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August 09, 1974 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-09

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Nazi Sympathizer
Gets Copenhagen
University Post

COPENHAGEN (JTA) —
Amid sharp public protest, a
Danish Nazi sympathizer has
been named lecturer at the
Aarhus University, it was re-
vealed here.
Poul Heinrich Riis-Knud-
sen, who has never hidden
lls admiration for Hitler and
he Third Reich, is due to
begin teaching German lit-
erature and language at
Aarhus Sept. 1.
The university f a culty
Prof. Ernst Ditmer,
s tiis-Knudsen was chosen
becci'use he was the best
qualified among the four
candidates applying for the
position. He added that the
"political sympathies of our
professors" do not concern
the university. Last year,
Riis-Knudsen was appointed
to teach 'a course in "The
Science of Fascism and Naz-
ism," at the university, but
public. outrage forced the
college officials to cancel his
appointment.

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NORTHLAND

Tekoah Denies Syrian Charges on Abductions and Kuneitra

UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
— Yosef Tekoah, Israel's
ambassador to the United
Nations, denied a Syrian
charge that Israeli forces had
abducted three Syrian vil-
lagers from the Syrian vil-
lage of Hadhar after Israel
handed the village over to
the United Nations Disen-
gagement Observer Force.
In a letter to Secretary
General Kurt Waldheim, Te-
koah said that the three Syr-
ians were detained "because
of their active involvement
in terror activities against
Israel."
He added that the detention

took place while the village
was still under Israel control
on June 16 and two days be-
fore it was evacuated and
handed over to UNDOF.
He said that "the Syrian
allegation that the three per-
sons were detained on June
19 has no foundation what-
ever."
Tekoah also refuted charg-
es by Syria that Israeli fore-

es, withdrawing from Syrian
territory, had wrecked and
destroyed the town of Kunei-
tra and other villages. Tekoah
referred to the Syrian charg-
es as "malicious and false"
and contended that all dam-
ages are the "direct result of
the war Syria has waged
against Israel."

JEWELERS

Classifieds Get Quick Results

The Syrian accusations
were included in a letter by
Haissam Kelani, the Syrian
Our hospitals need 'blood. ambassador, to Waldheim.
Why not give it?—The mos- Kelani charged Israel with
quitoes are going to get it detaining three. Syrian vil-
anyway.
lagers allegedly abducted by

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

George
OHRENSTEIN

Israeli forces from the town
of Hadar. Tekoah said this
charge was being investigat-
ed.

Friday, August 9, 1974 3

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