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December 17, 1982 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-17

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THE 'DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Arab-Jewish, Diaspora-Israel Accords
Chief in AJCommittee's M.E. Programs

Priorities for urgent -ac-
tion in the Middle East, to
which the American Jewish
Committee dedicates itself,
are creation of the most ur-
gent cooperative links be-
tween the Diaspora and Is-
rael and assurance of the
friendliest relations be-
tween Jews and Arabs in Is-
rael.
The manner in which
both are being approached
was outlined here Monday
by Dr. M. Bernard Re-
snikoff, director of the
American Jewish Commit-
tee Israel office.
Dr. Resnikoff states that
a lack of understanding be-
tween American and Israeli
communities represents a
challenge requiring correc-
tion. He emphasized that
this condition was not
created by the current
Lebanese situation, that it
has existed in his entire

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period of 16 years of service
in Israel and that it marks
the confusions that need
correcting.
His feeling is that the
Israelis need an appre-
ciation of the devotion
which has led the
Zionist-minded Jewry to
leadership in the creation
of statehood, while
American Jews must
have an awareness of the
many aspirations in ,Is-
rael, the cult)iral-
spiritual, the piongering,
all based on an ideology
that has been insiiired by
philanthropy yet is not
basically a philanthropy
but a life-creating as well
as state-protecting
idealism.
Placing emphasis on re-
search constantly con-
ducted among Arabs, as
well as in the pioneering Is-
raeli settlements, Dr. Re-
snikoff said serious efforts
are being made to assure
the friendship that is
needed to strengthen the
mutual citizenship of the
two communities.
Recognizing the difficul-
ties, the inherited prej-
udices based on religion, Dr.
Resnikoff nevertheless re-
jects fears of a possible Fifth
Column arising from the
Arab ranks in Israel. He
said he was deeply con-
vinced that Israel's Arab
population knows its living
standards are the highest in
the world. Except for not
being permitted to serve in
the Israeli army they have
all other privileges in the
state.
His feeling is, he added,
that increased monetary al-
locations for Arab educa-
tional purposes may be a
necessity, but he recognized
the Israeli economic diffi-
culties which make it very
difficult to attain.
Dr. Resnikoff said
there are four groups in
Israel, the American
Jewish Committee to-
gether with Nes Arnim,
the colony of Dutch
Christians who have be-
come firmly established

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in Israel, Israel Inter-
faith Committee and the
Haifa University Insti-
tute of Arab Affairs, who
keep striving for Arab-
Jewish accords. He ex-
pressed hopes'that these
will be attained in the
course of time.
Dr. Resnikoff said, in an
interview as well as in an
address to the Detroit Chap-
ter of the American Jewish
Committee, that the
Hebrew language quar-
terly, Tfutzot Israel, pub-
lished in Jerusalem by the
Israel AJCommittee office,
adds immeasurably
towards both aims, of a
Diaspora-Israel under-
standing and Arab-Jewish
amity.
He placed much hope for
greater AJCommittee aims
both in the Diaspora and Is-
rael through the recently
formed Institute on Ameri-
can Jewish-Israel Rela-
tions, which is profession-
ally directed by Bertram
Gold and Selma Hirsh, with
Resnikoff as the Israeli par-
ticipant.
Meanwhile, a bro i pro-
gram of activities designed
to develop deeper mutual
understanding between the
Jewish communities of the
United States and Israel
was placed for consideration

Israelis Rescue
Stranded Sailors

TEL AVIV (JTA) — An
Israeli freighter rescued 21
seamen from a foundering
Portuguese tanker in
stormy seas west of Gibral-
tar Sunday.
Capt. Ogen Dadiani, mas-
ter of the containership
Livorno which is operated
by the Zim Lines, reported
the rescue by wireless to the
company's head office in
Haifa.
The Livorno, bound from
New York to Haifa, was the
first ship to answer an SOS
call sent out by the Por-
tuguese motorship Bandim,
a gas tanker.
She picked up 21 seamen
who had abandoned their
vessel. Two others were re-
scued by a Panamanian
ship.

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Friday, December 11, 1982 19

Funeral Car
in Accident

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Five persons were injured
in Royal Oak on Monday
before the national advisory when a car in a funeral
board of the American procession was struck by a
Jewish - Israel Relations In- van.
stitute of the American
The funeral procession
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Those injured included
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The board was addressed
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Teddy Kollek; Chancellor
Gerson Cohen of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America; Sol M. Linowitz,
ambassador and special
representative of the
President for Middle East
peace negotiations; and
Prof. Emmanuel Sivan,
editor-in-chief of the
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Council Clerks
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Clerical employees at the
Jewish Community Council
of Metropolitan Detroit
have petitioned for an elec-
tion to determine if they
should be represented by a
union.
Alvin Kushner, executive
director of the JCCouncil,
said that a hearing will be
held next Wednesday by the
Michigan Employment Se-
curity Commission to de-
termine whether three em-
ployees or four are eligible
for representation. Kushner
said the JCCouncil has the
equivalent of 9 1/2 employees.
Kushner said a decision
by MERC should be handed
down four weeks after the
hearing and then the elec-
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