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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 13, 19131

Kahane Lashes Jewish 'Establishment

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By ALAN HITSKY
Rabbi Meir Kahane of the
Jewish Defense League and
the Kach Movement spent
two hours on Sunday
entertaining an audience of
200 at Young Israel of
Greenfield by heaping scorn
on the Jewish "establish-
ment" in the U.S. and Is-
rael.
He also made a strong ap-
peal for funds and aliya, tel-
ling the audience, "We need
your sons in Israel."
Kahane called Jewish
leadership in the U.S.
"pygmies and dwarfs, cho-
sen not for their scholarship
but for their money." He
scorned Detroiter Max
Fisher, chairman of the
Jewish Agency of Israel,
saying, "If Menahem Begin
came to Detroit today,
Fisher would fall all over
him. But I remember what
Fisher said about Begin 30
years ago."
He said Jewish leader-
ship in general, and sin-
gled out the Anti-
Defamation League in
particular, for ignoring
"the growing Nazi prob-
lem" in this country. He
said, "If you think your
have occupied terri-
anything, you're right.
He should go into a
downtovfil bar for a week
and hear America sing-
ing. Then he will know
what America thinks
about Jews."
Kahane laphed American
Jewry for eulogizing
President Anwar Sadat of
Egypt, saying he was more
upset about the sales of U.S.
arms to Egypt than he was
about the sale of AWACS
radar planes to Saudi
Arabia.

Kahane read three
statements by Sadat, made
in 1953, 1972 and 1978, that
were anti-Semitic and
anti-Israel. Kahane
charged that Egypt has
given up little to regain the
Sinai and its oilfields, while
Israel has given up the oil,
the sophisticated Sinai air-
bases and the strategic posi-
tion of having her troops
near Egypt's cities while
Egypt's soldiers were far
from Israel's cities.
"Who wins a war and then
give up land?" Kahane
asked. He said that if be had
been premier when Sadat
made his peace overtures in
1977, he would have de-
manded an appology from
Sadat for his anti-Semitic
statements and then pre-
sented a list of his own de-
mands:
"Sadat and the Arabs
have occupied ter-
tories? We have occupied
territories too," he said.
"South Lebanon, south
Syria and all of Jordan. I
have other demands: in-
demnities for the 700,000
Jews from Arab lands
and the families of the
14,000 fallen Israeli
soldiers."
"Because we have turned
Egypt into a lover of peace,
Egypt is now an ally of the
U.S. and is arming with
U.S. weapons," Kahane
charged. "Sadat was a
Jew-hater and a genius —
he knew that if he said nice
things about Jews we would
fall all over him, and we
did."
Turning to the publicized
topic of his speech,
Kahane's new book, "They
Must Go," the rabbi out-
lined Arab duplicity in their

calls for a return to the 1967
borders and the problems of
having a growing Arab
minority . within Israel.
"Was everything so won-
derful in 1966, or 1956 or
1947?" the rabbi asked.
"The Arabs didn't kill 6,000
Jews during the War of In-
dependence? Remember
Hebron in 1929? We have
the same problems now as
then.
The Arabs' instant
peace plan is to do away
with Israel. Hussein says
we should give back
Judea, Samaria and East
Jerusalem. In 1967 he
had Judea, Samaria and
East Jerusalem and he
went to war against Is-
rael.
"There is no Palestine,"
Kahane declared. "There
are no Palestinians. There
are only Arabs. Let them go
live with other Arabs. There
is an Eretz Yisrael and we
own every inch of it."
He said Israel cannot be
afraid of U.S. pressure be-
cause there will always be
U.S. pressure, because of
oil. "Since we are going to
haVe to say 'no' to the U.S.
eventually, why not say .no
now, before we have to give
up everything?".
Rabbi Kahane discussed
at length the premise of his
new book, that Israel will
have to expel its Arab
minority. He said he wants
Israel to avoid becoming
another Northern Ireland.
He advocates expelling
the Arabs, with compen-
sation, and pointed to ex-
changes of population in
the last 40 years: between
India and Pakistan (18
million) and the expul-
sion of 12 million German

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Thursday, NOVEMBER 19, at 8:00 p.m.

at the JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
6600 W. Maple, W. Bloomfield

Public Invited

Abu-Hatzeira
to Stand Trial
in Tel Aviv

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Supreme Court ruled
last week that Welfare
Minister Aharon Abu-
- Hatzeira can be brought to
trial without prior action by
the present Knesset to strip
him of immunity as a Knes-
set member.
A five justice panel de-
cided 4-1 to reject Abu-
Hatzeira's argument that
his re-election to the Knes-
set last June 30 restored his
immune status which had
been lifted by the previous
Knesset.
The minister, who heads
the Tami faction, a partner
in Premier Menahem Be-
gin's coalition government,
is charged with embezzle-
ment and theft in connec-
tion with his administra-
tion of a charitable fund
when he served as mayor of
Ramie in 1976-1977. His
trial, interrupted 'pending
the outcome of his appeal,
will resume in Tel Aviv dis-
trict court Nov. 20 with
Judge Victoria Ostrovsky-
Cohen presiding.

Mubarak Firm
on Commitment_
to Peace Treaty

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nationals by Poland and
Czechoslovakia.
"The world would scream
for at least a month," (if Is-
rael expelled its Arabs) he
said sarcasticly.."They hate
us anyway. Let us give them
something to hate us about.
The fate of Israel does not
depend on Central Africa, oe
Singapore, or Washington.
We have to have faith. We
have to do what is right,
even if it is dangerous. "
Kahane told the audi-
ence, "Let your children go
home to Israel, to grow up
strong and proud and free.
Let them have babies. If
their is overpopulation in
Pakistan, let the Pakistanis
stop making babies. Hitler
took from us two million
babies."
"Our answer to every
PLO attack should be a new
settlement in Judea and
Samaria."

JOHN BIERMAN

Author of -RIGHTEOUS GENTILE^ who
recounts the triumphs and subsequent
tragedy of a man who has been called
the greatest unsung hero of World War
II. A man who risked his life daily as he
provided passports and papers for
thousands of Jews to escape Hitler's

"Final Solution" —

ROAUL WALLENBERG

No Admission Charge

NEW YORK (JTA) —
President Hosni Mubarak
of Egypt has assured a
group of visiting Americans
that the Egyptian people no
less than his government
stand squarely behind ful-
fillment of the peace treaty
with Israel.
He' expressed confidence
that the Israeli government
is determined to complete
the steps remaining to be
carried out under the peace
treaty and said the doub-
ters, proven wrong before,
will be proven wrong again
when Israel completes its
withdrawal from Sinai next
April.
Mubarak offered his
views in a conversation
with a delegation of leaders
of the American Jewish
Committee, headed by
Maynard Wishner, AJ-
Committee president.

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