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April 02, 1976 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-02

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April 2, 1976 5

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NEW YORK (JTA) — The
Committee for Rescue of
Syrian Jewry has filed a
complaint with the National
News Council over the fol-
low-up broadcast on Syrian
Jewry on the CBS-TV "60
Minutes" program con-
ducted by Mike Wallace.
In a letter addressed to
the council, Rabbi Joseph
Harari, executive director of
the Rescue Committee, said
"We deplore the new CBS
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French radio as "head of the
Jewish community in Syria"
said in a Paris interview
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with Syrian President As-
sad who told hirr. that in the
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izens of that country with-
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broadcast in which Mike
Wallace has once again
failed to portray the true
picture of the sufferings of
the 4,500 Jews forced to re-
main in Syria." Harari con-
tended that Wallace's fol-
low-up showed "more
concern" with defending the
original broadcast on Syrian
Jewry 13 months ago which
was condemned by many
Jewish organizations as a
distortion of the facts.
Harari wrote, "We are
dismayed by Wallace's ada-
mant refusal to retract his

irresponsible statement
that 'Jews are suspect in
Syria as a possible fifth col-
umn' even though President
Hafez Assad admits that
Syrian Jews are loyal citi-
zens."
He charged that Wallace
"has even gone further this
time by stating that 'most
governments, even our own,
would consider these people
as potentially dangerous to
the national security' " and
by observing that " 'Jews
are Jews and Israel's guns
are only 40 miles away.' "

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Carey Approves
Kashrut Ruling

The requirement also
applies to the use of
"type" or "style" or any
other expression used in
conjunction with
"Jewish" or "Hebrew."
The law appli,s to non-
kosher food sold at hotels
and restaurants and any
place where food is sold for
consumption on or off the
premises.

The new law also extends
the same protective require-
ments for the use of the
term "kosher" to the use of
the term "Kosher for Pas-
sover."

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ALBANY, N.Y. (JTA) —
Governor Hugh L. Carey of
New York last week signed
into law a bill strengthening
the kashrut laws in relation
to the sale of non-kosher
products bearing an inscrip-
tion "Jewish" or "Hebrew"
style or type.
The new law restricts the
sale of any non-kosher meat
or meat preparation or food
product which is labeled or
advertised with the words
"Jewish" or "Hebrew" un-
less the word non-kosher is
displayed. The words non-
kosher must be displayed in
English, the same size let-
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