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April 21, 1978 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-21

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Friday, April 21, 1978 39

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Passover commemorates
the exodus of the children of
Israel from Egyptian bon-
dage.

TEE MN.
ROADIOUSE

C

Relax,

enjoy good
food and drink
at moderate cost

ADL Head Urges Britain to Pass Anti-Boycott Law Similar to U.S.

LONDON (JTA) — Brit-
ain was urged to outlaw
compliance with the Arab
boycott by British com-
panies and was assured
that, like America, its trade
would not suffer if it did so.
Burton M. Joseph, chair-
man of the Anti-

Americans Warning Begin
of Image Problem in U.S.

A MOST HEARTY
AND HEALTHY

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Eight American Jewish
leaders met Tuesday with
Premier Menahem Begin to
discuss ways to improve Is-
rael's image in the U.S.
The group, which arrived
on Sunday for a five-day
tour, told Begin of the latest

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He said the legislation
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deterioration in Israel's
image in American public
opinion. Members of the
group expressed support for
Israel's policies, and
suggested that a greater ef-
fort should be made in Is-
rael's information cam-
paigns overseas.

In the one-hour meeting
with the Premier, Begin
conceded that an improve-
ment was necessary in Is-
rael's information drives.
Members of the group re-
jected news reports that
they came to criticize the
government's policy or that
they came in opposition to
other leaders of the Ameri-
can Jewish community.
They spoke of unity in
Jewish ranks, despite the
existing difficulties.
Due to the short time
Begin shared with the
group Tuesday, a second
meeting was scheduled
for the group on Thurs-
day.

Members of the tour in-
clude: Howard Squadron,
the new president of the
American Jewish Congress;
Naomi Levine, the deputy
president; Richard Maas,
president of the American
Jewish Committee; Ber-
tram Gold, AJCommittee
executive director; Burton
Joseph, chairman of the
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith; Benjamin Eps-
tein, ADL president; Theo-
dore Mann, chairmaif of the
National Jewish Commu-
nity Relations Advisory
Council; and Albert Cher-
nin, its director.

Be Proud
to Be a Jew

By MARTY ODGERS

HAPPY
PASSOVER!

FROM

I thought the enemy was
dead,
That he had died many
years ago.
But once again he rears his
ugly head,
He isn't dead, he was only
sleeping.

But this time we must tell the
world,
And never let it forget
What the enemy did
Those many years ago!

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To let the world know
That you are proud to be a
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the atmosphere" in the
American business com-
munity and that it had not
prevented American sales
to the Arab world from con-
tinuing to increase.
Joseph said that the
Arabs had threatened to re-
taliate against American
interests if the legislation
was passed. However, the
Arabs were "realists," and
their threats had "proved
empty," referring to Egypt's
recent decision to renew

links with the Coca Cola
Company, even though it is
still blacklisted.
Two other witnesses at
the committee, who
spoke of the impact of the
boycott on Britain, said
Britain had been "a will-
ing victim." Terence Prit-
tie and Walter Nelson an-
swered questions about
their recent book, "The
Economic War Against
the Jew;," which traces
the origins of the Arab

boycott of Israel and its
wider effects.
Earlier, Joseph had told
Anglo-Jewish leaders that
.nless they fought for anti-
boycott legislation they
would be "overwhelmed"
by the Arab oil weapon and
isolated like German Jewry
in the 1930s.
Meanwhile, in Holland,
the parliament is opening
hearings into the com-
pliance of Dutch firms with
the boycott.

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