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October 06, 1978 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-06

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Friday, October- 1918 23

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Soviet Book Charges Zionists as Fifth Co umn for Hitler

NEW YORK (JTA) —
"The Zionists acted a F a fifth
Column for Hitler, and their
international network was
utilized by the Nazis," ac-
cording to "Enemies of
Peace and Progress," re-
cently issued by the Pravda
publishing house of Mos-
cow, excerpts of which were
obtained by the Student
Struggle for Soviet Jewry
and Union of Councils for
Soviet Jews.
Its author is the notorious
anti-Semitic writer Lev
Korneyev, who published a
two-part series in July's
ass-circulation
gonyok" claiming that
Zionism is "one of the most
dangerous forces of world
reaction."
"Enemies" is divided into
chapters as "Adolf Hitler —
Israel's Founder," "Bullets
in the Back of the Revolu-
tion," "How Dayan Lost His
Eye," and "Zionism's
Shameful Secrets." It im-
agines a worldwide Zionist
conspiracy with close links
to Nazism.
Korneyev asserts that
"the Nazi leadership
sought to use the Zionists
to create in the Middle
East a pro-fascist Jewish
state," then quotes an al-
leged group of Russian
Jewish war veterans:
"The tragedy of Babi Yar
stands not only as the
embodiment of the Hit-
lerites' cannibalism, but
also of the unerasable
shame of their ac-
complices and followers,
the Zionists."
Today, Korneyev de-
clares, "Zionist agents at-
tempt to split off segments
of Soviet Jews and turn
them into a fifth column in
their own country." As part
of the present conspiracy,
the "CIA has a special
Jewish section." "Any state
refusing to carry out the or-
ders of the Zionist bosses,
who seek to operate as a sort
of Mafia worldwide, - be-

comes the target of espion-
age and subversion by the
secret services of Zionism
and Israel."
Meanwhile, the Soviet
Union has increased Jewish
emigration to its highest
annual rate in five years,
apparently to indicate a de-
sire to improve relations
with the United States, the
State Department's chief
Soviet specialist has in-
formed congress.
Ambassador Marshall
Shulman, special adviser to
Secretary of State Cyrus
Vance, also reported that
while it is "too early to
assessthe full impact" of re-
cent Middle East develop-
ments on Soviet-American
relations, the Soviet Union
has not given up its goal of a
Geneva conference in which
it would participate as a co-
equal to the United States
as co-chairmaii.
Shulman testified before
the House International Re-
lations Subcommittee on
Europe and the Middle East
on the aftermath of the
Camp David summit -con-
ference. "What the *Soviet
position will be in the long
run may depend on the posi-
tion of Syria and the Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion," Shulman testified.
"The Soviet Union has
sought to become an active
participant in the Middle
East negotiations through
the convening of a Geneva
conference and it has bit-
terly expressed its frustra-
tions at the"course of events
that followed President
(Anwar) Sadat's trip to
Jerusalem, leading to the
Camp David summit meet-
ing."
The Soviet Union's
Jewish emigration rate has
climbed to more than
20,000, the highest since
1973 when it was at the
peak level of 33,000 Shul-
man noted. After the Yom
Kippur War, emigration
dived to 11,000 in 1974.

WASHINGTON — In an
interview with Saudi offi-
cials this week, Newsweek's
Arnaud de Borchgrave
writes that Saudi Arabia
has moderated its original
opposition to the Camp
David accords and now be-
lieves they are a "major step
forward."



Synagogue Has
100th Anniversary

NEW YORK — Persons
who trace their ancestry to
Bialystok or whose families
were active in the Bialys-
toker Synagogue in New
York City are being sought
to contribute pictures, jour-
nals. or articles about the
synagogue for its -100th an-
niversary celebration to be
marked Dec. 2.
An anniversary dinner
will be held at Cong. Shaare
Zion in Brooklyn. To con-
tribute information for the
anniversary celebration,
write the Bialystoker
Synagogue, 7-11 Willett St.,
New York 10002.

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Anatoly Sharansky's mother, Ida Milgrom, right,
and Prisoner of Conscience Dr. Jqseph Begun's wife
Dr. Alla Drugove, left, stand at the Moscow
Synagogue to discuss the fate of their families and
speak with Western tourists, in a photo obtained by
the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry. For Begun,
who was tried two weeks before Sharansky, it was the
second time in two years he hard been sentenced to
exile in Siberia.

*

..„

Soviet Jewry Rally Slated

Beth Achim and Youth
Group; Cong. Beth Shalom
and Youth Group; Cong.
Bnai David and Youth
Group; Cong. Bnai Moshe
and Youth Group; Detroit
Committee for Soviet
Jewry; Detroit Zionist Fed-
eration; • Habonim; Hadas-
sah, Metropolitan Detroit
Chapter; Jewish Commu-
nity Couneii .; Jewish
Educators Coilicil; Jewish
War Veterans; Junior Di-
vision of the Jewish Welfare
Federation; Labor Zionist
Alliance; Pioneer Women,
Greater Detroit Council;
Rovner-Lachowitcher Aid
Society; Temple Beth Jacob,
Religious School and Youth
Group; Temple Emanu-El
Youth Group; United He-
brew Schools; Women's
Bicur Cholem Organiza-
tion; and Workmen's Circle,
Michigan District.

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The annual communal
Simhat Torah Solidarity
Rally for Soviet Jewry will
take place 11 a.m. Ott. 22 at
Oak Park Major Park.
The project, coordinated
by the Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan De-
troit, is under the chair-
manship of Benjamin Ben-
Baruch of the Labor Zionist
Alliance and the Council's
committee on international
concerns. Subcommittee re-
sponsibilities are being
handled by Rabbi Sidney
Green of United Hebrew
Schools who is coordinating
the effort's of Jewish
educators; Rabbi David
Nelson of Cong. Beth
Shalom, rabbinic liaison;
Harriet Arnowitz of Work- -
men's Circle, publicity; and
Maicia Wagner, youth
group liaison.
The program will include
singing, dancing, dramatic
readings and skits
dramatizing the plight of
Soviet Jewry.
Participating organiza-
tions include: Adat Shalom
In his interview with offi- Synagogue and Youth
cials accompanying King Group; Bnai Brith Hillel
Kahlid to Cleveland where Foundation-Wayne; Bnai
the Saudi leader is undergo- Brith_ Youth Organization,
ing heart surgery, De Bor- Michigan Region; Cong.
chgrave writes that the
Saudis believe Israeli
Foreign Minister Moshe Lazarus Works
Dayan holds out some hope Made Available
for the eventual restoration
NEW YORK — "Emma
of Arab sovereignty over Lazarus, Selections From
East Jerusalem — "amaz- Her Poetry and Prose,"
ing as that may seem."
edited with an introduction
The Saudis also indi- by Morris U. Schappes, is
cated that King Hussein now available from the
of Jordan has been told Emma Lazarus Federation
by PLO leader Yasir of Jewish Womens Clubs.
Seventy-five years ago
Arafat and Libyan dic-
tator Muammar Kaddafi Emma Lazarus' poem, "The
to negotiate the future of New Colossus" was in-
the Wegt Bank on behalf scribed on the base of the
Statue of Liberty. This
of "all Palestinians."
poem is included in the 20
The Saudis said that poems in this volume, as
Camp David is an impor- well as four that were trans-
tant beginning for the lated from Heine, Bagirol.
Palestinians. They oppose and Halevi and 11 prose
any separate Israeli- selections. For information,
Egyptian agreement and write the Emma Lazarus
want any such agreement Federation of Jewish
linked to the West bank and Women's Clubs, 150 Fifth
Ave., New York, 10011.
Gaza.

Saudis Moderate Opposition
to Camp David Peace Pact

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