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July 05, 1985 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-07-05

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8 Friday, July 5, 1985

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natural tendency to see the
humorous side of everyday
occurrences. One of the cartoon's
strengths is that it is based on
situations in contemporary
Jewish life to which most of us
can easily relate."
Glick, 30, is a graduate of

Brandeis University where he
majored in Near Eastern and
Judaic studies, and of
Georgetown University Law
Center, where he received his
juris doctor degree in 1980. He
practices law in the Boston area.
Glick is also the creator of a
law-oriented cartoon, "Jest Is
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New York — Even if Israel
were to break all remaining ties
with South Africa, the impact
on the latter's economy and
military would be hardly
measurable, the American
Jewish Committee declared re-
cently.
In a report entitled Israel and
South Africa, the Committee
states that "in both the eco-
nomic and security field Israel's
interaction with South Africa is
negligible when compared to
South Africa's relations with
other countries."
Among the points raised in
the report are the following:
• Twenty-four countries have
full diplomatic relations with
South Africa. At least 46 Afri-
can states trade with Pretoria.
• At last 76 percent of South
Africa's oil is imported . from
Saudi Arabia, the United Arab
Emirates and Oman. If the Arab
oil-producing countries were
primarily interested in under-
mining South Africa's regime,
the report points out, they
would by now have imposed an
oil embargo on South Africa,
rather than continuing to supply
more than $1.5 billion in
strategic oil annually.
• According to the Congres-
sional Research Service, Israeli
arms sales to South Africa have
been far, smaller than those of
such European countries as
Italy and France. Moreover, not
only Western countries but
Eastern European and Arab
countries have reportedly been

significant arms suppliers to
South Africa.
Leo Nevas, chairman of AJC's
Commission on International
Relations, and Rabbi Marc H.
Tanenbaum, its director, noted
that the AJCommittee, as an
American Jewish human rights
organization, had repeatedly
reaffirmed its condemnation of
apartheid. Recent resolutions
adopted by AJC, they added,
called for a number of legisla-
tive and voluntary measures to
be employed by Americans in
encouraging the democratization
of South Africa and the ending
of all discrimination against its
black and other non-white citi-
zens.

Educators'
Meeting Set

New York — Almost 2,000
Jewish educators from all over
the world will attend the tenth
annual Conference on Alterna-
tives in Jewish Education, to be
held Aug. 11.15 at Northern Il-
linois University.
Some 450 sessions will discuss
history and social studies, sacred
texts, prayer and the synagogue,
educational leadership, creative
arts, Hebrew language, family
and adult education, early child-
hood education, special educa-
tion, informal education, Jewish
living, and Israel.

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