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January 24, 1975 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-24

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Philly Elderly Aid

PHILADELPHIA (JTA)-
The state of Pennsylvania
has granted $159,000 to the
Jewish - sponsored Philadel-
phia Geriatric Center for a
new program for the elderly
to refer them to public health
and welfare programs.

IJDL Begins U.S. Demonstrations to Keep Arab Territories

NEW YORK (JTA)—Rabbi
Meir Kahane, founder of the
Jewish Defense League,
called on American Jews
Sunday to stage educational
campaigns, demonstrations,
sit-ins and take-overs to con-
vince both the American and
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rael should not give up any
territory. He said the pro-
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government, Israeli govern-
ment and American Jewish
organizations.
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After the speech, Kahane
and 47 other demonstrators
were arrested in a clash with
police outside the Soviet UN
mission in which six persons,
including two policemen,
were slightly injured. Two of
the demonstrators were held
on felonious assault charges
but the rest, including Ka-
hane, were released after be-
ing given summonses for dis-
orderly conduct.
The clash occurred when
s c o r es of demonstrators
blocked traffic near the mis-
sion. Some tried to crash
police barriers. After the
arrests several dozen dem-
peacefully in the area with-
out further incidents.
Meanwhile the FBI is in-
vestigating the firing of two
22 cal. bullets into the So-
viet mission, and the defac-
ing of a United Nations of-
fice in Washington. A hand-
painted sign on the outside
of the building stated:
"There is no land Of Oz and
there is no Palestine."
In a long speech before
the demonstration, Kahane
was critical of Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger
whose policies he said would
lead to the destruction of the
United States as well as Is-
rael. He was also strongly
critical of Israeli leaders who

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he said did not represent the the Israeli government.
Jewish people. Kahane called for a pro-
Kahane accused Kissinger fram in the United States of
and Israeli leaders of lying educating American Jews
because they said there was and convincing the Ford ad-
no American pressure on Is- ministration that if it caused
rael. He said if Israel made Israeli withdrawals President
withdrawals without U.S. Ford would lose votes in 1976.
pressure then her govern- He also urged Jews joining
ment's leaders should be im- in with Fundamentalist Prot-
peached. He charged Amer- estants who, he said, believed
ican Jewish leaders with act- in a Jewish state for religious
ing only on the approval of reasons.

Columnist Defends M.E. Position

Columnists Rowland Evans
and Robert Novak have re-
ceived numerous letters of
protest following a recent ex-
pose in which Stephen Nord-
linger describes the "admit-
tedly anti-Israel bias" of
Evans' Middle East columns.
Evans sent the Near East
Report a copy of a letter in
which he responds to one of
his critics. (The same mater-
ial was used in their national-
ly syndicated column on
Tuesday.) Following are ex-
cerpts:
Neither my partner, Robert
Novak, nor I have ever know-
ingly stated publicly or pri-
vately an •"anti-Israel bias"
in our reporting of the Mid-
dle East. Indeed, we assure
you as candidly as we can
that no such bias exists either
overtly or in our hearts.
The quote attributed to m.
by Stephen Nordlinger-- in
MORE magazine resulted
either from his misunder-
standing of what I told him
or from my own lack of pre-
cision. What I told him was
as follows:
During the five years Yitz-
hak Rabin was ambassador
to the United States I
lunched with him regularly
. . . Toward the end of his
tour of duty here he told me
—as he had many times be-
fore—how his Jewish friends
in this country often chas-
tised him for spending time

Allon to Visit
France in March

with one (me) who was "antY.-
Semitic"—Rabin told me his
stock response to that charge
was . . . Evans is not anti-
Semitic, he is anti-Israel. Of
course, General Rabin was
and is entitled to his opinion,
but it was his. As I told him
many times, I am not "anti-
Israel." .. . .
Let me reassure you that
only one consideration moti-
vates our reporting on the
Middle East: what we feel is
going to be in the best inter-
ests of our own country, the
United States ; not the Arabs
and not Israel. If that is a sin,
we plead guilty.
Indeed, my own relation-
ship with Israel is far closer,
far more intimate than with
any other country in the
world, with the possible ex-
ception of Great Britain. I
have spent more time there
than any other foreign coun-
try: My son worked there one
summer on a kibutz in Gali-
lee. I have many friends and
acquaintances in Israel, and
highly value their friendship.

Allon Asks Herzog
to Succeed Tekoah

NEW YORK — Haim Her-
zog, who served as Israeli
military, naval and air at-
tache in Washington from
1950 through 1954, has been
asked by Foreign Minister
Yigal Allon to succeed Yosef
Tekoah this summer as the
head of Israel's United Na-
tions delegation, according
to the New York Times.
Tekoah is retiring. Herzog
is a former general and di-
rector of Israeli intelligence,
but is known as a military
analyst. His sister-in-law is
married to Israel's former
chief delegate at the UN,
Abba Eban.

Final Payment Set
for Nazi Victims

BONN (JTA) — Jewish
victims of Nazism are to re-
ceive a final payment from
West Germany, a govern-
ment spokesman said follow-
ing a meeting between Chan-
cellor Helmut Schmidt and
the floor leaders of the three
Bundestag parties.
The payment would be
made to persecutees who
could not claim reparation
under existing legislation.

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PARIS (JTA) — French
Foreign Minister Jean Sau-
vagnargues announced that
Israel Foreign Minister Yi-
gal Allon will arrive on an
official visit to France in
March. His visit will be the
fir s t ministeral visit to
France since October 1968
when Abba Eban met his
French colleague, Michel De-
bre, in Paris.
Allon will meet with Presi-
dent Valery Giscard D'Es-
taing, Premier Jacques Chi-
rac and Sauvagnargues.
Sauvagnargues said his
government will do nothing
to impede Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger's step-
by-step diplomacy. He said,
however, that "one day a
global approach will be need-
ed in order to settle all the
outstanding issues."

Golda's Condition
Reported Good

JERUSALEM ( J T A ) —
Former Premier Golda Meir
was operated on her eye re-
cently at Hadassah Medical
Center in Jerusalem to re-
move a cataract. Her condi-
tion was reported as good.
Doctors said she will need
a period of rest at home be-
fore she can return to her
regular activities.

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