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January 13, 1984 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-13

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18 Friday, January 13, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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THAT You Aize A * GREAT

New Holocaust .Center
Exhibit Near Completion

WUMANIPTARiAN./

Boris Smolar's

`Between You
. . . and Me'

Editor-in-Chief
Emeritus, JTA

(Copyright 1984, JTA, Inc.)

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James Gardner, left, London-based designer of
the Detroit Holocaust Memorial Center, meets with
HMC Director Rabbi Charles H. Rosenzveig to go
over final plans prior to the installation of the audio-
visual exhibits which will be part of the HMC's
museum display.

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JERUSALEM (JTA) — responsibility for a recent
An extremist Jewish group wave of grenade attacks on
that calls itself "terror 'Arab Moslem and Christian
against terror" has claimed religious sites on the West
Bank and in Jerusalem.
Grenades exploded at the
entrances to two mosques in
Hebron, injuring an Arab
worker at one of them. The
attacks were similar to the
earlier ones which the
police are investigating
without having made any
arrests.
A grenade exploded last
week at the home of former
Mayor Rashad A-Shawa,
who was deposed by the Is-
raeli authorities for alleged
pro-Palestine Liberation
Organization sympathies,
attributed the attack to
Arab extremists.

THE UNESCO CASE: The assertive step made by the
U.S. government in formally announcing its withdrawal by
the end of this year from UNESCO — United Nations
Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization — may
open new avenues of thought among many of the member-
states which comprise the United Nations. UNESCO has
during the last years become a conspicuous instrument in
the cold war conducted in the UN against the United States
and against Israel. A year's notice of withdrawal is re-
quired in the UN system.
Leading American Jewish organizations, as well as
non-Jewish groups in the country — including a group of
prestigious scholars professionally concerned with interna-
tional affairs — have long been demanding a readjustment
of the U.S. policy with regard to the UN.
Gone are the years when UNESCO firmly committed
its member-states to support human rights. It is now ad-
vocating a policy of "collective rights" that takes priority
over "individual rights." In simple language — a Soviet-
style policy of denying human rights to individuals. Gone
are also the years when UNESCO published booklets on
Jewish history and sociology showing that Jews lived in
Palestine for many centuries and contradicting Arab and
Soviet propaganda against Israel.
In a foreword to a booklet, "Jewith Thought as a Factor
in Civilization," by Prof. Leon Roth — which UNESCO
ordered and published in 1954 — the agency explains that
in soliciting this work it sought: "firstly, to refute the ac-
cusation of racism often leveled against Jews, by underlin-
ing what, in Judaism is the very negation of racial
exclusivism; and secondly, to record the extent of the debt
humanity owes to Judaism."
No longer does UNESCO make such pronouncements.
The spirit of "Zionism is Racism" is today a dominant
factor in the agency's policy.
Determined to resist the perverse use of the United
Nations by the Soviet-Arab-Third World bloc as an arena
for attack against the United States as well as against
Israel, Congress has already reduced American funds for
two UN agencies. The Senate has also, by a vote of 66 to 23,
recommended withholding a fourth of America's annual
dues to the United Nations. The recommendation needs
only concurrence on the part of the House.
Leading Jewish organizations are at present in-
terested also in the activity on the UN Decade for Women
which has been used as a vehicle for anti-Israel expression.
Legislation is now pending in Congress directing the
President to use "every available means" to ensure that the
decade's final 1985 conference is not dominated by ex-
traneous political issues. It also requires the Secretary of
State to report to Congress on the nature of preparations for
the conference, and their effect on continued U.S. support
and participation in the conference.

CHAIM to Meet at. Center Branch

Over three generations of service, value,
confidence & professionalism

LAWRENCE M ALLAN
President

Children of Holocaust
Survivors Association in
Michigan (CHAIM) will
meet 8 p.m. Jan. 23 in the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Guest speaker will be
Prof. Erhard D'Abringhaus,
retired Wayne State Uni-
versity professor of German
language and literature,
who was involved with U.S.
counterintelligence after
World War II.
In his talk, Prof D'Abrin-
ghaus will discuss the U.S.

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The
Czechoslovakian govern-
ment cabled its "permanent
support" to the "Palestinian
people" in a message to
Yasir Arafat and the PLO in
November on "Palestine
Day," the anniversary of the
partition vote in the United
Nations which created Is-
rael.
The Czech message was
reported by the Interna-
tional Council of Jews from
Czechoslovakia in London.

government's policy of pro-
tecting Nazi war criminals
who supplied information
about the Russians after the
war.
There is a nominal ad-
mission charge. The com-
munity is invited.

Ann Arbor
Council Rejects
PRAI Request

The Ann Arbor City
Council rejected a request
Monday evening to place on
the city ballot this spring an
advisory referendum cal-
ling for the U.S. reduce its
aid to Israel.
Representatives of People
for Reassessment for Aid to
Israel presented 5,000 sig-
natures on petitions re-
questing the referendum.
No councilman, however,
agreed to sponsor the pro-
posal.
Councilman Raphael
Ezekiel presented his own
proposal on the subject of
peace in the Middle East.
The council voted down the
resolution.

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