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August 05, 1977 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-05

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Israel Protests French Move
That Permits Arab Boycott

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ment's decision to exclude
Arab-imposed restrictions
on trade with Israel from
the anti-boycott law passed

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liament. Foreign Minister
Moshe Dayan revealed this
step Tuesday to the Knesset
when he called the French
move "a hostile act."
"We cannot but consider
this a hostile act against Is-
rael," Dayan declared,
"and we expect the French
government to act without
delay to correct it."
But the foreign minister
told the Knesset to think
"seven times" before it de-
cides on taking measures
against France that "will
only be self-defeating and
self-humiliating."
Responding to three ur-
gent motions on the French
action, Dayan said he had
doubts about which aspects
of the problem should be
discussed publically. He
spoke in support of "quiet
diplomacy" when several
MKs suggested that world
Jewry should be mobilized
in an anti-France boycott.
The Knesset agreed. to
Dayan's suggestion to refer
the matter to the Foreign
Affairs and Security Com-
mittee.

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Jewish Dentists for Israel

TEL AVIV — A total of 100
Russian immigrant dentists
recently completed a ret-
raining course at the Den-
tal Division of the School of
Continuning Medical Educa-
tion at ;el Aviv University
and are now qualified to
practi6e dentistry in Israel.
Most of the graduates
will serve in public health
centers in underprivileged
districts, border areas and
rural villages. Others will
enter private practice.
Requirements to practice
dentistry in Israel are high-
er than in the Soviet Union
and many new immigrants
who come, need "retrain-
ing" to meet the licensing
standards of the 'Ministry of
Education. Some, who have
degrees in dentistry from
the Soviet Union, that is
have completed basic stud-
ies at a medical school with

Jewish Groups
Back Energy Plan

NEW YORK—A firm gov-
ernment-enforced program
of energy conservation and
increased domestic energy
production has been given
strong endorsement by a na-
tional council of American
Jewish organizations.
Unless such a program is
pursued urgently,. said a
statement by the National
Jewish Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council, "we
are convinced that disaster
is imminent."
The statement urges can-
cellation of foreign tax cred-
its to oil producers' and
calls for direct inter-,
governmental negotiation of
oil prices with the OPEC
countries instead of by indi-
.vidual oil companies, with
all purchase agreements
for imported oil being made
by the U.S. government.
The council is comprised
of the American Jewish
Committee, American Jew-
ish Congress, Bnai Brith-
Anti-Defamation League,
Jewish Labor Committee,
Jewish War Veterans of the
U.S.A., National Council of
Jewish Women, Union of
American Hebrew Congre-
gations, Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of
America, United Synagogue
of America and 101 local
Jewish community relations
councils.

Unemployment Up

BRUSSELS
(ZINS)—
Based in part on higher
prices paid for imported
Arab oil, there are now
some 15 million unem-
ployed in the nine countries
that make up the European
Common Market.

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However, others who
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titioner—that is have com-
pleted high school and stud-
ied denistry at a technical
school—need to take addi-
tional courses to qualify as
a dentist. .
Tel Aviv University devel-
oped a special one-year
course at the School of Con-
tinuing Dental Education,
Sackler School of Medicine.
The 1,500-hour course includ-
es one teacher supervising
the work of each two Rus-
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cent of Johannesburg's
Jews plan to remain in
South Africa, but that 47
percent are unsure of their
future in that country, and
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Arab terrorists infiltrating
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