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January 02, 1976 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12 January 2, 1976

A Christian's Viewpoint
on the UN's Anti-Semitism

Cuban Army Unit in Syria Goes Home

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The of an infantry brigade from
Cuban armored brigade Saudi Arabia.
Prof. Franklin H. Littell
The Cuban brigade was
that had been stationed in
Syria since the end of the sent to Syria to man the of Temple University, presi-
1973 Yom Kippur War re- new Russian T-62 tanks dent of Christians Con-
turned to Cuba a few weeks that the Syrians were get- cerned for Israel, com-
ting from the Soviet Union mented on anti-Semitism at
ago, it was revealed here.
The only foreign troops after the war. Syria did not the United Nations in his re-
now in Syria are members have any crews for the tanks cent CCI Notebook:
Countries that persecute
because of the loss of
hundreds of tank crews dur- Jews, refuse to allow Jews
even to serve as personnel of
ing the war.
In addition to helping airlines landing on their
beginner It strategy
the Syrians, the Cuban soil, that publicly announce
government wanted its their intention to launch a
it LESSONS
soldiers to gain some com- fifth attack on j.srael, that
print and circulate
bat
experience.
a or eve. classes
The Cubans took part in hundreds of thousands of
clashes against the Israelis copies of "The 'Protocols of
on the Golan Heights during the Elders of Zion," do not
the war of attrition that really belong in any civilized
Syria waged from January discourse.
Of those that voted for the
to June 1974. Cuban troops
have been reported fighting resolution the vast majority
Backgammon
recently with the Soviet- are either old-fashioned des-
sets
baoked Popular Movement potisms of feudal type or
for the Liberation of Angola new-fashioned 20th Century
dictatorships of totalitarian
in that African country.
type: they have neither ex-
perienced nor understood
what is meant by liberty
and representative govern-
ment.
In the Bicentennial sea-
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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Haifa University student
Haya Ashkenazi, an ardent
feminist, is suing the Stein-
metzky book agency in
Haifa for alleged censorship
aimed at the female sex.
Ms. Ashkenazi was in-
censed when she found that
the copy of the American
Magazine Playgirl which
she purchased at Steinmetz-
kys contained a nude male
centerfold in which a thick
layer of ink obscured that
part of the male anatomy
that, in classical times, was
adorned with a fig leaf.
She claimed that the act
of "vandalism" prevented
her "full enjoyment" of the
picture and that it consti-
tuted discrimination be-
cause the corresponding
parts of the female body
were fully visible in
"Playboy" magazine which
is read by men.

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the consent of the governed,
we wish every one of them a
revolution - American style!
The terrorist Arafat and
the mass-murderer Amim
are their kind, and until
the exploited peoples arise
and throw off the govern-
ments that repress and
exploit them we may ex-
pect to see Jew-baiting
and pogroms used to divert
attention from the real
problems. And we must do
everything possible to as-
sist and arm Israel against
our common enemies.
The destruction of Leba-
non is a lesson in what Arab
LeagUe ideology and politics
really means. Since 1926 the
Lebanese Christians have
been fleeing to other coun-
tries to escape rightwing
Muslim pressure and terror:
today there are more Le-
banese Christians in the
U.S. and Australia than in
Lebanon itself.

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Jewish Attorney
Hired by Arabs

TORONTO — The Cana-
dian Arab Federation has
engaged a Toronto Jewish
lawyer to represent it in a
$2 1/2 million libel suit it
plans to bring against the
Globe and Mail, a Toronto
daily, and two of the paper's
reporters.
The suit arises.from arti-
cles published in the news-
paper in October under the
bylines of Peter Moon and
Arnold Bruner. The articles
were about security mea-
sures against possible ter-
rorism at the Olympic
Games in Montreal next
July.
Harry Kopyto, the lawyer
retained by the Arab group,
is a leader in the Trotskyist
movement. Himself born in
Israel of parents who sur-
vived Hitler's concentration
camps, he has frequently
participated in public meet-
ings calling for a "demo-,
• cratic secular state" to re-
place Israel.
He claims to have been
pressured by leaders of the
Toronto Jewish community
to withdraw from the case,
but they all deny this.

\ Flint Area News

Cultural Series
Tickets Available

Tickets are still available
for the Flint Jewish Com-
munity Council's Cultural
Caravan '76.
The first program in the
series, "The Golden Door,"
will take place 7:30 p.m.
Jan. 18 at Cong. Beth Israel.
The cabaret program also
will feature refreshments.
For information, contact
the council.

Sisterhood to Meet

Beth Israel- Sisterhood
will hear Sadie Agree
Schreiber speak on "Trans-
actional Analysis" 12:30
p.m. Wednesday at the syn-
agogue. Luncheon will be
served by the Rachel Circle.

COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

Temple Beth
Monday
El Board of Education
meeting, 8 p.m., temple.
Temple Beth
Tuesday
El Sisterhood board meet-
ing, noon, temple; and Bnai
Brith Lodge meeting, 8
p.m., Howard Johnson's
East.
Women's
Thursday
American ORT board meet-
ing, 12:30 p.m.; Joint Board
of Education meeting, noon,
Temple Beth El; Temple
Beth El parents meeting, 8
p.m., temple; Jewish War
Veterans Auxiliary meet-
ing, 8 p.m.; Cong. Beth Is-
rael board meeting, 8 p.m.,
synagogue; and FJCC Sen-
ior Boys' basketball game,
6:30 p.m., Gundry School.



Women to Gather



Keren Or Group of Had-
assah will meet with their
husbands 8 p.m. Tuesday at
the River Hollow club
house. Dr. George Chamis
will speak on "Children and
sex education."

WZO Comptroller
Blasts Divisions

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
report by the comptroller of
the World Zionist Organiza-
tion sharply critical of mon-
ey-management, compe-
NEW YORK — A tence and other aspects of
Westchester rabbi has writ- the WZO's various depart-
ten a book answering 300 ments and divisions, was
significant questions about released here by Leon Dul-
Jewish customs and religion zin, acting chairman of the
most frequently asked in WZO Executive.
America today.
The 128-page publication
The 182-page report by
called "Why, Because . . .," Comptroller Meir Ben-Zion
was written by Rabbi Uri Meiri, covering the 1973-74
Auerbach, principal of the period, was not to have been
Port Chester Hebrew School made public until the Zion-
of Cong. Kneses Tifereth ist General Council plenary
meeting here Sunday. But
Israel.
"Why? Because . . ." may Dulzin ordered copies of the
be ordered through Kaiser report sent to the media fol-
Publishers, 375 Irving, Port lowing a "leak" to Israel
Chester, N.Y.
Radio.
The heads of many of the
Freedom
departments cited in the
report claimed that the
And ye shall . . . proclaim
faults listed by Meiri have
liberty throughout the land
been corrected or were in
unto all the inhabitants
the process of being recti-
thereof.
fied.
—Leviticus 25:10

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YOUTH NEWS

The following students in
Flint's public senior and
junior high schools earned
all A's during the first
marking period of the
1975-76 school year: Julia
Levine, Diana Heidenrich,
Deborah Meerson, Sheryl
Kaufman, Elise Kreiger,
Steve Sorscher, Adam
Sorscher, Robert Sorscher,
Susan Somach and Suzanne
Griffel.
Stephanie Rittman, chair-
man of the FJCC Tween
Bowling Program, an-
nounces bowling will re-
sume 2:30 p.m. Sunday at
Town and Country Lanes,
Youth in grades 4-12 are
invited.

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