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December 16, 1977 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-12-16

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36 Friday, December 16, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Parzen Brochure Describes Genesis of Jewish Agency

Forest Rangers Preview Fire Film

TEL AVIV—Fire-fighting
teams of the Jewish Nation-
al Fund, forest rangers and
afforestation men, were
guests of Warner Brothers
at the recent Israeli pre-
miere of the move "Blazing
Forests", shown at a Tel

Aviv drive-in.
Warner Brothers also pro-
vided the JNF with a sec-
tion from the movie for use
in one of the JNF's tele-
vision broadcasts calling
upon the public to help pre-
vent forest fires.

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Six years of deliberations
for the establishment of the
Jewish National Home in
Palestine, now Israel, are
reviewed in detail in a bro-
chure by Dr. Herbert Par-
zen.
A former Detroiter, Rabbi
Parzen is presently associ-
ated with the Herzl Institute
in New York.
His brochure, "The En-
largement of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine : 1923-
1929," subtitled "A Hope-
Hamstrung," is a reprint of
Rabbi Parzen's article in
the current issue of Jewish
Social Studies.
In his review of the back-
ground of the approaches of
Zionist leaders to the non-
Zionists, Rabbi Parzen de-
scribes the inner conflicts in
Zionist ranks in which Dr.
Stephen S. Wise, Justice
Louis D. BrandeiS, Dr.
Chaim Weizmann, Nahum
Sokolow and others had sig-
nificant roles.
There was a measure of
bitterness in the process,
with the Revisionist forces
under Vladimir Jabotinsky
and primarily Louis Mar-
shall as the major Ameri-
can Jewish leader in impor-
tant roles in the
negotiations.
Why was the "hope ham-
strung," as Dr. Parzen la-
beled his essay? The con-
cluding summation provides
the answer. As Dr. Parzen
asserts:
"The enlarged Jewish
Agency did not fulfill the
hopes which were expected
of it due to a number of
crippling misfortunes. Both
parties were basically un-
happy and even dis-
appointed with the course of
events. It is difficult to sub-
merge an ideal of gener-
ations to the strains and
compromises of practical
affairs.
"The Zionists became

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disheartened because, de-
spite their de-emphasis of
the principle of the primacy
or priority of Palestine,
their expectations for the
financial resources neces-
sary to develop Palestine
were not realized.
"On the other hand, the
non-Zionists became dis-
illusioned because their an-
ticipation that Palestine
would serve as a secure
haven for European Jews in
need of immigration was
foiled by events beyond
their control.
"Almost from the begin-
ning, the enlarged JA was
confronted with a series of
grave political and security
problems which continued
to plague Palestine until the
outbreak of World War II.
The intermittent Arab at-
tacks on the Jewish popu-
lation resulted in official in-
vestigations, followed by a
series of white papers which
tried to appease the Arabs
by whittling down the con-
cept and status of the Jew-
ish National Home. This
process culminated in the
MacDonald White Paper of
1929 which, in effect, crys-
tallized the Jewish National
Home as a minority enclave
within an Arab state.
"Another tragedy affect-
ing the Jewish Agency was
the sudden death of Louis
Marshall, in Zurich, on Sep-
tember 11, 1929—a fortnight
after the creation of the
enlarged Jewish Agency.
His widsom and leadership
were missed at every turn

during the catastrophic
1930s.
"No less distressing was
the death of Lord Melchett
(Sir Alfred Mond) on Dec.
29, 1930. In him the agency
lost a stalwart friend and an
influential statesman in
Britain's political and eco-
nomic life.
"Yet, the life of the
agency was preserved be-
cause the Zionist Organiza-
tion feared—despite Brit-

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Rabbis to Increase

UJA Participation

NEW YORK—A national
project designed to increase
the level of rabbinic partici-
pation in United Jewish Ap-
peal Federation fund raising
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contributors as well as spir-
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