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October 14, 1983 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-14

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Friday, October 14, 1983 21

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israeli Envoy to U.S. Accuses Egypt of Peace Treaty Violations

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Ambassador Meir Rosenne
of Israel has accused Egypt
of violating its peace treaty
with Israel.
"Israel is worried and
concerned over Egypt's re-
fusal to send back its Am-
bassador to Israel," the
envoy told the American
Mizrachi Women's (AMW)
national convention Sun-
day at the Sheraton Center.
Egypt recalled its Am-
bassador, Saad Mortada,
after the massacre by Chris-
tian Phalangists of refugees
in the Sabra and Shatila
camps in Lebanon. The
Egyptians said at the time
that their Ambassador
would return to Israel after
Israel and Lebanon reached
an agreement, but has de-
clined to do so to date.
Noting that Egypt has de-
clared that it refuses to re-
turn its envoy to Israel be-
cause of Israel's settlement
policy in the West Bank,
Rosenne said: If they will
not send back their ambas-
sador we will have to think
twice from now on before we
sign any peace agreement
with any other Arab coun-
try."
Rosenne said that Is-
rael made tremendous
concessions for its peace

Israel Prize
Winner Named

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The 1983 Israel Prize for
dramatic art has been
awarded to Shmuel
Rudensky, a Russian-born
actor who has portrayed a
wide range of characters on
stage since the earliest days
of theater in Israel, the
Ministry of Education and
Culture announced.
Rudensky, 80, will re-
ceive the award on Israel
Independence Day next
spring, as a tribute to his
life's work.
He was born in Smargon,
a town near Vilna,
Lithuania, which was then
part of Russia. He immig-
rated to Palestine in 1924
and after working as an ag-
ricultural and construction
laborer, he joined local the-
ater groups, commencing a
long theatrical career.
He is best known for his
roles as Tevya the milkman,
which he played for many
years in Hamburg in the
German version of "Fiddler
on the Roof."

Report Clears
Rosenberg Judge

NEW YORK — The ac-
tions of Federal Judge
Irving R. Kaufman during
the espionage conspiracy
trial of Julius and Ethel
Rosenberg have been de-
fended in a report by an
Ariierican Bar Association
subcommittee, the New
York Times reported.
Criticism of Judge Kauf-
man, who presided over the
infamous 1951 trial, was
"unwarranted and without
merit," according to the re-
port. The report, which was
completed in 1977, has
never been officially re-
leased.

treaty with Egypt, giving
up the whole Sinai, the oil
wells and the massive in-
frastructure of roads and
airfields built by Israel.
"After all these conces-
sions," he said, "we sud-
denly find that Egypt is
violating the agreement."
Turning to the issue of
Lebanon, Rosenne warned
that Lebanon's right to exist
independently is presently
at stake. He said that over
60 percent of Lebanon is oc-

cupied by Syria, but Syria
refuses to withdraw from
Lebanon as it was asked to
do by the Lebanese govern-
ment.
Rosenne charged that the
international community
turns its back on Syria's
continued occupation of
Lebanon, and noted that the
UN Security Council did not
demand Syrian withdrawal
from Lebanon nor has the
European Economic Com-
munity imposed sanctions

.

on Syria, as they did on Is-
rael after the Lebanon inva-
sion.
Sen. Alfonse D'Amato
(H-NY) received the AMW
1983 American Israel
Friendship Award. It was
presented to him by Roselle
Silberstein, the organiza-
tion's national president.
In his remarks to the
more than 250 guests at-
tending the meeting,
D'Amato warned of the
massive arms buildup in

way there."
He said the U.S. foreign
policy must not be based on
"political expedience" but
on "justice." He said a
strong Israel is in America's
interest in the Mideast.

Syria. He said that in ad-
dition to the Soviet-made
SAM-5 missiles in the
hands of the Syrians the
very sophisticated SS-21
Soviet missiles are "in
Syrian hands or on their

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