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January 16, 1976 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-16

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January 16, 1976 37

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

`Peace Discussions Must Include
Claims of the Jewish Refugees'



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JERUSALEM (JTA) — rity Council was ignorant of
Justice Minister Haim Za- the rights of Jews who were
dok declared Monday that forced to leave Arab coun-
Jewish refugees from Arab tries.
countries must be repre-
Ben-Porat heads the re-
sented at international con- cently formed World Organ-
ferences on the Middle East ization of Jews from Arab
along with official repre- Countries which announced
sentatives of Israel because its intention to press the
-their claims carry the same claims of Jews forced to
weight as the claims of leave their property behind
rab refugees.
when they fled persecution
Zadok made his remarks in Arab lands.
in the Knesset in reply to an
Zadok noted that Secu-
agenda motion by Labor rity Council Resolution 242
MK Mordechai Ben-Porat speaks of "a just solution
who claimed that the Sem- to the refugee problem"
which, he said, related not
ni
only to Arab refugees who
left Israel in 1948 but to the
problem of Jews forced to
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countries. He said the two
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NEW YORK (JTA ) —
Former Premier Golda Meir
urged Zionist youth organi-
zations to begin discussions
among their memberships
about going on aliya.
She said young Jews
should be willing to "meet
the greatest challenge that a
young Jew can be asked—to
participate in the building
up of the land."
Mrs. Meir spoke to about
350 high school and college
youth at a dialogue spon-
sored-by the American Zion-
ist Youth Foundation at
Manhattan's Central Syn-
agogue.
She said that she did not
emigrate from the United
States to then Palestine in

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Nazi Car Sold

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Hermann Goe'ring's
Mercedes car was sold for
$160,000 to an unidentified
man from San Francisco.
The 1944 car, used by the
Nazi leader, was auctioned
in Scottsdale, Ariz. The
Mercedes weights five-and-
a-half tons and includes a
mine-proof floor, bullet-
proof wheels and windows,
and one-inch armor plate on
the doors.

Kissinger Sees Little Chance
For Syria-Israel Negotiations

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and, in effect, were an ex-
change of populations
such as has happened in
other parts of the world.
Zadok said that when the
time comes for a peace set-
tlement in the Middle East,
Israel would demand full
compensation- for the prop-
erty and rights lost by Jews
who were forced to leave
Arab countries. He said that
must be an integral part of
every peace settlement with
the Arabs.
Ben-Porat was indignant
over being warned by the
Foreign Ministry not to ap-
pear before the Security
Council session where the
PLO is represented on
grounds that his presence
could be interpreted as Is-
raeli participation in the
debate.
Ben-Porat said his group
would act independently
and would present its
claims before every forum,
including the UN. He stated
that only in that way would
the world learn "about the
persecutions, the torture
and the confiscation of
property" suffered by Jews
in Arab countries.

Golda Urges Youth to Go on Aliya

_ WASHINGTON (JTA) —
U.S. Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger, at a press
conference Wednesday, saw
little chance for a second
interim peace agreement
between Syria and Israel.
Kissinger said, "We, of
course, support negotiations
between Israel and Syria on
this subject" but "Syria has
declared so repeatedly that
it won't negotiate alone and
only in an Arab context,
that I would think that a
separate agreement be-
tween Syria and Israel with-
out involving some other
parties is now less likely
than would have seemed the
case several months ago."
Kissinger did not identify
the "other parties" he had in
mind but apparently he was
referring to the Palestini-
ans. President Hafez Assad
or Syria has adamantly re-

Students React
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fused any further negotia-
tions with Israel unless the
Palestinian question is in-
cluded.
Regarding Lebanon, the
secretary said, "We have
stated repeatedly and we
support the independence
and sovereignty of Lebanon
and the right of the commu-
nities within Lebanon to
lead their own lives."
Kissinger added, "We
would believe that any out-
side military intervention
from whatever quarter
would involve the gravest
threat to peace in the Mid-
dle East. We have left the
parties concerned with no
doubt that the U.S. would
oppose any military inter-
vention from whatever
quarter."
Kissinger will visit Mos-
cow next week for talks
with Soviet officials on dis-
armament and other mat-
ters. He is expected back in
Washington by Jan. 29 in
time for the visit of Premier
Yitzhak Rabin.

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Day War-and the Yom Kip-
pur War, according to a sur-
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When asked about the
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tions who do not make aliya,
Mrs. Meir said young Zion-
ists should decide to go to Is-
rael when they are young or
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following the same patterns
the elders they now criti-
American Interest of
cize. She said while youths
are not always better than
in Aliya Praised
their elders they are "more
Yehiel Leket, national di- apt to do the things they be-
rector of the Israel Aliyah lieve in."
Center in the U.S. and Can-
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by U.S. interest in aliya at a
meeting Wednesday of the
Michigan Regional Aliyah
Council at the Maple Jewish
Community Center.
Leket said more than
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