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April 14, 1989 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-14

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the use of their official press
signs is designed to protect
them from attacks related to
the Palestinian uprising.
They fear that the wide
misuse of press identification
will invite hostile attacks by
Palestinians who could now
claim that the vehicles were
being driven by their
"legitimate targets": West
Bank settlers and the securi-
ty forces.
Journalists covering the
West Bank already have re-
ported an increase in the in-
cidence of stone-throwing at
their vehicles.
Other journalists point out
that press cards have long
been interpreted by Palesti-
nians as an invitation to riot.

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Dinitz Attacks
Funds Dispersal

Jerusalem (JTA) — Simcha
Dinitz, the chairman of the
Jewish Agency and the World
Zionist Organization, flew to
the United States for a major
showdown with leaders of the
Jewish federations over fun-
ding for Soviet immigrant
and absorption.
"I will not — I cannot —
allow Israel to become a
junior partner" in the saga of
Soviet Jewish emigration,
Dinitz said an interview.
Dinitz was to chair Wednes-
day's session of the Jewish
Agency Executive in
Washington, which is ex-
pected to be devoted largely to
this issue.
The casus belli for Dinitz is
a decision by the federation
leadership and the United
Jewish Appeal on March 28
to allocate the funds raised in
the ongoing special Soviet
Jewry absorption campaign
on a 50-50 basis: 50 percent
for the local U.S. com-
munities, and 50 percent for
"overseas needs."
"In practice," Dinitz ex-
plained angrily, "that means
25 percent for Israel."
This is because "overseas
needs" means both Israel and
the Hebrew Immigrant Aid
Society and the Joint
Distribution Committee, the
two agencies most actively in-
volved in aid for Soviet
Jewish emigrants.
Dinitz said he is demanding
a full 50 percent for Israel's
absorption needs. This, he
said, would accurately reflect
the traditional breakdown of
UJA-Federation appeal funds
between local needs and
Moreover, he said, it was on
this understanding that the
WZO Executive had sup-
ported last December the idea
of a special campaign for
Soviet absorption.

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