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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-29

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June 29, 1979

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Kiryat Arba Militants Request Takeover of 12 Hebron Homes

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Residents of Kiryat Arba
urged the government

Monday to start settling
Jews in the neighboring
Arab town of Hebron. Lead-

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ers of the Kiryat Arba com-
munity called upon the gov-
ernment to confiscate 12
Arab houses which were
owned by Jews in the past,
and move Jews into them.
Meanwhile, women from
Kiryat Arba are still oc-
cupying the old Hadassah
building in Hebron. Last
week, the military govern-
ment allowed them free
passage to and from the
building. The ban on entry

of others — including
newsmen — is still in force.
The women want the
building to be the first to be
resettled with Jews.
Last week, the military
government banned a
political rally by Arabs in
Hebron but at the same
time lifted some of the re-
strictions imposed over a
month ago on the West
Bank college town of Bir
Zeit, north of Ramallah.

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American Airlines has
published an informative
booklet called the "Tourist's
Guide to Jewish History in
Mexico."
The 68-page booklet
traces Jewish history and
culture south of the border
— starting all the way back
to the days of Cortes' con-
quistadors in the 1500's.
In addition to the history,
the booklet has a special
section on Mexico sightse-
eing as it relates to Jewish
historical landmarks. There
are also general descrip-
tions of this country's major
cities and attractions.
Names and addresses
of synagogues in Mexico
are included, and there
are line drawings of

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strong reaction from the
State Department. A De-
partment spokesperson, Jill
Shucker, said "We are seek-
ing confirmation of the re-
port" and "we would deeply
regret it if the Israelis are
moving to establish another
settlement."

* * *

ZOA's Novick
Hits LZA Head

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The leader of 'the Zionist
Organization of America
has accused the leader of the
Labor Zionist Alliance of
acting contrary to the de-
sired goal of a "united
Jewish community" in sup-
port of Israel.
Ivan J. Novick, president
of the ZOA, took LZA
president Prof. Allen Pol-
lack sharply to task for a
statement issued by Pollack
a week ago criticizing Is-
raeli Agriculture Minister
Ariel Sharon's recent call
for intensive Jewish settle-
ments on the West Bank
and Gaza Strip over the
next 20-30 years.
In a letter to Pollack,
Novick wrote: "You state
your concern for the need of
a 'united Jewish commu-_
nity.' The very fact that you
issued a public statement
serves the opposite pur-
pose."

American Airlines Prints
Jewish Guidebook to Mexico

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Shops were allowed to re-
open and telephone service
was restored but Beir Zeit
University, shut down by
the Israeli authorities on
May 2, remained closed.
Mayor Fahed Kawassme
of Hebron said the rally was
called as a demonstration of
solidarity with the- Arabs of
Nablus in their protest
against the new Gush
Emunim settlement of Alon
Moreh and as a protest by
Hebronites against '"the
provocative behavior of the
residents of Kiryat Arba."
Meanwhile, initial work
began on Karnei Shomron
Two, a new settlement in
northern Samaria. Bulldoz-
ers began the groundwork
for a dirt road from the main
road to a nearby hill, the
site of the new settlement.
Karnei Shomron One
already exists in the area,
about a mile away from
the new settlement. The
plans call for an eventual
linkage between the two
settlements, which will
become- one urban cen-
ter.
A group of Gush Emunim
settlers is scheduled to
move into the place as soon
as the initial infrastructure
work is completed in two
months time.
In Washington, reports of
the new settlement drew a

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Soviet Union defeated Is-
rael 98-76 last week to win
the European basketball
championship in _Turin,
Italy. But Israelis were still
excited that their team was
the runnerup, the highest
finish ever achieved by an
Israeli quintet.
The Israeli team's sur-
prise showing in the finals
came after it beat Czechos-
lovakia. Israel then lost to
the Soviets, but when the
Italian team was also be-
aten, Israel earned its
chance to play in the cham-
pionship game.

Kahane Released

master charge

THE INTE ..... . CARD

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
Ramallah military court re-
leased Rabbi Meir Kahane
on IL 50,000 bail for illeg-
ally entering Hebron.

seven of the 15
synagogues located in
Mexico City. The booklet
also lists representative
Jewish philanthropic,
social, educational and
cultural organizations
and institutions in
Mexico, as well as the ad-
dresses of six Jewish
periodicals (three in Yid-
dish) published in the
capital city.
There is a roster of kosher
restaurants in Mexico City,
and some shopping sugges-
tions at Jewish-oriented
shops and galleries. The
author of the guidebook is
Bernard Postal.
For a copy of the new
booklet, write American
Airlines "Tourist's Guide to
Jewish History in Mexico,"
P.O. Box 1000, Bellmore,
N.Y. 11710.

Tour to Israel 5
Seminar Slated
for Physicians

The American Physicians
Fellowship will conduct a
14-day escorted tour
through Israel Oct. 15-29. It
will be combined with the
seminar on internal
medicine, led by Dr. Gilbert
S. Gordon, professor of
medicine at the University
of California at San Fran-
cisco.
The seminar will include
specially planned lectures
by authorities emphasizing
modern medical advances
in this specialty.
The lectures meet CME
criteria for 18 1/2 hours in
Category I.
For information, call Dr.
Bernard Weston, 353-5660.

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