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September 17, 1976 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-09-17

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6 Friday, September 17, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Turk Denies Coolness to Israel

Simon Explains Anti-Boycott 'Misgivings

(Continued from Page 1)
drawn up. They're still
working on it in
Washington. It is a 1,700-
page document. It has
some good things in and
some bad things. We have
to weigh the good and bad.
But I believe on balance

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the bill is more probably
good than bad."

It will be Ford's "call
to make" on whether to
veto the measure with
anti-Arab boycott pro-
visos, Simon said, adding,
that if there is more good
than bad in the reform
tax measure, he "would
recommend that the
President sign it."
He reiterated that with
the anti-Arab boycott
sections in the reform
measure, "tensions will
be exacerbated. I know
that this whole boycott
issue and the threat of

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legislation has cost the
United States unneces-
sarily billions of dollars of
business with the Arab
countries that would
have come to our Ameri-
can businessmen, includ-
ing the Jewish commun-
ity businessmen."
Simon said that a public

Senate OKs Foreign Aid Bill

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$735 million in economic
supporting assistance.
Egypt is to get $700 mill-
ion in economic aid; Jor-
dan, $75 million; and
Syria, $80 million. In ad-
dition, Jordan is ear-
marked for ultimate Ad-
ministration decision on
$55 million in military
credits, $70 million in
military assistance for
purchases and $800,000
for military training.
The Senate adopted
without dissent an
amendment by Sen. James
Abourezk (D-SD) provid-
ing for $35 million in spe-

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Publication of a secret re-
port addressed to Pre-
mier Yitzhak Rabin
which recommended that
the government adopt a
hard line toward Israel's
Arab population, stirred
a storm of controversy in
the Knesset and demands
for dismissal of a ranking
official of the interior
ministry identified as one
of the report's co-authors.

The document ap-
peared in full in Al
Hamishmar, the Mapam
daily, which said it, was
written by Yisrael
Koenig, the interior
ministry's representative
for northern Israel; Zvi
Aldorati, Mayor of Migdal
HaEmek, a new develop-
ment town near
Nazareth; and two Labor
Party members who were
unidentified.
It was written several
months ago and sent un-
signed to several persons,

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cial aid for the Lebanese.
Of this amount, $10 million
would be given to the State
department for -a U.S.
military hospital ship to be
stationed in Lebanese
waters to. help war victims.
The USS Sanctuary was
mentioned by Abourezk
..for this purpose.
. The Abourezk . measure
also provides $20 million
as the U.S. contribution
to a United Nations fund
for Lebanon. An addi-
tional $5 million would be
given to the Interna-
tional Committee of the
Red Cross for services in
Lebanon.

Secret Report Against Israeli
Arabs Sparks Knesset Debate

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confrontation on the
boycott issue has flared
up because . this is "an
election year when you
have politicians instead
of statesmen more in-
terested in getting
elected in the next elec-
tion than they are in the
next generation."

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including Rabin, and was
marked "secret."
Aides to the premier
said that he never read it
and that the suggestions it
contained were never
seriously considered. But
Mapam MK Aharon Efrat
demanded that Interior
Minister Yosef Burg fire
Koenig immediately be-
cause he was not fit to deal
with a region heavily popu-
lated by Arabs.
Efrat's demand was
backed by several other
MKS who submitted
questions and presented
motions for the agenda
when the Knesset con-
vened for a special recess
session to take up other
matters. Another special
session was demanded to
deal with the revelations
by the newspaper.
The nub of. the argu-
ment is whether Israel's
Arab population should
be given full, equal rights
with all other Israeli citi-
zens or whether the gov-
ernment should adopt a
tough policy, supporting
"positive" Arabs who
cooperate with the au-
thorities while cacking
down on the "negative"
ones.
Rabin, and his advisor
on Arab affairs, Shmuel
Toledano, reportedly
favor a liberal policy to-
ward the Arab popula-
tion. Koenig is a hard-
liner whose views are
supported in Likud —
though with many excep-
tions — and by certain
elements in the Labor
Alignment.

An ignorant man will al:
ways be the first to be
heard.
—The Talmud

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JERUSALEM (JTA)
Yosmatin Celebi, a
member of the Turkish
Senate visiting Israel,
said that his country was
interested in maintaining
friendly ties with all na-
tions and that he was not
aware of any Turkish
coolness toward Israel.
Celebi, a former Istanbul
radio news director, was
interviewed on the Israeli
radio during a tour of its

studio's.
He stressed that his
visit to Israel — the first
in a long time by a Tur-
kish political figure —
was private. But he con-
ceded that it did have cer-
tain political significance.
Turkey, a Moslem coun-
try, has been neutral in
the Arab-Israeli conflict.
But Ankara has kept a
low profile with respect to
its relations with Israel.

Appeal Workers Meet in Europe

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
A European Conference
of Keren Hayesod-United•
Israel Appeal, will con-
vene in Lausanne, Swit-
zerland with the partici-
pation of 200 campaign
leaders and key workers
from all over Europe and
Great Britain.
The conference opens
Sunday, with Yosef Al-
mogi, World Zionist Or-
ganization and Jewish
Agency Executives
chairman, giving the

keynote address. Ezra
Shapiro, KH-UIA world -
chairman will speak on__
the conference's goals.

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