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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-06-07

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n one of the most dra-
matic historic occur-
rences, marking the
nearing of a total end to the
exile of a Jewish community,
Zionism attained fulfillment
as the greatest factor in lib-
ertarianism. The transfer in
a matter of hours, in 40
planes, of 14,000 Ethiopian
Jews, will never be reduced
to a mere episode in history.
It is a realization of redemp-
tion as a synonym for Zion-
ism in the sense of receiving
and preserving Jewry.
Continuing on the heels of
the Soviet Operation Exodus
and the settlement in Israel
of hundreds of thousands of
Soviet Jews, the new Opera-
tion Solomon uplifts libera-
tion to new heights.
The Ethiopian rescue
means an end to 2,500 years
of existence by Jews there
since the time of Solomon. A
long history needs to be
recalled for an awareness of
the fate of our fellow Jews in
that far-off land. An eminent

Jewish scholar, Professor
Jacques Faitlovitch, was en-
couraged by Baron Edmond
de Rothchild to go to Ethio-
pia (Abyssinia) to learn
about the Jews there. They
were first referred to as
Falashas, which means
"strangers," a term that
later became hateful to
them. It is translated as
"exile" and "immigrant."
This in itself is both shock-
ing and outrageous in refer-
ence to a people with a 2,500
year history in the area.
What is happening is that
we are ending exile and
homelessness, fulfilling the
Zionist ideal.

Professor Faitlovitch
commenced his efforts with
the formation of the Ameri-
can Pro-Falasha Committee.
The leading American Jews
became involved. Its
organizer came to Detroit for ,/
the project, and I worked
with him on it in 1922 and
1923 as editor of the Detroit
Jewish Chronicle. It is a
record not to be forgotten in
the history of Jewish
redemption. El

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Hatred of Jews has become
such a normalcy in Arab
quarters that conceding it in
dilpomatic quarters becomes
the lowest type of hypocrisy.
It has become especially true
in the manner in which
Saudi Arabia continues to
treat American Jews when
they are selected for official
assignment to the Saudis.
The shameful way in
which Saudi Arabia has
been indicated for many
years in exposures shows
how such Arab anti-
Israelism also becomes the
lowest form of anti-
Semitism.
The manner in which the
Saudi anti-Israel anti-
Semitism converts into
American diplomatic hypoc-
risy invited public attention
again in a letter published in
the New York Times (May
16). The letter, composed by
Meyer Rangell of Bloom-
ingburg, N.Y., was entitled
"Injury To Insult" by the
Times. Mr. Rangell wrote
the following indictment:

Small events, perhaps in-
significant in themselves,
sometimes serve to il-
luminate the larger picture.
Such an event was the re-
cent refusal of Saudi

Arabia to honor the United
States passport of Senator
Frank Lautenberg because
it contained an Israeli
stamp. The Senator had
traveled to Israel; he was
therefore persona non
grata in Saudi Arabia. The
Saudis thus demeaned the
official, solemn document
of travel — issued by the
United States Government
to its free citizens to protect
their rights while abroad —
to pursue the policy of
nonrecognition, embargo,
boycott and hatred toward
the State of Israel.
And how did the United
States respond to this in-
sult? By a shabby device:
the State Department is-
sued the senator a new
passport in which the
Israeli stamp did not ap-
pear! The Saudis must
have smugly smiled in
their small victory: the
deceitful new passport was
a moral victory for their
policy.
The irony will escape no
one. A half million Ameri-
can soldiers risked their
lives to defend Saudi
Arabia in the recent war.
Were fresh passports, con-
veniently free of any evi-
dence or taint of Israeli

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