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April 22, 1977 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 0

Right in Your

David Dombey Exhibits Photos
of Israel at Main Jewish Center

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"Israel Through The Lens
Of David Dombey - is the
title of a photographic ex-
hibit that will take place
May 1 - 8 at the Jewish
Community Center of Metro-
politan Detroit.
Dombey, a native Detroit-
er, has been a photographer
for more than 30 sears. In
1968, Dombey made the
first of seven trips to Is-
rael, and he was motivated
to create a permanent dis-

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Christian missionary return-
ing from a visit to Yemen
reported that only 2,000
Jews remain in that coun,_
try, living mostly in small
villages near the Saudi Ara-
bian border.
The missionary said the
Jews are treated well by
their neighbors. No Jews
have returned to Yemen fol-
lowing the much-publicized
appeal for their return last
year. However, Jews are
visiting the country again
for the first time since the
establishment of Israel.

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The scores of recipes are
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This applies to all the
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Rep. Jordan Lauds Israel, U.S. Jews

NEW YORK—Rep. Bar-
bara Jordan (D-Texas)
speaking on U.S.-Israel rela-
tions recently stated,
"When it comes to the state
of Israel, we have common
ties that will not be se-
vered. We have a special
relationship that must be
nurtured. That relationship,
very simply, is rooted in
our common belief in de-
mocracy. That relationship
is rooted in our -willingness
to preserve, protect and de-
fend democracy wherever
it is, and it is in Israel.
"The dream of Zionism
and the existence of the
state of Israel will not be
swept into the dint bin of
history because of the UN
anti-Zionism resolution.
Much more is required to
extinguish the dream that
we have about democracy,
and much more than a reso-
lution is required to destroy
a country.
"As an American, I regr-
et this resolution, but I
don't let that piece of paper
deter my commitment to
the survival of freedom and
liberty and democracy in Is,
rael. That resolution is both-
ersome, • it is a problem.
But it doesn't have any-
thing to do with the sub-
stance of the content of our
belief.
"Black Americans know
that the Jewish community
has been supportive during

Friday, April 22, 1977 41

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