestinian an improvement in their
state in place of Jordan.
standard of living. Idris said
"I don't even know one the capital's four per cent an-
Palestinian or any other nual population growth was
Arab, who is willing to ac- due half to the birth rate and
cept such an idea," Mohsin
half to the migration.
said.
The 886 primary schools in
"But that does not mean the city, he said, had to be
that one may conclude we op- increasedto 1,235 in order to
pose—nor is there any rea-
meet the increased demand.
son to oppose—creation of a
"The level of schooling is de-
Palestinian state in part of clining steadily," Idris said.
the liberated territory of Pal-
estine," he added.
Mohsin said he also reject.
ed Algerian President Houari
Boumedienne's proposal for
direct negotiations between
Israel and the terrorist or-
ganizations.
Criticizing AI-Fatah, the
largest guerrilla group in the
Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization, Mohsin alleged that
1,000,000 Lebanese pounds
contributed to all the groups
by Kuwait following Leban-
ese-Palestinian battles last
spring were all grabbed by
Fatah.
Similarly, he said, Fatah
picked only its own wounded
officers to be sent for medi-
cal treatment to the Soviet
Union, even though Sa'ika
suffered more casualties.
Meanwhile, at a news con-
ference with local newsmen,
Lebanese President Suleiman
Franjieh was asked what
position he had presented to
visiting United Nations Sec-
retary General Kurt Wald-
heim concerning the "Pales-
tinian problem."
"All that will be agreed
upon in an agreement with
the Palestinian people will
win our agreement, and all
that is rejected by the Pales-
tinians will be rejected by
us,' he said.

14—Friday, Sept. 28, 1973

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Shlikhim Group
at U.S. Centers
Is Biggest Yet

NEW YORK—A total of 16
Israeli communal workers
(shlikhim)—the largest group
of new workers to arrive in
one season—are joining the
staffs of American Jewish
community centers and YM-
YWHAs this fall for two- to
three-year periods of service
under a program sponsored
by the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board (JWB), the youth
and hehalutz department of
the World Zionist Organiza-
tion (WZO) and the Ameri-
can Zionist Youth Founda-
tion.
The Israelis have been re-
cruited for work in North
American centers and Ys in
an effort to enhance Jewish
programing and strengthen
Jewish identification.
Now in its ninth year, the
program has proven to be
an effective means of en-
riching the Jewish dimension
of center programing.
The 16 shlikhim include
Emanuel Allon of Detroit.

He who passes judgment
on fools is himself judged io
be a fool.
—Petiheta Ekah Rabbati

With Friendly Greetings

and Good Wishes

for a very

Happy New Year!

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