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December 18, 1987 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-12-18

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Happy holidays from Israel.

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Campaign Aims
At Resolution

A postcard campaign
directed to foreign embassies
of countries which abstained
or voted in support of the anti-
Zionist United Nations
resolution 3379, known as
"Zionism Is Racism," has
been launched by the Zionist
Organization of America, ac-
cording to Rabbi M. Robert
Syme, president of Metro
Detroit ZOA.
The campaign is a follow-up
to the petition effort of 1985
aimed at expunging the
resolution from the records of
the world body.
The campaign is directed at
eight countries likely to be
crucial in having the U.N.
resolution overturned. The
countries are France, West
Germany, Senegal, Nigeria,
Yugoslavia, Brazil, Mexico
and Japan.
Those countries will be urg-
ed "to join with the govern-
ments of the United States
and Australia in calling for
the repudiation of U.N.
resolution 3379 on Zionism,"
according to campaign com-
mittee chairmen Stanley and
Linda Beltzman.
A letter is being circulated
to rabbis and organizations
seeking cooperation in get-
ting this effort under way.
Postcards are available at the
ZOA office, 569-1515.

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For News Gaffe

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Prompt
apologies by Polish officials
and the news media last week
averted a threatened boycott
by Israeli and other Jewish
groups of ceremonies in War-
saw next April marking the
45th anniversary of the War-
saw Ghetto uprising.
The apologies were for an
item published in Trybuna
Ludu, the official organ of the
Polish Communist Party, that
contained anti-Israel over-
tones. The item, transmitted
abroad by PAP, the Polish
news agency, claimed that the
Polish committee organizing
the ceremonies was con-
cerned over "the current
dangerous revisionist and
neo-Nazi trends in the
Federal Republic of Germany
as well as the possible conse-
quences of Israel's policy of
expansion."
The Israeli government and
the World Federation of
Former Jewish Fighters, Par-
tisans and Concentration
Camp Inmates protested to
Warsaw.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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