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December 19, 1980 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-12-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 19, 1980

Cabinet Will Discuss Golan Bills

Israelis Oppose
Terror Methods

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
TEL AVIV (ZINS) — A Premier Menahem Begin
recent public opinion poll in assured the Knesset
Israel showed that 54 per- Foreign Affairs and Defense
cent of the Israelis opposed Committee this week that
using terrorist methods to the Cabinet will discuss the
fight terrorism. Some 36.6 proposed Golan Heights
percent endorsed the idea. annexation bills that have

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been introduced and will
not shirk taking a stand on
the issue.
He did not, however, say
when the Cabinet would
address itself to the subject.
Several members of the
committee, including mem-
bers of coalition parties,
spoke against the bills, and
parliamentary observers
believe that the tide of
majority opinion in the
committee and in the house
as a whole appears to be
running against Golan an-
nexation at this time.
The bills have been sub-
mitted by the Tehiya Party
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the Jerusalem Bill) and by a
large group of Likud mem-
bers.
They are due to come up
for first reading in the
Knesset shortly.
The idea of annexing
the Golan by legislation
was given a boost last
week when it was pub-
licly espoused at the first
national convention of
the United Kibutz Move-
ment — the affiliation of
Ihud• Hakibutzim and
Hakibutz Hameuchad.
The convention resolved
to press within the oppo-
sition Labor Party for ac-
tion to pass such legisla-
tion.
There seems little doubt,
however, that the large
majority in Labor is against
the annexation. Neverthe-
less, some Israeli observers
believe that Premier Begin
might be tempted to let the
bill progress through the
Knesset with a view to em-
barrassing Labor and show-
ing up rifts between hawks
and doves in the opposition.
Others, however, feel that
the premier, facing a near-
crisis atmosphere within
his government over eco-
nomic policy, will not wish
to stir up divisions within
coalition ranks and will
therefore allow the bill to
die.
Last week, Simone Veil,
president of the European
Parliament, warned Israel
against the legislation be-
cause it would damage Is-
rael's ties with Europe.

Israel Exports Up

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — De-

spite the loss of exports to
Iran, which made up 10 per-
cent of Israel's exports in
1978, Israel boosted exports
28 percent in 1979.
The newspaper Haaretz
reported that Israel ex-
ported in 1979 some $1 bil-
lion worth of polished
diamonds and $600 million
in agricultural products.
Total Israel exports in 1979
hit $2.6 billion.
The newspaper predicted
that 1980 exports would be
up 44 percent.

Orientals Will
Replace Jews
in U.S. Music?

NEW YORK (ZINS) —

Leslie Rubinstein, in the
New York Times, writes
that Orientals are becoming
increasingly active in the
field of American music.
He quoted conductor
Jorge Mester of the Aspen
Music Festival as saying,
"The Israelis took over in
the 1950s; now it's the
Orientals."
Violinist Yehudi Menu-
hin said, "The Orientals are
the Jews of the future.

Costly Housing

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
newspaper Davaf reported
that the cost of an inexpen-
sive apartment in Israel
went from seven years and
seven months labor in 1978
to 81/2 years today.
It said that more than
40,000 persons in Israel
cannot find new housing,
including 9 ; 000 newlyweds.

Kosher Product Firms Urged
to Benefit Jewish Education

By BEN GALLOB

(Copyright 1980, JTA, Inc.)

A Queens rabbi has urged
firms in the kosher products
industry and other Jewish-
related businesses to pro-
vide direct financial support
for institutions of Jewish
education on all levels.
The proposal was made by
Rabbi Fabian Schonfeld of
the Young Israel of Kew
Gardens Hills at a session of
the recent 82nd anniver-
sary biennial convention in
Boston of the Union of Or-
thodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of America.
Decrying the "chronically
low" salaries paid Jewish
educators, which he said
prevented many of the most
qualified Jews from choos-
ing Jewish teaching as a
career, Rabbi Schonfeld also
said numbers in some indi-

cators of Jewish observance
were declining, which he
called an ominous sign.
He urged the Orthodox
organization to help or-
ganize a campaign among
Jewish business enterprises
and to set a high priority on
upgrading the level of
Jewish education in the
United States.

There'-are no songs com-
parable to the songs of Zion;
no orations equal to those of
the prophets; and no politics
like those which the Scrip-
tures teach.
—Milton

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