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February 20, 1987 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-20

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Israeli Arab
Appointed To
Diplomatic Post

Jerusalem (JTA) — As it
approaches the end of the
39th year since its founding,
the State of Israel has made
an historic and unprece-
dented move. Last week, it
appointed a young Israeli
Arab to an important and
prestigious diplomatic post
aboard.
Muhammad Masarwa, a 45
year-old lawyer from Kufer
Kara village near Hadera, will
be Israel's next Consul
General in Atlanta, a post he
assumes next summer. He
will be the first non-Jewish
diplomatic representative of
the Jewish State anywhere
and his appointment demon-
strated Israel's confidence in
itself and in its 750,000 Arab
citizens.
Masarwa is Moslem. He
speaks Hebrew with fluency
and eloquence, as he does
English and Arabic. He heads
a successful law firm in
Hadera and has often repre-
sented the mainstream of
Israel's Arab society at public
events.
Previously, the highest
position held by an Arab in
Israel was Deputy Minister of
Health, occupied until the
early 1970s by the late Abdul
Aziz Auabi of Nazareth, a
Mapam Knesset member. A
Druze, Sheikh Jaber Muabi,
was Deputy Minister of Com-
munications and Agriculture.
But there have been no Arabs
in senior positions since 1977.

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Austrian
Anti-Semitism

Vienna (JTA) — Nearly one
of two Austrians believe
"Jews possess too much
economic and political in-
fluence," according to the fin-
dings of a Gallup survey
released here last week.
The findings, which were
reported by Prof. Maximilian
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Vienna University's Depart-
ment of Journalism and Com-
munication Research, point to
widespread antiSemitism
throughout Austrian society.
Gottschlich, a non-Jew who
places himself "on the Chris-
tian side of politics," said that
exposure of Kurt Waldheim's
Nazi past coupled with anti-
Semitic statements by politi-
cians and some "massively
anti-Semitic" Austrian news-
paper reports during Wald-
heim's Presidential campaign
last year, had boosted anti-
Jewish sentiment in the
country.

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