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December 25, 1981 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-25

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12 Friday, December 25, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Distribution of 'Protocols' Continues

Israel Might Check Inflation

LONDON — Britain is
among the 21 countries in
which the notorious anti-
Semitic forgery, The Pro-

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel might -4 with luck —
be able to keep its inflation
rate for calendar year 1981
down to two digits, eco-
nomic experts said after
publication of official infla-
tion figures for November.
The November figure was
5.8 percent, bringing the
12-month total for Novem-
ber - to - November to 103.6
percent. But the December -
to - December figure may be
below 100 percent if the.
government succeeds in
maintaining the present
slight downward trend,
these experts said.
Based on the November
figure, government officials
issued tables for cost of liv-
ing increments to be paid to
all wage and salary earners
on their January salaries to
cover the October. - to - De-
cember quarter. The COL
increase is 17.8 percent. Tax
brackets and child
allowances are also ad-
justed according to the COL
index.

tocols of the Elders of Zion,.
is still being distributed.
This is revealed in . a re-
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tocols" which has been pub-
lished by the London-based
Institute of Jewish Affairs.
The report shows how the
Protocols continue "to be
peddled as if they were his-
torical truth."
The report reveals that in
Britain the Protocols fig-
ured in the November 1980
booklist of the New Na-
tional Front, where they
were commended as "a
world-famous report of a
Jewish meeting at which a
blueprint was laid to control
the world."
The League of St.
George and the British
Movement recommend
the work as "more relev-
ant than ever before."

LAWRENCE M. ALL N
President
GEMOLOGIST DIAMONTOLOGIST

The forgery is also still
circulating in West Ger-
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Belgium, France, Switzer-
land and Spain.
In America, it is distrib-
uted mainly by the National
States Rights Party, while
in Latin America it appears
from time to time and belief
in its contents is "remark-
ably widespread."
The Protocols have long
been popular in the Arab
world as a weapon in the
propaganda war against Is-
rael. In the Soviet Union,
the position is more com-
plex, as anti-Semitism is of-
ficially not permitted. How-
ever, "that does not mean
that the theme of the Pro-
tocols does not appear in the
USSR," the report says.
In the new form of
Soviet anti-Semitism,
conveniently called
anti-Zionism, the same
message resurfaces in
various forms of parap-
hrase. For example, the
"Zionist ideal" of "ruling
the whole earth from
Jerusalem" is said to
"coincide with the fascist
aspiration for world
domination."
The IJA report concludes
that the continued popular-
ity of the Protocols indicates
that "psychological anti-
Semitism remains a major
problem.

Arab, Jewish
Students Clash

.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Hundreds of Jewish and
Arab students clashed Sun-
day at the Mt. Scopus cam-
pus of the Hebrew Univer-
sity.
Five stilents, three
Arabs and two Jews, were
hospitalized for treatment.
Police held one Arab stu-
dent suspected of attacking
a Jewish student with a
knife.
The tension between
Jews and Arabs on the cam-
pus — always high — esca-
lated last week after Israel
annexed the Golan Heights.
The clash Sunday was
triggered by an argument
over the loud playing of
music in the student dor-
mitories. Leaders of the
National Student Union ac-
cused three Arab students
of starting the fight and
demanded that they be sus-
pended.
The student leaders
warned they would launch a
general strike in the coun-
try's universities if this was
not done.
But, Arab and Jewish lef-
tist students demonstrated
on the campus demanding
that Yisrael Katz, head of
the Hebrew University
Student Association, be
charged with participating
in the violence and sus-
pended until the matter is
investigated.

Zionist Leader
to Address
LZA Convention

NEW YORK — Yehiel
Leket, secretary general of
the World Labor Zionist
Movement, will address the
national convention of the
Labor Zionist Alliance
when it meets Jan. 8-10 at
the Waldorf-Astoria hotel.

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More indicative and
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the unemployment figure:
November showed a 14 per-
cent rise in the number of
unemployed over the prev-
ious month. Some 40,000
people sought work at labor
exchanges during that
month, the highest for the
whole of 1981.

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