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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

I U.S. Is Pushing Autonomy Negotiations

Friday, May 21, 1982 1

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sessions in Jerusalem. Is-
rael has said the talks can
be held in as many cities
as the parties want as
long as Jerusalem is one
of them.
U.S. officials have indi-
cated they believe the issue
will be cleared up when-
President Reagan meets
with Premier Menahem
Begin in either New York or
Washington next month.
Begin has urged the
western European nations
not to support- `Palestinian
self-determination on
grounds that it posed a
threat not only to Israel but
to Western interests in the
Middle East.
He argued that point at a
meeting Friday with Italy's
Foreign Minister Emilio
Colombo. Begin said the
Europeans failed to under-
stand that support for
Palestinian self-
determination would mean
the creation of a Palestinian
state.

Unfair Labor
Charge Issued
to Jewish School

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The attorney for the Bran-
deis Teachers Association
(BTA), which has been on
strike since last Sept. 15
against a Long Island Con-
servative Jewish day
school, said that the Na-
tional Labor Relations
Board, an issuing an unfair
labor practice complaint
against the Brandeis
School, had rejected the
school board's contention
that, as a religious institu-
tion, the 417-student, day
elementary-high school is
exempt from NLRB juris-
diction.
Joseph Rosenthal said
that, in issuing notice of a
formal hearing on the -labor
dispute, scheduled 'for Oct.
4, the NLRB indicated that
it did have jurisdiction.
In the hearing notice, the
NLRB noted that the school
was involved in the course
of its operations, in in-
terstate commerce, and was
"an employer engaged in
commerce within the mean-
ing" of the National Labor
Relations Act. The school is
in Lawrence, N.Y.
Under terms of the com-
plaint, both the union and
the school board were in-
vited to seek a voluntary
settlement of the dispute.
Rosenthal said that the
board had remained adam-
ant in its refusal to resume
negotiations with the BTA.

No Injuries
in Bomb Attacks

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
bomb exploded at a bus stop
on the Hebron road in the
southern reaches of
Jerusalem and another
exploded near a military
base in the Jericho area.
There were no casualties or
damage in either incident.
No injuries were reported
from two gasoline bombs
thrown at military vehicles
in Eizariya village outside
of Jerusalem.

According to Begin,
such a development
would allow Soviet
penetration of the area.
He repeated Israel's un-
qualified rejection of the
European Economic
Community's 1980 Ven-
ice declaration which
called for the "associa-
tion" of the Palestine
Liberation Organization
in the Middle East peace
process and self-
determination for the
Palestinian people.
Begin claimed that
"Europe, more than any-
body else, because it was the
scene of so much shedding of
Jewish blood, should refrain
from supporting any pro-
posals which posed a threat
to the existence of Israel."
Colombo replied that
Europe had no intention of
imposing a political settle-
ment on Israel. He said the
European countries re-
spected Israel's autonomy
plan for the West Bank and
Gaza Strip, but the diffi-
culty is that the Palesti-
nians reject it. He suggested
that Israel should negotiate
with the Palestinians "and
the organizations repre-
senting them." He did not
mention the PLO by name.
Begin told his visitor that
there were presently 40,000
Syrian soldiers, 500 tanks

and hundreds of guns and
missiles in Lebanon which,
together with PLO forces,
not only endangered Israel
but threatened the exist-
ence of the Christians in
Lebanon. He said Israel has
supplied the Lebanese
Christians with $100 milion
worth of arms and ammuni-
tion to resist the threat.

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Edinburgh, it wouldn't be unusual to hear "Shalom aleichem"
uttered in the same breath as "Hoot, mon!" Because Hebrew was a
language taught here as early as the 1600's. As a matter of fact, the
first Jews who came to Scotland had been specially invited
to Edinburgh just to teach Hebrew Can you imagine stu-
dents in the land of King Charles celebrating graduation in
the language of King David?
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