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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-04

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Scholarly Judaica Encyclopedia Prints Its 1974 Yearbook

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NEW YORK—The Ency-
clopedia Judaica will begin
distributing its second year
book in December.
The volume covers the
events of 1973 and up-dates
existing material in the en-

cyclopedia which was origi-
nally published in 19710
The 1974 year book contains
several full-length feature
articles by distinguished Is-
raeli, American and Euro-
pean authors. Among them

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NEW YORK (ZINS) — The
Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica recently mourned the
deaths of Seldon and Eitan
Bard, son-in-law and grand-
child of Beinesh Epstein, con-
sultant of the public affairs
department of the ZOA. The
Bards were among the vic-
tims of a recent TWA crash
on their way from Tel Aviv
to New York.

NEW YORK (ZINS) — Is-
raeli Gen. Ariel Sharon said
that Israel is now militarily
strong enough to decisively
defeat the Arab armies if
war again breaks out, and to
defeat them on the scale of
Israel's victory in the Six-
Day War.
He said that Israel must
only accept a real peace,
with all it implies about open
borders, diplomatic and trade
relations, and not a paper
peace. He said, however, that

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than 100 miles length, and
must also retain the oil wells
in the Sinai from which it
now obtains 60 percent of its
oil requirements.
Gen. Sharon expressed his
concern that the U.S. might
be encouraging false Arab
hopes that Israel could be
forced to give back all the
territory gained in the Six-
Day War. He warned that Is-
rael would under no circum-
stances give up territory it
considered essential to its
security and existence.

Israeli Scholars
to Visit U.S. Jews

GEN. ARIEL SHARON

he does not believe that the
Even a single grain of Arabs are ready for peace.
Sharon made it clear at a
wheat is not exactly like an-
press
conference that Israel
other.
— Talmud must retain the entire West
Bank and the Gaza Strip. Re-
garding the Sinai, he said
there are are ways of reach-
ing an agreement with Egypt.
However, he also said that
Israel must retain Sharm el-
Sheik and the adjacent terri-
tory.
He also said that Israel
must insist on a short front
line with Egypt, of no more

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Sharon Says Israel Will Defeat
Arabs If New War Breaks Out

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are: Gen. Chaim Herzog and
Prof. Moshe Davis, two of
several contributors to a 57-
page section on the Yom Kip-
pur War; Norman Lamm,
who writes about "Judaism
and the Modern Attitude to
Homosexuality" and Herman
Weiner who discusses "Jew-
ish Mysticism and the Cur-
rent Jewish Scene."
There is also a major arti-
cle by Alvin I. Schiff on "Jew-
ish Day Schools in the United
States" and a 19-page anal-
ysis of 'the "Theological Im-
plications of the State of
Israel" by noted Catholic,
Jewish and Protestant
scholars.
The volume also contains a
comprehensive study of the
reaction of world Jewry to
the Yom Kippur War.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Arabs Say Israel
Threatened to Use
Atom Bomb in War

NEW YORK—Twenty-three
Israeli scholars will spend
two weeks in American Jew-
ish communities, as partici-
pants in the annual "Scholars-
in-Residence" program, spon-
sored jointly by the Ameri-
can Zionist Youth Foundation
and the American Zionist
Federation.
The program will span four
months, with the first schol-
ars arriving in late October.
"Scholars-in-Residence" was
initiated in 1972.
While in his host commu-
nity, the scholar will give
concentrated exposure to mat-
ters of Jewish interest and to
concerns of Israel. He will
meet with Jewish college stu-
dents on nearby campuses
and with teen-agers and ad-
ults from the Jewish commu-
nity.
In addition to giving formal
lectures on topics such as
"Prospects for Peace in the
Middle East," "Political and
Social Problems of Israel,"
"The Jewishness of the Jew-
ish State," "Current Jewish
Thought," "Modern Jewish
Art and Literature," "Israeli
Law,' the scholar also will
meet with small groups and
conduct seminars with com-
munity leaders. He will also
discuss his special area of
interest and will have on
hand samples of his works.
Shykeh Tadmor, comman-
der of the Israeli Youth
Corps, "Gadna," will visit
Detroit.

BOSTON ,(ZINS) —Accord-
ing to the Beirut correspond-
ent - of the Christian Science
Monitor several Arab diplo-
mats have stated that, under
certain conditions, Israel
would not hesitate to use
atomic weapons.
According to these reports, Arab Students Seen
Israel is alleged to have of- Studying Hebrew
ficially advised the govern- LONDON (ZINS) — The
ments of Egypt and Syria study of Hebrew is becoming
that any deployment by them increasingly popular at Arab
of the Soviet-made "SCUD" universities, according to a
rocket , (a medium range report in the London Observ-
ground - to - ground missile) er. Egypt was the first to
would be countered by Is- introduce the study of He-
rael's use of atomic war- brew in its schools of higher
heads. The report empha- learning, and was followed
sizes that Israel has never by Arab universities in Rab-
formally acknowledged it bat Amman, Khartoum, and
possesses a tomic weapons.
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