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March 20, 1981 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, March 20, 1981

Egypt on Hold on Autonomy Talks

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Ghali of Egypt said his gov-
Foreign Minister Butros ernment preferred to wait
until after Israel's elections
ON A DIET?
June 30 to resume the au-
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NCCJ Resolutions Attack Bias

NEW YORK — The na-
tional board of trustees of
the National Conference of
Christians and Jews passed
three resolutions dealing
with bigotry and discrimi-
nation at its recent annual
meeting in New York City
and in one asked President
Ronald Reagan to "re-
establish the regulation of
the Office of Federal Con-
tact Compliance with the
same force and effect as
originally promulgated."
Aware of a rising tide of
racism, bigotry and anti-
Semitism, the NCCJ's na-
tional board discussed the
Ku Klux Klan and neo-
Nazis, the political in-
volvement of the religious
right wing and discrimina-
tion in social clubs.
Sidney J. Sheinberg of
Los Angeles presented a
resolution on "Racial and
Anti-Semitic Vandalism
and Harassment."
"The recent manifesta-
tions by members of the
Ku Klux Klan, neo-Nazi
organizations and other
hate groups in our land
are cause for concern
and constructive re-
sponse by all persons of
good will," Sheinberg
read. "These signs are
expressed in acts of van-
dalism, psychological
harassment and threats
of physical violence."
Sheinberg cited the
three-fold increase in re-
ported incidents of anti-
Semitism, and emphasized
the overt acts of cross burn-
ings on the properties of
black families, arson and
KKK rallies featuring
automatic weapons as
prizes.
"Silence in the face of de-
liberate acts of wanton
hatred cannot and must not
be tolerated in this country.
"Therefore, the National
Board of Trustees urges all
Americans of good will to
speak out against those who

would foment hatred and
seek to divide us."

The same resolution
also asked the mass
media to be vigilant in
reporting the activities of
hate-mongering groups,
while avoiding sen-
sationalism.

It also stressed the need

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Thirteen national Jewish
organizations with repre-
sentatives at the United
Nations have agreed to
coordinate actions to com-
bat anti-Semitism emanat-
ing from that world body.
Responding to a growing
concern that the UN has be-
come a vehicle for anti-
Semitism, Bnai Brith In-
ternational and the Zionist
Organization of America
jointly called a meeting in
New York to consider
countermeasures.
Participants at the meet-
ing of the UN non-
Governmental Organiza-
tions agreed that nations at
the UN were using the word
"Zionist" as a code for Jew
and "anti-Zionism" as a
code for anti-Semitism.
They agreed also that
"anti-Zionism" is -being
used as a means of attack-
ing the United States and
other Western nations.
The group expressed
their commitment that,
while fighting anti-
Semitism at the UN, they
would continue their
support of programs
"consistent with the UN
charter," such as those
for young people, the dis-
abled, the aged, the ill
and the homeless. But
they were quick to point
out that no one should
remain impassive or si-
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Women's League for Con-
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meeting.

Tunisians OK
Israeli Scientists

TEL AVIV ,(JTA) —
Tunisia has promised to
allow Israel to participate in
a scientific center to be es-
tablished in Tunis by the
United Nations-sponsored
Organization for the Pre-
vention of Pollution in the
Mediterranean.
Dr.Uri Marinov, director
of Israel's Interior Minis-
try's environmental protec-
tion service, said that at a
meeting of the UN organ-
ization in Cannes he had
protested the Tunis venue
because Israel would be
barred. When he proposed
Haifa as an alternate site,
the Tunisians promised
that Israel could participate
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