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August 15, 1975 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-08-15

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18 Friday, August 15, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Arabs Relieved EEC Talks Ignored Terrorist Bomb Attack

JERUSALEM — The
chairman of the Arab
League delegation to a two-
day round of talks in Rome
with the European Eco-
nomic Community on a new
cooperation agreement ex-
pressed satisfaction over a
decision not to pursue a
European Parliament reso-
lution which condemned
fedayeen terrorism follow-
ing the terror bombing of
Zion Square in Jerusalem
July 4. Fifteen persons, four
of them Arabs, died of inju-
ries suffered in the blast
and more than 65 were
wounded.
The Arab chairman,
Nijmeddin Dajani, added
that the European parlia-
ment decision "by itself and

w

in its context has caused dis-
may among the Arab people
and the peoples of the Third
World because it signified a
desire on the part of some
circles to prejudice Euro-
pean-Arab relations."

Algerian Ambassador to
Brussels Ait Chalal said,
in conveying the Arab
states' complaint to the
European Common Mar-
ket Commission, that they
were "completely sur-
prised at such categoric
and exclusive condemna-
tion of actions that we con-
sider to be legitimate de-

fense by Palestinian
resistance of occupied Pa-
lestinian territory."

Meanwhile, in an appeal
published by the Arabic-
language Jerusalem news-
paper Al Anba, the Israeli
Arab leadership of the As-
sociation of Arabs and Jews
for Fostering ArabrIsraeli
Relations said in conderrin-
ing the fedayeen bombing:

Arab West Bank Leaders
to Discuss Hebron Prayer Plan

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Arab leaders in the West
Bank plan to hold an emer-
gency meeting to discuss the
NEW YORK — A high- new regulations at the
light of the 50th anniversary Tomb of the Patriarchs in
jubilee convention of Ameri- Hebron which give Jews
Cltoice 'Dated
can Mizrachi Women now equal prayer time with Mos-
taking place in Israel was a lems.
are available
visit to the new AMW Wolf
for your joyous
Defense Minister Shifnon
and Julia Eisenberg Com- Peres announced the new
prehensive High School in regulations last week after
North Tel Aviv which will members of the Jewish set-
at the elegant
open in September.
tlement of Kiryat Arba on
In addition to offering the outskirts of Hebron,
vocational courses such as demonstrated against the
CAT Lit m
home economics, dietetics, seven-hour-a-day time limit
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hotel management, office for Jewish prayers at the
work, sewing, couture fash- tomb. •
• Weddings
ions and textiles, the new
Sheikh Mohammed Ali Al
• Showers
four-year
comprehensive
Jaabari,
Hebron's mayor,
• Etc.
high school will also have called for the meeting fol-
music and art departments. lowing a demonstration out-
Private Rooms
Subjects also include indus- side the tomb Friday night.
accomodating from
trial art, graphics, photog- Jaabari was attacked during
25 to 150
raphy, sculpture, ceramics prayers by young Moslems
Entire facilities to
and metal work.
The academic high school
360
will give courses in science, Halakha Bans
languages, all branches of Mercy Killing
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mathematics, history, gen-
eral studies, and religious
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is forbidden by Jewish law
30100 Telegraph
teachers seminary, college under any circumstances,
Between 12 & 13 Mile
or university level.
Rabbi Simha Hacohen
Kook, rabbi of Rehovot, told
delegates to the oral law
Ann Finn
Jeanette Daitch
Barbara Lefton
conference (Tora Shebaal
Peh Conference) here last
week.
The conference is an an-
nual event held at the Rav
Kook Institute here. The Re-
hovot rabbi is a great-grand-
son of the first Rav Kook
whose name the institute
bears. This year's confer-
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ence is on Halakha and
medical problems. Rabbi
• •.Jewelry • Clothing
Kook said the ban applied
• Weavings • Pottery
even when the patient was
suffering terribly and there
and More
was no hope whatever for
saving him.

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Haifa's newly elected
Sephardic Chief Rabbi,
Eliahu Bakshi-Doron,
considered the question of
plastic surgery performed
for cosmetic purposes. He
said that if the patient had
a noticeable physical disa-
bility which obviously
caused him grief and anx-
iety, then it would be per-
mitted to undertake cos-
metic surgery to remove or
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ABE CHEROW, President

"The commission of this
crime, 'during this critical
stage in the Middle East
problem, and in the Palesti-
nian problem itself, clearly
reveals that the leaders of
the organizations who hur-
ried to assume the credit for
it are the sworn enemies of
the Palestinian nation , and
its cause. For perpetrating
such a crime evokes abso-

But cosmetic operations
were prohibited when they
were undertaken solely for
beautification purposes
when no glaring. flaw in the
patient's appearance was
noticeable. In such cases the
operation would be consid-
ered by the Halakha an un-
necessary wound — and
therefore unlawful. This
applied even if the patient
wanted the operation, Rabbi
Bakshi-Doron said.

who shouted that he was not
a true Moslem leader.

When the young Mos-
lems failed to provoke the
mayor or to convince oth-
ers to start a sit-down
strike at the tomb, they
went outside and threw
stones at a truck belonging
to a Kiryat Arba resident
and hit the driver,
Ephraim Rosenberg, with
a stick. Israeli army units
did not intervene but tried
to persuade the Arab dem-
onstrators to leave. They
did after an hour.

Gen. Yona Efrat, com-
mander of the central re-
gion, visited the area later
and promised Kiryat Arba
residents to investigate the
incident.
The new regulations an-
nounced by Peres set aside
the large "Isaac and Re-
becca" hall for Moslem
prayers and the smaller
"Abraham and Sarah" and
"Jacob and Leah" halls for
Jewish prayers. On Fridays,
the Moslem Sabbath, the
tomb is restricted to Mos-
lem prayers.

Meanwhile, Defense
Ministry sources said the
new regulations were
shown to Jaabari by Peres
before they were an-
nounced. The sources
claimed that the Hebron
mayor and other Arabs
who met with Peres under-
stood the aims of the new
regulations and expressed
their gratitude that Mos-
lem feelings were taken
into consideration.

The new regulations fol-
lowed an attempt by Kiryat
Arba residents to force their
way into the tomb during
the time reserved for Mos-
lem prayers.

NYANA to Aid
Viet Refugees

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
New York Association for
New Americans has agreed
to accept 200 Vietnam refu-
gees during September for
resettlement in the New
York area.
Under legislation passed
by Congress earlier this
year, NYANA will be reim-
bursed for its aid to the
Vietnam refugees at the
rate of $450 per person,
NYANA officials said. The
agency will provide the refu-
gees with whatever services
are possible to help them in
their initial settlement in
New York.
In recent years, the bulk
of NYANA's caseload has
consisted of Russian Jewish
newcomers, 4,000 having
been helped to settle in the
New York area since 1973.

lutely no contribution to-
ward solvim:, the Palestinian
problem; it merely serves to
arouse world public opinion
against the organizations.
"The murderers' aim in
committing this criminal
act was to provoke riots be-
tween the members of the
two nations, the Arab and
the Jewish, and to incite one
against the other. However,
they failed. For this abom-
inable crime strengthened
the solidarity of the nobility

of the two nations and forti-
fied their firm resolve to act,
with renewed determina-
tion, to achieve peace and to
oppose the extremist ele-
ments and the agents of
conflict and strife."

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