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November 05, 1976 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-11-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel Dismisses Arab Territory, Apartheid

UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — Israel charged
Monday the Security
Council debate on the
situation in the adminis-
tered territories, con-
vened at the request of
Egypt, was "part of the
opening salvo in the an-
nual Arab-inspired
preoccupation of the Un-
ited Nations with Israel."
The statement asserted
that the Egyptian initia-
tive was taken against
the background of re-
peated Arab efforts "to
aflame Moslem religious
elings, specifically at a
time coinciding with in-
ternational conferences,
such as the General As-
sembly."
The statement referred
to the Hebron incidents in
September, claiming that
the disturbances there
resulted from provoca-
tions by the Arab states
and certain Moslem re-
ligious leaders.
It noted that the Tomb of
the Patriarchs, the scene
of desecrations on Yom
Kippur, was reopened to
worshippers of all faiths
several days before
Egypt's request for a de-
bate and that life in Heb-

ron has returned to nor-
mal:
Meanwhile, Israel's
Ambassador to the Un-
ited Nations, Chaim Her-
zog, responded sharply to
repeated attacks by Arab
delegates on Israel for its
relations with the gov-
ernment of South Africa.
Taking the floor during
the General Assembly's
continuing debate on
apartheid, Herzog ac-
cused the Arabs of a
"most disgusting exhibi-
tion of double-talk, two-
faced duplicity and un-
ashamed hypocrisy."
The Israeli envoy de-
clared that the Arab
countries that accuse Is-
rael of collaborating with
apartheid and racism,
themselves have connec-
tions with the South Afri-
can government.
Herzog declared that Is-
rael's
rael's attitude against
apartheid remained un-
changed. He said that Is-
rael did not hide its rela-
tionship with South Africa
and that the relationship
was based on the belief
that the process of
dialogue is the only
method to resolve con-
flicts.

But, Herzog said, Is-
rael's relations with
South Africa are singled
out although many coun-
tries, including the
Arabs, have such rela-
tions with the Pretoria
government and South
African officials visit
those countries.
Herzog responded to
last week's "vicious at-
tack" on Israel by Egypt
which, he said, was in vio-
lation of the second Sinai
interim accord signed last
year by Egypt, Israel and
the U.S.

Friday, November 5, 1976

5

Charges at United Nations

He cited fresh reports
to the effect that Egypt
has been sending
teachers to South Africa
until two months ago. He
also attacked Ira. who

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Trifa Ouster Sought

(Continued from Page 1)
The NCC action came
after Jewish groups sat-in
at NCC offices in New
York twice in the last
month to protest against
Trifa. The U.S. Immigra-
tion and Naturalization
Service case against him
that he falsified informa-
tion about his Iron Guard
ties when he came to this
country in 1950 and when
he became a citizen in
1957, has been pending in
Detroit's Federal District
Court for nearly a year.

Trifa was supposed to
give a deposition in the
case this summer, but
that was postponed be-
cause he suffered a
stroke. He was able to
travel to New York for
Saturday's NCC meeting.
U.S. Assistant Attor-
ney Frederick Van Tiem,
who recently replaced
Michael Gladstone on the
Trifa case, told reporters
last weekend that he did
not expect the Trifa case
to go to trial until at least
mid-1977.

Anti-Semitic Church Article
Angers Greek Jews, WJC

GENEVA — The World
Jewish Congress says
anti-Semitism has now
appeared in Greece, in
outbursts by members of
the hierarchy of the
Greek Orthodox Church,
in their campaign against
the Jehovah's Witnesses.
In a recently published
article by the Apostolic
Deaconship of Athens en-
- titled "The Jehovahs —
Enemies of the Faith and
the State," it was de-
- clared that "the Witnes-
es are nothing but
camouflage for Judaism;
they have therefore close
links with the World
Zionist Organization,
which finances them
generously".
The local press has re-
flected the violent anti-
Semitic outbursts which
followed the popular dis-
satisfaction with the
American stand over the
conflict with Turkey.
According to the WJC, a
particularly venomous ar-
ticle by Archimandrite
Vasilopoulos appeared in
the newspaper Ethnikos
Kyryx. And a new edition
of the -Protocols of the El-
ders of Zion was published
by the editor of the news-

I

p'aper Christian Democ-
racy.

The Central Board of
Jewish Communities of
Greece made a public
statement denying any
connection whatsoever
between Judaism and the
Witnesses, and sent a
note of protest to the Ar-
chbishop of Athens, Pri-
mate of the Greek Or-
thodox Church.
Dr. D. C. Magliveras,
public relations director
of the board, in a meeting
with a senior church offi-
cial, was informed that
the Archbishop of Athens
and the Whole of Greece
had ordered that no
parallels were to be
drawn between the Wit- •
nesses of Jehovah and
Judaism, in any ,official
publication of the, church.
The editor of the news-
paper Ethnikos Kyryx
explained to the Central
Board that only due to "an
error" was the article by
Archimandrite Vas-
ilopoulos published.
Archimandrite Vas-
ilopoulos, who , is also
fighting against the offi-
cial Greek Orthodox
Church, has since been
stripped of all authority

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