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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-06-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 21, 1980

Jane Fonda Tours Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Jane Fonda, the American
actress and political ac-
tivist, toured Jerusalem,
East and West on Sunday,
on a pair of crutches, with
Mayor Teddy Kollek serv-
ing as her guide. Ms. Fonda
slipped and fell at her Her-
zilya hotel Saturday night.
She checked into Hadassah
Hospital where X-rays dis-
closed a fractured left foot.
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high plaster cast for the rest
of her stay in Israel. But the
43-year-old actress was de-
termined to _stick to her
schedule which included
two benefit performances to
help the Haifa Theater
overcome its financial diffi-
culties.
Fonda arrived in Israel
Friday, accompanied by her
husband, Tom Hayden, and
their children, Vanessa and
Troy. Her presence created
a sensation at Ben-Gurion
Airport where other arriv-
ing passengers, customs
officers, police and bystan-
ders vied with reporters and
photographers to get near
the celebrity.
Former President of Is-
rael Ephraim Katzir who
arrived on the same
plane, was overlooked
and had to wait some
time before a customs in-
spector .dealt with his
baggage and papers.
Fonda toured the Golan
Heights, visiting an Israeli
army position opposite the
Syrian lines. She said , later
that she now has a better
understanding of Israel's
security problems. She also
toured Nazareth. She spent
her first night in Israel at
Kibutz Maagan Michael
and said she was especially
-impressed by 'the way the
children are brought up.
Fonda told.reporters that
her visit has nothing to do
with politics. She said her
presence here proves her be-
lief in and support of Israel's
right to exist.

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Tank Sale to Jordan Blasted

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir charged that the
Carter Administration's
planned sale of sophisti-
cated weaponry to Jordan
would upset the military
balance in the Middle East
and encourage Jordan in its
refusal to enter the Camp
David peace process.
Shamir was referring to
reports that King Hussein
received a commitment
from President Carter dur-
ing their meetings in Wash-
ington last week to provide
Jordan with 100 M-60 tanks

equipped with laser range-
finders and other advanced
devices.

Israeli sources claimed,
meanwhile, that although
Jordan does not permit
Palestinian terrorists to op-
erate against Israel from its
territory, Jordanian army
authorities allow the ter-
rorists to train in the use of
American-made anti-tank
missiles and provide in-
structors.

A U.S. official said last
week that Hussein had
promised Carter that ter-

rorists would not be
allowed to operate from
Jordanian soil but the
King himself failed to
confirm this.

In a related development,
the Zionist Organization of
America's Detroit District
sent a letter to President
Carter, Secretary of State
Edmund Muskie and to Sec-
retary of Defense Harold
Brown urging them to reject
the sale of combat equip-
ment to Saudi Arabia and
the sale of M-60 tanks to
Jordan.

* * >1

King Hussein Demands Israel
Leave All Occupied Territories

at ultimate solution of the
-which,
WASHINGTON (JTA) — countries
problem is that the Pales-
Baghdad
and
Tunis
had
re-
King Hussein of Jordan
tinian people must par-
reiterated his uncom- jected the Camp David
ticipate in constructing
promising position that Is- peace process, "aimed at re-
the peace we all want."
storing
Arab
cohesion
and
rael must withdraw from all
According to Hussein,
lands it occupied in the sense of purposes."
"The key issue is the right
He said that at Tunis,
Six-Day War, including
"Arab Jerusalem" and those governments decided of self-determination."
called for "national inde- to send out envoys for a "just Without mentioning Is-
rael, he added, "This
pendence for the Palesti- peace" but "this policy has
need not contradict the
nians" as conditions for been thwarted by Israeli
settlements and repression rights of others in the
peace in our region."
area." He urged that
Speaking last week be- of the last few months."
The governments he re- "Palestinian exiles" be
fore the National Press
Club, broadcast live by Na- ferred to were opposed to the permitted to unite with
tional Public Radio and Camp David process since it "those under occupa-
Public Broadcasting Serv- was initiated in September, tion."
Hussein said the issue of
ice Television on 1,000 radio 1978.
Israel's right to exist and
Hussein said, "We are
and television stations
across the country, Hussein also consulting with the . Palestinian rights should be
addressed to "both sides
implied that the Soviet Palestine -Liberation
Union should become again Organization" and "the simultaneously."
involved in the proceedings
for a settlement in the Mid-
dle East and warned that a
separate peace between Is-
rael and Egypt will not suc-
BONN (JTA) — Eberhard Prosecutor said that the
ceed in bringing about a
Engelhardt, a 75-yera-old lawyers association would
solution.
lawyer, was fined 1,500 seek to bring Engelhardt
Addressing himself to the
Marks ($700) by a Nurem- before a court. of honor to
American people, Hussein
berg court Monday for answer for his actions.
called on them to demand
threatening to bring legal
from their government a
action against a German Survivors Parley
"balanced policy" toward
Jewish journalist who men- Features Session
the Arabs and Israelis. He
tioned on a television pro-
said that the U.S. is depriv- gram that members of her for Children
ing itself of relations in family died in the
NEW YORK (JTA) —
trade, energy and culture Holocaust. Engelhardt, who
Children of Holocaust sur-
with the Arab people "be-
practices in Nuremberg, vivors will have a special
cause of its peculiar and in-
was found guilty of exercis- all-day conference of their
defensible interpretation of
own at the World Gathering
commitment to Israel's se- ing duress.
The incident occurred
curity that seems to equate during a panel discussion of Jewish Holocaust Sur-
vivors to be held in Israel
security with conquest."
which followed the screen- June 15-18, 1981.
Hussein claimed that
ing of the American TV
Ernest Michel, chairman
"Jordan has been the series "Holocaust" in West
most active country in Germany last year. One of of the executive committee
search of a comprehen- the panelists, Renate Har- for the gathering, told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
sive settlement" since
precht of Hamburg, noted
1967, adding, "We that several members of her that a committee has been
organized in New York to
warned againit partial
family perished in the Nazi plan the session and to try to
and separate settle-
gas chambers.
reach "second generation"
ments" and that "the es-
A former SS official on the
sence cannot be ig- panel demanded to know people throughout • th
United States. The commit
nored."
precisely where and when tee, which has had two
That, he said, was "Is-
the murders took place and meetings with 25 person
rael's withdrawal from the
whether she could prove attending each, was or-
territory it occupied in June
them beyond doubt.
ganized by two married
1967" and it "cannot be
Engelhardt, who re- couples, Menachem and
separated from the exercise
presented the ex-SS man,
by the Palestinian people of warned Harprecht that • Jeannie Rosensaft and Her-
bert and Dina Zlotogorski,
the right • to self-
unless she provided a all four of whom are chil-
determination and national
satisfactory reply within dren of survivors.
freedom on their national
a fixed period of time he
Meanwhile, Michel re-
soil. The problem will not would take her to court
disappear if Egypt alone re- for insulting the German ported that there have been
gains its occupied land," people and instigating inquiries from about 1,000
perSons in the United States
Hussein said. "Syrian na-
against them.
so far about the gathering,
tional territories are occu-
which is expected to be the
Harprecht
informed
the
pied. Gaza and the West
Bank are occupied. Arab police and the state pro- largest meeting of
Jerusalem is occupied and secutor subsequently Holocaust survivors ever
officially, according to Is- brought charges against the held. He said there are al-
lawyer. After trie court's ready 150 paid reservations
rael, annexed," he said.
He said that the Arab verdict was announced, the for the event.

West German Lawyer Fined
for Threatened Legal Action

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