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December 27, 1974 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-27

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Detroiters Start Propaganda Fight

A large group of Detroit
Jewish and professional
leaders have begun an "Op-
eration Truth" organization
to counter propaganda of the
Arab League.

The group is planning a
large-scale publicity cam-
paign in the daily news-
papers and on radio and
television. A two-page ad-
vertisement about the group

Dayan Wants Out of Golan

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Moshe Dayan jolted Israel
in a weekend television in-
terview by declaring that as
long as Israel remained on
the Golan Heights the "sword
of war" would remain dan-

Wilson Defends
3alfour Declaration;
Egypt Is Angered

--

TEL AVIV—It was report-
ed here that the foreign re-
lations committee of the
Egyptian parliament criti-
cized British Prime Minister
Harold Wilson for defending
the Balfour Declaration.
The committee said Wil-
son, in his statement, reject-
ed a demand by the Palestin-
ian hijackers in Tunis that
he repudiate the Balfour
Declaration in the name of
the British government.
"The Balfour Declaration
which the British prime min-
ister volunteered to defend
was an historical fault, not
only because it betrayed the
basic rights of the Palestin-
ian people, but also because
it planted the sees of strug-
gle and violence in the Holy
Land," the committee noted.
It said that as a result, Wil-
son's statement" cannot serve
the cause of peace in this
region."

The first winner is the last
loser.

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filing over its head.
In a clarification statement
to the newspaper Yediot Sun-
day, Dayan said he was not
proposing that Israel leave
the Golan Heights. He sim-
ply wanted to stress that the
key to war or peace was the
Golan.
Government leaders were
saying, Dayan continued in
his "clarification", that Is-
rael must do everything to
avoid war. They must real-
ize, he urged, that the deci-
sion to be faced was whetrer
to insist on remaining on the
Golan — even though Syria
would never accept that situ-
ation and would try to renew
the war because of it—or
whether to relinquish the Go-
lan if Israel's overriding aim
were to avoid war at all
costs.
In the original TV inter-
view, Dayan also said: "If
Egypt is not prepared for a
separate settlement, without
Syria, then not even our most
tempting proposals (to Egypt)
will make any difference—
unless we propose a settle-
ment with Syria, too, and a
settlement with Syria means
our relinquishing the Golan
Heights • . . I don't see any
two- or three-kilometer pull-
back from this or that hill
solving the problem as far
as Syria is concerned . . .
They just do not want us to
be there."
As for the West Bank, Day-
and continued, the situation
was quite different. Egypt
and Syria would not go to
war over the fact that there
were Israelis in Kiryat Arba
(near Hebron). "I don't see
the PLO, the Jordan govern-
ment, the Palestinians or any
Arab state going to war over
Judea and Samaria."

Yeshiva Citation

and its 'purpose appears in
the center of this newspaper.
The group is soliciting the
cooperation and funds from
the entire community to help
its program.
The organizers include:
Rabbi and Mrs. Joshua Sper-
ka, Rabbi James I. Gordon,
Rabbi Betzalel Gottlieb,
Harry Gordon, Howard Burg,
Hyman Beale, Mr. and Mrs.
M. Manuel Merzon, Kathie
Jarvis, Alex Roberg, and
Yosef Levanon.
Others are: Mrs. Merle
Silverman, Dr. Benjamin Ma-
gier, Erry Loewenthal, Ash-
er Berlin, Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Novetsky, Mr. and Mrs.
Morton Rosen, Philip Slomo-
vitz, Carmi Slomovitz, Louis
Viedrah, Zvi Tomkiewicz,
Drs. Boaz and Eva Kahan:a,
Martin S. Hayden and Rob-
ert E. Lubeck.
The group is soliciting
funds to help defray the
costs of publishing advertis-
ing and buying air time on
radio and TV. Tax deductible
donations to the Committee
for Justice to Israel should
be made payable to Mizrachi
Special Fund, 23125 Coolidge,
Oak Park 48237.

CHICAGO—Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Kozloff, former Detroit-
ers of Chicago, received a
citation of recognition from
Telshe Yeshiva upon the es-
tablishment of the Ben and
Helen Kozloff scholarship
fund. The fund will help stu-
dents receive a higher Jew-
ish education at the yeshiva.

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