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February 15, 1974 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-02-15

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to Shootout, Linked to Libya Stake
Black Muslim In-Fighting, Which Le d other
Muslim groups that the extended to the Nation of Is- store at 117 Lenox in New

that members of two rival
Black Muslim groups clashed
after Libyan President Mu-
ammar Qaddafi turned
thumbs down on a request for
a $15,000,000 loan made last
summer by a delegation rep-
resenting Elijah Muham-
mad's Chicago-based Nation
of Islam group.
According to sources close
to the investigation of the
shooting spree, the $15,000,000
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS angle was brought to the at-
28—Friday, Feb. 15, 1974
tention of the police in a re-
port by the Jewish Telegra-
PO*
phic Agency based on infor-
•AiISDad
mation given by the Anti-De-
famation League of Bnai
Brith.
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It noted that Qaddafi turned
down the $15,000.000 loan re-
RESTAURANT & PIZZERIA
quest after being notified by
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check out the possibility that
the shooting spree was the
result of a Black Muslim
community in-fighting over a
$15,000,000 stake from Libya.
Police, who at first as-
sumed that the shoot-out in
Bedford-Stuyvesant was simi-
lar to other shootouts be-
tween rival Black Muslim
groups in other cities, are
now checking out a report

NEW YORK (JTA)—Police
in Brooklyn remain without
any solid clues as the motive
or the identity of the killers
in a shoot-out in a Bedford-
Stuyvesant Black MuSlim
mosque Feb. 4 in which four
persons were killed.
It was reliably learned,
however, that detectives in
Brooklyn working on the
case have been alerted to

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Nation of Islam is not authen- lam by the Persian Gulf York's Harlem area sells
states of Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, large quantities of three dif-
tically Moslem.
At the same time, high Qatar and by Syria. These ferent editions of the Proto-
U. S. official sources in gifts, according to the ADL, cols of the Elders of Zion: an
edition published in Kuwait,
Washington told the JTA that have totaled $280,000.
In addition, the Nation of one published in Pakistan,
they are aware that funds
are coming into the coffers Islam had negotiated a $2,- and another published by
of Black Muslim groups in 978,406 short-term loan in Gerald L. K. Smith.
In addition, the bookstore
this country from Libya, May 1972, then renegotiated
among other Arab countries, that loan in September 1972 distributes the "International
ostensibly for religious and so that payment would not be Jew" by Henry Ford, which
due until 1981.
Ford later repudiated.
educational aid.
A source close to the inves-
According to these sources,
Another big seller, the ADL
a number of Libyan students tigation of the Bedford-Stuy- reported, is the notorious
in the U. S. sent word back vesant shootout told JTA that "The History of Jewish
to Qaddafi that the Nation of if the clash involved a rival Crimes," published in Paki-
Islam members were racists Black Muslim group outside stan.
and not true to the teachings New York state and if it in- ••••••••••••••••••••••„
of Islam. Consequently, the volved funds from a foreign
sources noted, Qaddafi lost government, the investigation • JR. WINGS
interest in the Nation of Is- would move beyond city de- •


lam group but might have tectives to the FBI.

• •
The ADL also reported that
continued funding other black

• •
revolutionary or authentically the Nation of Islam's book- •


Four Philadelphia • Moslem groups here as he




has been funding the IRA in
• •
Synagogues Plan

Northern Ireland.


These
sources
said
they
Merger of Schools
PENNANT • • •
,

PHILADELPHIA (JTA)- had no other information
Four Conservative Philadel- concerning the JTA report
NIGHT • • • •
phia congregations, all ex- that outright gifts had been

Americana Complex I, II, III •
WING :
periencing declining elemen-
Greenfield Rd., N. of 9 Mile
358-1414
tary school enrollments, are London Paper Lists
358-3920
PENNANTS •
working on a plan to merge


Wed. MATINEES ALL
FIRST 2,000 KIDS
• •

their elementary schools to Israel Army Figures
THEATERS-1 Show only
at
1:15—$1
LONDON (ZINS)—London' s
reduce congregational costs
: Through Gate 14 and un-;
and improve the quality of Sunday Times openly report-
: der entering on a fully ;
education, the Jewish Times ed on one of Israel's best kept AMERICANA I
• paid admission and ac-;

"THE STING"
secrets that Israel's regular
reported.
• companied by an adult.;

The congregations are Ner standing army normally num- AMERICANA II




Zedek-Ezrath Israel, Temple bers no more than 11,500

"THE EXORCIST"

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$2
ADULTS

III
ish Center and Beth Emeth mies of the Arab countries AMERICANA
STUDENTS . . . $1 • •
"AMERICAN
GRAFFITI"
(PG)

Congregation. The report number in the hundreds of
• •

AMERICANA IV
states that if the plan is en- thousands.




dorsed by the boards of the
Informed sources within Is- "THE WAY WE WERE" (PG)

JR. WINGS


four northeast Philadelphia rael place the total of acti-
4

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vs.

congregations, the merger vated troops now stationed on BERKLEY

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WELLAND SABRES

Mon. & Tues. Open 6:30
The Oxford Circle administra- The Sunday Times estimates
"Vanishing Wilderness." A true i Thursday, Feb. 21 — 7:30 p.m.
tion has given tentative ap- that the truer count is closer life adventure story. Rated PG. •

proval.
to 250,000. The local Israeli For the entire family. At 7 and • Olympia Stadium :

According to the report, the press, which is subject to 9 o'clock.


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Detroit, Mich. 48208
door sessions by a 12-mem- quoted the London paper "Vanishing Wilderness," at 1, 3, • •

7 & 9. Sorry, no coupons or •

ber committee representing without any qualifications or 5,

passes accepted on this engage- •
the four congregations. The reservations.
•••••••••••••• OO . OO ••••••
ment.
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committee reportedly has de-
cided that the Oxford Circle
Synagogue would house the
regional elementary school
because it has ten class-
rooms and a large gymnas-
ium. One problem which pro-
ponents of the plan are con-
OPENS
cerned about is a possible
reaction by parents of chil-
Also Featuring
dren at the schools of the four
THRU
congregations, if the regional
plan is implemented. The
proponents reportedly are
concerned that parents may
question the need for their
affiliation with the individual
congregation if a regional
school is developed, with a
possible threat to the viability
of the participating syna-
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JERUSALEM (ZINS)—The
Arab weekly El Djemahour,
which appears in the old city
of Jerusalem, carried a story
on Golda Meir's last trip to
Washington.
Prior to Golda's departure,
according to the Arab paper,
she turned to her Jewish
housekeeper asking for her
blessing that her trip to
America be a successful one.
The housekeeper expressed
the wish that Golda would
succeed in charming Nixon as
Queen Ether once charmed
King Ahasuerus.
This brought tears and
laughter from Mrs. Meir. She
laughed, writes the paper, be-
cause Queen Esther was the
reigning beauty of her day.
She cried because President
Nixon was no all-powerful
King Ahasuerus, thanks to
the Watergate scandals.

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