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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-18

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26 Friday, February 18, 1983

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WB Village League Head Wants
Direct Negotiations With Israel

WASHINGTON (JTA) —

of the Council of Village
Benovic
Mustafa Dudein, chairman Leagues on the West Bank,
believes it is time for Pales-
tinians to take their future
in "our own hands" and
begin direct negotiations
with Israel.
WITH ALL OUR LOVE
"We recognize the Israeli
EDITH, SHERRY,
state and we ask in return
Israel recognize our legiti-
SUSIE, STEVE,
mate rights," Dudein said in
MARALYN, AARON
an interview with the
& ELANA
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
in-the office of Rep. James
Scheuer (D-NY).
Scheuer, who met Dudein
for the first time during a
trip to Israel last summer,
said he was impressed by
M.D.
his "moderate" views and
invited him to come to
OPHTHALMOLOGIST
Washington. Dudein met
with. Congressmen and with
Jewish and non-Jewish
community leaders last
week.
Announces the opening of
Dudein had earlier
indicated that he might
his Southfield office
cut short his visit to the
U.S. following a report
that a Palestinian ter-
rorist "hit team" might
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try to assassinate him. He
at Southfield Rd.
hours by appt.
decided to stay on after
U.S. security officials
said that the situation
was "under control." -
The visit to Washington
Joe Slatkin's
was important, according to
Scheuer, because the U.S.
Consulate in East
Jerusalem has refused to
Proudly Announces
meet with -Dudein or any
other members of the Vil-
The Appointment of
lage Leagues while Consu-
late officials deal with "ev-
-
ery pro-PLO supporter" on
Sales Representative
the West Bank. Scheuer
said this is not only "rob-
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bility" but it is "totally
counter-productive, harm-
ful and silly."
The State Department
also refused to see Dudein
while he was in Washington
because, Department de-
puty spokesman Alan Rom-
berg said, it considers the
Village Leagues harmful to
the peace process.
Dudein maintains it is he
and the other Village
League leaders who are the
elected leaders of the West
Bank. He said the mayors
were elected to administer
municipal services and not
to deal in politics. League
members, however, he said
were elected at large meet-
ings to represent the people.
He said he is ready for any
election to decide who re-
presents the people in par-
ticular areas and "is ready
for the results."
But Dudein states that
Village League officials
were also elected to pursue a
political course leading to
direct negotiations with Is-
rael without any precondi-
tions. In that context, he
sees the Jewish settlements
on the West Bank as "part of
the problem, but not all of
it." But because of the set-
tlements, he urges his fel-
low Arabs to "hurry and
start the negotiations. If we
delay a few years all of the
area will be covered with
settlements and it will be
too late."

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TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Romanian Chief Rabbi
Moses Rosen, reversing an
earlier statement, asserted
here that the new Roma-
nian law requiring all emi-
grants to reimburse the
government for the free sec-
ondary and higher educa-
tion they had received,
would in fact be applied to
those Jews seeking to make
aliya.
"Just as I announced then
the positive approach of the
authorities in Bucharest, I
feel obliged to report . . . on
the change that has taken
place in Romania and (its)
effect on) Jews," Rabbi
Rosen told reporters last
week.
The publication of the
new directive last Novem-
ber caused widespread con-
sternation among Jews
around the world. The Re-
agan Administration has
repeatedly warned that the
education tax could affect
"Most Favored Nation"
trade status to Romania on
the grounds that the new
law violates the terms of the
Jackson-Vanik Amend-
ment to the Foreign Trade
Act which links trade with
Communist bloc nations to
their emigration policies.
Following the publication
of the tax, Rabbi Rosen as-
serted that the Romanian
government, for many de-
cades, has made a distinc-
tion between "emigration"
and "aliya." He added that
Jews seeking to emigrate

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NEW YORK — A fourth
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called Villard Books, will
Jacobson Cited
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NEW YORK — The A. Knopf , and Pantheon
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service as chairman of the
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Romanian Chief Rabbi Shows
Concern Over Emigre Law

HIAS Appointee

NEW YORK — Brenda

Schaefer has been named
public relations director at
HIAS — the Hebrew Im-
migrant Aid Society.
She joins HIAS following
three years with the Na-
tional Council of Jewish
Women.

to devote his full time to the
launching and development
of the new imprint, which
will work closely with Bal-
lantine and Fawcett to take

RABBI MOSES ROSEN

would therefore be "treated
in a totally different way."
Rabbi Rosen told report-
ers last week that his ear-
lier statement was made
after he received assurances
from Romanian officials "at
the highest level." He said
the Romanian government
did not collect the tariff
from some 40 Jews who
have left the country since
the tax was announced. But
since then, Rabbi Rosen
added, he has been informed
that the authorities had re-
sumed collecting the tax
from Jews emigrating to Is-
rael.

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