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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, May 9, 1975

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connection with his advo-
cacy of "open covenants
openly arrived at (April 25,
Page.2)." How many are
aware of his statement in
the New York Times of
March 3, 1919?
He said then that "he was
persuaded that the Allied
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agreed - that in Palestine
shall be laid the foundations
of a Jewish common-
wealth."
At the same time he men-
tioned "the historic claims
of the Jewish people in re-
gard to Palestine," and later
these were embodied in the
League of Nations Palestine
Mandate (downgraded when
it is referred to as the
"British Mandate"), accord-
ing to which "the historical
connection of the Jewish
people with Palestine" pro-
vided "grounds for reconsti-
tuting their National Home
in that country."
As reported in "Docu-
ments on British Foreign
Policy," 1919-1939, atten-
tion was brought to Lord
Curzon .on Nova 10, 1920,
that President Wilson con-
sidered that "Palestine
should have rational bound-
aries in the North and East
(the Litany river, the wa-
tershed of the Hermon and
the Haulon and Yaulon (sic)
Valleys . .
This is only one example
of instructions by President
Wilson, not fully carried out
after his untimely illness.
SIDNEY KORETZ'

NEW YORK — Another
anti-Semitic article has ap-
peared in the Moscow
For Pre-Teens & Juniors
weekly Ogonyok, according
to the April issue of Jewish
Come & See Us
Currents.
At
Author Dimitri Zhukov
relates his views in the form
of a review of a book pub-
IN
lished in Moscow last year
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Repeating forgerieS of
"The Protocols of the Elders
of Zion," Zhukov declares,
"At the end of the last cen-
tury, a large majority of the
capital and industries in the Article Praised
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Zhukov purports to cite on William C. Lowdermilk
Rakah documents to show (April 4, 1975) has illicited a
that Israelis "rape little warm response from the
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California Christian Com-
The writer also remarked, mittee for Israel.
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demand a common friend-
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NEW YORK — The Jew-
ish National Fund of Amer-
ica recently appointed
Harry Ripps as director of
its labor department.
Ripps is a veteran Labor
Zionist and his association
with the Farband Labor
Zionist Alliance spans four
decades of activity on behalf
of Israel. Born in Minsk,
Russia, he came to this
country as an infant.

NEW YORK — Sheldon
Steinhauser and Arthur N.
Teitelbaum have been ap-
pointed West Coast and
Southern area directors of
the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith.
Benjamin. K. Epstein, na-
tional director of the ADL
said Steinhauser, who was

Arab Propaganda
Drive in Britain

LONDON, (JTA.) — The
Arab propaganda drive in
Britain has moved into the
smart illustrated weekly
field with the publication of
"The Middle East," a maga-
zine styled on Newsweek. It
is reportedly funded by
Kuwaiti money and its pub-
lisher is Afif Beh Yedder.
He is not known in publish-
ing, but the editor of the
new magazine, Richard
Purdy is a notorious pro-
Arab journalist.

In its introduction, the
magazine said "The Middle
East is the first interna-
tional publication to be
written specifically to sat-
isfy the interests and the in-
formation needs of the top
men in business and indus-
try, government and finance
through-out the 25 nations
of the Middle East." Not un-
expectedly, the "25 nations"
do not include Israel.
The magazine's message
is much more sophisticated
than past Arab propaganda
material. However, the mes-
sage comes through with
such items as "Whitehall
has come to recognize that
Britain's economic stability
is widely dependent at pre-
sent on Arab goodivill."
This plush magazine con-
tains large advertisements
from big companies. There
is a two-page center spread
from Fiat, Deutsche Bank,
Lufthansa, Caterpillar,
Continental Bank of Chi-
cago and a number of Arab
banks and airlines.

Literature Friends
Cite Mack Book

NEW , YORK — "The
Forging of an American
Jew: The Life and Times of
Julian W. Mack" (Herzl
Press) by Henry Barnard
was the recipient of this
year's "Friends of Litera-
ture" Award made at the
annual Shakespeare Birth-
day and Award dinner held
last Saturday in Chicago.
Barnard is being honored
"as a writer long associated
with the Chicago area and
as a man who has reminded
us through his writings of
many significant men and
events in our past."

named West Coast area di-
rector, has been since 1957
ADL's director of the Moun-
tain States regional office
headquartered in Denver.
He will now also super-
vise the agency's Central
Pacific office in San Fran-
cisco, the Pacific Northwest
office in Seattle, and the Pa-
cific Southwest office in Los
Angeles.
Teitelbaum,
named
Southern area director, has
been since 1967 director
ADL's Florida regional o
fice headquartered in
Miami. In his new post, he
will also supervise the
Southeast office in Atlanta,
the South Central office in
New Orleans, the South-
west office in Houston, the
North Carolina-Virginia of-
fice in Richmond and the.
Dallas office.

Africans Reconsider
Ties With Israel

NEW YORK — Some of
the Black African states
that broke relations with
Israel are rethinking their
position. -
Zaire's President Mobutu
Sese Seko dropped a strong
hint to that effect to a re-
cent Arab economic mis-
sion, according to New-
sweek magazine.
Since breaking with Is-
rael, he complained, the-
Africans have received only
"moral aid" — and higher
oil prices from the Arabs.
Kenya, which is worried
about its rambunctious
neighbors in Uganda and
Somalia, has already asked
Jerusalem for military ad-
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