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December 16, 1983 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-16

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24 Friday , December 16, 1983

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Orthodox Urged
to Aid Illiterate

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PORT CHESTER, N.Y.
(JTA) — Leading Orthodox
scholars urged Orthodox
Jews, at the 51st annual
convention of Agudath Is-
rael of America here, "to
reach out to the illiterate
American Jewish masses
using every available
means."
The 3,000 delegates and
guests from nine countries
and 25 states also heard an
appeal that technological
advances be used not for
mass destruction "but for
the elevation of man
through the study of To-
rah."

Italy, Israel Sign Trade Pact

ROME (JTA) — Italy and
Israel have signed a broad
agreement defining their
future economic, agricul-
tural, scientific, technologi-
cal and cultural relation-
ships and ways to deal with
problems arising from Is-
rael's agricultural exports
from the impending admis-
sion of Spain and Portugal
into the European Eco-
nomic Community.
The far-reaching accord
was finalized during the
two-day meeting last week
of a joint commission of the
two nations headed by Is-
rael's deputy Foreign
Minister? Yehuda Ben-



Meir and Bruno Corti, the
Italian Undersecretary of
Foreign Affairs.
The commission, estab-
lished by a 1954 agree-
ment, had not met for the
past 20 years. From now
on, however, it will con-
vene annually. The next
meeting is scheduled to
be held in Jerusalem in
1984.
The agreement contains
provisions aimed against
Arab "blacklists" which are
an element of the Arab
League boycott of Israel. It
emphasizes the importance
of "free, non-discriminatory
trade between countries"
and pledges both nations "to
deepen their efforts to
eliminate any cause or obs-
tacle which might interfere
with or harm economic rela-
tions" between them.

Mexican Deputy
Denounces Jews

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MEXICO CITY (JTA) —
The Jewish community is
deeply disturbed by a
speech in the Mexican
Chamber of deputies de-
nouncing Jews for alleged
economic crimes and urging
that "We must put a stop to
these scoundrels."
The speaker was Miguel
Angel Olea Enriquez, the
representative from
Chihuahua of the Partido
Revolucionario Institu-
tional (PRI), the ruling
party in the Mexican gov-
ernment.
Official sources promptly
assured the Jewish commu-
nity that Enriquez spoke for
himself and that his anti-
Semitic remarks in no way
reflect the position of the
party or the government.
A telex sent by Rabbis
Marvin Hier and Abraham
Cooper of the Simon Wie-
senthal Center at Yeshiva
University of Los Angeles to
the Mexican ambassador in
Washington strongly de-
nounced "the outrageous
anti-Semitic remarks" of
Enriquez.

Hussein Offers
Conditions for
Talks with Israel

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
King Hussein of Jordan
reiterated Sunday that his
conditions for negotiations
with Israel continue to be
"Palestinian participation
and support," approval of
other Arab states and the
prospect that the talks "will
get somewhere."
Hussein, who was asked
on ABC-TV's "This Week
with David Brinkley" about
the Israeli Cabinet declara-
tion today that it is time for
him to join the peace talks,
made clear he also needs the
approval of the Palestine
Liberation Organization led
by Yasir Arafat.
"We will continue to do
business with the PLO
which represents the people
of Palestine, their hopes and
aspirations," he said. Asked
which PLO, he replied, "The
PLO that is recognized over
the years." He ruled out the
Syrian-backed group that
has been fighting Arafat's
loyalists in Tripoli."

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