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January 18, 1980 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-01-18

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14 Friday, January 18, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israelis Wary of Russian Weapons, Advisers in Syria



Secretary of State Cyrus nomination, said this week
Vance, who was that Israel is "the one reli-
criticized by Deputy able source of strength" for
Premier Yigael Yadin for the United States in the
linking the two issues. Middle East and it is essen-
Meanwhile, David Aaron. tial, for reasons of national
deputy assistant to the security, that America con-
President for national secu- tinue its support of Israel.
rity affairs, told the annual The Soviet invasion of
assembly of the National Afghanistan was sharply
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indeed received large
supplies of arms from the
USSR, but there were no
signs of changes in their
quantities within the last
few days.
However, the source
was quoted to say, if Is-
rael is attacked, there is

no reason to doubt U.S.
readiness to help her. If
Israel should initiate dip-
lomatic moves on the
Palestinian issue, the
source added, "it should
help cool down any un-
rest in the neighboring
countries." The source
was later identified as

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to the expansionist de-
signs of the Soviet Union.
Our region has withstood
the brutality and call-
ousness of the Soviet
Union as it seeks to
further its expansionist
aims."
Continuing, Blum de-
clared: "Experience
shows that when it suits
the Soviet Union, it does
not hesitate •6 violate the
most elementary norms
of conduct among na-
tions or to place twisted
and arbitrary construc-
tions on the Charter of
the United Nations and
its Purposes and Princi-
ples. When the Soviet
Union's imperialistic and
hegemonistic ambitions
are concerned, it is pre-
pared to ride shamelessly
and rough-shod over any
state which is in its way." -
Last week, former Is-
raeli Foreign Minister
Moshe Dayan said that
the situation in the Mid-
dle East was much more



serious than depicted in
the press because of the
situation in Afghanistan
and Iran.
Dayan said, "It is very
very important for Israel
to defuse its conflict with
the Moslem world and
making progress on the
autonomy question
would be one way of
doing that."
There "are a number of
local problems," includ-
ing autonomy, "whose
quick solution would re-
move us from the circle of
those in conflict with the
Moslem world," he said.

Dayan denounced the
plans to relocate the Elon
Moreh settlers to Djebi I
Kebir. He called the move
"a calamity" costing the
government millions of
Pounds because the new site
has neither strategic nor se-
curity value and is isolated
in the midst of a densely
populated Arab area of the
West Bank.

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Rockier described some of
the cases' on file as "junk"
and observed that "the
sooner we get rid of these,
the better." However, Rep.
Elizabeth Holtzman (D-
NY), chairman of the House
Judiciary Committee's sub-
committee on immigration,
refugees and international
law, expressed some reser-
vations over the deadline.
Holtzman, who has been a
leader in efforts to bring al-
leged Nazi war criminals to
justice, said, "It is a very
ambitious goal and I hope it
can be met in a way that
meets professional
standards." However, she
said, "I don't want to see
meritorious cases closed
down to meet a goal."
Meanwhile, Sen. Ed-

DETROIT DISTRICT

JERUSALEM

FILM . . . NARRATED BY — Elie Wiesel
DISCUSSION . . . by Israelis of their nation's capital .. .

Uri Segal

Elana Goel

Dr. Jeremy Greenblatt

Public Is Invited

7:45 p.m. Wednesday
January 23

Past President Michigan Israeli
Student Association

Hebrew University
graduate, Psychology

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ward Kennedy (D-Mass),
chairman of the Senate
Judiciary Committee,
charged that the cases
were not being pursued
effectively. He said he
was "deeply concerned
over the sudden transfer
of Martin Mendelsohn. It
signals this office is still
not functioning smoothly
nor effectively enough to
accomplish the mission
for which it was estab-
lished." He said his com-
mittee "will not abide
half-efforts."
In Detroit this week, a
clerk for Judge Cornelia

Kennedy said the judge has
denied a defense attorney's
request for a review of
Judge Kennedy's order
blocking a motion for dis-
missal in the Trifa case.
Archbishop Trifa's ac-
tions, which allegedly led to
a pogrom in Bucharest.
Romania in 1941, were the
subject of an ABC-TV News
"Closeup" report Sunday
evening.

Judge Kennedy must now
decide whether she will try
the case herself — she is
now a U.S. Appeals Court
judge —and set a trial date .

Expert Tells of French Aid
in the Nazi 'Final Solution'

BONN (JTA) — An ex-
pert on Nazi death machin-
ery told a Cologne court last
week that no "final solu-
tion" for French Jewry
would have been possible
without the collaboration of
French institutions and
public organizations.
Prof. Wolfgang Schemer
of the Free University of
West Berlin, was testifying
at the trial of three accused
Nazi war criminals, Kurt
Lischka, who was head of
the Gestapo in Paris during
World War II; Herbert Mar-
tin Hagen and Ernest Ein-
richsohn. As an example,
ScheMer noted that in one

wave of arrests 2,500
French policemen took part

.

Scheffler did not say if he
has information on whether
the defendants knew what
would be the final fate of the
Jews they sent to concentra-
tion camps. This may be the
decisive question in the
trial, which started last Oct
23.
But Scheffler did testify
that Lischka rejected a
suggestion by the German
army in 1942 that the
Jewish inmates be released
and that the Red Cross be
given information about
their arrests.

BB Asks President to Support
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WASHINGTON — In - proved to be "an extremely
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premature institutionaliz- dences.
ing of thousands of senior
The supportive services.
citizens.
such as "Meals on Wheels, -
In a letter to the White homemaker assistance and
House, Abe Cramer of Har- aid to the handicapped.
risburg, Pa., chairman of have been incorporated in a
the Bnai Brith senior citi- pilot "congregate services
zens housing committee, project. It is this project that
said that "housing with Bnai Brith is seeking to ex-
supportive services" has pand.

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