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August 12, 1983 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

New Israeli Ambassador to Great Britain
■ . Expects 'Fair Hearing' in Land of His Birth



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LONDON (JTA) — together with the letter
Yehuda Avner, the new Is- formally recalling Shlomo
raeli Ambassador to Brit- Argov, disabled by a ter-
ain, presented his letters of rorist attack in London last
accreditation to the Queen, year. Avner, 53, is the first
British-born Israeli to serve
as ambassador in his native
country.
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"London is now ready
to enter a dialogue with
the government of Is-
rael," he declared. In par-
ticular, he said he would
give "high priority" to
persuading Britain to
drop its ban on arms
sales to Israel imposed by
the European Economic
Community (EEC) after
the invasion of Lebanon
last summer.

Avner's initial contacts
with the British govern-
ment, he disclosed, included
a talk with Prime Minister
Margaret Thatcher on the
day after his arrival last
week. It took place in the
royal tent at a garden party
in Buckingham Palace.
An observant Jew, Avner
confirmed that after con-
sulting with his wife and
children he had initially de-
clined the London ambas-
sadorship when his name
was first mentioned in con-
nection with it eight months
ago.-"Everything I cherish
is in Jerusalem," he said.
But when the offer was con-
firmed, he accepted it "out of
a sense of mission."
Avner was born in Man-
chester 53 years ago, the
youngest of seven children.
He told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency that he first
became caught up in
Zionism when he attended a
camp of the Bnei Akiva
religious youth movement
in 1942, which proved to
be "a turning point in my
life."
Five years later, in the
final year of the British
Mandate, he went to
Jerusalem and served with
the Hagana when the city
was besieged by the Arab
Legion.

He was introduced to
his wife, Mimi, by her late
sister, Esther Cailingold,
another immigrant from
Britain who died heroi-

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lege of Journalism. His
later visits occurred more
recently when he accom-
panied both Premier Yit-
zhak Rabin and Premier
Menahem Begin, to whose
staff he was attached as a
speech writer and adviser.
Speaking humbly of the
ceremony at the palace,
Avner said that during it he
was less aware of his per-
sonal position, as a former
British citizen, than the fact
that he was the ambassador
of the state of Israel and the
4,000-year-old city of
Jerusalem.

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the Arab world and "curious
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