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April 09, 1976 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-09

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April 9, 1976 37

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

President Nasser Accused
of Embezzling $15 Million

A VERY
HAPPY
PASSOVER

From The Entire Staff Of

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RESTAURANTS

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NEW YORK — Gamal
Abdel Nasser, late president
of Egypt, deposited $15 mil-
lion in personal accounts
with foreign banks in 1967.
The charges against Nas-
ser are printed in a book by
Egyptian journalist Gallal
Eddin Hamamsi. They were
reprinted recently in the
Cairo weekly newspaper
Akhbar El Yom.
According to the paper,
King Saud of Saudi Arabia
gave Nasser $5 million on
May 28, 1967, as a contribu-
tion to Egypt's war trea-
sury. Nasser, the weekly
claims, deposited the $5 mil-

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Extends Best Wishes
For A

HAPPY & HEALTHY

PASSOVER

REJOICE
THIS
PASSOVER

. . . for it is said, "And thou shalt rejoice on

thy feast days."

We were slaves unto Pharoah, but now

we are free men; free in spirit.

Remember this day and put your trust in
the Lord, for only through trusting Him will
we remain free; free both in spirit and

body.

Richard and Sharon
Lichtman

Northgate Delicatessen

Closed Wednesday, April 14
Reopen Monday, April 26

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
A proposition aimed at in-
creasing the immigration of
Soviet Jews to Israel is
being debated in political
circles. A Cabinet minister,
who prefers to remain anon-
ymous, is credited with hav-
ing conceived the following
idea:
Israel whould propose an
exchange with Moscow. The
Russians would allow the
exit over a four-year period
of 160,000 Jews in exchange
for the relinquishment by
Israel to Syria of the Golan
Heights.
By way of precedent, the
high-ranking official is
quoted as saying, Israel has
already made several
"deals" with America. For
example, Israel agreed to
withdraw from Suez, from
the oil fields at Abu Rodeis,
from the Mitla and Gidi
Passes — for which Egypt
gave nothing in return, the
price being paid by America
in weapons and money.

WASHINGTON (ZINS)
— A study just published by
the Union for the Control of
Armaments reveals that it
costs Israel $31,748 per year
for every man or woman in
uniform as compared with
$5,792 in Egypt, $2,947 for
Syria, and $1,877 for Jor-
dan.
Israel has one doctor for
every 361 inhabitants. On
this scale, Egypt ranks 50th,
Syria 65th, and Jordan 66th
among the nations of the
world. In terms of total out-
lays for defense, Israel now
ranks eighth in the world
with Egypt 19th and Saudi
Arabia 23rd..

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Cites Simone Well

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
French Health Minister Si-
mone Weil recently received
an honorary doctorate at
the Weizmann Institute in
Rehovot.
In her address, she said
the concept of Palestine —
which at the time had
meant nothing to her — had
been a ray of hope for many
of the Jews incarcerated
with her in German concen-
tration camps during World
War II. She praised Chaim
Weizmann, founder of the
Institute and Israel's first
president, as a man who
symbolized the synthesis
between pure science and
public office.
Also honored by the Insti-
tute at the same doctoral
ceremony was Gerhard
Herzberg, of Canada, who
won a Nobel Prize for chem-
istry.

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WISHES EVERYONE A

HAPPY
PASSOVER

THE ULTIMATE DISCOTHEQUE

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Wishes Everyone

A JOYOUS
PASSOVER

Israel Spends
Most for Military

STEPHENSON CLUB

[51

lion in his personal account
in a foreign bank.
Ten days later King Saud
gave Egypt another $10 mil-
lion, this time as a loan.
Nasser deposited the $10
million into his own account
in another foreign bank. He
then decreed that the Egyp-
tian government would re-
pay the loan, which to date
it has not.

Israeli Proposes
People-Land Trade

THE STAFF OF

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T HE

Sincerest Wishes For A

JOYOUS PASSOVER

Filled With Much
Health . . . and The
Goodness of Life

To The Many People Whose
Friendship We Cherish Dearly

From The Entire Staff Of

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