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August 10, 1979 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-08-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH

14 Friday, August 10, 1919

NEWS

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Galilee In6aem ident Reveals True Arab Threat to Israel

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ing a three kilometer road
to the Har-Ziv outpost in the
western Galilee, Jewish
National Fund personnel
encountered roadblocks and
a hail of stones hurled at
them by young Arabs from
the neighboring village of
Mei-Lia which resulted in
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At first glance, this inci-
dent alone may not have
great significance, but those
familiar with the socio-
political and demographic
conditions of the northern
Galilee will immediately
recognize the seriousness of
this incident and its impli-
cations.
The majority of Israeli
Arabs believe that the Arab
Palestinians as a people, re-
gardless of their place of re-
sidence, have an inherent
right to self-determination.
Recent polls, conducted by
the Institute of Research
and -Development of Arab
Education, confirm that
most of these Arabs feel that
"Israel does not have the
right to exist," and at least
50 percent would like to see
Israel return to the original
1947 borders.
Although these find-
ings are not new, they are
still shocking, particu-
larly in the wake of the
current negotiations on

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involved within the 1967
lines, it falls within the
Jewish area allocated under
the UN partition of 1947.
Furthermore, it should be
emphasized that all of the
JNF development work on
this site had been
sanctioned by court order to
anticipate and avoid any
possible claims, and had fol-
lowed an explicit undertak-
ing on the part of the Arab
chairman of the local coun-
cil, who promised coopera-
tion. Rioters, apparently in-
stigated from the outside,
flagrantly violated the
agieement and attacked
JNF workers as well as
policemen trying to restore
peace.
"It is one thing," an Is-
raeli government official
said, "to negotiate au-
tonomy for the Palesti-
nians in the administered
territories, but to think
that we must justify our
sovereignty over the

northern Galilee is sim-
ply outrageous." Israel
might as well, he added,
"lay down its weapons
and ask Yasir Arafat to
come and take over."
To be sure, Israel is racing
against time. The Jewish
community around the
world and especially in the
U.S. must be alerted to the
impending threat. Israel
cannot and must not fail to
rectify this situation be-
cause of lack of funds and
manpower.
If, however, world Jewr
does not come to Israel's aiL
Israel's territorial integrity
will be jeopardized by de-
fault and as a result the
whole Middle East conflict
will enter a new dimension
with deadly implications.

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By HERBERT G. LUFT

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Palestinian autonomy in
Judea, Samaria, and the
Gaza District.
While the Arab Palesti-
nians in the administered
territories are demanding
the right to self-
determination, their de-
mands are not limited ex-
clusively to the territories
held by Israel since 1967.
For the Palestinians, this is
only the first stage in the
campaign to "return" all of
the Old Palestine to Arab
hands. Their eyes are set on
the northern Galilee, where
the Arabs constitute a
majority and where (as they
see it) political conditions
necessitate that this area
come under their control at
some future time.
The western Galilee is
clearly a case where no evic-
tion of residents, no exprop-
riation of land, no relocation
of individuals, and no effort
to harass anyone ever oc-
curred. Not only is the land

HOLLYWOOD — Marty
Feldman, the British come-
dian with the starey eyes
who made himself a name
on the nightclub stage, sc-
reen and television in Lon-
don before coming to this
country for assignments in
such madcap movies as
"Young Frankenstein" and
"The Adventures of Sher-
lock Holmes' Smarter
Brother," now completes his
return engagement as co-
author, director and leading
man at Universal where he
also tripled in the bawdy
romp of "The Last Remake
of Beau Geste."
His current task, "In God
We Trust," subtitled
"Gimme That Prime-Time
Religion," exposes the mul-
tiple fraud committed by
fake preachers on the broad
public today.
MOSHE MIZRAHI, the
Israeli-French film maker,
Academy Award winner for
the Simone Signoret epic,
"Madame Rosa," will pro-
duce "Sutter's Gold" as a
major motion picture for
Universal Studios in Hol-
lywood.
It was purchased by Uni-
versal in 1920 for Russian
director Sergei Eisenstein
and now, almost 60 years la-
ter, will be produced and di-
rected by the Israeli. The $8
million project will be
facilitated by Mizrahi's
Paris based company.
VANESSA RED-
GRAVE, after a fling of
making a documentary
with the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization in Leba-
non and a slap at the
Academy of Motion Picture
Arts and Sciences in 1978,
returns to the other side of
the coin — the fearless
woman fighting the Nazis
in World War II, something
she accomplished so suc-
cessfully in "Julia."
Ms. Redgrave will star in
a three-hour CBS-TV spe-
cial, "Playing for Time,"
labeled as the factual story

of a French woman who
kept up the spirits of the
inmates by organizing an
all-female orchestra in a
World War II German con-
centration camp.
The film has been written
by Arthur Miller and is
being produced by Linda
Yellan in New York. British
director Tony Richardson
will be at the helm. With
"Playing for Time," Ms.
Redgrave makes her debut
on American television. It
also marks her first visit to
the U.S. since her appear-
ance at the Oscar presenta-
tion in the spring of 1978. _

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