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June 10, 1977 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ZOA to Hear Dulzin, Peled

NEW YORK—Arye Dul-
zin, treasurer of the World
Zionist Organization and a
leader of the Israel Liberal
Party, will address the
Kfar Silver Opening Session
of the 80th national conven-
tion of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, July 11.
The session will take place

at the ZOA Kfar Silver
Campus near Ashkelon.
Gen. Binyamin Peled, Com-
mander in Chief of the Is-
rael Air Force, will address
the delegates to the Conven-
tion July 13, during their
visit to an air force base in
Galilee.

Gur Says Internal Conflicts
in Arab States May Bring War

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Is-
rael's Chief of Staff Gen.

Mordecai Gur, warned Mon-
day that a new war could
break out in the Middle
East as a result of internal

Other speakers who have
been announced for the
ZOA Convention - are: U.S.
Sen. Robert Dole (R-Kan.)
Gen. Mordehai Gur, com-
mander-in-chief of the Is-
rael Defense Forces and Is-
raeli President Ephraim
Katzir.

The convention, to be
held in Jerusalem, Tel
Avia, Caesarea and Kfar Sil-
ver, will take place July 6-
13.

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conflicts in the Arab states,
irrespective of Israel's poli-
cies toward the adminis-
tered territories and with-
out any provocative action
by Israel.
He also claimed that it
was dangerous for Israel to
put much faith in security

BRAVERMAN'S

guarantees by the big
powers.
Addressing the 50th na-
tional convention of Israel's
Bnai Brith, Gur said the les-
sons of the Six-Day War
should be remembered. He
recalled that the American
guarantee to keep the
Straits of Tiran open pro-
ved worthless when Egypt
closed the straits in May
1967.
He said that after the
Yom Kippur War when Is-
rael asked the U.S. to put
certain commitments into
writing, it was given to un-
derstand that written agree-
ments do not obligate super-
powers to act when it is not
in their interests and when
it is, they will act with or
without signed documents.
Gur warned the Arab
states not to mistake inter-
nal criticism in Israel as a
sign of weakness. He said
that Israel is a democracy
and as such must have the
physical and moral strength
to face each new situation
and use it as a springboard
for growth.

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Israel Protests Alleged Egypt
Violations of Sinai Agreement

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TEL AVIV (JTA)—The Is-
raeli army is keeping a
close watch on intensified
military activity in Egypt
and Syria while Israel has
lodged its third protest in
recent days over alleged
Egyptian violations of the
1975 Sinai disengagement
agreements.
The Egyptian and Syrian
armies have held extensive
military exercises. Civil air
defense exercises have
been conducted in Cairo
and other Egyptian cities
and Egyptian forces have
been deployed in some
strength in regions close to
the Gulf of Suez.
Western diplomats be-
lieve the Egyptians are de-
liberately trying to create
tension- in the region. Some
Israeli sources were quick
to blame President Carter's

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recent remarks on the
Middle East for encour-
aging extremists in the
Arab camp leading to
muscle-flexing by the Egyp-
tians and Syrians.
Israeli military circles do
not regard Egyptian viola-
tions of the Sinai pact as a
military threat, but they
are not certain whether the
violations are inadvertent
or.are a means of testing Is-
rael's reaction.

The protest lodged with
the United Nations Emer-
gency Force (UNEF) in
Sinai claimed that Egypt
was deploying more sol-
diers in its Sinai zone than
permitted by the dis-
engagement pact and that
it had introduced SAM-7
(STRELA) ground-to-air
missiles. also a violation.

Congressman Praises Israel
at Celebration; Sinatra Cited

.

WASHINGTON, (JTA)—
House Majority Leader Jim
Wright (D-Texas) declared
at a celebration of Israel's
29th anniversary, that "Je-
rusalem, like peace, is one
and cannot exist in frag-
ments" and that the United
States "must insist, peace
means peace, not in land,
but in reconciliation."
Speaking on behalf of Con-
gress at the Israel Independ-
ence Ball at the Washington
Hilton Hotel, Wright told
the Israelis, ."You have
given us inspiration" in pro-
viding "the most con-
vincing modern demonstra-
tion of man's triumph over
an inhospitable environ-
ment."
Because of Israel, Wright'
said, "civilized man need,
no longer live in fear of
mindless terrorism." With.
Israel's burden of taxation
"more than twice" that in
the United States, he

Friday, June 10, 1977 43

added, "all mankind owes
you and all Israel a debt."
About 1,200 attended the
black tie affair under the
patronage of Israeli Am-
bassador and Mrs. Simha
Dinitz. It was the largest In-
dependence Ball since these
celebrations were begun
here in 1956.
Entertainer Frank Si-
natra was presented by Din-
itz with Israel's Cultural
Award.

Rio -Tel Aviv Link

RIO DE JANEIRO
(JTA)—Rio de Janeiro and
Tel Aviv will become twin
cities, according to Dr.
Marcos Tamoio, Mayor of
the Brazilian city.
Tamoio, who recently vis-
ited Israel, said the agree-
ment will be signed during
the forthcoming visit to Rio
of Tel Aviv Mayor Shlomo
Lehat.

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