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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

10 Friday, July 4, 1980

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The Knesset motion cal-
ling for the dissolution of
the house and the holding of
elections was defeated -
Monday evening, 60-54.
The voting took place
shortly after Begin left the
chamber:
The motion was sponsored
by the Shai Party. Knesseter
Shmuel Toledano argued

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that the government's sup-
port in the Knesset did not
truly reflect its situation in
public opinion — where it
was thoroughly discredited.
Minister Without Portfolio
Moshe Nissim replied for the
government.
All coalition members
voted against the motion.
Labor, Shai and the small lef-
tist parties voted for it — as
did lone Knesseters Moshe
Dayan and Shmuel Flatto-
Sharon. There were four ab-
sentees (two, Yosef Burg and
Meir Amit paired by pre-
arrangement), one absten-
tion and one member present
but not participating.
The result coincided
roughly with the earlier
prognoses. It had been clear
since the weekend that the
government would emerge
with a fairly comfortable
majority, though some gov-
ernment supporters had ex-
pected 63 or 64 votes (count-
ing on Dayan and Flatto).

* * *

Fisher Addresses
Zionist Council

In a new departure,
Jewish Agency Board of
Governors chairman Max
Fisher addressed the
Zionist General Council. He
sharply criticized the old-
style politicization of the
World Zionist Organiza-
tion.
There was excitement
during the closing evening
of an otherwise quiet and
run-of-the-mill ZGC ses-
sion. It focussed on the con-
troversial issue of settle-
ments on the West Bank.
There was much shout-
ing, votes and re-votes —
and at the end of a long eve-.
ning both camps could claim
some success.
On the one hand, the
Likud-led "coalition"
had to withdraw a motion
calling for a stress on set-
tlement in "areas of
sparse Jewish popula-
tion." Matti Drobless, the
Herut co-chairman of the
WZO Settlement De-
partment realized before
the issue was due to be
voted that the motion
would probably fail —
and he and his suppor-
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when a Labor motion cal-
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and Negev was defeated —
on the third vote — 60-54.
A first vote, by show of
hands, was inconclusive,
and each side demanded a
roll-call vote. By the time
the second of these was held,
with tempers hot and voices
strident, a number of dele-
gates had left the hall (the
ZGC this year numbered
170 delegates from Israel
and abroad).
WZO chairman Leon
Dulzin made what was per-
haps the most sober corn-
ment on the whole affair. He
noted that whichever way
the vote went it would have
no effect whatever on WZO
policy. The WZO, he ex-
plained, is committed by
contract to implement the
settlement policy of the Is-
raeli government of the day.
Whatever settlements the
government decides to put
up the WZO Settlement De-
partment will build, regard-
less of the sentiments of any
ZGC resolution.
Another controversial
draft resolution, requir-
ing Zionist leaders to
make aliya after two
terms of office or relin-
quish their leadership
roles, was quietly buried
under the strong pres-
sure of Hadassah and
other veteran groups.
The "young guards" of the
various parties had backed
the resolution, and it was
warmly treated in a number
of Israeli press articles. But
the older leadership genera-
tion of the WZO, both in Is-
rael and abroad, ensured
that it was effecitvely
shelved.

* * *

Economy Topic
of Jewish Agency

Israel's two top fiscal offi-
cials, Finance Minister
Yigal Hurwitz and Arnon
Gafni, governor of the Bank
of Israel, predicted that Is-
rael would overcome its se-
vere economic problems.
Both addressed the first
working session of the
Jewish Agency's annual as-
sembly which opened Sun-
day night at a festive cere-
mony addressed by
President Yitzhak Navon.
Gafni told the 340 dele-
gates from Israel and
abroad that the govern-
ment's present policy of
economic restraint could
reduce the annual rate of in-
flation by 30-40 percent if it
is continued.
He praised the liberaliza-
tion of foreign currency re-
strictions and credited it
with increasing Israel's
foreign currency reserves'
by some 50 percent, to about
$3 billion. He noted that ex-
ports increased substan-
tially during the past year.
He attributed Israel's eco-
nomic troubles to growing
energy and security costs.
Navon called for a "proj-
ect of spiritual revival" with
emphasis on Jewish educa-
tion, immigration and visits
to Israel. He warned how-
ever, that if present trends
continue, there would be
two-to-three million fewer
Jews in the world by the end
of the century. Navon

claimed
that _ inter-
marriage, assimilation and
the low birth rate among
Jews could be reversed and
urged Jewish communities
overseas to give Jewish
education top priority in
their budgets.
Leon Dulzin expressed
the hope that another mil-
lion Jews would come to Is-
rael by the end of this de-
cade. He said the majority
would probably come from
the Soviet Union but
warned against the gradual
closing of the doors to
Jewish emigration from the
USSR and ongoing problem
of drop-outs — Jews who go
to countries other than Is-
rael after leaving Russia.
Dulzin claimed that
American Jewish organ-
izations do not realize
that the high drop-out
rate is a catastrophe.
The assembly's agenda
included an excursion to
Galilee and a study of the
successes and failures to
date of Project Renewal.
Several -Detroiters who
are members of the Jewish
Welfare Federation
attended the Jewish Agency
sessions. The Detroiters in-
cluded Paul Zuckerman,
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Citrin,
Jane Sherman, Phillip
Stollman, Dr. Leon Fill and
Stanley Frankel.
* * *

ell and Jewish Agency ses-
sions endorsed a statement
advocating compromise on
the administered ter-
ritories. The statement,
"Our Way Is Not Theirs,"
implied criticism of the
Begin goverment policies on
West Bank settlement.
The statement's singers
included three former
chairmen of the Conference
of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organ-
izations, Joachim Prinz,
Rabbi Alexander Schindler
and Theodore Mann; actor
Theodore Bikel, and Flint
attorney Michael A. Pela-
vin.
The statement was f i rst
issued in Jerusalem se
weeks ago and deplored
tremism and the "distur-
tion" of Zionism.

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