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June 12, 1981 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 12, 1%1 21

Closing Ceremony of Survivors'
Meeting Will Be Broadcast Live

NEW YORK — The clos-
ing of ceremonies of the
four7 day World Gathering
of Jewish Holocaust Sur-
vivors will be transmitted
live via satellite on 1 p.m.
Thursday over the facilities
of the Public Broadcasting
Service (WTVS, Ch. 56 in
Detroit).
The live transmission is
the first ever from the his-
~ic and holy Western Wall
Jerusalem. Prime Minis-
ter Menahem Begin will
make a major address to an
assemblage of 7,000 persons
from 22 countries who will
be concluding a four-day
gathering of survivors of
Hitler's death camps and
their children and grand-
children in Israel on that
day.
The 7,000 survivors are
expected to attend the trib-
ute to the Six Million Jews
who perished in the
Holocaust and to pass a le-
gacy of commitment to the
next generations. The
Gathering is being led by

honorary chairmen Elie
Wiesel, Simone Veil and
Stefan Grayek and execu-
tive committee chairman
Ernest W. Michel and vice
chairman Benjamin Meed.
One of the first events
highlighting the World
Gathering of Holocaust
Survivors will be the
dedication of the Western
Wal of a fully equipped
ambulance presented to
Magen David Adom by
the Kol Israel Founda-
tion, Kol Israel Sister-
hood and Second Gener-
ation Kol Israel, of Cleve-
land, Ohio.
Many of the MDA ambu-
lances on special assign-
ment for the World Gather-
ing have been donated over
the past few years by
Holocaust survivors in the
United States, inscribed in
memory of family victims.
The American Anti-Nazi
Association will prepare
and distribute free a "World
Gathering Holocaust Al-
bum" as a memento.

Thatcher Tells Carrington
to Nix Meeting With Arafat

LONDON (JTA) — Mrs. " cessions to IRA hunger
Margaret Thatcher, the strikers.
British Prime Minister, is
This is believed to be one
believed to have asked her of the factors behind offi
foreign Secretary, Lord cially inspired reports over
Carrington not to meet PLO the weekend that Lord Car
leader Yasir Arafat this rington has changed his
summer despite recent dec- mind about meeting Arafat
larations by herself and by when Britain holds the
Carrington that such a European Economic Corn
meeting might be inevita- munity presidency this
ble.
summer. Both he and the
Although a meeting is prime minister have re
still possible towards the cently been telling Parlia
end of the year it would be in ment that such a meeting
a wider framework and might be inescapable.
other European and Arab
Nevertheless, it is not
leaders would be present.
ruled out that another
The reason is that such a British minister might see
meeting could embarrass Arafat during the summer
the government at a time and Carrington himself
when it is under growing in- might meet the PLO chief
ternational pressure to ac- towards the end of the year
cord political status to the i n the framework of the
provisional Irish Republi- Euro-Arab dialogue when
can Army.
other European and Arab
The prime minister has I eaders would be present.
emerged as the toughest
Carrington still re-
opponent of concessions gards the Middle East as
to the IRA. The t he most important in-
arguments she has been t ernational issue of his
using would make her EEC presidency.
vulnerable to accusa-
Despite the news of Car-
tions of inconsistency if r ington's change of, heart,
Carrington were seen Jewish communal bodies
consorting with Arafat are going ahead with plans
while she prohibits con- f or a mass rally in London's
Trafalgar Square on July 5.
Press announcements of the
r ally have linked the Irish
a nd Middle East questions
b y quoting Mrs. Thatcher's
efusal of political status for
I RA terrorists.

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GENEVA (JTA) — From
six to eight percent of the
Swiss population is anti-
Semitic according to a re-
port submitted to the Gen-
eral Assembly of the Fred-
eration of Jewish Com-
munities meeting here this
week. There are presently
5,700 Jewish families in
Switzerland, about 1,000 in
Geneva.

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Rabbi Rubin R. Dobin,
national chairman of the
Association is at the Israeli
event as an official partici-
pant. He will edit and as-
semble the publication and
will make it -ready for dis-
tribution all over the world.
Requests for the
Holocaust Album should be
addressed to Rabbi Rubin R.
Dobin, Holocaust Album,
POB 6194, Miami Beach,
Fla. 33154. All requests
must be accompanied by a
large self-addressed,
stamped envelope.

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PLO Rep Burial
After Israeli
Slain Returned?

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
high Israeli source said that
Israel would allow the slain
Palestine Liberation
Organization official Naim
Khader to be buried on the
West Bank if the PLO
agreed to return the bodies
of four Israeli soldiers killed
in south Lebanon.
Khader, who headed the
PLO office in Brussels, was
shot to death in the Belgian
capital June 1 by an un-
known gunman.
The Israeli source dis-
closed that an unnamed
third party is conducting
negotiations with the PLO
on behalf of the families of
the soldiers.
The source said Israel was
approached by certain in-
ternational figures with a
request that Khader's body
be interred at his birthplace
near Jenin and presented
its conditions to those fig-
ures.

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