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December 04, 1981 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-04

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Jewish Agency Executive
OKs $440 Million Budget

NEW YORK (JTA) — chairman of the board of
The Jewish Agency Execu- governors of the Jewish
tive held two days of meet- Agency.
ings last week to discuss its
Dulzin also said that the
budget for fiscal year 1982- Executive received a confi-
1983.
dential report on the many
Leon Dulzin, chah-man of measures being taken to re-
the Executive, said the scue Ethiopian Jews
agency's budget as proposed (Falashas). This report
by the Executive will be in thoroughly satisfied the
two parts: a general budget Executive that everything
totaling $440 million, and a possible was being done to
pecial budget of approx- save them, he said.
mately $80 million for
Kalman Sultanik, head of
roject Renewal. It will be the World Zionist Organiza-
presented and approved by tion's organization depart-
the Agency's board of gov- ment, at a meeting of the
ernors which will meet_ in WZO Executive which fol-
Jerusalem next February.
lowed the Jewish Agency
He told the meetings of meeting, announced that
the Executive that while the World Zionist Congress
the United Jewish Appeal will begin in Jerusalem
campaign revealed an in- Dec. 7, 1982.
crease in this year's pledges
He also announced that
of more than 10 percent, "we next week there -will be a
expressed our grave concern unification conference in
at the disturbing fact that Argentina for all that coun-
there has been a continuing, try's Zionist organizations.
distressing drop in the per- On March 14, 1982, there
centage offunds allocated to will be a unification confer-
Israel by local communities. ence in England of that
This percentage has been country's Zionist federa-
steadily reduced over the tions and Mizrachi.
past five years to the detri-
ment of Israel and our vital
programs."
Dulzin said a special
committee was ap-
pointed to deal with this
problem, consisting of
Detroiter Martin Citrin,
president of the Council
of Jewish Federations;
Morton Mandel, im-
mediate past president of
the CJF; Herschel Blum-
berg, general chairman
of the UJA; Irving Field,
president of the UJA; and
Detroiter Max Fisher,

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 4, 1981

41.

Terrorists Defy UN, Raise PLO Flag

(Continued from Page 1)
A UN exhibit on the
Palestinians featured
"Palestinian culture" and
emphasized their "Inalien-
able rights" to self-
determination. The UN also
screened the documentary
film "Palestinians Do Have
Rights" which was produced
two years ago by the UN
under PLO direction and
supervision.
In addition to an anti-
Israel resolution at the con-
clusion of the "Palestinian
Debate," there will also be
anti-Israel resolutions at
the end of the debate on the
"Mideast Question" and on
various other items before
the General Assembly, such

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selling book extolling the
Waffen SS, written by a
former member of the
notorious Nazi security
police, has been branded a
menace to West German
youth for spreading neo-
Nazi ideas.

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"While the sentence is ac-
. curate," Foxman declared,
"the time limitation con-
veys the impression that
Jews were only a small part
of the total murdered by the
Nazis. Actually, the killings
were part of Hitler's Final
Solution and comparatively
few other than Jews are
buried in the mass grave."
The film refers to the Babi
Yar massage as "political
murder" instead of
genocide.
The only other refer-
ences to Jews in the film,
Foxman said, are a fleet-
ing glimpse of a sign or-
dering them to assemble
at a certain time and
place, and a listing of the
victims — "Ukrainians,
Gypsies, Jews, Russians,
and Khazars" — of Nazi
death camps. '
The most flagrant omis-
sion, according to Foxman,
occurs in the film's por-
trayal of the Warsaw
' Ghetto uprising. "The nar-
rator manages to describe
the heroic revolt of the Jews
without mentioning Jew."
he said.

Airport Strike

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Ben-Gurion Airport,
plagued by strikes, was
again hit by a strike Sun-
day, but it did not im-
mediately affect flights.

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