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September 30, 1983 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-30

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6 Friday, September 30, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

UN Treated to Additional Anti-Israel Action

'Art for Art's Sake

(Continued from Page 1)
Assembly on behalf of the
EEC, stated, "A lasting
peace (in the Middle East)
can only be built on the
right of all states in the
region, including Israel,
to a secure existence and

NEW YORK (JTA) —
American visitors to Israel
who are devotees of the
American theater may very
well feel that they never left
home.
While Israel may not yet
be competition for Broad-
way or London's Shaftes,
bury Avenue, an impressive
selection of American and
international entertainers
regularly ausnent Israel's
permanent theatrical scene.
A report released here by
the North American Israel
government tourist office in
conjunction with the Israel
Ministry of Tourism, noted
that American actor James
Earl Jones is currently re-
peating his Broadway role
in Athol Fugard's Tony
Award nominated play
"Master Harold and the
Boys," with performances in
Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa,
Carmiel and Arad.

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on justice for all peoples,
including the right of the
Palestinian people to
self-determination with
all that this implies."

He said peace talks must
be based on Security Coun-
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and "use of force must be re-
nounced by all."
Haralambopoulos
criticized Israel for its "pol-
icy of gradual annexation"
of the West Bank.
Addressing the General
Assembly, President
Samuel Doe of Liberia
explained why his country
resumed diplomatic rela-
tions with Israel. He said
that the ties were resumed
because occupied Egyptian
territory had been returned
to Egyptian sovereignty.
Therefore, he said, Liberia
felt that the continued iso-
lation of Israel "was no
longer useful" in the search
for peace in the Middle East.
Doe added that during his
visit to Israel last month he
conveyed to the Israelis the
need for "a decisive move"
toward mutual recognition
on the part of Israel and the

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spondents said minorities
should be given special
privileges; 59.8 percent said
concentration should be on
training and educating
minority groups so they will
be more qualified for jobs
while 34.4 percent favored
enhancing job opportunities
for all Americans without
special privileges for
minorities.
Of the non-whites re-
sponding to this question,
65 percent also favored con-
centrating on training and
education as the best way to
qualify minority individu-
als for vocations and
careers.
The survey, conducted for
the ADL by Research and
Forecasts, Inc., was based
on random telephone inter-
views made Aug. 20-25 with
1,023 people — including
176 non-whites — from all
sections of the country.

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PLO. Doe also said that rec-
ognition had to be given to
the Palestinian people, in-
cluding the right to a state
of their own.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Aharon Abu Hatzeira,
leader of the Tami party,
will serve his three-month
prison sentence as a day
worker for the police. He
will spend his nights at
home.
The former Cabinet
minister ws convicted of
embezzling funds from a
charitable organization
during the 1970s. He was
originally given a sus-
pended sentence but the
Supreme Court ruled on ap-
peal earlier this year that
he must serve a prison term.
Abu Hatzeira said he was
willing to go to jail but re-
cently had second thoughts,
according to newspaper re-
ports. Under the law,
short-term. prisoners may
work off their time outside
prison, at the discretion of
the senior police officer.

The Broadway cast of
the hit play "Agnes of
God" also appeared this
summer in Israel.

This fall the Neil
Simon/Marvin Hamlisch
musical hit "They're Play-
ing Our Song" comes to Is-
rael with the cast which un-
dertook the show's recent
successful American tour.
Apart from visiting
drama, there is constant
theater in Israel. The coun-
try has four major repertory
theaters — Habima, Cam-
eri, Haifa and Beersheva
Theaters — plus countless
small companies. The
Habima (Hebrew for "the
stage") company was
founded in Moscow in 1912,
performing plays in Hebrew
for the first time in 2,000
years, and now is based, as
is the Cameri company, in
Tel Aviv.
Israeli talent is also ex-
ported. In New York, Israeli
ballerina Galina Panova is
currently starring in the

Broadway hit musical, "On
Your Toes." "Soul of a Jew,"
a play by Israeli dramatist
Yehoshua Sobil, is cur-
rently a major attraction at =-
Britain's prestigious Edin-
burgh International Festi-
val.

Elsewhere in Britain,
Chaim Topol, the Israeli
star of the movie musical
"Fiddler On the Roof," is
recreating the role of -
Tevye the milkman in a
London stage revival of
the hit show.

Dance companies such as
Bat Dor and Batsheva ap-
pear regularly in Israel and
around the world.
Other major entertain-
ment events this season
have included two concerts
in Jerusalem's Birket Sul-
tan open-air theater — one
with Judy Collins, and the
second with Simon and Gar-
funkel.

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Slow to Change

LONDON (JTA) —
Openly anti-Jewish mate-
rial continues to appear in
the publications of opposi-
tion elements in Egypt de-
spite that country's formal
peace treaty with Israel,
says a report issued here by
the Institue of Jewish Af-
fairs.
The report, by Dr.
Raphael. Israeli, director of
the Hebrew University's
pre-academic studies and
an expert on Islam and
Chinese history, concludes
that no substantial changes
occurred in the popular
Egyptian conception of
Jews, Israelis and Zionism
during the years im-
mediately after President
Anwar Sadat's peace mis-
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