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August 27, 1976 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-08-27

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6 Friday, August 27, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Peres Believes Syria Will
Annex Eastern Lebanon

(Continued from Page 1)
Officials also reported
that more than 5,600
Lebanese have received
medical treatment in
northern Israel since a
field hospital was set up
in mid-April to treat civil
war veterans.
The decision to open a
regular post at Dovev
stemmed from the fact that
the number of Lebanese
victims coming to Israel
grows daily and about 100
Lebanese in 30 families
crossed the border this
week for month-long visits
in Israel.
The checkpoint will
have a postal service be-
cause Lebanese villagers
are without such services
in Lebanon.
Israeli security forces
made plans to foil antici-
pated efforts by terrorists
to interfere with the as-
sistance to the Lebanese
victims.
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tivities was the firing last
week of a shell from a
Soviet rocket launcher,
aimed at Dovev, near the
medical station there
treating Lebanese vic-
tims. The shell exploded
in an empty area and
caused neither casualties
nor damage.
JTA London correspon-
dent Maurice Samuelson
writes that the Soviet
Union is playing a double
game over the Lebanese
situation. On the one hand,
it voices verbal support for
the Palestinians; on the
other, it carefully refrains
from criticizing Syria,
whose intervention has
tipped the balance in favor
of the Palestinians' Leb-
anese enemies.
It is thus hoping that
when the fighting dies
down it will retain its pos-
ition in Syria and —
through support of the
Palestinian cause — in
the Arab world as a
whole.
In addition to muting
criticism of Syria, the
Soviets also play down
any references to the re-
ligious nature of the civil
war, which they blame
almost entirely on the
machinations of U.S. im-
perialism, Arab reaction
and Zionism. Their aim,
one Moscow commen-
tator declared, was to de-
stroy the Palestine resis-
tance which was "the
strike force of the Arab
national liberation
movement."
Meanwhile, the Soviet
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criticism of Egypt's Presi-
dent Anwar Sadat and the
Saudi monarchy for their
close ties with the United
States. It depicts them as
traitors to the Arab cause,
a charge it refrains from
levelling at Syria.
Israel is not being
neglected in the Soviet
propaganda war. In addi-
tion to its daily Hebrew
broadcasts, Moscow has
introduced overseas
commentaries in Yiddish.
Israeli listeners were
warned on Aug. 11 that,
by sending arms to the
Lebanese right-wing,
"the rulers of Israel are
dragging the country into
a new adventure."

* * *

Druze to Meet
in Golan Buffer

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Defense Minister Shimon
Peres says that Syrian
authorities have agreed
to set up a site in the
Golan Heights buffer
zone to serve Druze
families in both coun-
tries.
The Druze of the two
countries now must use
bullhorns to communi-
cate from opposite sides
of the buffer zone.

PLO May Open
Prague Office

VIENNA (JTA) — The
Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization (PLO) will
soon open an office in
Prague, Czechoslovakia,
at an undisclosed date,
diplomats said.
"A high-ranking PLO
official is scheduled to at-
tend the opening cere-
mony," the diplomats ad-
ded.
Arab sources said, this
was an indication that
either PLO leader Yasir
Arafat or the chief of its
political department,
Farouk Kaddoumi, is
scheduled to come to
Prague.

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Mary Fisher, daughter of
industrialist-philanthropist
Max Fisher, plans to leave
her job as an advance per-
son for President Ford
following the November
election.
According to Glenna
McWhirter of the Free
Press, Miss Fisher has
found the burdens of the job
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Yet, for Miss Fisher the
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work. She complained that

her schedule leaves little
time for socializing.
She plans to return to the
Detroit area and possibly go
back to school or work in
television. She was a
producer for WXYZ-TV
prior to accepting the White
House position.

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Dutch Synagogue
Dispute Continues

AMSTERDAM (JTA)-
The forthcoming inaugu-
ration of the Hague Lib-
eral Synagogue in the
250-year-old building of
the former Portuguese
Synagogue is already
marred by internal quar-
rels, misunderstandings
and squabbles.
The synagogue will be
inaugurated on Sept. 2nd
and the following day will
be held a formal celebra-
tion attended by Queen
Juliana to-mark the 250th
anniversary of the build-
ing which has been re-
stored.
The city's Orthodox
Chief Rabbi Menahem
Fink announced that he
will not attend the cere-
monies to protest against
the fact that they will not
be conducted according to
the Orthodox rite. The
executive of the Hague
Orthodox Jewish congre-
gation will most probably
also be absent. A number
of Dutch Sephardim
openly deplore the "lack
of good taste" in housing
a liberal congregation in
what was the spiritual
home of a community
which perished in the
concentration camps of
the Second World War.

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