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May 22, 1981 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, May 22, 1981

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I Mrs. Navon Reminds 'Friends'
of Israel Concessions for Peace

NEW YORK (JTA)

Ofira Navon, wife of Israel's
President Yitzhak Navon,
said that although relations
between Egypt and Israel

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have improved significantly
since the signing of the
Camp David accords in
1978, "friends" of Israel who
seek further concessions
from Israel because of
global political problems
tend to forget those already
made.
Mrs. Navon, addressing
500 persons at the 27th an-
nual Israel Bond fashion
show and luncheon last
week at the Waldorf Astoria
Hotel, did not specify who
those "friends" were, but
cited the "difficult negotia-
tions with Egypt regarding
the provision for au-
tonomy." -
She noted, however, the
return of Sinai, a strategi-
cally important area with
three military airfields,
vital oil fields, and the
abandoning of new settle-
ments, as areas Israel has
already committed itself to
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rael barred from the confer-
ence and eventually expel-
led from the WHO.
The Arabs were surprised
when the African states, led
by Nigeria, informed the
credentials committee that
they opposed a proposal by
Bahrain and Sudan to ban
Israel because of its alleged
violations of international
law. The Arabs apparently
Steinhardt Kin
were not -prepared for this
to Present Play
stance.
The Arab stategy
"God's in His Heaven," by
Herschel S. Steinhardt will aimed at excluding Israel
be presented at the Paul from all international
Robeson Theater in. the conferences and forums
Northwest Activities Cen- of United Nations agen-
ter 8 p.m. May 29 and 30 cies was based on an
agreement reached at the
and 7 p.m. May 31.
The play is part of a 'one- conference of non-
act play festival sponsored aligned nations in New
by the New Playwrights Deli last January.
The Arabs had a firsty try
Theater of Detroit. There is
a charge. For reservations at implementing that policy
and group rate* call the at a conference on African
refugees held here last
NAC, 861-4842.
Steinhardt is the brother month but failed because of
of psychiatrist Dr. Milton American pressure. It was
Steinhardt, who is an active understood that the U.S.
planned to walk out of the
promoter of Jewish causes.
WHO conference if Israel
was excluded.

GENEVA (JTA) — Afri-
can nations attending the
World Health Organization
(WHO) annual conference
which opened here earlier
this month have unexpec-
tedly rallied- behind Israel
against a coordinated at-
tempt by the Arab states
and their allies to have Is-

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co-existence.
Mrs. Navon previewed a
program called "Shelter
Cities" which she hopes to
implement in conjunction
with Jihan Sadat, wife of
President Anwar Sadat of
Egypt, and other world per-
sonalities such as the Queen
of England and the First
Lady of Mexico. The pro-
gram would accommodate
children who are victims of
natural disasters of war.
Shelter camps would be
set up in suitable agreed lo-
cations bearing an interna-
tional flag where children
would receive both physical
and emotional first aid.
The program would work
in cooperation with the
United Nations and top
UNICEF officials. Mrs.
Navon added that just re-
cently, the Egyptian am-
bassador to the United Na-
tions confirMed his support
for the program.

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Oakland, Wayne, Macomb
and Monroe counties.
Solicitors will wear-
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gan. Proceeds gained from
the drive will be used for re-
search into catastrophic
diseases.

Benefit Slated

A benefit Victorian gar-
den party will be held 5 p.m.
May 29 for the beautifica-
tion of the grounds of the
Wayne State University
Faculty Club, 119 W. Han-
cock at Cass Ave.
There is a charge. For
reservations, call the club,
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