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May 16, 1980 - Image 38

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, May 16, 1980

Probus Winners Named

Asner Salutes
Jefusalem Day

Readers Forum

Materials submitted to the Readers Forum must be brief. The writer's name will be
withheld from publication upon request. No unsigned letters will be published. Materials
will not be returned unless a stamped, self-addressed envelope is enclosed.

Aid to PLO 'Refugees' Opposed

Dr. Lawrence J. Marnett, left, assistant professor
of chemistry at Wayne State University; and Dr.
Gisela Labouvie-Vief, second from right, associate
professor of psychology, received the 18th annual
Probus Club Awards for Academic Achievement at
ceremonies at the Furniture Club. Joining them were:
Dr. Martin Stearns, second from left, dean of the Col-
lege of Liberal Arts at WSU; and Paul A. Hack, right,
president of the Probus Club.

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Editor, The Jewish News:
Last week The Jewish
News said that the Detroit
News had called a spade a
spade in their editorial that
said ". . There is a direct
Soviet connection with, and
a direct Soviet responsibil-
ity for, the captivity of
American Diplomatic per-
sonnel . . . the jailers who
man the iron gates of the
U.S. Embassy are, for the
most part, PLO terrorists
who are being aided and
abetted by Russia."
That is not the whole
story. There is also an
American connection to
these PLO terrorists. Marie
Syrkin in the March issue of

Midstream points out that
America is helping finance
the Palestine Liberation
Organization's military
training and the indoctrina-
tion of their members with
hate of Jews, Israel and
America. America does that
by their support of the 15
United Nations camps in
Lebanon — having given
more than $800 million to
date.
Those UN camps, sup-
posedly for refugees, are ac-
tually PLO military cen-
ters. More than half of the
budget of the camps are for
their schools. The education
is in the arts of war and ter-
rorism. Military drills and

* * *

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Editor, The Jewish News:
There is only one solution
to Israel's survival: Mass
immigration!
To populate Samaria and
Judea as in ancient days, so
that Jews should reach a
majority is what is required.
All the surrounding Arab
nations will never give up
the idea of destroying Is-

rael. It will be impossible to
prevent the PLO solution
(return of Jerusalem, Jaffa
and Haifa to a future state
named "Palestine," to quote
a recent speech by a high-
ranking PLO member).
Without mass immigra-
tion, military force alone
can't do it in the long run.

* * *

Julius Chajes

In Defense of the Yordim

Editor, The Jewish News:
Some American Jews will
castigate Israelis who
choose to leave the country
in search for economically
more comfortable areas,
particularly the U.S.

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One of the yordim, a
Sabra, a veteran of the wars
that Israel had to fight, who
settled in our midsts some
years back, and became a
successful builder, ex-
plained it this way: None
could question the espirit de
corps of those who find it
expedient to emigrate from
the country, nor their pure
and genuine devotion to the
Land and Nation; but how
much could they take?
When I suggested to him
that it was fortunate that
the overwhelming majority
of Israelis remain at their
posts, else where would Is-
rael and, for that matter,
Jewry be? He nodded as-
sent. I asked further
whether there were many
who shared his point of
view; and his simple answer
was, yes. He agreed that
this was Zionism in reverse.
Then my friend asked
me this devastating ques-
tion, conceding that I ap-
peared to be, as all Jews
are, deeply concerned
about Israel: Why am I
not there? The lanes are
wide open.
Whatever my answer was
is unimportant. However, I
would recommend to my fel-
low American Jews to mull
over that thought as they
feel disposed, perhaps justi-
fiably, to criticize these yor-
dim.

M. Manuel Merzon

Naval Visitors

war exercises form the core
curriculum.
The 50 Americans held
hostage are only part of
the misery inflicted from
those camps. From them
have core the raids into
Lebanon, their host
country, that left 60,000
dead and the country in
ruins. From those camps
have come the "holy mis-
sions" into Israel to mur-
der children and civi-
lians.
Why does the American
Jewish community keep its
eyes tightly closed and re-
fuse to recognize what is
going on in those camps?
Why are we silent?

NEW YORK — Actor
Edward Asner has lent his
support to the celebration of
the 13th anniversary of the
reunification of Jerusalem.
In a 30-second tape identify-
ing Jerusalem as the "capi-
tal" of Israel and the Jewish
nation, Asner salutes the
reunification of Jerusalem
— the eternal city.

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CONGRATULATIONS
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Love
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