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October 21, 1977 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-10-21

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6 Friday, October 21, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Menahem Begin, Moshe Dayan Congratulate West German Skyjack Rescue

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Premier Menahem Begin
and Foreign Minister Moshe
Dayan cabled con-
gratulations to West Ger-
man leaders Tuesday for
the successful commando
raid that freed 86 hostages
aboard and hijacked Luf-
thansa jet at Mogadishu
Airport in Somali Monday
night.
Begin's
message,
addressed to Chancellor
Helmut Schmidt, called the
action "indeed a salvation

Conservative Jewish Grou ps Join WZO

NEW YORK, (JTA)—The
establishment of an
independent organization of
Conservative Jews as an
official Zionist organization
to affiliate with the World
Zionist organization to affil-
iate with the World Zionist
Organization, to be known
as Mercaz (Movement for
the Reaffirmation of Con-
servative Zionism ), was
announced by Rabbi Stanley
Rabinowitz, president of the
Rabbinical Assembly, who
is serving as chairman pro-
tern of the new
organization.
Originated at the 1977 con-
vention to the Rabbinical
Assembly, when 50 mem-
bers of the assembly signed
a statement calling for the
creation of an official new
Zionist group, it has since
been endorsed by the
assembly's administrative
committee.

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rejoice." Dayan, in cable to
The group that hijacked
Bolin Foregin
Minister the Lufthansa jet called
Hans-Dietrick
Genscher itself the "Organization of
said "The courageous res- Struggle Against World
cue action will convince the
Imperialism" and listed
world to take the necessary West Germany and Israel
measures to root out terror- as its primary enemies.
ism everywhere."
The hijackers issued a
Many here claimed that statement in Arabic last
Israel set the example for Thursday charging that
the West German operation "While the Zionist regime
when it rescued its own hos- embodies most genuinely a
tages from a hijacked Air practical extension of Naz-
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Its present membership,
Rabinowitz stated, is com-
posed of several hundred
leaders of the Conservative
movement, including Arthur
Levine, president of the
United Synagogue of Amer-
ica, Mrs. Milton Perry,
president of the Women's
League for Conservative
Judaism, and Dr. Morton
Lang, president of the

National Federation of Jew-
ish Men's Clubs, as well as
Rabbinical Assembly
leaders.
An intensive campaign
will be launched immedi-
ately, Rabinowitz said, "and
we expect to enlist 5,000
individual members within
the next month and over
150,000 before our 1978 con-
vention in March.

ties do their utmost to
revive Nazism and expan-
sionist racism in West
Germany."
The terrorists demanded
the release of 11 members
of the notorious Baader-
Meinhoff group imprisoned
in West Germany, and 15
million dollars in ransom
for their hostages. They
said they sought "the
release of our comrades
detained in prisons of the
imperialist-reactionary
Zionist alliance." The state-_
ment also said the hijack
operation 'was code named
"Kfar Kaddoum," the name
of a recently established
Israeli settlement on the
West Bank.
The _Israel Broadcasting
Service inadvertently gave
away the German plans
before the Somalia oper-

ation was completed. By
chance it monitored com-
munications between the
German commando plane
and its base in Germany.
The journalistic "scoop"
was broadcast on Israeli
television Monday night.
When the West German
authorities learned of it they
appealed to all news media
to kill the story which was
done. Nevettheless, author-
ities here have warned
Israeli news editors and
reporters to be more careful
in the future about pub-
licizing such information.

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German Warns of Anti-Semitism

BONN (JTA)—Karl Car-
sten, president of the Ger-
man Bundestag (Parlia-
ment) has warned against a
revival of anti-Semitic ten-
dencies in the country.
Addressing a meeting of the
German Soldiers' Associ-
ation, Carstens said recent
anti-Jewish incidents at a
Munich army academy
were damaging to the repu-
tations of both the Federal
Republic and its army. But
Carstens stressed that the
army had done its utmost to
represent an "uncompromi-
singly - democratic"
standpoint.

Defense Ministry sources
have, meanwhile, confirmed
(following an investigation)
press reports that young

officers at the Munich acad-
emy engaged in a symbolic
"Jew burning" while sing-
ing Nazi songs. The officers
did not—as prviously
reported—write "Jude" on
scraps of paper and card-
board which were tossed
into a fire. But they did
shout "throw another Jew
in" as they fed the fire.
The Ministry has also con-
firmed further anti-Semitic
incidents in the army this
year. A lieutenant who dis-
tributed anti-Semitic post-
ers and stickers in Ham-
burg was dismissed from
the army. Another officer
had been imprisoned for six
months and stripped of his
rank for engaging in
"incitement against a cer-
tain group"
(volksverhetzung ).

Two Injured
in Jerusalem Blast

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JERUSALEM
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Two people were injured
Sunday in a bomb explosion
in the Old City market. MM-
utes later, another explosion
took place near the Jaffa
Gate in the Old City. Police
investigated and bomb
experts searched the area
but no additional bombs
were discovered.
A small bomb also
exploded near an empty
athletic field in Natanya
just before dawn Sunday.
Police reported finding
pamphlets saying the bomb
had been placed by a terror-
ist group calling itseli 'The
Arab Revolutionary Move-
ment." There were no
injuries and no damage.

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