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January 22, 1982 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

TOL
Soviets Charge Mossad Aids 'Zionist Element' in Solidarity 12
the Israeli intelligence
other shipnients are

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Soviet magazine, New
Times, has charged that
"the Zionist elements" in
Solidarity, the Polish trade
union mo‘ement, were "re-
ceiving aid from Mossad,"

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agency.
Accbrding to reports from
Moscow, the news magazine
accused Mossad of "trying
hard to create chaos in Po-
land."
It also alleged that Mos- .
sad was coordinating its ac-
tivities in Poland with the
Central Intelligence
Agency (CIA). According to
New Times, Israel pressed
for strong Western meas,
ures against Poland to di-
vert attention from its an-
nexation of the Golan
Heights and to prevent the
return of normalcy in Po-
land.

The Moscow reports
said the Soviet press has
quoted Polish newspaper
charges that Jews in the
Solidarity leadership
were involved _in a
"Zionist conspiracy" to
overthrow the Polish
government.

In a related development,
despite martial law in Po-
land, ethnic Germans, be-
lieved to include a small
number of Jews, have been
allowed to "leave that coun-
try for West Germany dur-
ing the past four weeks, ac-
cording to West German of-
ficials.

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Meanwhile, Jews from all
over the world have rallied
to the support of the small
6,000-member remnant
Jewish community in Po-
land, according to a report
by Ralph Goldman, execu-
tive vice president of the
American Jewish Joint Dis-
tribution Committee.
According to the JDC re-
port, a truckload of 925
packages of supplies de-
parted from Frankfurt for
Warsaw on Jan. 6. Two

Dutchman Heads
European Body

PARIS (JTA) — The
newly elected president of
the European Parliament,
48-year-old Dutch socialist
Piet Dankert, is described
in Strasbourg as a friend of
Israel, but critical of some
aspects of the Begin policy.
Dankert was elected
Tuesday night by 191 votes
to 175 for West German
Christian Democrat Egon
Klepsch, succeeding
Simone Veil to the
presidency of the 10-
member state legislative
body.
Dankert, a veteran
member of the Socialist In-
ternational, has visited Is;
rael on several occasions
and is on good- personal
terms with Israeli Labor
Party Chairman Shimon
Peres and other socialist Is-
raeli leaders. •
- Though he generally sup-
ports Israel at most inter-
natvnal forums which he
attends, sources in Stras-
bo-urg said -he has con-
demned several Israeli deci-
sions and is known to favor
Palestinian inclusion in
talks with Israel.

scheduled, one of 465 par-
cels for the Jews of
Katowice and another of
410 parcels for the Jews of
Wroclaw.

A delivery of supplies
for the kosher kitchens
JDC supports is also
planned, as are a gift of
the German Jewish
community and other
European Jewish com-
munities through the
European Council of
Jewish Communities and
were organized by JDC.

The JDC recently re-
sumed the provision of di-
rect services to the Jews of
Poland after a 14 year inter-
ruption begun in 1967, fol-
lowing the Six-Day War.

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20 Additional
Settlements
for the Negev

NEW. YORK (JTA) —
The development, of at least -
20 new settlements in the
western Negev is under way
to replace the settlements
Israel is leaving behind in
the Sinai as part of the
Camp David agreements
with Egypt.
According to Menahem
Perlmutter, director of
engineering for the Negev
and Sinai in the Jewish
Agency's Settlement's De-
partment, the' western
Negev is similar. to 'the
northern Sinai area in its
warm cliniate and sandy
earth and, therefore, is fit
for the development of
winter agriculture.
The basic items to be
grown, he said, are to-
matoes, flowers and man-
gos.

Perlmutter, who was
here as -guest of the
Jewish National Fund
(JNF), said that the estab-
lishment of the 20 new
settlements in the west-
ern Negev is a joint proj-
ect of the JNF and the
Jewish Agency, with the
JNF preparing the in-
frastructure for the new
settlements.

Three of the settlements
will be kibutzim and the
rest moshavim, Perlmutter
said.

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