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October 06, 1978 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH, NEWS

The

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JNF Refutes Arab Bias Charge

AUGUSTA, Ga. — Arab
charges in the Augusta
Chronicle that the Jewish
National Fund discrimi-
nates against Arabs were
answered by Michael
Tidhar, southeastern

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Wages Down But
Employment Up

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Real wages-in Israel fell by
3.5 percent during the first
quarter of 1978, due to in-
flationary pressures. The
average Israeli earns $82
per week.
Meanwhile, unemploy-
ment in Israel fell sharply
during the first quarter of
1978, from 51,000 to 40,000.

Israel from the results of
centuries of indifference.
"The Jewish National
Fund, employing Jews,
Arabs and foreign volun-
teers, has planted 135 mil-
lion trees on the land which
it has had to purchase at
exorbitant prices over the
last 7-8 years.
"What
have
Mr.
Richardson and his ilk done
in these 78 years except
plant the seeds of hatred
and land mines?
"While groves, woodlands
and forests stand in living,
breathing and growing
tribute to the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, only
tombstones and human sor-
row remain to witness the
Work of the maligners of
Zion.
"I welcome all God fear-
ing Christians who wish to
have a hand in the fulfill-
ment of the prophesies, to
join with us in making the
desert 'blossom as the rose'
(Isaiah 35)."

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IN SAUCE

Aliya Increases

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Aliya has increased 18 per-
cent during the first eight
mouths of 1978. Some
16,000. olim arrived in Is-
rael since January.
At the same time, how-
ever, the drop-out rate of
Soviet Jewish emigrants
reached an all-time-high 52
percent, or 1,410 persons.

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regional - director of the
Jewish National Fund.
Tidhar wrote:
It is certainly clear that
the National Association of
Arab Americans has hired a
man (letter of Aug. 17 by
John Richardson) who will
do anything to justify, his
salary including the blatant
spreading of untrue com-
ments in your paper.
"The Jewish National
Fund employs hundreds -of
Arabs in land reclamation
and afforestation projects in
Israel.
"While the entire world
looks on with indif-
ference to the plight of
Christian Arabs in
southern Lebanon, only
the state of Israel has
given her assistance to
these beleaguered, pen,
women and children.
Only the Jewish National
Fund, which is a private
charitable trust, has
found employment in Is-
rael for these brave
Lebanese in its various
projects that serve to re-
claim the Holy Land of

Cooperation is doing with
a smile what you have to do
anyway.

Friday, October 6, 1918 31

!

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — A
recent Haaretz editorial
compliments Defense
Minister Ezer Weizman for
implementing his promise
of making the military gov-
ernment of the adminis-
tered territories pay more
and courteous attention to
the Arab town councils of
'the area.

Lord Fisher of Cam-
den, Chairman of the
Board of Deputies of
British Jews: An urgent
review is needed of the pre-
sent situation. It is an open
secret that many of the kil-
lers are provided with
passports and given asylum
by certain Arab embassies.
It is also strongly sus-
pected that the bombs and
guns used to destroy
British, Israeli and Arab
lives are brought here in
diplomatic bags not subject
to police security. This must
end. So must the continued
existence of a PLO office in
London.

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