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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-27

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Israel to Seek U.S. Consent to Sell Kfir on World Market

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
government's decision to
authorize the export of Is-
rael's new jet fighter the
"Kfir" was made on the
understanding that the low
priced combat aircraft, the
first manufacturered in Is-
rael, would be offered on the
world market only with the
consent of the prior coordi-
nation with the United
States.
Reliable sources said that
the cabinet agreed unami-
mously that the sale of the
"Kfir" overseas was a mat-
ter to be settled not only
with the U.S. but with
France whose Mirage V jet
the "Kfir" resembles.

No protests have been re- craft from theU.S.would be
ceived here from any coun- greatly weakening they
try over Israel's internation also expressed concern
to export the "Kfir," but over the effects on Israeli-
clarifications were re- U.S. relations if the
quested by the US and "Kfir" is marketed in
France and the Israeli au- competition with Ameri-
thorities intend to provide can jet fighters.
both Paris and Washington
The day when the super-.
with the necessary explana- sonic "Kfir" will be offered
tions.
for sale to foreign countries
The announcement of is apparently still far off. Is-
the cabinet's decision, rsael Aircraft Industries,
however, drew sharp criti- manufacturers of the
cism from some quarters' "Kfir," has yet to make
in Israel. The critics con- preparations to expand
tended that if Israel shows production for export.

it has a surplus of war
planes to export, its efforts
to obtain sophisticated air-

The IAI has not even dis-
cussed the subject as yet
and the sums needed for

Free Education Urged for Diaspora

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
bill that would provide free
education in Israel for Jew-
ish youths from the Dias-
pora, was presented in the
Knesset last week.
Zevulun Hammer of the
National Religious Party
introduced the measure as a
private member's bill only a
day after Education Minis-
ter Aharon Yadlin an-
nounced that tuition fees for
Israeli students would be in-
creased.
According to Hammer,
any Jewish youth resident
abroad between the ages of
14-25 would be provided
with a free education at Is-

raeli high schools, yeshivot
and universities.

ress here, was informed
that the Israel Education
Hammer contended that Fund has built about 500 ed-
the sharp decrease in im- - ucational institutions in 90
migration made his mea- towns and villages in Israel.
sure especially important
Eliezer Shmueli, deputy
because it would create a
director
of the ministry of
bond between Israel and
Diaspora youth who might education said there was a
eventually emigrate to Is- growing interest in educa-
tion among the poorer
rael.
He said that since the stu-, strata of society and warned
dents would be required to that cuts in his ministry's
pay their own fare, Israel budget could lead to diffi-
would benefit from the for- culties, expecially in post-
eign currency. Presumably elementary education.
they would be required to
travel by Israeli carrier.
Meanwhile, the Jewish Chief of Israel
Agency Assembly, in prog- Purchasing Denies

Religious Editors Note Israel
Depends on Christian Support

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Editors of major Christian
and Jewish publibations and
theologians agreed at a con-
ference here that the viabil-
ity of Israel depends not
alone on a political solution
but on an understanding
and support of Christians in
the United States.
There was general agree-
ment among the 60 partici-
pants that Christians and
Jews working together in
the framework of the
shared Judeo-Christian val-
ues could do much to resolve
the numerous dilemmas
relating to an understand-
ing of Israel, including such
questions as Jerusalem and
the Palestinians.
The meeting was spon-
sored by the Synagogue
Council of America, the
umbrella agency of national
congregational and rabbinic
bodies in this country, rep-
resenting the three-
branches of Judaism and
the three rabinic journals
"Tradition" (Orthodox);_
"Conservative Judaism" and
"The CCAR Journal" (Re-
form).

Rabbi Arthur Hertz-
berg, president of the
American Jewish Con-
gress, an adjunct profes-
sor of history at Columbia
University, sounded the
keynote of the conference
when he maintained that a
fundamental divergence in
the theology of Christians
and Jews lies at the heart
"of our misunderstand-
ing."

"Judaism emphasizes the
community as the agent of
God's salvation. That is

Acts of Bribery

NEW YORK (ZINS) —
The chief of the Israel Pur-
chasing Mission in America
precisely where Christian- denied that there were ever
ity differs since it emphas- any instances of Israeli offi- _
izes the salvation of the indi- cers engaged in purchasing
vidual.
succumbing to bribery.
"The importance of Israel
to Jews can only be under-
In an exclusive interview
stood in the light of the im- with the Yiddish paper Alle-
portance it places on the ex- gemeiner Journal, Yosef
istance of the community." Tchachanover insisted that,
He said "the ultimate resi- although the mission deals
due of our problem is with with thousands of firms
each other."
who produce goods and
Rev. Malcolm Boyd, a weapons neetied by Israel,
prominent author and Epis- the majority of purchases
copal theologian, told the come through the Pentagon.
group "the future of Israel
Tchachanover explained
will be determined by non-
Jews in the United States. that there are many compa-
There has to be a Jewish nies who cannot do business
state," he declared, "and directly with Israel and
there has to be a Palestinian ,welcome the involvement of
state. In Israel, everybody the Pentagon.
accepts it, and this has to be
The Military Purchasing
the price of peaceful coexist- Mission has its head office
ence."
in New York with a strong
security arrangement not
Hebrew U. Friends only because it houses top
secret military data, but
Re-Elect President
also because it is- a prime
NEW YORK — Dr. Max target of Arab terrorists.
M. Kempelman was re-
elected president of the Support- for Israel
American Friends of the
Hebrew University at the Revealed in Poll
Friends' annual board
U.S. involvement in Viet-
meeting. He assumed the nam has not affected the
office in January when public's attitude toward the
Frank R. Lautenberg re-
commitment in Israel,
signed to become general U.S.
the most recent Harris Poll
chairman of the United indicates.
Jewish Appeal.
Dr. Kampelman, an edu-
According to the survey,
cator and community taken in May after the Com-
leader, is a senior partner in munist takeover of South
a Washington law firm. He Vietnam and Cambodia and
will head the American de- after the Mayaguez inci-
legation to the Hebrew Uni- dent, a 62-18 percent major-
versity of Jerusalem's ity said they feel, it is right
Golden Jubilee celebrations for the U.S. to send Israel
which begin Sunday in Is- the military supplies it
rael
needs.

expansion have not been cal-
culated. Should IAI decide
to expand production of the
"Kfir" it will have to reor-

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decision, however, opens the
way for long term loans and
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Israel High Court May Review
Controversial Divorce Ruling

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Israeli Supreme Court
indicated that it might re-
view a controversial ruling
by one of its members which
Deputy Attorney General
Michael Cheshin claims is
an infringement on the au-
thority of Israel's rabbinical
courts.
Dr. Shimon Agranat,
president of the Supreme
Court, said he would an-
nounce his decision within
two weeks. Because of the
delicate matter of principle
involved, a panel of five jus-
tices instead of the usual
three, would conduct the
review if the court decides to
undertake it.

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in religious circles and the
rabbinical authorities said
they would defy it, opening
the possibility of a serious
confrontation between the
secular and religious courts
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Cheshin asked die court
to re-examine the ruling ,
rendered by Justice Yoel
Sussman in the case of a
divorcee who was branded
an adulteress in a'reli-
gious divorce decree
handed down by a Beer-
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The decree forbade the
woman to have relations
with her laver, whom she
hoped to marry, or with her
former husband. Justice
Sussman ruled that the di-
vorce decree was not a reli-
gious but a civil document
and that the woman should
not be stigmatized. He did
not challenge the rabinical
court's right to ban her re-
marriage on- halakhic-
grounds.
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Bank of Israel
Proposes Cutting
U.S. Dollar Link

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Moshe Zanbar, Governor of
the Bank of Israel, has pro-
posed ending the linkage of
Israel currency to the U.S.
dollar in favor of pegging
the Israeli pound to Euro-
pean currencies.
Zanwar bases his recom-
mendation on two argu-
ments:
Breaking away from the
dollar would eliminate un-
desirable fluctuations in the
purchasing power of the Is-
raeli pound vis-a-vis Euro-
pean currencies, thereby.
protecting Israel's export
trade.
There is no assurance,
according to Zanwar, that
the drop in the dollar which
imporved Israel's competi-
tive position in foreign mar-
kets will continue into the
future.

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