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August 24, 1984 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-24

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Arens blasts
Israel press

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Defense
Minister Moshe Arens
launched a sharp attack on
the Israeli press and radio_.
and television for allegedly(
distorting the news.
Addressing the 11th
graduating class of officers
and senior civil servants
from the National Defense
College ? Arens said the
media distortions were
making it more difficult to
wage the war in Lebanon.
He said that the college
graduates certainly knew
that there could be no com-
parison between the U.S.
and the Vietnam war, and
Israel and the war in Leba-
• non.
Vietnam
was
thousands of miles away
'from America's shores and
withdrawal was possible,
but only a borderline sepa-
rated Israel from Lebanon,
the defense minister said.
Arens said he had been
misquoted on a number of
occasions and journalists
had continued writing un-
truths even- -after army
spokesmen had corrected
their statements.
In response, the military
correspondents' section of
the Israel Journalists Asso-
ciation criticized Arens for
utilizing the forum of the
college, usually used for
philosophical discussions at
graduating exercises, to at-
tack the press.
Arens hinted that steps,
similar to those taken by
the U.S. in Grenada and by
Britain in the Falklands
campaign, may be taken to
circumscribe journalists'
freedom to report from
Lebanon and interview
troops there

Brooklyn center
hit by vandals

New York (JTA) — A
rabbi who serves as
spokesman for a Lubavitch
synagogue-community cen-
ter in Brooklyn said cast
Monday that vandals broke
in the night before for the
second time in two weeks
and caused "many
thousands of dollars" in
damage to the.structure and
its equipment.
Rabbi Joseph Rosenfeld
said that the more than 40-
year-old Israel Leventhal
Synagogue had been sold to
the Lubavitch movement in
1982 and re-named the
Educational Institute
Oholei TOrah.
Rosenfeld said police had
/ still not found any clues to
the identity of the vandals.
He said the vandals had
smeared anti-Semitic
graffiti on the structure's
marble sections and on the
walls of the main floor of the
building. Rosenfeld said the
obscenities had been
scrawled on the walls, as
well as a "Heil Hiter" and a
drawing of a soldier giving
the Naz.i salute.• ,

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