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June 11, 1982 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-11

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Annimmiwommoi

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 Friday, June 11, 1982

JWAT

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Protests State Dept. Meeting With. WB Mayors

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The national commander of
the Jewish War Veterans,
Robert Zweiman, has sent a

telegram to Secretary of
State, Alexander Haig pro-
testing and seeking clarifi-
cation of a meeting last

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week between two State
Department officials and
two West Bank Palestinian
mayors who Zweiman said
had "ties" to the Palestinian
Liberation Organization.
The two mayors — Fand
Kawasme of Hebron and
Mohammed Milhem of
Halhul — met with two
Assistant Secretaries of
State: Nicholas Veliotes,
who is in charge of the Near
East and South Asian de-
partment; and Elliot Ab-
rams, who heads the human
rights division, according to
a State Department
spokesman.
Department spokesman
Alan Romberg revealed
that the two mayors called
at the State Department for

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talks on the West Bank
situation, U.S. policy and
the prospect for Palestinian
autonomy.
The talks, Romberg
pointed out, were in-
itiated by the mayors and
"took place in the context
of our willingness to meet
with a broad range of
Palestinians other than
members of the Palestine
Liberation Organiza-
tion."
U.S. policy toward the
PLO, which was reiterated
by Haig just last week, is
that there will be no
dialogue or negotiations
with the terrorist organiza-
tion until it recognizes Is-
rael's right to exist and ac-
cepts United Nations Secu-
rity Council Resolutions
242 and 338.
In a related development,
Sen. Claiborne Pell (D-R.I.),
a member of the Senate
Foreign Relations Commit-
tee, met privately with a
PLO military commander
near Tyre, the Chicago
Tribune reported.
The Tribune reported
that Pell met with Col.
Azimi Sughayr, leader of
the joint PLO Command in
the "Tyre pocket" at the
Rashidiye refugee camp.
Pell earlier denied that he
would meet any PLO repre-
sentatives. He is reportedly
in Lebanon to visit ancient
Roman ruins, the Tribune
said. He is a member of a
committee trying to save
the marble columns near
Tyre that date to 200 BCE.

NCYI Opens
Tape Library

NEW YORK — The Na-
tional Council of Young Is-
rael (NCYI) has opened a
Torah tape library with
more than 1,300 titles of
Jewish interest.
The library, which is
housed at NCYI's New York
office, is also designed to
serve the special needs of
the blind and the handi-
capped. Listening facilities
are available at the library
and card holders may bor-
row tapes in person or
through the mail.
Applications for a library
card may be obtained by
writing the National Coun-
cil of Young Israel, 3 W.
16th St., New York, N.Y.
10011.

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JERUSALEM — Eli
Hurvitz, president of Teva
Pharmaceutical Industries
Ltd., announced that the
company has completed the
development of a new "do-
it-yourself" pregnancy de-
tection kit that repre'sents a
major innovation in the
early detection of preg-
nancy.
The kit, entirely re-
searched and developed in
Israel, provides for preg-
nancy detection in only 10
minutes time through the
use of an easy-to-read color
indicator. Most other kits
now in use take about two
hours for pregnancy deter-
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NEW YORK — The rise
in anti-Semitic vandalism
on Long Island is reported to
be increassing, with addi-
tional incidents reported in
recent weeks.
A 29-year-old millionaire
and a 19-year-old ac-
complice were arrested for
harassing a Jewish
neighbor. The two repor-
tedly painted swastikas and
anti-Semitic slogans on the
man's home and left a doll
on the Jewish neighbor's
doorstep. The doll had a
Star of David on it and a
needle sticking out of its
eye.
Three young men who
boasted of being members of
the Ku Klux Klan were ar-
rested in Mineola and
charged with harassing a
Jewish teenager with anti-
Semitic telephone calls and
death threats.

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