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September 07, 1984 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 7, 1984

MAGICIAN

has "fulfilled all our obligations'
-;nder the Egyptian-Israeli peace
)
6r eaty, Egypt has been violating
li tLe treaty, specifically because it
as failed to return its ambas-
ador to Israel for the last two
years.
c "Meanwhile, in a convention
'session on anti-Semitism, dele-
Ates were told by the ADL's asso-
ciate national director, Abraham
Forman, that they should take
the initiative in combatting such
hatred when it appears in their
p-ea.
"There is no greater impact in
Fighting this poison than on the
.Jcal level," Foxman said, adding
Isat if people wait for action from
a national or international
Jewish organization it may be too
ate.
The growing rift between
kmerican blacks and Jews was
--Idressed by Morris B. Abram,
.ionorary president of the Ameri-
1 ;:cm Jewaish Committee and an
ttorney at a Washington law
irm. Abram urged black and
rewish leaders to denounce those
:io espouse racism or anti-
pemitism and called for the as-
,gnment of "numerical slices of
)pportunity" to blacks.
The
traditional
Jewish
`abhorrence" of quotas should be
h in the light of united
"Jewish
Newis support of affirmative ac-
tion programs, Abram said.
Both President Reagan and his
democratic challenger, former
Vice President Walter Mondale,
'ere scheduled to address the
3'nai B'rith delegates before the
'end of the five-day conventionon
Thursday.

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!outh aliyah

1 San Francisco (JTA) — Hadas-
ah, described as the single
i liggest contributor to Israel's
li routh aliyah program, raised
"1,172,000 this year toward sup-
ort of its 313 residential and all-
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i'ie. Hadassah annual convention
iere, attended by 2,500 delegates
,nd guests.
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onclusion of its 50th anniversary
Iear, the Hadassah board voted
n additional $250,000 for a new
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Tel Aviv (JTA) — The Israel
efense Force released several
,o7en Arabs from the Ansar
tison Camp in south Lebanon
'uesday, the day of the Moslem
of Id el-Adha.
i .ast
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onfined to the camp which once
teld 5,000. All had been detained
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