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September 26, 1986 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-26

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We know your dream.To spend
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is... staying in a hotel.
Well all that is about to
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Because LevYerushalayim
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just those weeks, or months
when you will be using it.

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And that's not all. Because
LevYerushalayim will also fea-
ture a shul, a glatt kosher res-
taurant and a fully equipped
health club.
Interested? Of course you are.
But don't delay. Jerusalem
has only one Heart. And shares
are expected to go fast.
For further details call the Lev
Yerushalayim information office
or visit our marketing office in
Jerusalem at 16 King George St.,
Tel: 02-231484 or 02-232432.

LEV YERUSHALAYIM
APARTMENT HOTEL

NEWS

French-Jewish Film
Festival Cancelled

(one way, based on
round trip purchase)

'Airfares are quoted roUndtrip. Certain travel
days and restrictions may apply.

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1
MOST
FLORIDA CITIES

Paris (JTA) — The Jewish
film festival scheduled to be
held here later this month
was cancelled last week by
the cinema owners, the
Publicis-Matignon Company.
The reason they gave was the
wave o _ f terrorism in France
which posed a major risk to
the festival.
Festival Director Emile
Weiss, whose own cinema was
destroyed by an explosion in
March 1985, said that °°can-
ceiling the Festival is tanta-
mount to giving in to the ter-
rorist. Giving into terror will
turn the terrorists into the
victors". Weiss said that he is
trying to find another movie
house to present the program
of 60 films on Jewish themes.
The Chief Rabbi of France,
Rene Samuel Sirat, joined the
heads of the five other main
religious groups in France
condemning the terrorist at-
tacks and fully backing the
government's decision not to
give in to the terrorists'
ultimatum.
Among the other five
signatories are the Arch-
bishop of Paris, Cardinal
Jean-Marie Lustiger; the
dean of the Paris Mosque,
Sheikh Mohammed Orras,
and the president of the Pro-
testant Federation, The Rev.
Jacques Maury.
Seven people were killed
and nearly 200 wounded over
the last 10 days in a wave of
wild and indiscriminate
bombing attacks. The targets
were a Paris cafeteria, a post
office, police headquarters
and a popular clothing store.
All of the attacks are
believed to have been carried
out by a Lebanese terrorist
gang which is demanding the
liberation of their leader,
Georges Ibrahim Abdullah,
and two other terrorists serv-
ing prison sentences in
France for terrorists attacks.
Abdullah, serving a four
year sentence for entering
France with a forged pass-
port, is also suspected of hav-
ing masterminded and di-
rected the murders of Amer-
ican Military Attache Lt. Col.
Charles Ray in January, 1983
and of Israeli diplomat
Yaakov Barsimantov three
months later.
The vice president of the
European Jewish Congress,
Jean Kahn, called on the
European Parliament in
Strasbourg to draft and ratify
at the earliest moment an in-
ternational convention that
would make mandatory the
extradition of wanted ter-
rorists by all member states.
Kahn also met with the cur-
rent President of the 21-
member state Council of
Europe, Italian Foreign
Minister Giulio Andreotti, to
call for a °°change in policy"
by a number of members-
states which previously show-
ed unwarranted . leniency

towards terrorism and ter-
rorists. Kahn accused Italy,
Greece and France of past
failure in fighting terrorism.
The Council of Europe later
adopted a resolution express-
ing its full solidarity with
France and called on member-
states to combat terrorism.
Andreotti announced that a
special Ministerial Commit-
tee will meet to organize in-
ternational cooperation in
this matter.
The recent wave of terrorist
attacks has hardened the
French population's anti-
Arab sentiments and in-
directly increased Israel's
popularity. All French
leaders, except the Com-
munists, have pointed to
Israel's anti-terrorist
measures as an example
which France should follow.

Austria Held
Waldheim File

Vienna (JTA) — The Aust-
rian government had in 1971
completed a secret file on
Kurt Waldheim, containing
documentation of his Nazi
past, but withheld it from
scrutiny at the time when
Waldheim was seeking to be-
come secretary general of the
United Nations, according to
the magazine Profil, which
first broke the story on Wal-
dheim's past last March.
Since then, the World Jewish
Congress has unearthed
numerous documents connect-
ing Waldheim to Nazi activi-
ties before and during World
War II.
The secret Waldheim file
was reportedly assembled by
Austrian army intelligence so
that the government would
be armed with information
about Waldheim in the event
that questions were raised
about him in the course of his
UN campaign.

European Calls
For PLO Role

Jerusalem (JTA) —
Foreign Minister Jacques
Poos of Luxembourg, in Israel
on a three-day visit, called on
Israel to recognize the right
of Palestinians to self-
determination. In addition,
he said that any Middle East
peace talks must include the
Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization.
Poos met with 15 Palesti-
nians from the West Bank,
most of them prominent PLO
supporters. According to par-
ticipants at the meeting, he
said he supported the 1980
Venice Declaration of the
European Economic Commu-
nity (EEC) that supported
Palestinian self-
determination and the inclu-
sion of the PLO in Mideast
peace talks.

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