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December 11, 1981 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-11

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Friday, December 11, 1981 5

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Shamir: Habib Unsuccessful Jews Are Told to Speak Out
Irving Kessler, executive
NEW YORK (JTA) —
in His Effort to Move Missiles Jerold
Hoffberger, chair- vice chairman of the UIA,

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KEREN KAYEMETH LEISRAEL

NEW YORK — A 1982
budget of $39.5 million was
adopted by the board of di-
rectors of the American
Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee at its annual
meeting Wednesday. Henry
Taub, New Jersey
businessman and com-
munal leader, was re-
elected JDC president for a
second one-year term.
During the meeting JDC
Executive Vice President
Ralph I. Goldman reviewed
the achievements of JDC in
1981 and reported that over
500,000 persons had been
helped around the world
with a total 1981 expendi-
ture of $39,523,000.

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reviewed the work of the or-
ganization. He disclosed
that "in recent days, consul-
tations with the State De-
partment to coordinate ef-
forts to save Ethiopian Jews
have added another item to
the UIA agenda."
Declaring that Project
Renewal to rehabilitate de-
teriorated neighborhoods in
Israel "is succeeding," Kes-
sler said that of the $80
million allocated by the
UIA for the project, $24
million was used so far.

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that he welcomed its return
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man of the United Israel
Appeal (UIA) urged Ameri-
can Jews "to speak out and
be on the cutting edge of any
important issue" facing
American society.
"Neither we nor Israel
will be served by silence,"
Hoffberger warned in a
speech during the annual
luncheon of the UIA at the
Waldorf Astoria Hotel on
Tuesday. He said American
Jews should fight anti-
Semitism and its ramifica-
tions in this country.

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rael and was in Riyadh,
Saudi Arabia, Sunday,
apparently frying to re-
enlist Saudi support to
consolidate the shaky
cease-fire in Lebanon.
Shamir indicated that he
didn't think the American
envoy would succeed-in his
broader objection of bring-
ing peace to the area, but
said he would be given
every chance, at least by Is-
rael.
He said Habib's trip to
Ammanwas connected with
Jordanian efforts to prevent
terrorists from acting
against Israel from Jordan
territory.
The impasse with Syria
remained unbroken. Habib
was first sent to the region
by President Reagan last
May to prevent an outbreak
of war over the missile de-
ployment in Lebanon.
He returned this month
to try to convince the Sy-
rians to offer some minor
concessions to reduce the
tension, such as replac-
ing Syrian units in the
Arab peacekeeping force
in Lebanon with units
from other Arab coun-
tries.
The Syrians refused and
Israel, for its part, made it
clear that it would not ac-
cept any more Arab troops
in Lebanon, even if they re-
placed the Syrians.
The Syrians are, if any-
thing more adamant over
the missiles since Israel
signed its strategic coopera-
tion agreement with the
U.S. last week.
Official organs in Damas-
cus described the U.S. as
"the number one enemy of
the Arabs." They added that
unless fundamental
changes are made in Ameri-
can policy, Habib could
make "a thousand futile
trips to Damascus." The
missiles, according to the
Syrian sources, are not
negotiable.
Shamir, in his radio in-
terview, denied that Is-
rael had made any "com-
promise" when it agreed
to a joint statement with
the U.S. on European
participation in the Mul-
tinational Force and Ob-
servers (MFO) in Sinai.
He said the agreement
was a very important politi-
cal achievement for Israel.

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir told the Cabinet
that U.S. special envoy
Philip Habib has made no
progress in his efforts to
persuade Syria to remove
its SAM-6 anti-aircraft mis-
siles from Lebanon.
Shamir, who met with
Habib last week, said he in-
formed the American envoy
that Israel would give him
more time to pursue his
-fission, .but that its pati-
'e had limits.
On a radio interview last
weekend, however, the
Foreign Minister set no
deadline beyond which Is-
rael would take action to
remove the missiles itself.
Habib went to Jordan
after his sto • over in Is-

JDC Board Visits Poland

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Jerzy Kuberski, Minister of
Religious Affairs of Poland,
recently told a group of
members of the Board of the
American Jewish Joint Dis-

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