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August 11, 1978 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20 Friday, Augest 11, 1918

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Troupe Symbolizes Cooperation

Eastern Europe and Arab
countries. The ensemble
Israel Correspondent
from Iraq demanded that
TEL AVIV — The the performances of the Is-
Jewish-Arab ensemble in raeli ensemble be cancelled.
the Gefen House in Haifa is The management of the fes-
one of the few meeting tival refused and the Iraqi
grounds for Jewish and ensemble left. The ensem-
Arab youth to carry out bles from Tunisia and
common cultural tasks. It is Morocco stayed on.
The festival was watched
an ensemble for dance and
by more than a million
songs.
A year ago the ensemble people on TV. The Jewish-
represented Israel in a fes- Arab ensemble distin-
tival in Spain, in which 42 guished itself with its origi-
ensembles from all over the nal dances and songs and
world took part, including received first prize. The en-
semble recently visited
Greece to take part in
another international festi-
val and was again awarded
first prize.
The ensemble consists
of eight pairs of dancers,
six pairs of singers, two
Jewish soloists and one
Arab singer. The art di-
rector is an immigrant
from the Soviet Union,
Shimon Gelman. Now
there is a new one, an ex-
pert in Oriental folklore
and choreography,
Shlomo Haziz. A Turkish

By MOSHE RON
The Jewish News Special

dancer prepares the orig-
inal Arab dances.
The ensemble practices
twice per week. There are
some public performances
during the month. The en-
semble appears in luxury
hotels for tourists and in
surrounding villages. In one
of their last performances
President Yitzhak Navon
took part, expressing his
great interest in the ensem-
ble.
The ensemble includes
six Arab women, a kind of
"revolution" in the Arab
way of life. A year ago this
would not be possible.
Under the influence of the
modern Israel, more and
more Arab youth appear in
public life with the consent
of their parents, who still
stick to the old tradition in
which women have only a
tiny place.
In Haifa, an understand-
ing between Jewish and
Arab youth being experi-
enced, which could serve as
example for other cities in

the country, in which Jews

and Arabs live together.

Knesset Learns Syria Seeks
to Gain Control of Lebanon

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
report on the situation in
Lebanon has confirmed that
the recent Syrian bombing
of Christian sectors of
Beirut is part of an overall
plan to gain total control of
Lebanon.
This report, relayed by
Chief of Staff Gen. Rafael

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Foreign Affairs and Sec-
urity Committee, has led
some committee members
to urge the government to
take action in Lebanon.
Comparing the military
action taken by the Syrians
in Lebanon to that used by
the Nazis to take over the
Warsaw Ghetto, Knesset
members Yosef Tamir of
Likud said the Syrians are
taking steps to annihilate
the entire Christian com-
munity and that Israel must
stop this destruction.
Committee chairman
Moshe Arens reiterated
his earlier opinion that
action must be taken by
Israel, but that the United
States is supporting the
Syrians and is pressuring
Israel to halt its aid to
. Lebanese Christians.
Arens said he had sent
cables to the chairmen of
the. House of Representa-
tives International Rela-
tions Committee and the
Senate Foreign Affairs
Committee appealing to
them "to urge a revision of
U.S. policy which has per-
mitted a massacre of hun-
dreds and may lead to (the)
destruction of the entire
Christian community."
In New York, the Jewish
Community Relations
Council of New York
(JCRC) has called upon its

Martin Buber (1878-
1965) was considered the
greatest Jewish philosopher
of this century. He looked at
religious faith as a dialogue
between Man and God.

member organizations,
synagogues, Jewish institu-
tions and camps to join in
marking Syrian Jewry Day,
Tuesday.
Gov. Hugh Carey has is-
sued a proclamation to the
Committee for the Rescue of
Syrian Jewry designating
Tuesday as Syrian Jewry

Day in New York State.

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