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November 22, 1974 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-22

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Boris Sitio

Between You
. . .
Me'

Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, JTA
(Copyright 1974, JTA Inc.)

ANGRY GIVING: There is a new element in Jewish
giving to the United Jewish Appeal. An element of anger.
The UJA has noticed this new spirit in Jewish communities
all over the country,
Jews in America are now angry: at the United Nations
for inviting the Palestine Arab terrorist leaders; at the
sell-out of morality for Arab oil by Europe; at the silence
with which the world is ready to 'accept the nibbling up of
Israel by the Arabs piece by piece. They are also angry at
those Jews in this country who don't carvy out their re-
sponsibilities at this crucial time for Israel.
In their anger, many of them are giving more for UJA
in the 1975 fund-raising campaign than they gave -in pre-
vious critical. years for Israel, despite economic insecurity
in the United States. At this point the giving is 20 per cent
higher compared . to the Yom Kippur. War giving by the
same donors. And the campaign is only at its beginning.
The goal that the Jewish communities had set for them-
selves last year was $900,000,000 — $750,000,000 for Israel
and $150,000,000 for Jewish communal needs in the United
States. They raised only $675,000,000. But the goal for 1975
is again set at $900,000,000. Is it possible to raise more in
1975 than during the concluded Year? Encouraged by the
present response of the communities, the UJA lead&ship
says "yes."
*
MOODS IN COMMUNITIES: Many Jews in this country
have begun to realize that the Arab war against Israel is
developing into a war against Jews all over the world.
The recognition of this fact is growing as Arab rulers
become more adamant in their threats and more outspoken
in their intentions..Their frightening threats remind many
American Jews of 1967, when 40,000 graVes were dug in Tel
Aviv in expectation of a possible massive Arab air attack
on the city. The holocaust never came because Israel suc-
ceeded in destroying the Egyptian air force before they
started even to move from their bases. This time the pos-
sibility is not precluded that long-range missiles provided
by the Soviet Union may be used by Syria and Egypt.
Today Israel does not have diplomatic relations with a
majority of nations in the United Nations, while most of the
democratic countries -with which she does maintain such re-
lations are lukewarm to Israel's fate — preferring Arab oil
at any price, even at the cost of morality.,
Israel's isolation and loneliness, plus the growing Arab
power in oil, gold and influence against' the Jews, stimulates
American Jews to increased giving more than any speech
by any speaker.
*
ALERTNESS IN U.S.: American Jews may be exposed
to unprecedented Arab propaganda in the American press,
radio and television in which the Arab oil-potentates seek
now to acquire controlling interests through third parties.
They succeeded quietly to gain control over, the entire world
sugar crop this year, resulting in an unprecedented increase
in sugar prices.
It has been estimated that by investing $2 billion, the
Arab rulers can secure controlling power in numerous Amer-
ican publications and radio stations. And what is $2 billion
to them when their profits increase by several billion dollars
each month?
The tiny Arab oil state of Kuwait has purchased an
island off South Carolina for $17 million, while the ruler
of Saudi Arabia has acquired a controlling interest in a
California bank.
American Jews will thus now have the special responsi-
bility not only to interpret Israel to the American people
more vigorously but also to be on the alert with regard to
Arab intentions against the American Jewish community.
The Arab propaganda machine is now rich in funds and is
being fortified in this country at the cost of millions of
dollars, while Israel, facing a deficit of more than two billion
dollars, was forced to devalue drastically its currency and
to ,cut its imports.

AJCommittee Prints 'Experiencing Israel'

NEW YORK — Five young
American college f a c u 1 ty
members, who took part in a
seminar of academicians in
Israel sponsored by the
American Jewish Committee,
record their impressions in
the pamphlet, "Experiencing
Israel," published by the,
AJC's Jewish communal af-
fairs department.
Explaining the significance
of the program in the fore-
word, Yehuda Roseman, di-
rector of the department,
said that it arose from an
anti-Israel and anti-Jewish
attitude believed to be prev-
alent on American campuses.
The pamphlet, edited by

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
14—Friday, Nov. 22, 1974

Chaim Weizmann Biographical Quiz

QUIZ TWO
1. What did "practical Zi-
onism" call for?
2. How did Weizmann view
Jewish-Arab relations?
3. What was the content of
the Weizmann-Faisal agree-
ment?
4. What was Weizmann's
connection with the Jewish
Agency for Palestine?
5. Who was the non-Zion-
ist leader of American Jew-
ry who helped Weizmann es-
tablish an enlarged Jewish
Agency?
6. What was Weizmann's
connection with Hebrew Uni-
versity?
7. What was Weizmann's
plea • before the United Na-
tions at Lake Success?
8. When and where did the
first president of Israel,
Chaim Weizmann, take of-
fice?
9. What was the president's
oath of office and who ad-
ministered the oath?
10. What well-known bibli-
cal phrase did Weizmann
use in his speech of *accept-
ence of Palestine Liberation
ance as president.
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