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September 10, 1976 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-09-10

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26 Friday, September 10, 1976

Argentina Reports Bombings Increasing in Jewish' Areas

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BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
— A Jewish school in the
Flores quarter and a
synagogue on 011eros St..
were extensively dam-
aged by powerful bombs.
There were no casualties.
The latest bombing in-
cidents against Jewish
institutions were re-

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ported by the DAIA
which appealed to the
government and public
opinion to condemn the
attacks and make every
effort to apprehend and
punish the perpetrators.
The DAIA, the central
representative body r of
Argentine Jewry, de-
scribed the bombings as
part of a systematic crim-
inal campaign being
waged against Jews
which threatens the en-
tire country.
Meanwhile, Argentine
Ambassador Arnaldo T.

Minister Disavows
Link With Gush

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Religious Affairs Minis-
ter Yitzhak Raphael has
disassociated himself
from the "prayer de-
monstrations" being held
by Gush Emunim mem-
bers at the old Hadassah
Hospital building in Heb-
ron.
But the minister has
also condemned the way
the Hebron military gov-
ernment has treated the
worshippers.
Speaking on Army
Radio, Raphael said he
had a different concep-
tion of how a person
should behave when he is
alone with his creator,
and therefore could not
accept turning prayers to
demonstrations.
The building, however,
clearly belonged to Jews
and there could be no
question that it should be
returned to its rightful
owners, he added.

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Musich virtually apolo-
gized for the anti-Semitic
acts of violence in Buenos
Aires and the distribution
in Argentina of Nazi publi-
cations.
Speaking through the
Embassy's chief media of-
ficer, first secretary Her-
nan Massini-Ezcurra, the
ambassador said:
"I am very sorry for the
events (bombings and
shootings) and I hope
they won't occur again.

Aviation Editor
Hits Highjacking

WASHINGTON — In a
recent editorial in Avia-
tion & Space Technology,
Robert Hotz called for
world-wide measures to
be taken to stop aerial
highjacking. Hotz ac-
cused Libya of being the
new world center for the
sponsorship of hijacking
as well as the primary
haven for criminals of the
air.
"It is long past the time
when Libya should be iso-
lated from the rest of the
world economically, dip-
lomatically and socially,"
he stated.
Citing the progress
against hijacking by the
closing of Cuba as safe re-
fuge for hijackers, ex-
tensive passenger screen-
ing by U.S. airlines and
continuing improve-
ments in European air-
port security, Hotz stated
that the last remaining
measure to be taken is in-
ternational cooperation
in such bodies as the Un-
ited Nations and Interna-
tional Civil Aviation Or-
ganization to condemn
aerial piracy.
Hotz stated that in
spite of the clear threat to
all the world which hi-
jacking presents, the
Afro-Asian block in in-
ternational organiza-
tions continues to impede
progress against high-
jacking thus extending
their tacit approval for
this most serious of pre-
sent international
crimes.

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CIIIFTON, N.J. (JTA)-
The Daughters of Miriam
Center for the Aged is one
of several New Jersey
agencies which have re-
ceived passenger vehicles
purchased with federal
and state grants which
will be used to expand the
institution's out-reach
programs for elderly
Jews.
The air-conditioned
vehicle, which contains a
hydraulic lift for persons
confined to wheel-chairs,
was purchased under a
grant from the federal
Urban Mass Transporta-
tion Administration and
matching funds from the
state transportation de-
partment.
The vehicle will be used
in the institution's day
care center program
which currently affords
30 men and women 60 and
older, who are living at
home, a chance to partici-
pate in a daily five-hour
program under profes-
sional guidance at the
day care center.

We are trying to arrest
people responsible, but as
of now, I have no informa-
tion on these arrests. We
are trying to stop dis-
tribution of all publica-
tions that provoke these
kinds of acts."
Both IVIusich
and
Massini-Ezcurra are re-
cent arrivals in
Washington, the ambas-
sador having taken up his
duties six weeks ago and
the media envoy about
two weeks earlier.
While deploring the
outrages, Massini-
Ezcurra characterized
them as "completely iso-
lated events" and claimed
that the Argentine
Jewish community was
"not very worried about
this."
In a related develop-
ment, the executive of the

Latin American Jewish
Congress declared that
the current outbreak of
bombing attacks on Jewish
institutions, proliferation
of Nazi material and circu-
lation of letters threaten-
ing Argentine Jewry are
attempts "to divert public
opinion from rational solu-
tions of real political, so-
cial and economic prob-
lems" now besetting
violence-wracked Argen-
tina.
A statement by the de-
legates condemned "the
proliferation of Nazi ex-
pressions which offends
the tradition and way of
life of Latin American
peoples" and urged them
not to forget nor to allow
themselves to be "drag-
ged by the forces of de-
struction" and to defend
"the dignity and culture
of the human family."

Anti-Semitic Propaganda Seen
Spreading Throughout Mexico

MEXICO CITY (JTA)-
Arab propaganda and
anti-Jewish and anti-
Israel hate material is
flooding Mexico, it was
disclosed here by Sergio
Nudelstejer, the rep-•
resentative of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee in
Mexico and Central
America and secretary
general of the represen-
tative body of Mexican
Jewry.
Discussing this situa-
tion at a special meeting
of the central Jewish
committee which was,at-
tended by representa-
tives of all the Jewish
communal agencies in
Mexico, Nudelstejer said
Mexico is being flooded
with anti-Semitic mate-
rial from Argentina in the
form of leaflets, books and
pocket editions published
by agents of the Palestine
Liberation Organization
and Arab embassies.
In addition to this
material, which is being
distributed free of
charge, by Arab dip-
lomats and the PLO office
to students and intellec-
tuals, there has now ap-
peared in Mexico City a
Spanish edition of
"Tharir" (Liberation)
which previously ap-
peared in Rome. •
The editor and publisher
is Peruvian-born Gloria
Lopez Morales, who was a
leading contributor of vir-
ulent anti-Israel articles to
"Excelsior" during the

Allon Will Meet
Portugal Official

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Foreign Minister Yigal
Allon will confer with
Portugal's Foreign
Minister at the United
Nations this month to
pursue the question of
normalizing relations be-
tween the two countries.
Both officials will be in
New York for the opening
of the General Assembly.
Until the question of es-
tablishing diplomatic ties'
becomes clearer, the two
countries will carry out a
series of commercial and
cultural projects, it was
reported.

period when it hewed to a
left-wing line. She was
ousted from that daily and
is currently editing Tharir
in violation of Mexican
laws.
The publication has no
address and is not regis-
tered but receives the
moral and material assis-
tance of the PLO and
Arab ambassadors.
Nudelstejer also dis-.
played at the meeting an
issue of "Communicado,"
the organ of a fictitious
association of "Friends of
Arab Peoples in Mexico."
It contains malicious and
false accusations against
Israel, the Jewish people
and the local Jewish
community. Apparently,
Communicado is now
subsidized by Libyan
agents since it defends
the regime of Muammar
Qaddafi and bitterly at-
tacks the United States,
Zionism and American
Jews and claims that
there is no anti-Semitism
in the Soviet Union.

MDA Services
Cardiac Patients

TEL AVIV —
Jerusalem's Magen
David Adorn Emergency
Service for the victims of
heart attacks and cardiac
ailments, answered 4,318
urgent calls for help dur-
ing 1975. Its intensive
care/cardiac rescue am-
bulances, supplied by
American Red Magen
David for Israel, carried
2,131 cardiac patients to
the hospital.
The service's special
ambulances, equipped
with modern electronic
monitoring apparatus,
are linked to the inten-
sive cardiac care depart-
merit of the Hadassah
Medical Center.
American Red Magen
David for Israel, a tax
exempt organization
with a membership of
90,000, is the sole au-
thorized arm of support
and supply in the U.S. of
Magen David Adorn Is-
national
rael's
emergency
medical
health and blood services.

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