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May 06, 1977 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-05-06

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12 Friday, May 6, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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TORONTO (JTA)—Fifty
young people of The Pente-
costal Assemblies of Can-
ada (PAOC) will take - part
in "Exodus to Israel," a
six-week opportunity to
study and work in the Holy
Land, the agency has an-
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Fourth Decade." It consists
of an introduction, seven
essays and six appendices.
In the essay, "Israel's
Ethnic and Social Class
Struggles,'" Ben-Meir ana-
lyzes the political, econom-
ic, social, and educational
disparaties existing be-
tween Israel's Ashkenazic
and Sephardic commu-
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Ben-Meir is disturbed by
the great number of Orien-
tal educated Jews who
"were forced into exile by
virtue of their inability to
combat the inertia and so-
cial inequality of the politi-
cal bureaucracy..,many" of
these "exiled" Jews suc-
ceeded in becoming hihgly
respected citizens of their
new countries for their con-
tributions in science, medi-
cine, and business."

The essay. "Demographic
Conditions in Israel: a Dan-
gerous Prospect," is a co-
gent diagnosis of Israel's in-

ternal and external affairs
as they are affected by its
population composition, and
is a prognosis of the coun-
try's political future which
demographic factors may
determine.
The author points out that
in order. for Israel to sur-
vive as a Jewish state, its
Jewish population must in-
crease from "three million
at present to six million by
the year 2000."
The essay, "The Arab Pa-
lestinians: A New Pros-
pect," examines the forces
hindering a peace settle-
ment with the Arabs, and
presents a plan for a peace-
ful solution of the stale-
mate. The plan includes
self-rule for the Arabs,
deMilitarization of the West
Bank and the Gaza Strip, Is-

raeli transitional super-
vision over these terri-
tories, and a united Jerusa-
lem where "the Arabs and
the Christians should have
total and complete control
over their holy shrines and
absolute freedom of wor
ship.
Particularly appropriate
is the essay, "The Need for
a National Government." It
provides an historic per-
spective of Israel's political
system, and is an in-depth
analysis of the factors that
brought about its coalition
governments.
"Israel: the Challenge of
the Fourth Decade"is a
timely and significant con-111
tribution to the current liter-
ature on Israel.

Soviets Charge Sharansky
With Being a Spy for U.S.

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ministers of police and agri-
culture, all the other min-
isters, including the prime
minister, are Ashkenazim.

NEW YORK (JTA)—Ana-
toly Sharansky, a Soviet
Jewish activist, has been
formally - charged with
"being-a spy for the United
States;" the National Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry
(NCSJ) reported. The NCSJ
said_it had learned of the re-
port from Sharansky's wife
who is in London.
Sharansky was jailed last
month following accusa-
tions that he worked for the
Central Intelligence
Agency. On March 15 he
was sized by Soviet secret
police and taken to the no-
torious Lefortovo Prison in
Moscow. -
In a related development,
although biologist George
Wald, a Nobel Laureate,.
and Robert Goldberger of
the National. Institutes of
Health were not permitted
into the Soviet Union, and
other Americans were de-
layed at airports, followed
and photographed, Moscow
refusenik Mark Azbel con-
ducted a scientific - seminar
in his apartment last week.
Nine Americans and one
Canadian attended the semi-
nar, and participants
walked in a nearby park
when "sensitive" issues
were idscussed. The meet-
ings were also attended by
Nobel Laureate Andrei Sak-
harov.
In New York, the Soviet
Union was "indicted" for
crimes against Jews, par-
ticularly the arrest of
Sharansky and other Jewish
activists, at a mock "trial"
on the front steps of the
main New York Public Li-
brary.
The' Greater New York
Conference on Soviet
Jewry, which sponsored the
event, presented 100,000 peti-
tions calling for 'the freeing
of Jewish prisoners in -the
USSR and the right of Jews
to emigrate to an empty
chair that had been re-
served for Oleg Traya-
novsky, the Soviet Ambassa-
dor to the United Nations.
The -trial" was a prelude
to the Solidarity Sunday for
Soviet Jews . march to take
place Sunday.
Nlayor Abraham Beanie
proclaimed May 1 as
Solidarity Day.
Meanwhile._ a •unique
first-of-its-kind docurnen-

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for Soviet Jewish culture
and the urgent need to as-
sist the Jewish "tarbut-
niks" (culturists) in the
USSR, is to be completed
soon according to the pro-
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