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March 03, 1978 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-03-03

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Dutch Anti-Semitism Told

AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
Anti-Jewish prejudice
among the Dutch people
was brought home in a
dramatic way last Saturday
during a 90-minute radio
program devoted to anti-
Semitism in Holland.
The program gave listen-
ers a chance to phone in
their reactions, and the re-
sults were striking.
Several Jewish mothers
reported that pupils in kin-
dergarten and elementary
schools have made anti-
Semitic remarks such as
calling their children "dirty
Jew."

The mothers noted that
such epithets could only
indicate that the parents

Austria Studies
Kfir Purchase

.

VIENNA (JTA) — Au=
stria is interested in pur-
chasing Kfir int*-ceptor
fighters from Israel but the
Austrian government is not
expected to make a definite
decision before -1980, gov-
ernment sources said.
The sources said Defense
Ministry experts- believe
that Austria needs 18-24
fighter planes to bolster-its
air space defense.
Israel has offered Austria
20 Kfir fighters in exchange
for industrial and agricul-
tural products. However,
some critics fear that such
an arms-for-products deal
would jeopardize Austria's
trade relations with the
Arab world. A similar deal
was cancelled last year for
that reason.

Fire Bomb Aimed at Second Banker

of these pupils must use
them at home. -

In addition, the mothers
noted that even in secon-
dary schools very little at-
tention is given to the de-
struction of six million
European Jews, including
100,000 Dutch Jews, who
were killed by the Nazis.

French Canada,
Israel Sustain
Cultural Link

- MONTREAL (.JTA) — All
seven Israeli universities
have agreed with seven
French language univer-
sities in Quebec, Ontario
and New Brunswick to sup-
port the cultural exchange
program sponsored by
Amitie, the' society for the
promotion of cultural rela-
tions between Israel and
French Canada.
This resolution was an-
nounced by, the newly-
elected co-chairmen of
Amitie, Rene J. A. Leves-
que, dean of the faculty of
the arts and sciences of the
University of Montreal, and
Dr. Stephen Barberjoun-
der of the Canada-Israel
Chamber of Commerce, at a
meeting at the University of
Montreal.
•Mordechai Shalev, Is-
rael's Ambassador to
Canada, addressed the au-
dience in French recalling
Dr„ Chaim Weizmann's
prophecy that "The univer-
sity will be our spiritual for-
tress."

In New Jersey it's against
the law to slurp your soup.

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
For the second time within a
week the private premises
of an Egyptian World Bank
official were set on fire.

Va. Damage was slight and
no one was injured.

Early last week, in cir-
cumstances similar to a
Bethesda, Md. incident, a
gasoline can was placed at
the garage of Saad el
Fishay, 54, of Arlington,

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