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December 25, 1981 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-25

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44 Friday, December 25, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Arafat Rebuffed by Italy

ROME (JTA) — Palestine
Liberation Organization
chief Yasir Arafat, rebuffed
by the Italian government,
reversed his decision to
attend the International
Convention • on Jerusalem
held in Rome last week.
Arafat was invited by the
Italian-Arab Friendship
Association, but the gov-
ernment made it clear that
no official invitation would
be forthcoming.
That position was taken
despite approaches to Ita-

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ship Association. Egoli's
telegram to President San-
dro Pertini on Arafat's be-
half went unanswered.
According to the Milan
daily II Giornale Nuovo,
Arafat hoped to use his
presence at the Rome
conclave to seek recogni-
which
tion of the no
t wish to
Italy does not
grant at this point. Ap-
parently, to save face the
PLO leader has ad-
vanced his scheduled
visit to Greece by one
month. By being in
Athens last week, he was
thus "unable" to attend
the Jerusalem conven-
tion in Rome.
Greece is the first
member-state of the Euro-
pean Economic Community
and the second NATO na-
tion to officially invite
Arafat. He visited Portugal,
a member of the NATO, two
years ago.

Arens Sees Little Value
in Cancelled Agreement

Home for Aged Re-Elects
Fleischman for Third Term

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Moshe Arens, chairman of
the Knesset Foreign Affairs
and Security Committee,
said Tuesday it made no
basic difference whether the
U.S.-Israel memorandum of
understanding on strategic
cooperation was cancelled
or suspended as in actual
fact its terms were not being
implemented. Arens is
slated to become Israel's
Ambassador to the U.S. in
January.
In an interview on Israel
Radio he said, "It is not an
agreement that is in force,
obviously, and it is doubtful
if it is an agreement which
will be in force in the fu-
ture."
Arens said Israel had
entered into the agreement
on the assumption it would
be to the advantage of both
parties. "It was only when
the Reagan Administra-
tion, as a punative measure,

At the annual meeting of
the Jewish Home for Aged,
Marvin H. Fleischman was
re-elected president for a
third term.
Re-elected with. Fleis-
chman were: Robert A.
Steinberg, vice president;
Daniel M. Clark, treasurer;
Milford Nemer, secretary;
and Charles S. Wolfe, assis-
tant secretary and execu-
tive vice president.
Paul Borman was
elected a vice president.
A member of the execu-
tive committee of the
home, ' Borman also
serves as chairman of the
admissions committee.
Other board members
re-elected for three-year
terms were: Sarah Berlin,
Lester Burton, Nathan
Fink, Meyer Fishman,

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decided to suspend the
agreement that it became
clear to us that it was the
(U.S.) Administration's
perception that this agree-
ment does not serve the
interests of the U.S. but is
rather looked upon as a
bonus to the Israelis which
is now being taken back as
part of these punative
measures," he said.
"That being the case, I
think that both countries
will be better off without
the agreement."
He said that to the best of
his knowledge the agree-
ment had not yet received
ratification at either end
and so without ratification
or the intention to ratify,
the agreement is not in
force. If it does not serve the
interests of both parties "it
is not really worth having
it," Arens said.

MARVIN FLEISCHMAN

Kaye G. Frank, Irving
Goldman, Arthur Howard,
Mark Kahn, Irving Laker,
Lester Morris, Ceil Ruda,
Herbert Sott, Reva Stocker
and Bernard Weisberg.

Canada JWV Urges Study
on War Crimes Prosecution

The JWV alleged that
TORONTO (JTA) — The
Jewish War Veterans of these Nazis succeeded "by
Canada wants the federal lies and deceit in continuing
government "to establish a to take refuge in our coun-
special segment of the Jus- try, thereby gaining im-
tice Ministry in order to in- munity from deportation
stitute a study of law and and trial."
conventions as a basis for a
The JWV pointed out that
public report on war crimes Canadian law sets no time
prosecution possibilities in limit on prosecution for
Canada."
murder and says most
Busy Hanuka
Such a report, the JWV Holocaust crimes led to
said, would constitute the murder.
Plans in Israel
terms of reference either
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The Foreign Ministry
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