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May 19, 1978 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-05-19

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Friday, May 19, 1978 19

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Gur, Here for Independence Day, Reviews Peace, Arms Package

Major General Mordechai
Gur, who last month retired
as chief of staff of the Israel
army, expressed concern
over Congressional action
supporting President Car-
ter's package deal for arms
sales to Israel, Egypt and
Saudi Arabia, declaring
that such a policy was never
before a part of the Israel-
U.S. cooperation in matters


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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Cultural events took prece-
dence over military panoply
as Israel celebrated the 30th
anniversary of its indepen-
dence last week. A high-
light was the concert in the
Jerusalem Theater by the
world famous Russian cel-
list Mstislav Rostropovich
who performed with the
Jerusalem Symphony Or-
chestra under the baton of
Gary Bartini.
The main event in Tel.
Aviv was also musical. An
estimated 80,000 pgrsons
heard the Israel Philhar-
monic Orchestra under
Zubin Mehta perform
Tchaikowsky's 1812 Over-
ture, complete with cannon
sound-effects and fireworks.
Other festivities included
a two-hour dress parade and
precision drill by Israel
army units and former un-
derground fighters in the
Hebrew University stadium
while Air Force planes per-
formed acrobatics overhead.
While organized events
attracted thousands of
spectators, most Israelis
took to the beaches or
countryside for the day
and many others stayed
home to-watch Indepen-
dence Day programs on
television.
In Haifa, tens of
thousands watched a
parade of some 5000 dan-

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cers from various youth
movements, kibutzim,
moshavim and minority
groups. In Metullah, many
of the south Lebanese
Christians took part in In-
dependence Day celebra-
tions there.
The Israelis had stiff
security precautions in ef-
fect for the celebration, and
arrested four Arab youths
for possession of explosives.
One of the youths was
caught in the act of stuffing
match heads into a pipe to
produce a pipebomb.
Meanwhile, the Israel
Foreign Ministry sus-
pended publication of the
anniversary issue of its own
magazine, "Ariel," because
a poem included in the issue
was deemed subversive.
In New York, celebra-
tions continued with the
American Zionist Feder-
ation's annual event in
Central Park's Delacort
Theater.
Some 18,000 persons
attended a rally in
Montreal, at the Forum,
which was addressed by
Canadian Prime Minister
Elliott Trudeau. Some 3,000
attended a Melbourne, Au-
stralia, rally addressed by
Prime Minister Malcolm
Fraser.
Diplomats and dig-
nitaries attended an Israeli
reception at the United Na-
tions in honor of Israel's an-
niversary, and there were
extensive celebrations in
Brazil and other Latin
American countries.
Philadelphia broadcast
its own salute to Israel on a
61/2-hour television program
which featured live and
taped entertainment and
panel discussions about Is-
raeli life.
Master of ceremonies
for the production was
Theodore BikeL Other
celebrities who appeared
included Rina Messinger,
former Miss Universe
from Israel; Mayor Frank
L. Rizzo; Governor Mil-

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renewal ofpeacenegotia- called his representa- Jews for an immediate
Lions, Gen. Gur, who was dyes, to everybody's in- peace action, Gen. Gur said
an Israeli representative eluding the Egyptians' it only emphasizes all Is-
at conferences with surprise, and ended the raelis' anxieties for peace.
Nevertheless, he said that
Sadat and his Egyptian peace talks abruptly.
"Sadat can renew the all parties and all previous
emissaries, gave a re-
sume of the original talks," he said. "He inter- Israeli administrations are
negotiations during rupted them." He then agreed on the basics regard-
which proposals with added the hope that such a ing Israel's needs and peace
many concessions were renewal of negotiations will offers.
He said that while there
made by Israel, resulting soon take place.
Regarding the "Peace were concerns over some of
only in an Egyptian
walkout when Sadat, Now" movement and the the actions in introducing
without explanation, re- appeals by 37 American new settlements, there were



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affecting the Middle East.
General Gur, who ex-
pressed his views during his
visit here to open the
Greater Detroit celebration
of Israel's 30th anniversary,
with a major address at the
Jewish Community Center,
May 11, deplored the
endorsement of the package
deal and declared it only in-
creases the arms trade in
the Middle East.
Retaining hope for a

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The East Jerusalem newg--
paper El Kuds has called on
West Bank and Gaza Strip
residents to take an active
part in deciding the future
of those territories. Obser-
vers noted that this was the
first time an Arab news-
paper published in Israel
has questioned the exclu-
sive right of the PLO to set-
tle the fate of Arabs residing
in the occupied territories .

ton Shapp who played
the violin; concert pianist
Susan Starr; and Ambas-
sador Fredric R. Mann, -
who opened the telecast
by playing "Hatikva" ac-
companied by the 60-
voice Congregation
Adath Jeshurun Youth
Chorale.
Israeli students in
Geneva marked Indepen-
dence Day by distributing
oranges and flowers to
pedestrians.
The Dutch celebration
was marred by violence as
40 demonstrators threw
smokebombs and fireworks
outside Congress Hall in

Amsterdam as Crown Prin-
cess Beatrix and Prince
Claus arrived. A bomb was
also found inside the build-
ing, but the program was
not interrupted.

members of Menahem Be-
gin's own Likud party who
felt that in dealing with
Sadat's demands the Israel
prime minister had offered
too much in his proposals for
solution of the West Bank
problems.

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