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September 27, 1985 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-27

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30 r Friday,' September 27, 1985 THE DETROENEWISHI NEWS

THE STATE OF ISRAEL

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BY PHILLIP GOREN
In an ocean of tears
An accumulation of two
thousand years
Millions of its people mur-
dered and disappeared
Now rebuilding their an-
cestral land
World Jewry willingly ex-
tending a helping hand,
Surrounded by enemies
from near and far
Longing for shining stars
Though constantly in stress
With determination visable
daily progress
The courage and motivation
of its people
Stem from the spirit of the
patriorchas, Bible and the
prophets
That still linger and shine
in their souls
Forever it will remain the
same.

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Police are
examining 'video and tape re-
cordings of the half-hour speech
delivered by Rabbi Meir Kahane
before a bitterly hostile crowd of
10,000. in Givatayim Sunday to
determine whether the Kach
Party leader's personal insults
to President Chaim Herzog, his
threats against the residents of
Givatayim and against Israel's
Arab population constituted a
breach of the peace and a viola-
tion of the terms of his permit to
speak.
Kahane, who advocated the
expulsion of all of Israel's Arab
citizens as well as the Arab
populations of the West Bank
and Gaza, is considered a bla-
tant racist. In Givatayim, a
suburb of Tel Aviv, he ran into
what was probably the fiercest
protest he has ever encountered
in Israel.
His 'remarks were drowned
out by an overwhelming din of
shouts, hocks, whistles and the
rattle of Purim noisemakers.
But Tel Aviv District Police
Commissioner Gabi Amir, who
approached the platform where
Kahane spoke, heard him -utter
his insults and threats. He
warned Kahane he would stop
the meeting if he did not desist
from denunciations which could
lead to disorder.
Kahane retorted, "I have a
right to speak and I will say
whatever I want." He insulted
President Herzog who has fre-
quently warned Israelis that
"Kahanism" threatens democ-
racy.
Seven people were treated in
a Givatayim hospital last night
for injuries sustained in scuffles
between Kahane's supporters
and anti-racist demonstrators.
Four people were arrested.

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — The cost of
living index rose by 3.9 percent
during August, one of the lowest
increases in recent years, ac-
cording to the Central Bureau of
Statistics. Since the beginning
of 1985, inflation has amounted
to 160 percent.
Economic- experts said last
week that it was too early to tell
whether the 3.9 percent increase
last month actually meant a
halt to galloping inflation. The
August figure was the first
month in the new economic re-
covery program, and even
though the 3.9 percent figure
was nearly,, double that origi-
nally hoped for, it was hailed by
the Finance Ministry and the
Cabinet's Economic Watch
Committee as indicative of the
success of the package deal.
The August increase would
have been considerably less had
it not been for sharp rises, of up
to 25 percent, in the cost of
fruit, Vegetables and health
services. Fruit and vegetables
were not included in the
maximum price list, hecanse of
the problems of seasonal price
changes due to weather condi-
tions.

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