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June 22, 1979 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-22

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28 . Friday, June 22, 1919

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

German Peace Effort Shuns Israel, Egypt

BONN (JTA) — The Bonn
government is launching a
large-scale diplomatic of-
fensive in the Middle East,

involving practically all
Arab nations except Egypt.
Israel, too, is excluded.
Foreign Minister Hans-
Dietrich Genscher intends
to clarify German Middle

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East policy which favors a
far-reaching comprehen-
sive peace settlement in the
region.
The overture to the Arabs
will begin with the three-
day visit of Morocco's
Foreign Minister Mohamed
Boucetta. It will be followed
by the visit of Qatar's
Foreign Minister Sheikh
Suhaim Bin Hamad Al-
Thani.
In the course of the
next few weeks Genscher
will visit Iraq, Syria,
Saudi Arabia, Jordan,
Libya and Algeria.
Asked why he will not
stop over in Cairo and
Jerusalem and if that was a
snub at the Israeli-
Egyptian peace efforts, Dr.
Juergen Sudhoff, a spokes-
man for the foreign minis-
try rejected such specula-
tions emphatically.
"We first had top-level
talks with Egypt," he said,
"and as far as Camp David
is concerned, we are in close
contact with the Americans
and Israel knows our posi-
tion quite well. What we in-
tend to do now is to talk to
those Arab nations which
are so far rejecting a peace
solution. We want peace
and that is why we attempt
to influence others in that
direction."
The German foreign
minister intends to focus his
talks with his Arab col-
leagues, on two major as-
pects of Bonn's Middle East
policy: the German gov-
ernment is interested in se-
eing unity in the Arab camp
because this is considered a
prerequisite for peace.
Bonn is in favor of a
comprehensive Middle
East solution, which will
consider the interests of
all states and peoples.
The visit of Morocco's
foreign minister is wel-
comed in Bonn, as
German-Moroccan rela-
tions have always been
close and of a friendly na-
ture.
Genscher intends to as-
sure his colleague from
Rabat that the European
Economic Community's
(EEC) Middle East policy
will be continued. The
three-day talks will also in-
clude trade questions and
development assistance as
Morocco is among the fa-
vored recipients of German
aid. It has so far received
almost one billion marks in
capital and technical aid
and there are sizeable Ger-
man private investments in
the country.
The visit by Qatar's
Foreign Minister will be a
first because there has
never before been a visit by
an official delegation from
that Persian Gulf state. By
protocol, the visit is labeled
private but the number of
talks between the foreign
minister and leading Ger-
man politicians certainly
gives it a political note.
German-Israeli rela-
tions are rather cool at
the moment. For that rea-
son, Chancellor Helmut
Schmidt does not plan to
make his long planed
visit to Israel in the near
future.

The Germans and their
European partners believe
that an agreement with the
OPEC countries on moder-
ate oil prices is impossible
as long as the Arab oil pro-
ducers continue to use
petroleum as a weapon in
the Middle East conflict.
This is also the reason for
Bonn's criticism of Wash-
ington that it does not con-
tinue its peace efforts with
the same persistence it has
used for the Israeli-
Egyptian treaty.
The Germans fend off
criticism from Jerusalem by
referring to Bonn's policies
of maintaining good con-
tacts with the Arab world —
a policy, it is argued here,
which has been kept up also
in the interest of Israel. But
Bonn feels that these con-
tacts are deteriorating
somewhat and they have
launched their diplomatic
offensive.

German, Jewish
Relations Topic
of AJC Meeting

NEW YORK — At a re-
cent meeting with German
Chancellor Helmut
Schmidt, a delegation of
American Jewish Commit-
tee leaders welcomed the
"many new and positive re-
lationships" developing be-
tween the German people
and Jews throughout the
world.
"Ways must be found to
reinforce and deepen those
relationships,
Richard
Maass,
AJCommittee
president said. "Not only as
Americans, but also as
Jews, we are deeply affected
by what happens in your
country for in a sense all
Jews living today are sur-
vivors of the Holocaust. To-
gether we must strengthen
those forces which can im-
munize the youth of the
world against the poison of
anti-Semitism and racism."
Maass recalled the speech
made by the Chancellor in
the Great Synagogue of
Cologne last November, in
which he said that "It is not
for us to call upon the Jews
of the world to achieve re-
conciliation, but we may
perhaps ask them for recon-
ciliation with us," and
"Anyone desirous of recon-
ciliation must raise his head
and look the other in the
eyes."

Hebrew U. Grads
at Anniversary
Celebrations

JERUSALEM — The cel-
ebrations of the 30th an-
niversary of the Hebrew
University-Hadassah Med-
ical School were attended by
most of the 1,808 doctors
who have graduated from
the school in the course of
the last three decades.
Apart from the 1,808 doc-
tors and 450 pharmacists,
more than 100 PhD degrees
and 150 MSc and MPH de-
grees have been earned at
the school. In addition, the
school has an institute of
postgraduate education
providing refresher courses
for qualified doctors.

Four Organizations Receive
William Haber Hillel Award

WASHINGTON — The were honored for their Bat
Bnai Brith Hillel Founda- Mitzva studies for the deaf.
tion has honored four organ- Four women began their
izations, three in the United preparation in 1977, work-
States and one in Canada, ing with the Hillel program
with its William Haber director, the unit president
and a student skilled in both
Awards.
The awards were pre- sign language and Hebrew.
sented during the annual The women learned to read
meeting of the Hillel Com- Hebrew, studied Jewish
texts and familiarized
mission.
Dr. Haber, for whom the themselves with the Jewish
awards are named, is an holidays and their meaning.
academician, economist, Their studies culminated in
and currently adviser to the a Bat Mitzva ceremony de-
president of the University signed by the Hillel Found-
of Michigan, is a former ation at Rochester Institute
chairman of the commission of Technology and con-
and it was under his ad- ducted in Hebrew, English
ministration that Hillel ex- and sign language at a local
perienced great growth as synagogue.
the "Jewish address" on col-
The Fort Wayne Jewish
lege campuses in North Federation won for its pro-
gram, "Portrait of .a People:
America and abroad.
Two Haber Award win- Jewish Writings and
ners are Hillel units at the Jewish Writers." This was
University of Maryland and the first statewide Jewish
the Rochester Institute of education series broadcast
Technology — National live in the country.
Technical Institute for the Originating on the main
Deaf.The other honorees campus of the University of
are the Ft. Wayne, Ind., Indiana at Bloomington,
Jewish federation and the the broadcasts were trans-
Jewish Student Federation mitted to eight regional
of York University, To- campuses.
York University's Jewish
ronto.
The - University of Student Federation was
Maryland group was selected for its hunger
cited for its 60-hour strike on behalf of human
memorial vigil in honor rights_ for Anatoly
of those who died in the Shcharansky in particular
Holocaust. Timed to and for Soviet Jewry gener-
coincide with the NBC ally. Eleven students went
television docudrama on on a 12-day hunger strike,
the Holocaust, the vigil gaining national attention
program included daily from the press. During the
noon lectures, photo ex- period, the students placed
hibits, book displays, a phone call to Shcharans-
continuous screening of a ky's wife, distributed litera-
movie on the Warsaw ture and petitions and sent
Ghetto, memorial serv- telegrams to Canadian
ices of all denominations political leaders.
and a roll call of 55,000
names of Jewish victims
I am the inferior of any
of the Holocaust.
man whose rights I trample
The Rochester schools underfoot.

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