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April 06, 1984 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Friday, April 6, 1984

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Mitterrand: no hostility to Israel in EEC

New York (JTA) —
President Francois Mitter-
rand of France told a dele-
gation of American Jewish
leaders last week that there
is no hostility toward Israel
within the European Eco-
nomic Community (EEC)
and promised that his coun-
try would take Israeli inter-
est into consideration in
assessing the economic im-
pact of the EEC's expansion
by the entry of Spain and
Portugal.
The French president met
with the Jewish leaders
delegation, headed by
Edgar Bronfman, president
of the World Jewish Con-
gress, at the French Consu-
late General in New York.
Information on the con-
tent of the meeting was
given to the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency by a

Francois Mitterrand
spokesman for the WJC.
According to the spokes-
man, the Jewish leaders
discussed with Mitterrand
various issues, among them
Soviet Jewry, anti-
Semitism at the United Na-

Hart quits Arab bank

Washington — President-
ial candidate Gary Hart has
changed banks because
First American Bank in
Washington, where the
Senator was a customer for
many years, was purchased
by an Arab group in 1982.
The Jewish News had in-
quired about Hart's dealing
with First American after
information was provided
by the AFL-CIO in Wash-
ington about $700,000 in
loans provided by the bank
for Hart's campaign. The
AFL-CIO is backing Walter
Mondale for President.
When Hart learned of the

implications of dealing with
First American, he paid
back the loans and changed
banks.

First American was pur-
chased by Arab financiers,
including the former chief of
Saudi Arabia's intelligence
service, the former chief of
the Saudis' national air-
lines, and the son of the Abu
Dhabi prince.
Another person who
helped with the takeover is
reportedly now under arrest
in Abu Dhabi for defrauding
the government of $100 mil-
lion in investments.

tions, the situation in Leba-
non in the aftermath of the
French troop withdrawal,
anti-Semitic extremists in
France and Europe, and the
effort to extradite Nazi war
criminal Walter Rauff from
Chile.
The spokesman said the
meeting between the dozen
Jewish leaders and Mitter-
rand "was candid and reve-
aling."
He said the French
president was "very open"
and went so far as to speak
of the various anti-Israel
elements he must contend
with both internally and ex-
ternally, in shaping
France's foreign policy.

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