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July 31, 1981 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS.

42 Friday, July 31, 1981

AJCongress Suit Asks Data on Arab Wealth from U.S.

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The American Jewish Con-
gress Tuesday brought suit
in Federal District Court
here for copies of Treasury
Department records show-
ing the dollar holdings of
Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and
the United Arab Emirates.
Acting under the Free-
dom of Information Act, the
Jewish group asked for the

release of government
documents listing the
amount of funds on deposit
in U.S. banks and the
amounts of Treasury bills
owned or held by the three
Arab oil-producing states.
Joel Levy of Washington, a
vice president of the AJ-
Congress, filed the suit.
An earlier request for the
information was denied by

the Treasury Department,
which said that the Interna-
tional Investment Survey
Act and the Bretton Woods
Agreements Act precluded
the government from dis-
closing the information
sought.
In requesting the docu-
ments, Marc Stern, staff at-
torney for the AJCongress,
wrote to the Treasury De-

partment: "A matter of par-
ticular concern to the
American Jewish Congress
is the growing size of in-
vestments by Arab coun-
tries in the United States,
with a concomitant increase
in influence by those coun-
tries over American foreign
policy in the Middle East.
The information obtained
under this request . . . may
form the basis for recom-
mendation for further legis-
lation."

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not invited, it is believed,
because Israel is not a
monarchy, or a member of
the commonwealth, EEC or
NATO. However, President
Navon is understood to have
sent a wedding present.
Sir Immanuel
Jakobovitz, the chief rabbi
of England, was one of a
number of non-Christian
spiritual leaders who did
not receive an invitation to
the ceremony at St. Paul's
Cathedral. This is because
it was a private rather than
a state occasion and the
chief rabbi's office denies
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