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September 06, 1985 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, September 6, 1985 23

Christian Parley Pledges
Support For Israel

Basel, Switzerland(JTA) —
The first Christian Zionist Con-
gress, a three-day event, ended
in Basel last week with an ap-
peal to all Jews to consider
aliyah and to all Christians to
give active help to Israel. The
congress was organized by the
Christian Embassy in
Jerusalem.
The appeals were contained in
a final resolution adopted by
589 delegates from 27 countries,
including the United States,
Canada, Australia, Britain,
France, West Germany, Switzer-
land, Holland, Nigeria, Ivory
Coast, Zaire and Taiwan.
The resolution also provided
for creation of a special fund to
invest $100 million dollars in
industrial projects in Israel. In-
vestments from the fund will be
made through a company to be
based in Basel. The aim of the
fund is to encourage Israeli ex-
ports and housing projects for
new immigrants, mainly from
the Soviet Union. The fund also
is designed to help combat un-
employment in Israel and the
resolution stipulates that part of
the funds must be invested in
Judaea and Samaria.
Another resolution called for a
March on Sept. 15, Rosh
Hashanah Eve, in Nuremberg in
West Germany with some
10,000 participants carrying Is-
raeli flags. The march will mark
the 50th anniversary of the
march in Nuremberg by Ger-
mans brandishing swastika
emblems.
Meanwhile, in Jerusalem,
daily protests are continuing in
front of the municipal building
by members of Yad Le Achim,
an anti-missionary group, who

are demanding that the con-
struction of the Jerusalem ex-
tension of the Mormon Brigham
Young University be halted.
The group charges that the uni-
versity would serve as a center
for missionary activities.
Last month, Prof. Jeffrey Hol-
land, the president of the uni-
versity, submitted a written
pledge to Mayor Teddy Kollek
that there would be no mission-
ary activity in the educational
center it is constructing next to
the Hebrew University on Mt.
Scopus. But Holland's efforts to
-convince the Israeli public that
the center would serve only as
an academic institution have
been greeted with skepticism by
many Israelis.

Moscow Fair
Omits Publisher

New York (JTA) — The
president of the Association of
Jewish Book Publishers, Ber-
nard Levinson, has been denied
a visa to attend the Binnenial
Moscow International Book Fair
scheduled to open in the Soviet
Union next month. No explana-
tion was given.
Saying he had "no idea why"
his visa was rejected, Levinson
immediately sent a telegram to
Igor Kazansky, book fair 'chair-
man, to request that the visa be
approved.
The exhibit booth of the
Jewish book publishers at the
Moscow fair, featuring some
1,000 various titles on Jewish
thea ► es, has been a central at-
traction for Jews who come to
the fair from all parts of the
Soviet Union.

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