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November 10, 1978 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-11-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women and Children Sent Home
as Iran Rioters Hit El Al Office

(Continued from Page 1)
rejoin their husbands as
soon as possible. Some of the
children described the huge
fires burning in Teheran.
One said a supermarket was
burned near his home.

The El Al office in Tehe-
ran was partially destroyed
by rioting mobs Sunday.
The outer office and display
window was smashed but -11
airline officials and many
patrons locked -in the inner
e escaped unhurt
Wugh a back door.
The office is located near
the university campus
which was at the center of
the riots. It remained closed
Monday but business was
conducted from the home of
the branch manager.
The Pan American Air-
ways office and mther
foreign establishments
damaged by the rioters were
also closed. El Al announced

suspension of its daily cargo
flight to Teheran for lack of
ground crews to service the
plane at Teheran airport.
The uprising against
the Shah's regime by a
Combination of students,
left-wing elements and
Moslem religious zealots
- did not appear to single
out Israeli targets. But
concern mounted in Is-
rael, nevertheless, for the
safety of the Iranian
Jewish community,
numbering some 80,000,
mostly in Teheran.
Israel's Energy. Ministry
said over the weekend that
there was no danger of an oil
shortage in Israel because of
the Iranian oil workers'
strike. International ex-
perts say Israel has several
months of reserve oil
supplies stockpiled. Accord-
ing to one source, Israel im-
ports 100,000 barrels of oil
per day from Iran which is

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Former Communist Official
Sees Russian M.E. Menace

Dr. Eugen Loebl, former rather dangerous compo-
Czechoslovak trade minis- nents in the Middle East.
ter and Communist Party situation. The Soviets try to
official, who was sentenced encircle Egypt, support ter-
to life imprisonment in the rorism, Arafat and others,
anti-Zionist Slansky trial in and through expansion , in
the 1950s, visited Detroit Africa put pressure on
recently.
Europe and seek to weaken
Dr. Loebl, who presently the impact ofthe U.S. in this
is the chairman of the polit- area of the world.
ical section of the Slovak
"Unlike Sadat, most of
World Congress, was the the Western statesmen do
guest of the Slovak commu- not want to see the obvi-
.nity, delivering lectures at ous: That the Soviet
Wayne State University, to Union is a typical
the Captive Nations Com- imperialist-power, along
mittee of Metropolitan De- the same line as Hitler
troit and to the Slovak Germany. It is not recog-
American Professional and nized that Israel is the
Business Association.
most important bastion
He commented on the of the West in the Middle
current Israel-Egypt East to prevent a Soviet
negotiations, and in his takeover of this region.
prepared speech stated:
"It is an interesting topic
"The peace negotia- of discussion whether or not
tions would- not have Israel actually helps the
been started if President position of the United
Sadat had not expelled States in this area, and con-
the Soviet army from sequently the world at
Egypt. President Sadat large, far beyond any help
was one of the few offered to Israel."
statesmen who recog-
Dr. Loebl co-authored
nized that the Soviet "The Responsible Society"
Union is a primary cause (Regina Ryan Books/Two
of tension and its conse- Continents Publishing) last
quences in the Middle year.
East. The Soviets' im-
Loebl and Stephen
perialist ambitions moti- Roman believe the key to
vated their efforts to ob- acheiving a responsible
tain a foothold in the society is the projection of
Middle East.
Judeo-Christian values into
"After World. War II and economic thinking. The two
the establishment of the 1 say it is the failure of both
state of Israel, the Soviets Communism and
ed that the labor gov- capitalism to respect these
ent of Israel would be- values that has plunged the
e a willing tool of the world into crisis.
Soviets. As Israel rejected
such a relationship, the Record Pledges
Soviets turned to Egypt and
CHICAGO (JTA) —
anti-Semitism; they tried to Chicago's 1979 Jewish
increase Egypt's credibility United Fund-Israel Emer-
and enhance their military gency Fund campaign got
position in Egypt.
off to a record start last
"Though the Soviets lost week when 100 of the area's
much of their influence in leading philanthropists
the Middle East, they still pledged a total
of
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including
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obstacles and opposition to a Renewal phase of the drive,
real peace in the Middle earmarked for rehabilita-
East.
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