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October 23, 1981 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-23

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16 Friday, October 23, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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attack on Jewish houses of
worship in various Euro-
pean countries. Last August
a bomb blast at Vienna's
main synagogue killed two
persons and injured 18. In
October 1980, four persons
were killed and .32 were in-
jured by a bomb explosion
outside the Rue Copernic
synagogue in Paris. The
perpetrators of both bomb-
ings have not been ap-
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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
State Comptroller Ernst
Nebenzahl, watchdog over
government-owned indus-
tries and institutions, fired
a blast against some leading
public corporations in a
highly critical report. Two
of his targets were in the
field of aviation.
According to Nebenzahl,
El Al's rehabilitation pro-
gram, undertaken two
years ago, is still in its in-
fancy. He accused the na-
tional air line of perpetuat-
ing a number of abuses,
such as free tickets for com-
pany employees.

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Antwerp was the scene of
another terrorist outrage
directed against Jews in
July 1980 when terrorists
hurled hand grenades at a
bus being boarded by chil-
dren bound for a Jewish
summer camp. One teen-

aged youth was killed.
Two years ago bombs
exploded at Brussels airport
where passengers were
waiting, to board an El Al
flight to Israel. Two Pales-
tinians were arrested in
that attack.

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TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
Some 22 New York families
under the leadership of
Rabbi Steven Riskin of Lin-

coin Square Synagogue
have purchased homes in
Efrat near Gush Etzion in
the Judean Hills.

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The comptroller ques-
tioned the feasibility of two
major projects of Israel Air-
craft Industries (IAI), the
Westwind executive jet and
the Arava short-take - off-
and-landing (STOL) plane.
He also charged that IAI
spent money on the de-
velopment of a new jet
fighter before the Defense
Ministry had stated its re-
quirements.

one government enterprise
showing a profit was the
Dead Sea potash works. But
most of its profits came from
financial manipulations,
not the sale of chemicals, he
said.
He also lashed out at the
Mifal Hapayis, the national
lottery which donates its
profits to educational, med-
ical and social projects. He
said it gave tens of millions
of shekels to yeshivot with-
He accused the Haifa
out bothering to find out
Oil Refineries of over-
how many students they
charging the State Fuel
had.
Administration and
The national lottery also
said it demonstrated in-
spent a half million dollars
competence by investing
on new equipment which is
more than a billion
used less than two -days a
shekels in a new ethyl
week. Observers here noted
plant which was of defec-
that Nebenzahl's report
tive design and is now
contained charges which he
unprofitable.
has made many times in the
Nebenzahl said that the past.

Cheysson Remark on Sadat
Death Draws Angry Protest

PARIS (JTA) — Foreign
Minister Claude Cheysson
has provoked a storm of pro-
tests after he declared that
Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat's death "removes an
obstacle to a rapprochement
between Egypt and the
Arab world."
The minister, in a radio
interview last week, said
that such a rapprochement
could lead to improved
prospects for an overall
peace settlement in the
Middle East.
deplored
Cheysson
Sadat's "tragic death" but
seemed to imply that the
Egyptian president's death
could nonetheless serve the
cause of peace as his suc-
cessor could enable Egypt to
return to the Arab fold.
He said that peace could
come only when all the
Arabs, including Egypt,
will negotiate with Israel
for a lasting agreement. The
Franco-Israeli Alliance
called Cheysson's state-,
ment "indecent and ab-
surd."
The mass circulation
evening paper, France-Soit,
termed the minister's dec-
laration "mad and illogical"
while the conservative
morning paper, Le Figaro,
stressed that Cheysson was
"the first Western leader to
find something positive in

Sadat's assassination."
Meanwhile, Joseph Low-
ery, president of the South-
ern Christian Leadership
Conference, said the U.S.
bears responsibility for the
assassination of Anwar
Sadat "because it
encouraged policies that
isolated him from the Arab
world."

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but instruct him that con-
tradicts us; for a madman is
not cured by another run-
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