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May 13, 1983 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12 Friday, May 13, 1983

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will convene in Jerusalem
Oct. 2-6, will be the largest
assembly ever of its kind
with some 25,000 partici-
pants expected from all over
the world.
Deputy Minister Dov
Shilansky, who is head of
the Assembly's organizing
committee, said some 1.4
million Jewish soldiers
served in the Allied armies,
half a million of them in the
U.S. armed forces alone.
In addition, Shilansky
said, the Assembly's or-
ganizing committee decided
to invite all the officers who
took part in the liberation of
the Nazi concentration
camps to attend the-Assem-
bly in Jerusalem. "We are
inviting these officers, Jews
and non-Jews alike, to come
to Jerusalem with their
children and
grandchildren," Shilansky
said. He said that special
invitations will be extended
to David Eisenhower,
grandson of the late Ameri-
can President, and to the
son of the late French Gen-
eral and President Charles
de Gaulle.
Shilansky said that at
least one-third of the par-
ticipants — about 7,000 —
will come from abroad
while the rest of the par-
ticipants will be sur-
vivors of the Holocaust,
resistance fighters and
soldiers in the Allied ar-
mies who are now citi-
zens of Israel.
One of the largest contin-
gents will be from South Af-
rica, with about 1,000 men
and women, Shilansky said.

Begin's Son
Backs Settlements

NEW YORK (JTA) — Dr.
Zeev Benyamin Begin, the
40-year-old son of Israel's
Prime Minister Menahem
Begin, says that the major
achievement so far of the
Likud government is its set-
tlement policy in Judaea,
Samaria and the Gaza
Strip.
"We are now beyond the
point of return" as far as Is-
raeli settlements are con-
cerned, Begin said. "But we
have to do even more and
establish more settlements
in order to avoid the estab-
lishment of an Arafat state
in these areas."
Begin made his re-
marks during a fund-
raising reception to help
raise at least $50,000 to
enable an eight-member
team of Israeli handi-
capped youngsters to
participate in the 1983 In-
ternational Summer Spe-
cial Olympic Games, July
12-18, in Baton Rouge, La.
The reception was spon-
sored by AKIM, USA, the
American branch of the
Association for the Re-
habilitation of the Mentally
Handicapped in Israel.

Bad times have a scien-
tific value. These are occa-
sions a good learner would
not miss.
—Emerson

A group of 83 Congressmen
have appealed to Postmas-
ter General William Bolger
to urge "that our U.S. dele-
gation bring up the problem
of the non-delivery of
United States mail to Soviet
Jews and others with the
Soviet postal authorities" at
the forthcoming Universal
Postal Union meeting in
Bern, Switzerland.

tion for Soviet Jews. The
two parliamentary wives
groups agreed to meet next
year in Washington with
other parliamentary spouse
groups from around the
world.

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