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February 02, 1990 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-02-02

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Arab
countries, fearful of massive
Jewish immigration to
Israel, may ask the govern-
ments of Eastern Europe to
curtail it, Hadashot has re-
ported.
The newspaper said the
Arab foreign ministers will
hold an emergency meeting
on the issue at Arab League
headquarters in February.
King Hussein of Jordan
has warned that the flood of
immigrants now pouring
into Israel from the Soviet
Union poses a grave danger
to the entire Arab world and
Jordan, in particular.
According to Hussein,
Israel might force Palesti-
nians out of the ad-
ministered territories to set-
tle Jewish immigrants.
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir appeared to many to
lend credence to such fears,
when he told a group of
Likud supporters on that
mass immigration would
lead to a "big Israel."
The U.S. State Depart-
ment said such remarks
"were not helpful."
Shamir later denied he
was suggesting Israeli ex-
pansionism.
Hadashot quoted a report
in the Jordanian newspaper
Akhbar al-Asboua that Jor-
dan has approached East
European countries about
Jewish immigration.
Arab diplomatic sources,
meanwhile, do not dismiss
the possibility that a high-
ranking Arab delegation
will go to Moscow to present
the Arab point of view on the
subject.

King of Spain
May Visit Israel

Jerusalem (JTA) — King
Juan Carlos of Spain has
agreed in principle to make
a state visit to Israel, For-
eign Minister Moshe Arens
announced last week upon
his return from Madrid.
This would be the first
visit to Israel by a Spanish
head of state, and one of the
very few royal visits at all to
the Jewish state. No date as
yet been set for the king's
trip.
Arens spoke of the Spanish
people as having a "strong
desire for reconciliation"
with the Jewish people. He
reported that Spain's small
Jewish community is hoping
for a formal annulment in
1992 of the 500-year-old
decree expelling Jews from
Spain.

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