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July 15, 1977 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26 Friday, July 15, 1977

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US. Arabs Visit White House,
Call for Recognition of PLO

WASHINGTON (JTA)—A
delegation from American
Arab organizations visited
the White House Tuesday
morning to urge President
Carter to recognize the Pa-
lestine Liberation Organiza-
tion, invite its chief, Yasir
Arafat to the White House
and to stop "pressing the
Arab states to make peace
with Israel."
The delegation, headed
by Dr. William Small, presi-
dent of the Federation of
American Arab Organiza-
tions, and Dr. M. T. Mehdi,
president of the American-
Arab Relations Committee
and executive director of
the federation, was re-
ceived by William B.
Quandt, a staff member of
the National Security Coun-
cil in charge of Middle East
affairs.
The delegation called on
the President "to terminate
discrimination against
American Arabs." The
group charged that by re-
ceiving only Jewish lead-
ers, the President discrimi-
nated against Arab Ameri-
cans in favor of American
Jews. They also asked for a
meeting with the President.
Last week, a nine-mem-
ber delegation, headed by
Michael Saah, incoming
president of the -American
Ramallah Federation, an
American Palestinian
group, met for a half-hour
at the State Department
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Israel's African
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NEW YORK—A recent
letter to the editor of To
The Point International, a
Belgium-based news-
magazine, brings home the
impact of Israeli aid in
Black Africa:
"Traveling from Zambia
to Ethiopia, I saw in the
bush where before there
was only desolation, several
young flourishing citrus
plantations thanks to a
well-planned irrigation sys-
tem. I asked the young na-
tive technicians at work
who was responsible for
their training. The answer:
`The Israelis,' adding that
they deplored the fact that
these helpers to devel-
opment had been driven
away by political pressure
after the 1973 war.
"The African technicians
also added, 'The Israelis
came here not to make
money for themselves, but
to teach us how to work.'
"Is • it not high time that
Israel be once more al-
lowed to participate in Afri-
can development?"

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