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August 03, 1979 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-08-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16 Friday, August 3, 1979

WZO Leader Seeks More Settlements

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Mattityahu Drobless, co-
chairman of the World
Zionist Organization's set-
tlement department, has
unveiled a plan to surround
the West Bank Arab town of
Nablus with a bloc of 10-12

new Jewish settlements.
"This should be our an-
swer to the Security Council
resolution branding Israeli
settlements in Judea and
Samaria illegal," Drobless
told reporters during a press
tour of Gush Emunim set-

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tlements on the West Bank.
He said he has already
discussed his plan infor-
mally with several minis-
ters and intends to submit it
to the Cabinet.
He said his ultimate aim
was to settle a total of
100,000 Jews on the West
Bank during the five-year
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He said that at present
there are 18,000 Jews living
in 41 West. Bank settle-
ments, 33 of them estab-
lished since the Likud gov-
ernment took office in May
1977.

Militia Leader Will Pursue
Terrorists in UN Zone

JERUSALEM
Israeli-backed Christian
militia forces in Lebanon
will pursue fleeing Palesti-
nian terrorists across
United Nations lines and
attack any UN soldier who
tries to intervene, according
to Maj. Saad Haddad, corn ;
mander of the forces.
The Lebanese major, who
is in charge of about 2,000
Moslem and Christian
soldiers along the Israeli
border, expressed dismay
over what he called the ina-
bility of the United Nations
to police the zone and what
he regards as lack of Ameri-
can support for suppressing
terrorism in the region.
In an interview last week,
Haddad said, "The Ameri-
cans are putting too much
pressure on Israel not to de-
liver us one American shell
for our guns, or any Ameri-
can equipment for our
soldiers."
He charged that ter-
rorists, operating in the
United Nations-
supervised territory be-

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political future was shaped
and influenced by Israel by
virtue of a massive Jewish
presence there.

NEIL GOLDSCHMIDT

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Mayor Neil E. Goldschmidt

of Portland, Ore., who has
been named by President
Carter as the new secretary
of: transportation, has al-
ways been active in the
Portland Jewish commu-
nity.
fifth-generation
A
Oregonian, the 39-year-old
mayor lists his membership
in Temple Beth Israel at the
top of his biography. He is
also a member of the local
Bnai Brith and has received
the annual award of the
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith.
In June, he visited Israel
as part of a Jewish National
Fund mission. Goldschmidt
is scheduled to have his con-
firmation hearings before
the Senate in September.

tween the Litani River on
the north and a strip of
land his forces control in
the south, use the UN
area as a ,kind of
sanctuary.
"We are always in the
situation of waiting for
them to come to us . . . From
now on, I am going to follow
them inside the UN lines
because the UN is doing
nothing to them."
In response, United Na-
tions spokesman Hugo
Rocha denied any deliber-
ate aquiescence by the
peacekeeping forces in
Lebanon to terrorists seek-
ing to infiltrate into Israel.
The United Nations force,
which now consists of units
from Nepal, Senegal, Nor-
way, Nigeria, Fiji, Ireland
and the Netherlands (each
country is responsible for a
separate area) was
stationed in Lebanon about
a year ago after an Israeli
sweep to the Litani River,
which Haddad said cleared
out the terrorists. Accord-
ing to Haddad, only the
Nepalese have managed to
keep their region clean.

Israeli Officials Pleased
With Plans for Olympics

By HASKELL COHEN

(Copyright 1979, JTA, Inc.)

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Yitzhak Caspi, secretary of
the Israel Olympic Team,
seemed enthused over the
reception he and his associ-
ate, Yitzhak Ofek, president
of the Israel Olympic Com-
mittee, received from the
Russian delegation at the
recent International Olym-
pic Committee meetings.
"The two Russian dele-
gates assured us that there
would be no problems what-
soever in so far as Israel and
its participation in the
Games is concerned," Caspi
said. "As a matter of fact,
the Russian delegation, on
two occasions, once during
the Olympic Committee
meeting itself, and then in
the complete assembly,
which 'calls for two dele-
gates from each of the 100-
plus countries present, re-
peated the fact that it is the
intention of the Russian
sports committee to build a
church, a synagogue, and a

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— Proverbs 30

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Lebanese Boy
Recovers from
Surgery in NY

NEW YORK — Mady
Imad, a 7-year-old Lebanese
boy who was flown to New
York for extensive surgery
on his urinary tract, has re-
covered and appears ready
to return to his native coun-
try.
The difficult and unusual
operation was the result of
an accident in a Beirut
bomb shelter. The surgery
was performed at
Maimonides Hospital.
After his release, Imad
will visit friends of his fam-
ily in Michigan and then
make his way back to Leba-
non.

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MIAMI — Jews for Jews,
an organization formed to
combat the conversion ef-
forts of religious cults, has
begun distribution of a
newsletter designed to
aquaint the Jewish com-
munity with this growing
problem.
Recruiting has been espe-
cially strong on college
campuses, according to the
organization. A copy of the
newsletter may be obtained
by sending a stamped, self-
addressed envelope to Rabbi
Rubin R. Dobin, Jews for
Jews, PO Box 6194, Miami
Beach, Fla. 33154.

Moslem mosque, in the
Olympic compound.
All three faiths will be
able to pray in their respec-
tive houses of worship right
on the premises where the
athletes will be housed." In
addition, Caspi said, "The
Russians advised us that Is-
rael will be permitted a
total of 170 tourists, all of
whom will be permitted to
pray in the main
synagogue, located in Mos-
cow."



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