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August 04, 1978 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-04

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DIE KOMI 1EIVISI NEWS

32 Friday, Aigist 4, 1978

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U.S. Jewish Organizations

LONDON — The London
Jewish Chronicle says that
1950 State Department
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gress, worked to muzzle
American Jewish pressure
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Citing previously clas-
sified documents, the
Chronicle said Goldmann
told Secretary of State Dean
Acheson that he-thought
"The situation in the vari-
ous American Jewish or-
ganizations was now well in
hand."

Dr. Goldman served as
Jewish Agency's American
section at the time. He is
quoted by Acheson as say-
ing the situation had im-
proved because his rival,
Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver
"was out of the picture and
likely to continue so."

Acheson's memoran-
dum continued: "Dr.
Goldmann thought that
he could, therefore, de-
vote more time to rela-
tions between the Ameri-
can Jewish community
and the State Depart.
ment.

"He said that, in the past,
he had been successful in
stopping pressure on the
department by various
Jewish organizations con-
cerned over developments
affecting the Palestine situ-
ation."

Noting that he accepted
Dr. Goldmann's offer, Ache-
son wrote that the State De-
partment "would be de-
lighted to have him keep in
touch with the Near East-
ern division."

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Spanish-Jewish Ties Topic
of Mediterranean Conference

NEW YORK — Dr.
George E. Gruen, Middle
East director of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee,
chaired a panel discussion
on the Sephardic contribu-
tion to Hispanic civiliza-
tion, and gave a paper on
"Recent Developments in
Spanish-Jewish Relations,"
at the Mediterranean HI
Conference held in Bar-
celona, Spain this week.
In his paper, Dr. Gruen
paid tribute to the tireless
efforts of the late Angel
Sagaz, Spain's ambassador
in Cairo, in obtaining the
release and emigration of
several hundred Egyptian
Jewish men who had been
imprisoned by the Nasser
government during the
Six-Day War in 1967.
Under instructions from the
Spanish government, Sagaz
extended Spanish protec-
tion and citizenship to
Egyptian Jews who were
stateless or forced to re-
nounce their Egyptian na-
tionality as a condition for
permission to leave the
country.
Dr. Gruen also surveys
the increasing openness of
Spain in recent years to de-
velop cultural and scientific
contacts with Jewish groups
around the world, including
Israel. However, Dr. Gruen
notes that despite the
pluralistic approach to re-
ligious and political life that
has been fostered by King
Juan Carlos in the post-
Franco era, Spain still has
not established formal dip-
lomatic relations with Is-
rael.
Dr. Gruen points out
that this stance, appa-
rently prompted by
Spain's dependence on
Arab oil, investment and
political support, runs
counter to the new
Spanish poli-
cy of establishing rela-
tions with all states irres-
pective of their ideology
and which has resulted in
the renewing of ties even
with Communist China,
the Soviet Union and
Cuba.
Jacobo Kovadloff, South
America director of AJC,
spoke on "The Sephardic
Presence in Latin America
Since the Spanish Con-
quest."
Kovadloff's thesis was
that thousands of Jews
forced to convert to Catholi-

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