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April 13, 1984 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-13

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THE DETROIVJEWISH NEWS -

Smears
aimed at
British Jews

London (JTA) — Two at-
tempts to stir up anti-
Jewish feeling by the use of
forgery were revealed by
the Board of Deputies of
British Jews.
The forgeries took the
form of letters purporting to
come from Jewish organiza-
tions and proposing retalia-
tion against enemies of Is-
rael and the Jewish people.
One letter, under the
letter-head of the British
association of Jewish ex-
servicemen, was posted in
Frankfurt. It listed 10
pro-Arab members of parli-
ament and suggested ways
of combatting their activi-
ties.
The other letter, posted in
Austria, purported to come
from the organization for
anti-Arab outrages in the
West Bank. It contained
threats of violence against
enemies of Israel.
Not only are the two
documents forgeries but
they are the work of the
same person. They contain
identical grammatical er-
rors, which point to their
having been ineptly trans-
lated from German.
Dr. Jacob Gewirtz, the
Board of Deputies executive
director, said the letters
seemed designed to weaken
the links between the Labor
Zionist Movement and the
British Labor Party.

Meanwhile, the world's
most notorious anti-Jewish
forgery has once again
raised its head in Britain.
The Iranian Embassy in
London marked the fifth
anniversary of the over-
throw of the Shah by sum-
marizing in an English
magazine the Protocols of
the Elders of Zion.
In a magazine, called
IMAM, the Iranians de-
scribe Zionism as "an
enemy to humanity" and
assert that the Protocols
"are being adhered to word
by word by the Jewish-
influenced Western gov-
ernments."

Greville
Janner,
president of the Board of
Deputies of British Jews,
has sent a copy of the Ira-
nian publication to British
Foreign Secretary Sir Geof-
frey Howe and requested
prompt action to stop the
Iranian Embassy from
propagating race hatred lit-
erature.

Talks planned
at Somerset

The Center for New
Thinking will present a lec-
ture on "Discovering Our
Own Power" at 2:30 p.m.
Sunday at the Somerset
Mall auditorium. Rabbi
Sherwin Wine, director,
will deliver the talk.

At 10 a.m. Thursday,
Rabbi Wine will focus on
Marie Winn, author of
"Children Without Child-
hood" in his talk at the mall.
There is a charge for both
lectures. For details, call
the Center for New Think-
ing, 546-8928.

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