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September 06, 1974 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-06

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Russian minesweepers that
have been operating provoca-
tively close to Israeli-control-
led waters in the Gulf of Suez
off Sinai have been with-
drawn. The Russians agreed
to keep their ships out of the
region, reportedly as a re-
sult of Israel's complaint to
the United Nations Emergen-
cy Force (UNEF) and UNEF
talks with the Soviet author-
ities.
According to a report
reaching here from the area,
the Russians announced their
withdrawal by loudspeaker
to an Israeli navy patrol boat
of the Dabour class which
approached a T-43 type mine-
sweeper in the Gulf of Suez.
The voice , on the speaker
stated in English that there
would be no more penetra-
tions into Israeli-controlled
waters as the sweepers had
completed their mission of
clearing minefields planted
by the Egyptians.
After the announcement,
the Russian craft sailed west-
ward away from Sinai and
no further Soviet naval ves-
sels were sighted.
Soviet provocation — the
motivation for which is still
unclear — reached a peak
Aug. 27 when a mine-sweep-
er turned its high pressure
water hoses on Israeli patrol
boats signaling it to leave the
coastal waters. There were
no casualties or damage.
In Jerusalem, Premier Yit-
zhak Rabin, who told 300
American Jewish community
leaders here that the fate
and future of the Jewish
state would be determined by
the events of the next 12
months, appealed to his fel-
low countrymen for unity in
solving Israel's pressing so-
cial and economic problems.
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internal economic and social

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position in accordance with
its national values, there can
be no basis on which Israel
can build its defenses, Rabin
declared at a special meet-
ing of the Labor Party's Tel
Aviv branch. "On the eve of
my departure for talks in
Washington, I know too well
the difficulties facing us in
this field," he said.
Rabin called for the estab-
lishment of new attitudes by
the public. "We can change
the attitude toward labor, the
laborer's morale, the distri-
bution of the national wealth
— all this can be done with-
out any help from outside,"
Rabin told his Labor Party
colleagues.

Addressing the closing
dinner of the three-day spe-
cial 1974 Prime Ministers
Mission of United Jewish Ap-
peal, Rabin warned that re-
sumption of hostilities was a
real possibility. "We have
learned that unless we are
strong, no one will save us.
The nation's leadership has
explored every avenue to-
ward peace, and if another
war breaks out the people
must know that it is because
we 'have no alternative," Ra-
bin said.

Sapir Paints Gloomy Picture
of Latin Jews Ties to Judaism

TEL AVIV (JTA) — A
gloomy picture of the situa-
tion of Jews in Latin America
as far as their ties to Juda-
ism are concerned was
painted by Pinhas Sapir,
chairman of the Jewish
Agency and World Zionist
Organization Executives, on
his return from an extended
visit to Jewish communities
in that region.
Sapir, who spent time in
Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Bra-
zil, Argentina, Uruguay and
Venezuela said the situation
was discouraging because
"Jewish education there is
very shallow and does- not
embrace the entire Jewish
population."
He said that 75 per cent of
the Jewish populations in the
countries he visited had no
connections with Judaism
through studies or education-
al institutions. He expressed
serious concern over the high
incidence of mixed marriages
and said that even in cases
where the non-Jewish spouse
converts, the children do not
receive a Jewish education.
Sapir said that while Jew-
ish youth movements pro-
liferate in Latin America,
only 100 Jewish. youths emi-

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Saudi Official Hopeful
Middle East Problem
Will Soon be Solved
WASHINGTON — Saudi
Arabian Foreign Minister
Omar' Saqaaf emerged from
a three-hour meeting with
Secretary of State Henry A.
Kissinger at the State De-
partment to tell reporters that
he hoped the Middle East
problem "will soon be solv-
ed" and that he was confi-
dent that Kissinger would
"continue his efforts to
achieve a final settlement
based on justice and the
rights - of the people in the
area."
But the Saudi diplomat
pointedly ignored a question
by the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency as to whether the
final settlement he envisaged
included an independent Is-
rael.
Saqaaf, who is here for the
latest in Kissinger's continu-
ing talks with Middle East
figures and who met with
President Ford at the White
House, was understood to be
carrying a letter to the
President from King Faisal.
Although there is no indica-
tion of its contents, observ-
ers here believe the Saudi
monarch may be hinting that

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grated to Israel from that
region last year. He attributed
the aliya lag to Israel's secu-
rity situation and to gloomy
letters received from earlier
emigres.
He said the discouraging
reports were not always due
to lack of housing or unem-
ployment, citing a letter from
one recent immigrant who
said he had a flat and a job
but no friends. "That loneli-
ness must be eliminated by
us," Sapir said.
Asked about the anticipated
influx of Jews from the
Soviet Union, he said that Is-
rael was capable of absorb-
ing 100,000 a year.

El Fatah Propaganda
Hits Rio de Janeiro

RIO DE JANERIO (JTA)

— Pamphlets against Jews,
signed by El Fatah, the Pal-
estinian terrorist group, have
been mailed to many firms,
a number of them Jewish,
according to Jewish commun-
ity leaders. One of the pam-
phlets has the slogan: "Death
to the Zionist Jews."
Jewish community leaders
here cited a recent infiltra-
tion of Arab and leftist anti-
Israel propaganda in Rio's
university campuses. It was
reported that a Jewish stu-
dent was beaten by other
students when he voiced op-
position to an anti-Israel at-
tack made by a lecturer on
Afro-Asian problems at Rio's
Candido Mendes University.
The lecturer was a Jewish
woman journalist.

Israel Tourism Chief

NEW YORK (JTA)—Israel
Zuriel will head Israel's min-
istry of tourism in North
America, replacing Amram
Zur who now heads Histad-
rut's travel agency, Histur,
in Israel.

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Friday, Sept. 6, 19741-15

he would relax his efforts to
lower oil prices unless the
U.S. puts more pressure on
Israel in a Middle East peace
settlement.
Kissinger told reporters
that he and the foreign min-
ister had discussed bilateral
relations between the U.S.
and Saudi Arabia and the
next steps toward Middle
East peace. He said they had
achieved "good progress"
and "understanding" and
that "from our point of view"
the talks were "productive."
Kissinger also affirmed
that he would be going to the
Middle East some time in
October for what he termed
a "quick trip" but did not
say which countries he would
visit. His trip, however, will
take place after his meet-
ing with Israeli Premier
Yitzhak Rabin. By then the
secretary will have met offi-
cials from Egypt, Jordan,
Syria, Saudi Arabia and Is-
rael.
Kissinger's trip will also
precede the resumption of
the Geneva talks tentatively
scheduled for some time in
November.
When the JTA reporter
asked Saqaaf whether his
country's desire for a peace-
ful solution in the Middle
East envisaged an independ-
ent Israel — a question ask-
ed of previous Saudi visitors
and never answered by any
of them — Saqaaf abruptly
turned away and engaged in
conversation with Secretary
Kissinger who was standing
at his side.
A moment later, when JTA
asked Kissinger if Saqaaf
had given assurances on an
independent Israel, the sec-
retary replied, "All our de-
cisions are in that frame-
work. There is no other pos-
sibility for any discussions
in which we participate."

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