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16—Friday, May 17, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

New Golan Settlement Amidst
Gunfire; Concert Interrupted

TEL AVIV (JTA) — A new
settlement, H a r o o v, was
founded on the southern
Golan Heights last week, a
demonstration of Israel's de-
termination to populate the
region which is under daily
Syrian artillery barrage.

Festivities had to be
curtailed, however, because
of the situation on the north-
ern front. Relatives and
friends of the new settlers
driving up for the occasion
were stopped at a roadblock
and transferred to a special
bus for the last leg of the
trip to the site of Haroov.
The Israel Philharmonic Or-
chestra, which gave a con-
cert at the inauguration, per-
formed for only 10 minutes
instead of the customary one
hour.
Golan Heights settlers are
fearful that any surrender of
territory captured in 1967 in
the interests of disengage-
ment with Syria will jeopar-
dize their safety. Addressing
himself to that problem,
Minister-Without-Portfolio Is-
rael Galin declared at a
meeting of the Kibutz
Ha meuhad Movement that
while the government seeks

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disengagement with Syria it
would allow "no question
mark to hover over the con-
tinued existence of the Golan
settlements."
Meanwhile, Israeli authori-
ties have adopted a position
of no hindrance and no help
toward 25 young settlers who
took over the deserted Syrian
town of Kuneitra on the
Golan Heights Monday with
the declared intention of es-
tablishing a permanent Jew-
ish settlement there.
"We are not here as a
protest. We have come here
to settle, to cultivate the
Kuneitra valley," a spokes-
man for the group, Assaf
Kotten, told reporters.
It seemed clear, however,
that the move was aimed
against reported territorial
concessions to the Syrians
which include a partial Is-
raeli withdrawal from Kunei-
tra and two adjacent villages.
The settlers come from
other parts of the Golan
Heights and from as far
away as Mar Etzion and Kir-
yat Arba near Hebron. They
moved into Kuneitra secretly,
taking possession of aban-
doned buildings on the out-
skirts of town.
The Jewish Agency's settle-
ment department said that it
would not provide funds for
the Kuneitra group because
it had no plans for more
settlements in the northern
Golan Heights.
Likud leader Menahem
Begin, addressing a large
rally in Haifa, protested
against withdrawal from Ku-
neitra or any part of the
Golan Heights captured in
the Six-Day War.
A Druze notable, whose
son was killed in action with.
the Israeli army, urged the
government not to abandon
the Golan Druze.
Haifa police searched the
neighborhood of the Likud
rally for unknown persons
who dumped water on Begin
while he spoke.

Mizrachi Conversion
Stand Is Opposed

TEL AVIV (ZINS)—About
57 per cent of the Israeli
population is opposed to the
demands of Mizrachi-Hapoel-
Hamizrachi that Israel should
only recognize those conver-
sions to Judaism which are
carried out by the Orthodox
Rabbinate, according to a
recent survey by PORI (Pub-
lic Opinion Research Insti-
tute).
Severest opposition was
voiced by the more affluent
sections of the population
and by recent new settlers
from America and Europe,
and the native-born sabras.
Only 28.6 per cent in these
categories supported the Or-
thodox position on conversion.
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WASHINGTON (JTA)—The I The labor leaders also said
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demanded, in a resolution ad- ing the Yom Kippur War
opted here, that the U. S. "painfully demonstrated, as
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its expanding relationships the acute threats under
with the Arab countries, which the Israeli people
"that would in any way di- live."
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lites."
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mostly of women and chil-
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The bulk of the volume
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chairman of the Jewish reli-
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had proposed that the bricks
from the ghetto wall should
be incorporated in Jewish
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and throughout the world as
a tribute to the heroic revolt.
But the idea never materiali-
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Falashas Are True
Jews : Rabbi Yosef

NEW YORK (ZINS)—The
Sephardic chief rabbi of Is-
rael, Ovadiah Yosef, stated
at a press conference that
the Falashas (the black Jews
of Abyssinia) are authentic
Jews, descendants of the
tribe of Dan which was dis-
persed into exile after the
destruction of the First
Temple.
Rabbi Yosef noted that this
ruling was first made by
Rabbi Yaacov Kastrow some
330 years ago. He said that
there are only 20,000 Falashas
left in Abyssinia and that
they are being subjected to
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the last standing wall of the
former ghetto of Warsaw, an
historical relic of a tragic
era and a warning for the
future, it was stated here by
Hillel Zeidel, member of
Knesset, who attended the
conference on Soviet Jewry.
Zeidel told the JTA that
he and his friends were try-
ing to prevent the demolition
of the ghetto wall, and that
he had been discussing this
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