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March 07, 1975 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-03-07

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Temple U. Offers Israel Law Study

Temple University School of
.Law will sponsor three over-
seas summer sessions in
Rome, Italy; Accra, Ghana;
and Jerusalem, Israel this
summer for law students or
law school graduates.
The common focus of the

`Israel Economy
Ahead of Arabs'


Israel's economy is ahead of
its Arab neighbors in every
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respect, but the gap has
been widening in its favor
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• and is likely to widen fur-
ther in the future, according
to Prof. Eliyahu Kanovsky,
of the.department of eco-
nomics' at Israel's Bar-Ilan
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Shenandoah Country Club

Ben-Gurion Kin Attend Tribute

three programs is interna-
tional law and comparative
law. Visits to the host coun-
try's courts and other legal
institutions will be fea-

The Israel -program, July
16 through Aug. 22, will be
co-sponsored by Temple,
American University Law
School and Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem, where the
classes will be held.

Course offerings include
Middle Eastern law, labor
law, law of negligence and
current issues of interna-
tional law:

For infOrmation, write
Alan H. Silverstein; Temple
University Law School,
Philadelphia, Pa., 19122.


The Hagopian brothers invite you to share in our
spectacular new and used oriental rug sale.
All of our magnificent rugs, including Persian,
Indian, Chinese and Pakistani, will be on sale for
up to . 30% off the regular retail price.
So come to Hagopian's Oriental Rug Sale...to save
money on our beautiful rugs and enjoy yourself too.

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Yariv Ben-Eliezer, second from right, grandson of
the late Israel Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, is
standing in front of a large portrait of his grandfather
displayed at the Ben-Gurion Memorial Meeting in New
York, sponsored by the American Zionist Federation.
The event was held to pay tribute to Ben-Gurion. Shown
are, from left; Pinhas Cruso, honorary president of the
Labor Zionist Alliance, Udi and Yoash Ben-Eliez,er,
Ben-Eliezer's sons and Ben-Gurion's great-grandsons;
Ben-Eliezer; and Ambassador David Itivlin, counsul
general of Israel in New York.

Assad Retreating. on Peace?

The State Department has
chosen not to react to the
apparent retreat by Damas-
cus from Syrian President
Hafez Assad's statement
that he would sign a formal
peace treaty with Israel if
certain conditions were ful-

That statement, con-
tained in a Newsweek mag-
azine interview with Assad,
was hailed by Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger at
his press conference here as
"a major step forward" by
Syria and an indication of
its changed attitude toward
a Middle East peace settle-

But a statement put out
in Arabic by the director of
President Assad's press of-
fice in Damascus said that
the report of the Newsweek
interview "does not truly
reflect its contents, particu-
larly concerning the ques-
tion of a peace treaty."
Asked to comment on Da-
mascus' back-tracking,
State Department spokes-
man Robert Anderson said
he had not seen the Damas-
cus statement. He repeated,
however, that any willing-
ness to sign a peace treaty is
a major step.

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The brief statement by
Assad's press aide did not
specify what may have
been misquoted from the
Newsweek interview
which has not been pub-
lished in Arabic. Sources
here believe that the Assad
interview was intended for
American consumption
and the disclaimer was
prompted by Kissinger's
upbeat reaction to it.

In New York, Yaakov
Morris, minister of the - Per-
manent Mission of Israel to
the United Nations, told a
Labor Zionist Alliance lead-
ership seminar here that
"Israel is determined that

this time it will not emerge
from negotiations with
worthless scraps of paper or
guarantees so vague that
they represent nothing
more than a propaganda
shield instead of - security."

hundred Labor Zionist Alli-
ance leaders from the east-
ern seaboard at Grossin-
ger's Hotel, Morris said that
"Israel's approach to territo-
rial settlement is exclusively
determined by defensibility,
not expansion. Withdrawal
is conditional on political
concessions, which are after
all concessions to peace by
the Arabs.. If the Arabs
demonstrate palpable. evi-
dence of peaceful intent ; Is-
rael will be flexible on the
territorial question. It is not
territory which is central to
the conflict, but peace and

Meanwhile, former For-
eign Minister Abba Eban
claimed here that "the dead-
lock in the Mideast persists
not because of an Israeli re-
fusal to evacuate territory
but because of -the Arab re-
fusal to make peace."

Addressing some 100 la-
bor leaders at a luncheon
of the American Trade
Union Council for Histad-
rut here, Eban reiterated
his call for an early return
to the Geneva peace con-
ference. He said that 197
should be a. "year of pro-
found exploration of the
total issue of peace."

Eban stated that Arab
moderation cannot be en-
couraged "unless there is
more resistance to Arab
extremists" on the part of
the international commu-
nity. "The international in-
dulgence given to the terror-
ists, hijackers, and boycott
organizations has made it
impossible for Arab moder-
ation to break through,"
Eban said.

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