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September 24, 1982 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24 Friday, September 24, 1982

Livny to Speak to Campaign Units

Demographics of the Palestinians

WASHINGTON (ZINS)
— There are '4,300,000
Palestinians according to

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They are located in the fol-
lowing countries (all figures
are estimates): Jordan,
1,000,000; Judea and
Samaria, 700,000; Israel,
500,000; Gaza Strip,
450,000; Lebanon, 400,000;
Kuwait, 320,000; Syria,
250,000; Saudi Arabia,
127,000; Iraq, 120,000;
Egypt, 60,000; United Arab
Emirates, 40,000; Qatar,
20,000; Libya, 15,000;
Oman, 500; other countries,
424,500.
Menashe, king-of Judah,
ruled for 55 years.

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_ Jonathan Livny, former
attorney general for Judea
and Samaria will be guest
speaker at a fund-raising
meeting of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation Women's
Division on Thursday at the
main Jewish Community
Center.
The division's Kadima,
Koach and Hatikvah sec-
tions are joining together in
response to the urgent na-
ture of the 1983 Allied
Jewish Campaign and Is-
rael Emergency Fund.
JONATHAN LIVNY
Campaign contributors of
$100 and more are invited. Pennsylvania. He is a
A native Israeli, Livny former assistant to Israel's
was educated at Hebrew minister of tourism, and
University in Jerusalem was legal adviser in the
and at the University of Knesset.
Livny is a veteran of the
Six-Day and Yom Kippur
wars and served in the
recent war in Lebanon as
a liaison to families with
men killed in action. In
addition to his private
law practice in
Jerusalem, he recently
served as Hebrew Uni-
versity's representative
in Canada.
For information on the
meeting, call Michelle
Passon, division director,
965-3939.

Hostess Helen Zuc-
kerman is shown greet-
ing news commentator
Marvin Kalb at a recent
meeting in her home for
the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign -. Israel Emergency
Fund.

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'A Contribution for AJC-IEF

Egyptian Envoy
Is Summoned

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel kept its reaction de-
liberately low-key to the
announcement that Egyp-
tian Ambassador Saad Mor-
tada has been summoned
home after the Phalangist
massacre of Palestinians in
Beirut.
Mortada delivered the
news personally to Foreign
Minister Yitzhak Shamir
and later met at his own re-
quest for close to an hour
with President Yitzhak Na-
von.
Both Israeli leaders ex-
pressed the hope that he
would be back soon, and he,
according to Israeli sources,
joined in that hope.
Meanwhile, Israeli offi-
cials said that Israel's Am-
bassador to Egypt, Moshe
Sasson, who is in Jerusalem
On home leave for Rosh
Hashana, would return to
his post as scheduled.
There was no intention of
"reciprocating" by keeping
Sasson here "for consulta-
tions," too, the officials said.

BAUME & MERCIER

Former Israeli Ambassador Yosef Tekoah is
shown in the top photograph at a Women's Division
meeting for the Allied Jewish Campaign. With him
are, from left, Ellen Alter, Ellen Bean and Sally
Krugel. In the bottom photograph, preparing for the
Oct. 24 Solidarity Sunday telethon are, standing from
left, Shelby Tauber, Janice Schwartz, Dr. Paul Fein-
berg and Leonard Milstone. Seated are, from left,
Linda Lee, Harriet Dunsky, Hairiet Colman, Sally
Mayer, Michael Feldman and Cheryl Guyer.
* * *

NEW YORK — Israeli
Prime Minister Menahem
Begin will be the featured
speaker at the 50th An-
niversary General Assem-
bly of the Council of Jewish
Federations, Nov. 10-14 in
Los Angeles.
Some 3,000 delegates re-
presenting the 200 member
federations will gather at
the Bonaventure Hotel.
Plenary sessions, forums
and 100 workshops will
begin Nov. 10, with an ad-
dress at the opening plenary
by CJF President Martin E.
Citrin of Detroit, on "Insur-
ing the Commitment of the
Next Generation."

This letter from Seth Jackier, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Jackier, accompanied his recent contribu-
tion to the Allied Jewish Campaign.

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Lebanese Profs at TAU
for M.E. Peace Dialogue

TEL AVIV — Five
Lebanese professors from
Kaslik University in Beirut
visited Tel Aviv University
recently to exchange ideas
with faculty members.
The Lebanese group,
while visiting at the univer-
sity's Center for Strategic
Studies, called for the estab-
lishment of a bilateral
committee to continue to
discuss issues of mutual
concern to Lebanon and Is-
rael for their common bene-
fit.
The Maronite Christian
professors feel that "peace
between Israel and Lebanon
in essence already exists,
but it must be declared. The
timing and opportunity for
making this peace is some-
thing that must be dis-
cussed, they said. "Israeli
backing will enable the
Lebanese government to
handle crisis situations that
arise, and peace between Is-
rael and Lebanon will
strengthen Lebanese unity

and peace within Lebanon."
Prof. Haim Ben-
Shahar, president of Tel
Aviv University, outlined
existing research proj-
ects at the school de-
signed to enhance Middle
East peace and wel-
comed Lebanese partici-
pation.
"Universities can serve as
a bridge," he said, "by act-
ing on the academic dimen-
sion to develop academic re-
lations to mutual benefit to
the two institutions and to
the two countries. This is
the first visit — a begin-
ning, we hope, of a long,
fruitful and favorable asso-
ciation."

If men could learn from
history, what lessons it
might teach us! But passion
and party blind our eyes,
and the light which experi-
ence gives is a lantern on
the stern, which shines only
on the waves behind us.
—Samuel Taylor Coleridge

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