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September 19, 1980 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Right In Your
Own Driveway!

Jewish Unit Scores Statement
by Churches on Jerusalem

Israel-Egypt
Oil Agreement -
Is Discussed

TORONTO (JTA) — The
International Jewish
Committee for Interreli-
gious Consultations (IJ-
CIC), representing Jewish
communities throughout
the world, has expressed
"shock and grave concern"
over a statement on
Jerusalem adopted by the
World Council of Churches'
Central Committee (WCC).
The WCC, at its meeting
here last month, adopted a
statement opposing "the Is-
raeli unilateral action of
annexing East Jerusalem
and uniting the city as its
`eternal capital' under its
exclusive sovereignty. This
decision is contrary to all
pertinent UN resolutions. It
most dangerously under-
mines all efforts towards

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Shi-
mon Gilboa, head of the Is-
raeli fuel administration, is
in Cairo to discuss the con-
tinued supply of Egyptian
oil from Sinai to Israel.
The talks are intended to
sum up the situation to date
and to explore methods
whereby Israel can obtain
oil through direct agree-
ment with the Egyptian
authorities rather than
purchase from oil com-
panies as has been the case
up to now.
Israel receives 500,000
tons of crude oil every three
months for which it pays be-
tween $27-$34 per barrel.

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the just solution on the
Middle East problem and
thus jeopardizes regional
and world peace."

Palestinian people on
self-determination and
on the solution of the
Middle East conflict."
The IJCIC characterized
The WCC statement the WCC's statement as
called on member wholly "political in char-
churches "to exert acter and flagrantly parti-
through their respective san" and charged that "it
governments all pressure can only serve to encourage
on Israel to withhold all extremists whose rejec-
actions on Jerusalem, the tionist policies have 'most
future of which should be dangerously undermined
included in the agenda of all efforts towards a just
official negotiations in- solution of the Middle East
volving Israal and the problem'."

Kuwait Gives $1 Million
to Georgetown Arab Center

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Georgetown University has
accepted an endowment of
$1 million from the gov-
ernment of Kuwait for its
Georgetown Center for Con-
temporary Arab Studies,
which also is being financed
this year by 24 American
corporations.
Wesley Christenson,
Georgetown's director of
public relations, said that
the Kuwait endowment has
raised the total contributed
to the center by eight Arab
governments to $3,305,000
since its founding in 1975.
"More than half the
money" for the center this
year comes from American
corporations while the Arab
governments contribute
"less than half," Chris-
tenson s id. The center has
a faculty of 22 members and
its student body consists of
only 38 undergraduate stu-
dents.
Kuwait's contribution
is the largest yet given to
the center. Libya and the
United Arab Emirates
each have given $750,000,
the next highest gifts.
Jordan, Egypt, Saudi
Arabia, Qatar and Oman
are the other Arab states
that have contributed.
Christenson said that

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corporations that have
contributed include Allis
Chalmers, Texaco,
Bechtel, Exxon, General
Motors, Ford, Chase
Manhattan Bank and
Citibank.
A university statement
said that the Kuwait gift
was to establish an endowed
professorship at the Center
for Contemporary Arab Af-
fairs and Public Policy.
University officials said
Kuwait attached no condi-
tions to the gift and would
not participate in selection
of the professor under the
endowment. Christenson
said "some American Jews
and some Israelis" are
among the center's stu-
dents.
Besides the Arab center,
the university • conducts a
Middle East studies pro-
gram in which, Christenson
said, a visiting Israeli pro-
fessorship ib a part. Regular
conferences on Israeli eco-
nomic and political affairs
have been held since 1967
and more than 2,000 stu-
dents have taken courses
there, he said. It now has six
undergraduate courses on
Judaic studies, some of its
students also go to Hebrew
University in Jerusalem, he
added.

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for Anti-Jewish Document

RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA,)
— Energy Minister Cesar
Cals has strongly re-
pudiated allegations by
members of his ministry's
internal security depart-
ment that Brazil's Jewish
community opposed the nu-
clear agreement signed be-
tween Brazil and West
Germany. Cals revealed
that he has fired the four of-
ficials responsible for a
secret report to that effect
which became public.
The report accused the
CIA, THE KGB and the
Jewish community of creat-
ing obstacles to the im-
plementation of the nuclear
pact. In an interview on "A
Voz Israelita" radio pro-
gram, Cals said the gov-
ernment totally rejected the
report and that it is un-
equivocally opposed to
anti-Jewish manifestations
in any form.
The minister also con-
demned the attack by un-
identified vandals on a nur-

sery sponsored by the
Jewish philanthropic
organization Ofidas in the
Jewish quarter of Born Re-
tiro in Sao Paulo recently.
The premises were com-
pletely destroyed.
The nursery caters to
about 130 children of poor
families, almost all of them
non-Jewish.

Nazareth Mayor
Speaks in Detroit

The Arab mayor of
Nazareth was in Detroit
last week, claiming that Is-
rael's preventive actions in
south Lebanon could be a
prelude to a fifth Arab-
Israeli war.
Tawfiq Zayyad stopped in
Detroit as part of a U.S.
speaking tour. His audience
included Detroit City Coun-
cil members Kenneth Coc-
krel and Maryann Mahaf-
fey. Mahaffey gave Tawfiq
several small gifts and told
him, "We join with you."

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