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October 12, 1984 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-12

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Friday, October 12, 1984

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New York — Five major Or-
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sued a joint statement last week
expressing "deep dismay and con-
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Broadcasting Service presenta-
tion Heritage: Civilization and the
Jews which is being shown
throughout the country as a series
of nine weekly programs begin-
ning this month.
The presidents of the organiza-
tions declared that the production
commits "intolerable offense
against authentic Jewish belief,"
and called upon the public to be
alert to what the declaration
termed a "fundamental error in
orientation" in the focus of the
presentation.
Agudath Israel of America, Na-
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Rabbinical Council of America,
Religious Zionists of America and
the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America issued
the statement.

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be about to liberalize its policies
on the West Bank and Gaza. Pre-
mier Shimon Peres was in Wash-
ington this week to inform the
Reagan Administration of meas-
ures to improve the quality of life
for Arab residents of those ter-
ritories.
At a meeting with Arab Labor
MK Abd El-Wahab Darousha at
the Defense Ministry before
Peres' visit, Defense Minister Yit-
zhak Rabin spoke of easing finan-
cial restrictions, limiting censor-
ship and the possibility of local
Arab residents replacing the
government-appointed Jewish
mayors of West Bank and Gaza
Strip towns.
The timing of these remarks
was not accidental. The Reagan
Administration, notably Secre-
tary of State George Shultz, has
been quietly pressuring Israel for
some time to improve the "quality
of life" for Arabs in the occupied
territories. The term "quality of
life" was used to avoid the impres-
sion that the U.S. is pressing Is-
rael for political changes in the
territories.
So far, only one restriction has
been eased. Arab residents of the
territories returning home from
abroad may bring with them a
maximum of $5,000. Hitherto the
maximum was $3,000.
But a much more significant
step is under construction — the
opening of the first Arab bank in
the territories in 17 years.
All Arab banks ceased to func-
tion after . Israel seized the ter-
ritories in the 1967 Six-Day War.
The sole exception was the Falas-
tin Bank in Gaza which was not
permitted to trade in foreign cur-
rency. The absence of local banks
has been a key factor of slow eco-
nomic development in the ter-
ritories.
Now, a group of Arab investors
headed by young Nablus busi-
nessman Zafer Al Masri want to
establish a bank. The government
has decided in principle to grant
permission.

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