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January 18, 1974 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-01-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday January 18, 1974-27

VIENNA (JTA) — Chan-
cellor Bruno Kreisky has
advised Israel to shun the
belief that it is the "chosen
people" because such belief
could lead to a great change
in world opinion and further
isolate the Jewish state.
Kreisky offered his advice
in an interview published in
the Austrian theoretical jour-
nal, Academia, which de-
votes its January edition to

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change can guarantee a true
and lasting peace in the
Middle East, he said.
"They (the Israelis) must
change their stand in all
problems concerning the
question of Palestinian refu-
gees, which I cannot join
from my point of view," the
Austrian chancellor said.
The same edition of Aca-
demia published an interview
with Israeli Chief Rabbi
Shlomo Goren, who said that
Israel wants only to live in
peace, with the Arabs no
less than with the rest of the
world.
"We don't hate them (the
Arabs). Jews always had a
better life in the Arab than
in the Christian world and
this is an historical fact,"
Rabbi Goren said.
The fact-finding mission,
which will probably conclude
its work in mid-March, will
include representatives of the
British Labor Party and the
Socialist parties of Holland,
BRUNO KREISKY
Belgium, France, Germany,
the Israeli-Palestinian con- Italy, Luxembourg a n d
flict.
Sweden.
Kreisky, who will lead a
group of' European Socialist Pistons to Face Bulls
leaders on a fact-finding
mission to the Middle East at Cobo Hall Tonight
Detroit Pistons will face
next month, warned that Is-
rael would have to change the Chicago Bulls in one of
its attitude as far as the the biggest games of the
military aspects of its policy season 7:35 p.m. today at
are concerned. Only such Cobo Arena.
, Youngsters 16 and under
attending the game with
Chicago on a reserved-seat
ticket - will receive free a
special Pistons wrist band.
The Pistons will host the
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branch of the International Hall.
Confederation of Free Trade
* * *
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Israel to pay tribute to a peo- forward Dave DeBusschere
ple whose courage against of the New York Knicks be-
tremendous odds has given tween halves of the Pistons-
stimulus to freedom-seeking Knicks game Feb. 1 at Cobo
countries."
Arena.
Mathur was addressing the
A special Dave Debus-
graduation ceremony of the schere scholarship will be
28th international course at established at the University
the Afro-Asian Institute.
of Detroit, which will present
The 3 1/2-month course in co- the award to a Detroit-area
operation was attended by 74 high school athlete who quali-
students from 22 countries in fies scholastically, as well as
Asia, Africa, South America athletically.
and Cyprus.
Three Kenyans and one
student from Mauritius left
after their countries severed
diplomatic relations with Is-
rael. The 30 other Africans
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