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March 28, 1980 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16 Friday, March 28, 1980

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CZF Accepts
Youthful Aliya
Unit as Member

TORONTO (JTA) — The
Canadian Zionist Federa-
tion (CZF) has approved as
its 13th member a youth
group which requires all of
its members to make aliya
within six years of joining
the organization.
Telem, a Hebrew ac-
ronym for the Movement for
Zionist Fulfillment, is dedi-
cated to promote aliya, the
Hebrew language, Jewish
education and the absorp-
tion of immigrants into Is-
raeli society.
Telem, whose representE_
tives promised to "change-
the stagnant status quo of
the Zionist movement," was
admitted during the two-
day CZF 15th national con-
vention at the Harbour Cas-
tle Hotel. Philip Givens,
chairman of the Metropoli-
tan Toronto Police Commis-
sion, was re-elected to his
third three-year term as
CZF president.
Some CZF members said
there was little need for the
new group, which was
founded last year, since
aliya is fundamental to
Zionism. But the Telem
representatives replied that
the Zionist movement has
lost sight of its original
goals of education, Jewish
identification and aliya."
They said these goals had
been replaced by politics,
fund-raising and lack of
commitment to Zionism.
In resolutions adopted
at the CZF policy-making
session, members were
urged to enroll their chil-
dren in Zionist youth
movements, establish
scholarship funds for
Zionist youths and send
their children to Jewish
day schools.
The CZF commended the
Israel government for its
peace treaty with Egypt,
condemned terrorism and
asked the Canadian gov-
ernment to help bring to Is-
rael the estimated 25,000
Falasha Jews living in
Ethiopia.

Iraq Nuclear
Capability Seen

WASHINGTON — Iran
is reportedly purchasing
sensitive nuclear technol-
ogy from Italy in exchange
for oil.
State Department offi-
cials say the purchased
equipment could provide
Iraq with weapons-grade
plutonium.
An unidentified State
Department official said Is
rael is believed capable a,
producing nuclear weapons
on short notice and Libya
and Pakistan have been try
ing to procure nuclear capa-
bility.
Last week, the West
German magazine Stern
renewed claims that Israeli
agents destroyed two nu-
clear reactors in France last
year that were being ship-
ped to- Iraq. The magazine
said the agents were forced
to destroy the equipment
when they realized they did
not have enough time to
steal the parts.

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