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December 14, 1973 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16—Friday, Dec. 14, 1973

Shazar Prays With Chabad on His Birthday

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On his recent birthday, President Zalman Shazar, center, prayed in the newly reno-
vated Chabad-Lubavitch Synagogue, known as the "Tzemach Tzedek Shul," in the Old
City of Jerusalem. The synagogue was the only one found intact, with four walls and
roof, when the old Jerusalem quarter was liberated in the Six-Day War. The synagogue
was established by Rabbi Menahem Mendel of Lubavitch (1785-1866), who was known
as the "Tzemach Tzedek" after a voluminous responsa he authored. He was an ancestor
of the present Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menahem M. Schneerson. The Rebbe contrib-
uted the funds necessary for the synagogue's restoration.



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He said that the Arab oil
ministers meeting in Kuwait
had decided to lift the oil
embargo if Israel accepts
withdrawal from all of the
Arab territories and the
United States guarantees Is-
rael's acceptance.
Yamani said that once
there was a guaranteed ac-
ceptance by Israel of total
withdrawal, his country
would eventually produce oil
at the rate of 20,000,000 bar-
rels a day, which is higher
than the levels of last Sep-
tember.
But he said that in the fu-
ture the oil-producing coun-
tries — Arab and others —
would determine the price of
oil.
Yamani declared last week
that "the existence of Israel
is not a question."
In the lobby of the State
Department after a 90-min-
ute meeting with Secretary
of State Henry A. Kissinger,
Yamani told JTA: "I think
so many Arab leaders have
announced they are pre-
prepared to recognize Israel
and to sign a peace treaty,
the existence of Israel is not
a question. It definitely is not

to be related to the oil busi-
ness."
He affirmed that "the goal
which we are looking for—
which is peace in the area—
is more feasible than at any
time in the past. The Israelis
realize they cannot continue
their occupation and cannot
ignore peace."
In his meeting with the
press here he did not insist
on any change in the U.S.
position toward Israel.

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And God said: "Let there be light,"

And there was light.

Rep. Holtzman said she
was also disturbed by rumors
that the U.S. will try to pres-
sure Israel to give up de-
fensible borders and part of
Jerusalem in exchange for
a peace settlement.
The congresswoman who
represents Brooklyn's 16th
District, said she and other
Jewish members of Congress
have received "hate mail" in
recent weeks. She warned
that unless the public is edu-
cated to the real causes of
the current energy shortage
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eyes to behold the sun.

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Congresswoman Says Kissinger
Put Israel in Vulnerable Position

NEW YORK (JTA)—Rep.
Elizabeth Holtzman (D.,
N.Y.) charged Sunday that
the Nixon-Kissinger "shoot-
ing from the hip" diplomacy
in the Middle East "might
have placed Israel in a more
vulnerable position than be-
fore" the Yom Kippur War.
Addressing the ninth bi-
ennial convention of the
Americans for Progressive
Israel-Hashomer Hatzair at
the Statler Hilton Hotel, Rep.
Holtzman observed •that when
the Egyptian Third Army
was encircled by Israeli
forces, Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger flew to
Moscow to negotiate a cease
fire but failed to bargain for
an end to the Arab oil boy-
cott.
"The U.S. by its failure to
bargain at that point allow-
ed Israel to become isolated
in the whole world with every
country an enemy except the
U.S.," she said.

Mezuzas

& Earrings

`Saudi Arabia Won't Recognize Israel'

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Saudi Arabia will not recog-
nize Israel even if it con-
cludes a peace settlement
with its neighbors and with-
draws to the pre-June 1967
borders, Sheikh Ahmed Ya-
mani, the Saudian minister
of petroleum said on the
CBS "Face the Nation" tele-
vision program Sunday.
Yamani, replying to re-
porters' questions, said that
if Israel withdraws from all
of the Arab territories, in-
c l u d i n g East Jerusalem,
under the terms of Resolu-
tion 242, "what matters is
that the countries that sur-
round Israel" recognize it
and its borders.
The Saudi minister named
Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and
Syria as Israel's immediate
neighbors which would be
required to recognize it under
a peace settlement.
He insisted that Israel re-
turn East Jerusalem to Arab
rule but was vague as to
which Arabs should rule it.
If there is a Palestinian
state, it should have Jeru-
salem, if not it should be-
long to Jordan, Yamani said
when pressed by reporters.

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