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February 27, 1981 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-02-27

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18 Friday, February 21, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Alawis Seek Israeli Citizenship

HURRY! BEFORE
TIME RUNS OUT

J.

GOLAN HEIGHTS (JNI)
— Over half of the 950 resi-

Warsaw Prof
at Yeshiva U.

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The non-Jewish head of
Warsaw University's de-
partment of ancient Near
East and Hebrew studies is
serving as visiting research
professor at Yeshiva Uni-
versity, where he is gather;
ing material for new
Polish-language books on
the Dead Sea Scrolls and the
Talmud.

Israel Proponent?

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
A visiting delegation of
British parliamentarians
told Israelis last week that
in spite of her Foreign Sec-
retary, Lord Carrington,
British Prime Minister
Margaret Thatcher is
highly dedicated to the
cause of Israel.

Negative Treaty?

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Prof. Ben-Zion Netanyahu,
a close associate of the late
Zeev Jabotinsky, says the
Zionist figure would not
have agreed with the
Israeli-Egyptian peace
treaty.

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TIBERIAS (ZINS) — The
Mek6rot water company re-
ports that the Sea of Galilee
is nearly full for the first
time in several years, and
steps are being taken to con-
trol spring flooding.

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Earthquake Aid

NEW YORK — Over
$140,000 has been donated
by the Jewish community of
the United States for the re-
lief of victims of the earth-
quake in the Naples area of
Italy last November.

Bar-Ilan Chair

RAMAT GAN — A chair
in research into the Kab-
bala in honor of Dr. Alexan-
der Safran, chief rabbi of
Geneva, has been inaugu-
rated at Bar-Ilan Univer-
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dents of the only Alawi vil-
lage in Israel have re-
quested Israeli citizenship.
According to the Interior
Ministry, applicants in-
clude Ghajar's council
chairman, many teachers
and Hula Valley factory
workers.
Ghajar is in Lebanese
territory. In the 1960s the
Lebanese leased the entire
area of Mount Hermon to
the Syrian military, who
used their positions to shell
Israeli settlements. During
the Six-Day War, the Israillfr
Defense Forces took ov
the area.
The Alawis are a Shiite
Moslem sect found mainly
in northern Syria. Syrian
President Hafez Assad is a
member.

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Israel ranks first in the
world with 1,102 military
scientists per million of
population. The U.S. is sec-
ond at 941.

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