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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-11-10

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Hard-liners Form Loyal Front'

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1,000 Israelis who bitterly
oppose the government's
peace policies jammed into
the Ohel-Shem Hall last
Thursday to launch a new
movement called "The
Eretz Yisrael Loyalist
Front." Its declared aim is to
mount a mass protest
movement to foil the Camp
David agreements which it
brands a capitulation to the
dictates of President Carter
and President Anwar Sadat
of Egypt.

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government has already
frozen plans for the con-
struction of six new
classrooms even though
the evacuation of Sinai is
still several years off.
They said the World
Zionist Organization has
refused permission to
start new plantations in
the region.
Yamit residents have
posted new street signs to
protest the Camp David
agreements. One street was
re-named Menahem Cham-
berlain Ave.

It was learned, mean_
while, that the Nahal
movement will establish
two new para-military set-
tlements, one on the slopes
of Mt. Hermon overlooking
the Golan Heights and one
on the Sinai border. Several
watchtowers will be built in
Galilee to emphasize Is-
rael's sovereignty over land
used by Arab herd-owners.

Celler Charges That FDR
Could Have Saved Jewry

GRAND OPENING SPECIAL

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Leaders of the new group
include Herut MK Geula
Cohen; former Minister of
Trade and Industry Yigal
Hurwitz who resigned from
the Cabinet after the Camp
David accords were signed
by Premier Menahem
Begin; Likud MK Moshe
Shamir and Rabbi Haim
Druckman, a National
Religious Party MK. The
movement itself appears to ,
comprise dissenting Likud
and NRP MKs, members of
settlements in the occupied
territories and _disciples of
the Gush Emunim and
Greater Israel movements.
At the meeting, settlers
from the Jordan Valley
warned that once the au-
tonomy plan came into ef-
fect, absentee Arab land
owners would file claims
that would prevent the ex-,
pansion of Jewish settle-
ments.
Members of Yamit, in
northern Sinai, said the

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CHICAGO — "He could
have saved many thousands
of Jews from Hitler's
Holocaust, but he refused to
do it." So charged former
Brooklyn Congressman
Emanuel Celler of Franklin
Roosevelt in a soon-to-be-,
published oral history of the
1930s, "Decade of Destiny,"
(Contemporary Books),
edited by Judah and Alice
Graubart.
In the forthcoming book,
to be published in De-
cember, Celler recalled that
"I quarreled with him over
his refusal' to arrange'-for
the admission of German
Jews to this country from
'36 on." Roosevelt refused to
do so, the retired Democra-
tic leader claimed, because
"He was afraid of what was
called the 'Jew Deal.' "
In addition, Celler said,
Roosevelt was fearful oftak-
ing any steps which might
have allowed for increased
Jewish emigration to Pales-

Hebrew Meeting ,
Held in Europe

AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
The third European Confer-
ence of the Brith Ivrith
Olamith (World Association
for Hebrew Studies) closed
last Wednesday night after
two-and-a-half days of ses-
sions attended by some 70
scholars from Western and
Eastern countries and Is-
rael. The conference decided
to convene again in two
years in Warsaw.
One of the highlights of
the gathering was the pre-
sentation of Prof. Witold
Tiloch, professor of Hebrew
at Warsaw University and
two of his aides who dis-
cussed the development of
m()dern Hebrew studies at
th.3 university. Warsaw
Ur iversity is the only in-
stitution of higher learning
in Poland where modern
Hebrew is taught and has
been for the past 15 ygars;
with the aid of material
from Israel.

tine for fear of offending
British Prime Minister
Winston Churchill. -
"I
went to see
Roosevelt at the White
House to get more help
far displaced German
Jews and he said, in ef-
fect, 'Stop making waves.
I have an agreement with
Churchill that we will
surreptitiously allow
Jews to enter Palestine
unlimitedly."
But in reality, Celler
charged, "there wasn't a bit
of:truth that an agreement
had been made. with Chur,
chill, because it never de-
veloped . . . Palestine's
gates were closed except for
15,000 a year."
Celler also related how he
fought the State Depart-
ment on behalf of Jewish
emigration, but again, his
efforts were of no avail. Sec-
retary of State "Cordell
Hull . . . offered no help .. .
he followed the temper of
the State Department
which was always anti-
Jewish . . . and still is.
"Breckenridge Long, the
undersecretary of state
(also) did all he could to pre-
vent,the immigration of li-
mited numbers of Jews from
Germany who_would have
been allowed in this country
. . .'His argument was that
they were likely to become
public charges (and) nobody
could come into this country
if he was likely to become a
public charge. Hull use47
that same clause."
Despite his bitterness
over the Roosevelt Ad-
ministration's policies, Cel-
ler said that he still thought
highly of the late President.
Indeed, the former House
Judiciary Committee
chairman said, "Whatever I
say now about Roosevelt is
in no sense meant to denig-
rate his greatness. Of course
he had his faults, and I'm
just pointing them out but
that doesn't detract from his
place in history, which is a
great one."

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