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February 18, 1983 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-18

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8 Friday, February 18, 1983

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Sharon Quits Defense Ministr y Beth Hatefutsot Exhibit

(Continued from Page 6)
attended mainly by the staff
of the outgoing minister.
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Sharon left office on a de-
fiant note. He strongly de-
fended his policies during
his 19-month tenure as De-
fense Minister. He said he
had been determined to
head a powerful deterrent
force which he would not
hesitate to use under cer-
tain circumstances. Among
the - circumstances he
enumerated were the de-
ployment of Iraqi troops in
Jordan, an Egyptian viola-
tion of the military clauses
of the peace treaty which, he
said, would trigger Israel's
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the presence of nuclear
weapons in enemy hands.
Sharon told those as-
sembled to bid him
farewell that he was not
sure such a strong policy
of deterrence was still
pOssible, given the pre-
vailing atmosphere in the
country. Although he
said nothing specific, he
was clearly referring to
what he regards as the
influence of doveish ele-
ments in the army and in
the country as a whole.
Observers suggested that
if this interpretation of Sha-
ron's remarks is correct, the
new Defense Minister
Moshe Arens may be in for a
difficult time with Sharon
remaining within the
Cabinet.
Meanwhile, Attorney
General Yitzhak Zamir or-
dered the Inspector General
of Police to take all neces-
sary steps to protect the
three commission members
from violence. Zamir acted
after anonymous telephone
threats to Supreme Court
Justice'A-baron Barak, a
member of the panel.
Zamir warned that any
attempt to threaten mem-
bers of the commision or
harm them was an attempt
to undermine the indepen-
dence of the commission and
the perpetrators would be
dealt with by the law.

Depicts Life of Yemen Jews

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This photo of a Jewish bride and her bridesmaids
is among the photographs in "The Jews of San'a"
exhibit at Beth Hatefutsot, Nahum Goldmann
Museum of the Jewish Diaspora in Tel Aviv.

By DANIEL GALILI

rael before 1948, the largest
aliya - percentage of any
An unusual photo exhibi- Jewish ocmmunity in the
tion called "The Jews of world.
San'a" (the capital of
About 50,000 Yemenite
Yemen) is now showing at Jews came to Isreal after
Beth Hatefutsot, the the establishment of the
Nahum Goldmann Museum state in the "Magic Carpet"
of the Jewish Diaspora in operation. About 2,500 now
Tel Aviv.
remain in Yemen. -
These photos of Yemenite
The exhibition marks the
Jewry were taken between 100th anniversary of the
-1901 and 1938 by two Ger- first great -wave of aliya.
man orientalists, Hermann
Burchardt, son of a Jewish
merchant who had a letter
of protection from the Imam t FOR t
Yiyha, yet was murdered on I YOUR
his third visit to the coun- V
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and Carl Rathjens, who
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