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June 11, 1976 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dulzin Hits Report of Planned
Yerida by Moroccan Jews

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
An unconfirmed report in
Haaretz that substantial
numbers of North African

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. .

Jews in Israel were plan-
ning to return to Morocco at
the invitation of that coun-
try brought a strong denial
from Jewish Agency trea-
surer Leon Dulzin and a
Knesset motion by Likud
leader Menachem Beigin for
an investigation of reported
yerida to Arab lands.
Beigin proposed the es-
tablishment of a commis-
sion to study the motives be-
hind yerida and why some
Jews desire to leave. Accord-
ing to Haaretz, Arab states
have set up a $5 million fund
to encourage Jews and espe-
cially Israelis who left the
Arab countries of their
birth, to return.
Haaretz said there was
opposition to the fund in
Morocco because of that
country's pressing eco-
nomic problems but that
King Hassan plans to have
a "colony" of some 200 Is-
raeli returnees in Rabat by
the end of this year.
The Haaretz report also
said that French Jewish in-
tellectuals of the left and
some Israeli leftists have
been trying to encourage
Israeli families to consider
returning to Morocco.

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June VI, 1976 25

U.S.-Israel Business. Council Meets on Trade

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Top American industrialists
and leading Israeli business-
men got together here this
week for the first meeting of
the Joint U.S.-Israel Busi-
ness Council, a body estab-
lished by the two countries
to encourage trade between
them and further American
investments in Israel.
The American delegation
is headed by former Gov.

Dutchmen Held
in Bomb Incident

AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
Two young Dutchmen,
25-year-old Hugo Muller
and 26-year-old Rudolf
Meyer, were remanded for
one week Monday by a
Dutch magistrate. The two
men, both known for their
contacts with leftist organi-
zations, are suspected of
complicity in the May 25
Ben-Gurion Airport explo-
sion.
A man who died when his
suitcase exploded when
opened by security agents,
carried Muller's passport.
Muller himself reportedly
told police first that he had
lost it, then that he had
given it to a member of the
Bader-Meinhof group to
enable him to flee West Ger-
many where he was wanted
by police. The arrests in-
volved the Bader-Meinhof
group in the airport explo-
sion. Dutch police said more
arrests are likely to follow.

George Romney of Michi-
gan. Romney, who was Sec-
retary of Housing and Ur-
ban Development in the
first Nixon Administration
and formerly headed Amer-
ican Motors, declared to his
Israeli hosts, "We are here
because we want to help."
He read a message of en-
couragement from U.S. Sec-
retary of Commerce Elliott
Richardson and assured
Premier Yitzhak Rabin that
the Departments of Com-
merce, State, Treasury and
all other government agen-
cies were deeply interested
in the success of the Joint
Business Council.
The premier said Is-
rael's three economic
goals were continued eco-
nomic growth, reinforce-

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capacity, and closer inte-
gration into the interna-
tional economy.
He said Israel's links with
the European Common
Market with which it re-
cently concluded tariff
agreements and its geo-
graphical proximity to Eu-
ropean markets, should "be
of interest" to potential
American investors.

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man who was the victim
and, allegedly, the perpetra-
tor of the airport explosion
was reportedly identified as
Bernd Haussmann, a West
German national. The ex-
plosion also took the life of
an Israeli woman security
guard and injured nine
other persons.

Israel Budget Cut
Decision Delayed

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The cabinet decided to defer
for one week a decision on
an IL 2 billion budget cut
urged by Finance Minister
Yehoshua Rabinowitz.
The deferment was re-
quested by Defense Minis-
ter Shimon Peres who
firmly opposed a reduction,
reportedly of some IL 800
million, proposed for the
defense ministry. Peres said
he wanted more time to
"further study" the issue.
Housing Minister Avra-
ham Ofer also voiced objec-
tions to the budget cut, ar-
guing that it would create
further unemployment in
the construction industry
where joblessness is already
high.
Rabinowitz explained
that cutbacks were neces-
sary to maintain the IL
85.2 billion budget ceiling
for the current fiscal year.
He said the cabinet's ear-
lier calculations were
based on a 25 percent rise
in costs whereas the actual
cost increase will run over
30 percent this year.
He was challenged by
other ministers to tighten
up on income tax collections
to bring more revenue into
the treasury.

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