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14 December 26, 1975

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Scholar Hits PLO Office in India

BY JOSEPH POLAKOFF

(Copyright 1975, JTA, Inc.)

Among the 5,000 lawyers
from 131 countries — in-
cluding the chief justices of
53 nations — who attended
the Seventh Conference on
Law and the World held in
October in Washington was
R.B. Jethmalani of Bombay,
the chairman of the Bar
Council of India.
His participation in the
program sponsored by the
three world associations of
judges, lawyers and law
professors in concert with
the World Peace Through
Law Center was marked by

26 New Rabbis
Graduate Seminary

NEW YORK — Twenty-
six rabbinical students
graduated from the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America in 1975, awarded
diplomas ordaining them as
"rabbis, teachers, and
preachers."
Rabbi Harold Berman is
now at Temple Bnai Shalom
in Benton Harbor, Mich.
A few members of the
graduating class have en-
tered the field of education
directly following ordina-
tion. Two rabbis have ac-
cepted positions with the
United Synagogue of Amer-
ica, while one member of
the class is working in a
non-rabbinic field as a law-
yer. Fourteen graduates
have accepted full-time posi-
tions with congregations.

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the high respect in which he
is held as a legal scholar by
the world's most distin-
guished law leaders and his
devotion to democratic prin-
ciples that he demonstrated
in the conference's discus-
sions.
Jethmalani vigorously re-
asserted his opinion about
the Palestine Liberation
Organization and his oppo-
sition to the government of
India's action that, "at-
tended with little publicity
and bordering almost on the
clandestine, allowed the
PLO to set up an office in
New Delhi. His position was
set forth in an article re-
garding India's relation to
the PLO that appeared first
in the Journal of the Bar of
India and last August in the
American Bar Association
Journal.
After quoting the text of
"famous resolution No.
242 of Nov. 22, 1967," Jeth-
malani notes: "An impor-
tant feature of this resolu-
tion is that it does not refer
to the rights of the so-
called Palestinian people;
it only pleads the necessity
for achieving a just settle-
ment of the refugee prob-
lem.
"Another still more im-
portant feature of the reso-
lution is that it seeks to
guarantee the territorial
inviolability and the politi-
cal independence of every
state in the area. This would
obviously apply to the state
of Jewish Palestine, or Is-
rael, created by the parti-
tion resolution of the United
Nations itself. The govern-
ment of India is under a
constitutional obligation to
respect the resolution and
its implications.
"Specifically, the govern-
ment of India cannot be a
party or privy to any move-
ment the object of which is
to annul the partition reso-

lution or to destroy a state
which has come into exist-
ence as a result thereof.
"It is well to recall that
this country (India) in Sep-
tember, 1950, granted de
jure recognition to the state
of Israel. We have gone
much further than merely
recognizing Israel as a fact:
we have accepted the legiti-
macy of its birth.
"The PLO aims by vio-
lence to overthrow the
state of Israel. The Jews
will again be scattered all
over the world to com-
mence a second diaspora.
Only the few survivors
who originally inhabited
the land will be allowed to
live on sufferance as a
hopeless minority in an
Arab dominated state.

Two Israelis Win
JDC Eshel Prize

JERUSALEM — The
"Eshel Prize," the first of its
kind in Israel, was awarded
in Jerusalem last month to
two social workers for ex-
cellence and originality in
work with the aged.

One prize was for a- pro-
gram of mutual help among
aged; the other was for de-
votion in easing the Suffer-
ing of terminal patients.

The prizes, amounting to
IL 3,500 ($486) each, were
presented by Ralph I. Go
man, chairman of "Es
the association for the pl
ning and development of
services for the aged in Is-
rael. The Association was
founded by the Joint Distri-
bution Committee and is
supported by the JDC and
the Israel government.

"In summary the conclu-
sions of the PLO are: (1)
The recipients of the first
Palestinian rights mean lib-
eration of alleged Palesti- Eshel Prize were Mrs. Greta
nian territory from Jewish Fisher, director of social
hands; (2) Security Council services at the Hadassah
in Jerusalem and
Resolution 242 is to be Hospital
Hanna Yashinsky, a
wholly rejected because it Mrs.
implies recognition of Jew- social worker-at the Shmuel
ish presence in Palestine, Harofe Government Hospi-
and (3) the partition of Pa- tal in Beer Yaacov.
lestine must be undone, that
is, Israel must be destroyed
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