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February 22, 1980 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-02-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

10 Friday, February 22, 1980

Dutch Royal Couple Friendly to Israel

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By HENRIETTE BOAS

AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
Crown Princess Beatrix,
who will become queen of

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led their official visit to the
Olympic Games in Munich
as a gesture of protest over
the murder of Israeli
athletes by Palestinian ter-
rorists although the Dutch
Olympics Committee did
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eral years ago, not officially
because the Dutch govern-
ment would not approve
such a visit for political rea-
sons. But they impressed
many Israelis with their
sincerity and interest, espe-
cially by the manner in
which they had prepared
themselves for the visit.
They paid an official visit to
Jordan at the time.
Beatrix's
Princess
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German-born Claus von
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opposition in Holland

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where memories of the
Nazi occupation are still
strong.
Prior to their wedding,
the couple met with the
then mayor of Amsterdam,
Gysbert van Hall, who had
been a prominent member
of the Dutch resistance and
with members of the Dutch
Jewish community who
were present at the mayor's
residence. The latter were
impressed by the couple's
wish to have good relations
with them.
Prince Claus, who studied
law in Hamburg as a young
man, worked for a time in
the offices of a Jewish
lawyer. Later, as a junior
diplomat of West Germany
stationed in the Dominican
Republic, he maintained
cordial relations with
Jewish families there.
Similarly, in Ivory Coast,
he and Princess Beatrix
were friendly with the fam-
ily of a then junior Israeli
diplomat, Avraham Primor.
When the Six-Day War
broke out and many Afri-
can countries severed
diplomatic relations with
Israel, Princess Beatrix
and Prince Claus offered
to take the Primors'
young children into their
home for protection. The
Israelis declined the of-
fer.
Princess Beatrix, who is
42, will succeed her mother,
Queen Juliana.

Bias
RAMAT-GAN (ZINS) —
Bar-Ilan University has re-
futed Arab student claims
that they are discriminated
against in on-campus hous-
ing.
The university said that
only observant Jews are ac-
commodated in its dor-
mitories. All others, includ-
ing non observant Jews and
Arab students, receive
Bar-Ilan subsidies to help
pay for the costs of non-
university housing.

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