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June 23, 1978 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-23

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"A Reminder"

Arms Embargo
Against Israel
Asked by Iraq

UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — A draft resolution
calling for an arms embargo
against Israel was intro-
duced last week by Iraq in
the Ad Hoc Committee of
the General Assembly spe-
cial session on disarma-
ment.
The draft resolution,
_which is co-sponsored by 26
other nations, called on all
states, the United States in
particular, to cooperate in
an arms embargo against
Israel. It called also for an
end to the transfer of all
nuclear equipment or fis-
sionable material or
technology to Israel. The
Iraqi draft called on the
Security Council toimpose
the arms embargo on Israel.
Diplomats at the United
Nations said that the major-
ity of the United Nations
membership would like to
remove the Iraqi proposal
from the disarmament dis-
cussions and possibly put it
off until the regular session
of the General Assembly,
scheduled to open in Sep-
tember.
The diplomats also ex-
pressed the view that the
Iraqi resolution does not
have a chance to be ap-
proved by the Security
Council since the United
States is most likely to
veto it.
Israel denounced the
draft as a "disruptive and
divisive" resolution filled
with "lies and distortions."
The Israeli representative
to the Ad Hoc Committee,
Ambassador Shammai
Kahana, said that Iraq
"rounded up" a group of
countries that would "like
nothing better than to see
Israel deprived of defense
while they build up their ar-
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university-level grants and
scholarships, the PEF Israel
Endowment Funds, Inc., in
its annual report for 1977,
reports awards of 1,773
scholarships to high school
students in Israel, accord-
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ident.
These scholarships are
but one facet of the funds'
disbursements of
$1,091,100 during the 1977
fiscal year. In its 55th year
of operation, PEF's philan-
thropic activities continued
to expand in the science,
humanities, education,
scholarship and social
areas.
ReCipients include the
Association for Welfare of
Soldiers, Life-Line for the
Old, The Hebrew Univer-
sity, Associations for the
Blind, Tel Aviv Museum,
The Weizmann Institute of
Science, Wingate Institute,
Keren Yaldenu Youth Cen-
ters and the Romemah In-
stitute of Rabbinics and
Cognate Studies.
More than 70 institu-

tions, organizations and
projects received PEF
gifts ranging from $500 to
more than $100,000.
PEF's scientific, grants
have supported technologi-
cal developments in fields
that include computer sci-
ence and lasers; in medical
areas such as ophthalmol-
ogy and medical instrumen-
tation; and in environmen-
tal ecology, including solar
energy and air and water
pollution control.

for
the
- Grants
humanities have been made
in such diverse disciplines
as economics, Jewish his-
tory and philosophy and Is-
lamic studies. Educational
grants have included sup-
port for innovative teaching
programs in elementary
schools, support of yeshivot
and schools for the educa-
tion of the blind. Other en-
deavors supported by PEF
include Boy and Girl Scouts,
medical relief, housing,
community centers, physi-
cal education and cultural
institutions.
Many of the recipients of'

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It deals with the abate-
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the entrance on the world
scene of China as a super
power, Japan and Germany
searching for independent
roles in world affairs.
The effects of the Viet-

Canada Jewry
Topic for Rabbis

NEW YORK — Because
of dynamic changes in the
Jewish community of
Canada as well as concern
with the Jewish situation in
Quebec, several sessions of
the forthcoming 89th an-
nual convention of the
Central Conference of
American Rabbis will deal
with "Jewish Life in
Canada." The conference
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Thursday at the Harbour
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PEF funds have received
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