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December 21, 1984 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-12-21

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form for an unprecedented attack
on Jews and Judaism by the Saudi
Arabian delegate who said at one
point that Hitler must have had
good reasons to want to 'extermi-
nate the Jews.
The 40-minute diatribe by Dr.
Maaruf Al-Mawalibi, was allowed
to continue uninterrupted. The
president of the Seminar, Adam
Lopatka of Poland, did not react to
it and refused a request by the
Israeli delegate, Hebrew Univer-
sity Prof. Eliezer Ravitski, that
the seminar dissociate itself from
the attack.
Apart from Israel, only the
United States and Costa Rica,
among the 26 nations participat-
ing, spoke out against the Saudi's
remarks. But many of the dele-
gates privately expressed shock
after the session.
Al-Mawalibi's premise was that
the Jews should not wonder why
they were persecuted for cen-
turies because there must have
been good reasons. He claimed it
was prescribed in the Talmud that
a Jewish doctor was allowed to
treat non-Jews only for experi-
mental purposes.
In addition to the U.S., Israel,
Costa Rica and Saudi Arabia, the
seminar was attended by dele-
gates from Argentina, Brazil,
Canada, Egypt, Finland, Greece,
India, Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Ja-
pan, Kenya, Morocco, Nicaragua,
Nigeria, Pakistan, Poland,
Senegal, Thailand, Togo, the
Soviet Union and Yugoslavia.

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Premier
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nied reports that he had a secret
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had exchanged letters with the
Jordanian ruler.
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weekend's Cabinet meeting by
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of Likud who referred to reported
"contacts" between Peres and
Hussein. Observers believe that
despite an official denial last
week, there had in fact been a re-
cent exchange of letters as part of
Peres' efforts to try to open
negotiations with Jordan.

LOCAL NEWS

Gallery shows
folk art exhibit

An exhibit of original prints by
American folk artist Will Moses
will be on display at The Print
Gallery in Southfield through
February.
Gallery hours are Monday
through Saturday, 10 a.m. 6 p.m.,
and Thursdays until 9 p.m. For
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