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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-02

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LAWYERS

U.S. Students Study
Issues Vital to Jewry

Mythical Likud Cabinet

ROSEN

NEW YORK — A team of
students in the social sciences
and law has joined the staff
of the Institute for Jewish
Policy Planning and Re-
search of the Synagogue
Council of America for the
summer, to investigate sev-
eral issues currently con-
fronting American Jewry.
The institute, chaired by
Philip M. Klutznick of Chi-
cago, was established two
years ago by the Synagogue
Council of America, which is
the coordinating body for the
rabbinic and congregational
agencies of Orthodox, Con-
servative and Reform Juda-
ism.

By MOSHE RON
Jewish News
Jerusalem Correspondent
TEL AVIV—For the first
time there is high tension in
the Likud-parties. The lead-
ers of the Liberal Party, Dr.
Elinelach Rimalt, Arye Dul-
zin, Simcha Erlich and Josef
Tamir, have criticized openly
their party member general
Arie' Sharon. This criticism
comes after Defense Minister
Shimon Peres and the chief
of the general staff, Mota
Gur, have offered Gen.
Sharon to return to active
service in the Israeli Army
and abandon his political ca-
reer and Knesset mandate.
Rumors said that it was even
promised to Sharon that he
would become the next chief
of staff of the Israeli army.
Parties and newspapers
voiced strong criticism
against the return of Sharon
in the army, often he had
urged soldiers not to carry
out orders of their officers to
remove Jewish settlers from
Nablus. The leader of the
Liberal Party, of which Shar-
on is a member, criticized
this attitude of Sharon strong-
ly and also the personal at-
tacks which Sharon had di-
rected against some leaders
of the party.
Dr. Rimalt said at a meet-
ing of the executive bureau
of the Liberal Party: "There
can be a discussion about
each theme, but there must
be a limit to the expressions.
If there would be expressions
like those of Sharon, we
could not sit together around
the same table. We cannot
live with such a style." Dr.
Rimalt criticized the endeav-
or to settle in Nablus without
a permission from the author-
ities. It seems, the Liberal
Party would be happy, if
Sharon would abandon his
political career, quit the
Knesset and return to the
army.
There is no "peace" be-
tween the leader of the Free
"Center Shmuel Tamir and Li-
kud. A while ago there ap-
peared an advertisement in
the Israeli newspapers about
a "shadow-cabinet", if Likud
would obtain the power. Prof.
Yigal Yadin was proposed as
premier and not Menahem
Begin, who was designated
as chairman of the Jewish

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NEW YORK (JTA)—Rabbi
Shmuel M. Butman, director
of the college and university
section of the Lubavitcher
Youth Organization, was
scheduled to leave for Europe
and Israel Monday on a spe-
cial mission to strengthen
the relations between the
youth organization in the
United States and Israel.
Rabbi Butman said he
would also seek to intensify
the Lubavitcher Rebbe's five-
point "mitzva campaign" to
have all Jews put on tefilin,
have mezuzot and prayer
books in their houses, give
charity and study the Torah
daily.
He said he would also buy
mezuzot in Israel because of
the shortage of ritually ac-
ceptable m e z u z o t in the
United States.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Agency. Arik Sharon was
proposed as minister for the
police, Ezer Weizman as de-
fense minister and Shmuel
Tamir as foreign minister.

ROSH HASHONA

This advertisement aroused
a storm in Likud. The lead-
ers of Herut defined it as a
provocation against Mena-
hem Begin. They suspected
Shmuel Tamir as initiator of
the advertisement. The col-
league of Tamir in the Free
Center, Elieser Shostak, did
not come to his aid in the
sharp debate in Likud-Execu-
tive. He claimed that he was
hoarse and could not speak,
but in an interview he ex-
pressed his dissatisfaction
with the activity of Tamir
toward Likud and stressed,
that he thinks Menahem Be-
gin as leader of Likud.

The leaders of Gahal (Her-
ut and the liberals) do not
lick honey with partners like
Arie Sharon and Shmuel Ta-
mir in the Likud. The contro-
versies and suspicions within
Likud do not strengthen the
opposition against the gov-
ernment of Yizhak Rabin,
though this has lost outstand-
ing political leaders like
Golda Meir, Moshe Dayan,
Pinhas Sapir and Abba Eban.

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