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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

18 November 28, 1975

14

Panel Asks No Support for Anti-Zion Backers

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The House International
Relations Committee unani-
mously voted a resolution
last week calling on Presi-
dent Ford not to make any
new U.S. aid commitments
to any nation that voted for
the United Nations resolu-
tion equating Zionism with
racism, "or for similar mea-
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The committee's resolu-
tion also asked Ford to iden-
tify those UN programs
which no longer may be
compatible with U.S. princi-
ples and interests and sub-
mit them to Congress
within 90 days.
Under the foreign aid bill

now before Congress, the
Administration has asked
funds for Bahrain, Brazil,
Cyprus, Egypt, Indonesia,
Jordan, Malta, Portugal,
Syria and Turkey, all of
which voted for the anti-
Zionist resolution.

In Chicago last Thurs-
day, between 5,000-7,000
persons representing Jews
and virtually every other
ethnic and religious group
in Chicago jammed Civic
Center Plaza despite inter-
mittent heavy rainfalls to
condemn the UN anti-
Zionist resolution as a
blatant piece of racism
and insult to the American
people.

Gov. Daniel Walker of Il-
linois, addressed the rally.
In Los Angeles, the UN

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resolution was denounced
by the executive board of
the United Farm Workers
of America, AFL-CIO, as an
"affront to the Jewish peo-
ple who have been history's
primary victims of racism.
Cesar Chavez, president
of the union, disclosed the
union's stand in a Nov. 17
letter from the union's
headquarters at La Paz,
Calif., to the Board of Rab-
bis of Southern California,'

In Ottawa more than 100
Jewish leaders adopted a
resolution condemning the
anti-Zionist resolution
adopted by the United
Nations General Assembly
and commending the Can-
adian government for vot-
ing against it. They also
launched a public cam-
paign of Zionist education
and information across
Canada.

protesters' "timely reaffir-
mation in the American be-
lief in universal justice and
basic human values."
The Bnai Brith Women
International Executive
Board, meeting in Washing-
ton, D.C., also deplored the
UN resolution.
In a letter to The Jewish
News, author-journalist
Robert St. John, said;
"This is a sad week for all
of us. The passage of the
Anti-Zionist Resolution,
even though by a reduced
Arab-Communist-African
vote, shows the depth of the
immorality of the age i
which we live.

"Why Mexico? Last
night a good Mexican
friend of ours told us that
it was not an anti-Israel
vote on Mexico's part but
anti-American, because
below the Rio Grande they
External Affairs Minister -dislike the USA so much.
Allan McEachen told the Maybe that explains the
gathering that "the Cana-, votes of many other coun-
dian government opposes tries.

the tainted resolution
adopted by the UN and is
going to see whether the
resolution will be rescinded.
If not, Canada will not at-
tend the anti-racist confer-
ence in Africa in 1977."
In New York, Harold Os-
troff, president of the Work-
men's Circle, announced
cancellation of four tours of
Mexico by its members.
Emory University stu-
dents and faculty in Atlanta
joined in a day-long "pos-
itive protest" staged by the
school's Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation against the
United Nations' anti-Zion-
ism resolution.

More than 300 attended
a noontime outdoor teach-
in at which Dr. Justin
Ward, the university's ex-
ecutive vice president, ad-
dressed the gathering "as
a Christian" in emphasiz-
ing Israel's importance-to
the world.
A telegram from Presi-

dent Ford to the rally de-
nounced the UN action as
"damaging the credibility
and debasing the principles"
of the world organization.
The President hailed the

"I guess it is the price Is-
rael pays for being the tail
of the US kite. Saddest to
me is the fact that besides
the Ivory Coast and three of
the smallest, poorest little
African countries, all the
rest of that vast continent
that Israel tried so hard to
help either voted for the res-
olution or abstained.
"And Greece! Greece, the
birthplace of democracy!
What excuse can Japan,
Chile, Argentina, Vene-
zuela, Singapore, Thailand,
Guatemala, Ecuador give
for abstaining?"
Locally, the Oakland
County Board of Commis-
sioners unanimously
adopted a resolution con-
demning the UN action and
calling on the President and
Congress to continue their
efforts to have the UN res-
cind its action.
District Court Judge S.
James Clarkson of South-
field wrote that the resolu-
tion is "a classic example of
preposterous propaganda."
Judge Clarkson quoted the
Bible and several dictionary
definitions of Zionism and
racism to refute the UN
charges.
* *

`Rally of Affirmation' at
Cong. Bnai David Sunday

The Detroit Zionist Fed-
eration and the Jewish
Community Council of Met-
ropolitan Detroit have or-
ganized a public "Rally of
Affirmation" to be held 4
p.m. Sunday at Cong. Bnai,
David.
-The rally will protest the
United Nations resolution
that linked Zionism with
racism and serve to "rede-
dicate ourselves to Jewish
peoplehood, Jewish pride
and Israel."
Rabbi Herschel Schach-
ter, former chairman of the
Presidents Conference of
Major American Jewish
Organizations and chair-
man of the aliya committee
of the American Zionist
Federation, will be guest
speaker.

nity Council will also
speak, but a DZF spokes-
man emphasized that the
program will feature audi-
ence participation in read-
ings, songs and dancing on
Zionism and Hanuka.

The Hora Yisrael Dancer
with Yuri Segal will pe.
form. G. Vernon Leopold,
chairman of the DZF, will
chair the meeting.

Because I am a Jew,
through medieval centuries
of darkness I held aloft the
torch of light and reason,
passing through the flaming
terror of the Inquisition
without fear.

He who studies the Torah
for its own sake makes his
Representatives of the knowledge a medicine of
Detroit Zionist Federation life.
and the Jewish Commu-
—The Talmud

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