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February 13, 1976 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-02-13

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Anti-Semitic Drama Dr e aws
Heated Debate Among French

PARIS (JTA) — Christo-
pher Marlowe's anti-Semitic
play, "The Jew of Malta,"
has opened here in a huff of
accusations and counter-ac-
cusations.
The play, written by one
of Shakespeare's contempo-
raries, is produced by a
progressive company and is
staged in one of the new
appular" theaters in one of
Paris' working class sub-
urbs.
A spokesman for the com-
pany, Theatre de Genevil-
liers said the play had been
chosen in order to show the
ridicule of its anti-Semitic
argument and thus "to fight
racism."
Preview and first night
audiences in the suburb of
Genevilliers, part of Paris'
"red belt," reacted as the
producers had h -4. Cer-
tain Jewish organizations,
however, have lodged pro-
tests with the company,
charging it is fanning an-
ti-Semitic sentiments.
Another French theater is
staging a play dealing with

Arabs Protest Temple Services

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Police arrested 26 Arab
students Wednesday for
molesting East Jerusalem
shopkeepers who refused to
close their shops in protest
against a recent Jewish
prayer service held on the
Temple Mount, an Islamic
Shrine.
Police Minister Shlomo
Hillel said that police would
continue to enforce the ban
on Jewish religious services
on the Temple Mount, site
of the Mosque of Omar and
the El Aska Mosque, two of

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the holiest shrines of Islam.
The Temple Mount, which
rises above the Western
Wall is forbidden to Ortho-
dox Jews by halakhic law.
But right-wing nationalists
groups have periodically at-
tempted to hold prayer
meetings on the site where
the Second Temple stood
more than 1,900 years ago.
Arab students from East
Jerusalem and the Judaea
and Samaria Regions have
been assembling on the
Temple Mount since Sun-
day to demonstrate
against the acquittal by a
local magistrate of Betar
youth who recently defied
the government's ban on
Jewish religious services
at the Moslem Holy Place.
The government has ap-
pealed the local court's deci-
sion and is seeking to rev-
erse the verdict.
Nevertheless, the incident
had repercussions among
East Jerusalem and West
Bank Arabs who saw the ex-
oneration of the Betar
youths as an abrogation of
the status quo. Police ar-
rested 24 Arab high school
students Monday in the
course of breaking up a
demonstration in which the
police were stoned.
The youths drew no re-
sponse from local mer-
chants to their call for a
general strike. This appar-
ently led to Wednesday's
attempts to coerce mer-
chants in the Old City mar-
ket.

B-G U. Friends
Name Director

NEW YORK — Aron
Chilewich, a New York busi-
ness and philanthropic
leader, has been named
president of the American
Associates of Israel's Ben-
Gurion University of the
Negev, it was announced by
Yosef Tekoah, university
president and former Israel
ambassador to the United
Nations.

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ans and those of the Jews.
The play, written by a
French Jew active in com-
munal affairs, Lilliane At-
lan, is set in the ruins of
Deir Yassin, the Arab vil-
lage whose inhabitants were
killed by Irgun units during
Israel's War of Independ-
ence.

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