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November 11, 1983 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Despite Peace Pact Biased
Periodicals Appear in Egypt

LONDON — Despite the
Israeli-Egyptian peace
treaty, virulently anti-
Semitic allegations per-
sisted at least until 1981 in
publications of the Egyp-
tian opposition — both of

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the socialist left and of the
Muslim right.
This conclusion is made
in an Institute of Jewish Af-
fairs research report by Dr.
Raphael Israeli, senior lec-
turer in Islamic civilization
and Chinese history at the
Hebrew University of
Jerusalem.
Of particular concern is
the number of publications
which appeared during the
period based on the Pro-
tocols of Zion and blood libel
themes.
In Dr. Israeli's view, the
existence of these anti-
Semitic publications places
"a long, dark tunnel at the
end of the light which the
peace treaty has kindled."

Sarah Caldwell to Direct New Israel Opera Company

NEW YORK — The
newly organized Israel
Opera Company under the
direction of noted opera di-
rector and conductor Sarah
Caldwell will launch its in-
augural season next March
with four touring prod-
uctions of one-act operas.
Efr aim Margolin,
president of the American-
Israel Opera Foundation,
announced that the four
operas are Mozart's "The
Impresario" (with a revised
Hebrew libretto based on
ideas suggested by Ms.
Caldwell); Vaughan
Williams' "Riders to the
Sea"; Martinu's "Comedy on
the Bridge," written for the
Czech Radio in 1935; and
Menotti's "The Old Maid

and the Thief," another
radio opera written in 1939.
Ms. Caldwell was in Is-
rael this past summer to
conduct a six-week work-
shop for singers, conductors
and directors. Ms. Caldwell
has been assisted in Israel
by several leading Ameri-
can vocal coaches, including
Joan Dorneman of the Met-
ropolitan Opera.
In cooperation with
Margolin, Ms. Caldwell
has initiated a schol-
arship program for Is-
raeli singers, directors
and conductors to do in-
ternships under her di-
rection at the Opera
Company of Boston.
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An Irish Catholic gent-
leman, among many other
callers, telephoned me last
week to express outrage and
disbelief over reports that
the United States govern-
ment turned down Isarel's
offer of medical care for U.S.
Marines following the Oct.
23 terrorist bombing in
Lebanon.
"I can't believe what I've
just heard," the infuriated
Irishman said. "Here our
Marines are dying. Israel of-
fers her hospitals and doc-
tors to save the lives of our
boys, and Haifa is 20 min-
utes away. And our Defense
Department decides to send
-them to Germany, about
five hours away, because
they don't want to upset the
Arabs. And several of our
boys died on their way to
Germany.
"Our government is kil-
ling our own boys in ap-
peasement of the Arabs."
This judgment to avoid
Israel at all costs becomes
all the more perverse as we
have learned how the Is-
raelis prepared to help. On
the first day of the explo-
sion, without any prompt-
ing, Israeli doctors emptied
out hospitals in Haifa and
elsewhere; brought in doc-
tors and nurses especially
skilled in such emergency
and burn treatment, and
stood totally ready to help
save American lives.
Somebody in Washington
had better give the Ameri-
can people an explanation of

this perversity or face the
wrath of an outraged
American community.

Opera Foundation and
Mayor Shlomo Lahat of Tel
Aviv, the new Israel Opera
Company plans to make
first class opera available to
many cities and settlements
in Israel.

Funds for the new Israel
Opera Company come from
the Municipality of Tel
Aviv, Israel's Ministry of
Education and the Ameri-
can Israel Opera Founda-
tion.

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