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December 13, 1974 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Dec. 13, 1974-45

MSU Professor Suggests Israel Join Western Nations Group

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Dr. Mordechai • Kreinen,
professor of economics at
Michigan State University
and well-informed on Israeli
international relations, wrote
the New York Times this
week to suggest that Israel
should become
a member of
Organiza-
tion of Econo--
mic Coopera-
tion and De-
velopment.
Dr. Kreinen
wrote:
Israel's in-
creasing isola-
tion in the KREINEN
U.N. and its specialized agen-
cies is becoming abundantly
evident.
The Atab --Soviet - African
bloc has the votes to ex-
pel the Jewish state from
practically any of the U.N.
practically .any of the UN

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nothing to do with the sub-
stance of the case, as the
UNESCO decition - clearly
illustrates.
Add to this the fact that
Israel is not a member of any
alliance, military or other-
wise, and the feeling of iso•
lation can be depressing.
A partial break from isola-
tion can be provided by ad:__
mitting Israel as the 24th
member of the Paris-based
Organization of Economic
Cooperation and Develop-
ment.
Consisting of the industrial
countries of the West: the
O.E.C.D. has no military and
little political content. Main-
ly, it is an organ for cooper-
ation in various economic
matters.
Being a semi-industrial
country itself, Israel belongs
in the O.E.C.D.; it meets
practically all the criteria
for membership.
Major objections to its ad-
mission are bound to be
based on political rather than
substantive-economic coneid-
erations and are likely to
come from France and per-
haps Italy.

"

But O.E.C.D. decisions do
not require unanimity, "and
France has excluded itself
from some O.E.C.D. organs
in the past.

It is suggested that the
U.S. sponsor Israel's admis-
Sion to the G.E.C.D. and
place the full weight of its
influence behind this effort.

, On the other hand, several
European countries are like-
ly to be highly sympathetic
to Israel's membership.. And
the O.E.C.D. has_ no Afro-
Asian-Soviet members, to
block its entry.

- Although devoid of - a mili-
tary or even a strong politi-
cal, content, such member-
ship has the potential of pro-
viding multilateral links to
countries with which Israel
has most in common.

Mahler Greeted on 70th Birthday

He has also beenvily._____
The 70th birthday Monday
of Detroit industrialist and involved in the Allied Jewish _
Jewish communal servant Campaign-Israel Emergency
Milton Mahler was marked
with scores 'of greetings.
Many paid tribute to Mah-
ler's 40 years of service to
the Jewish community.
He is a former president
and member of the board of
directors of the Jewish Horne
for the Aged, and a member
of the Camp Tamarack Au-
thority, a member of the
executive committee of the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
and a former president of the
Detroit Service Group.

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