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Page 2, HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, February 15, 1980 I II TWO TORAHS FROM AMERICA were recently .presented to department of the Histadrut in Israel. The Torahs belonged to a Bronx congregation which is no longer in existence. Histadrut, now celebrating its 60th annlversanj, serves the social needs of more than 75 percent of Israel's population. I 14 National Jewish Organizations Reject Church Council's 'Hearings' Special to HERITAGE "a gross and deliberate mis- stated "mission of reconcilia- NEWYORK, NY--Fourteen representation of fact and tion" can be better achieved national Jewish organizations history." by "fraternal dialogue." have rejected an invitation The statement went on to The statement concluded from the National Council of say that "the thrust can be by expressing readiness to Churches to participate in judged by the omission of any explore in depth all the sub- "hearings" on theMiddleEast, mention of the single most stantive political and moral In a letter to Rev. Tracey K. positive development in the issues involved in the Middle Jones, Jr., chairperson of the history of the Middle East con- East controversy in a "mutu- NCC's Middle East Panel, the flict: The Egyptian-lsraeli ally acceptable format" and agencies objected to the peace treaty and the Camp urged the NCC to move formulation of the panel's David accords." quickly with representatives of "Issues for Consideration" The organizations also the Jewish community "to because they reflect protested the heanng format, establish a time and place for "slanderous charges" that are declaring that the NCC's this important dialogue" Ambassador McHenry to Visit Mid-East by Yitzhak Rabi situation in the region. Saudi Arabia and Tunisia. UNITED NATIONS (JTA) The meeting was held at the In a statement issued here, -- Donald McHenry, the Israeli official's residence here the American Mission said the United States Ambassador to because he is confined to bed purpose of McHenry's trip is to the United Nations, who is with the flu. explore "substantive, bilateral Begin Says Israel Will Act If Lebanese Christians JERUSALEM (JTA)-- Premier Menachem Begin told a foreign press luncheon here that "if the Christian minority in Lebanon is at- tacked, either in the south or in the north, Israel will not remain passive." He did not elaborate. He reiterated that Israel was carefully watching the move- ments of the Syrian army in Lebanon which is in the process of being replaced by the Palestine Liberation Army, a para-military organization which Syria has armed with tanks and artillery. Both Israel and the Christian enclaves in south Lebanon are concerned that this move could lead to a resumption of the civil war. On Egyptian-Israeli rela- tions, Begin said Israel would submit an official protest to Egypt about the anti-Israel remarks reportedly made by Deputy Premier Hassan Tohamey in an interview pub- lished in the Kuwaiti newspaper AI-Siyassa. He was quoted as saying that the "semi-state, Israel," is on the verge of collapsing, and that Jews were "traitors and hypo- crites and had been portrayed as such in history books." , Begin said "It is almost impossible to understand Tohamey's comments. They are completely contradictory to the nature of the relations developing between the two countries." Tohamey is a Moslem fun- 'vote damentalist who has been members close to President Anwar Socialist Sadat since the pre-revolution, i n d e p e n de ary days in Egypt. He was the abstained. No. 2 man in the Egyptian The delegation to the Camp David boycott was IZ conference in September, Jan. 26, the 1978. tions were It was reported from Cairo, between meanwhile, that the Egyptian Parliament approved a law last treaty. But night ending Egypt's participa- requested tion in the Arab League formal a boycott of Israel. No formal ment. Soviet Military in Syria To Be Second-Largest in WASHINGTON (JTA) -- said. Cuban [ Defense Secretary Harold 150 in Brown's annual report to Con- 1,000 in gress justifying the Defense Department's new budget has "That disclosed that Soviet and East Middle East European military tech- rather nicians in Syria have exceeded seems all those in the Middle East and South Asia except for reported. Afghanistan. Brown's statistics said that opposed" Soviet and East European military personnel in 1978 in may yet Syria totaled 2,580 while the conflict." total in the remainder of the Mid-East and South Asia was 2,050. Lebanon, ported This was made up of1,200 continue in Iraq, 150 in North Yemen, 550 in South Yemen and 150 lem leftists, in India. In Afghanistan as of larger-scak Jan. 4 there were 50,000 in both Communist technicians, he Brown said. 11 Organizations Form Coalition Orthodox Oppose Drafting of scheduled to leave Saturday McHenry will start his visit, and regional issues of concern NEW YORK (JTA) -- Orthodox Jewish Coalition on ities have for the Mideast for a two-week his first to the region since he particularly as they bear on the Eleven American Orthodox Registration of Women for the Law seven-nation tour, met last replaced Andrew Young as Ambassador's responsibilities Jewish organizations have Selective Service System, from week with Israel's Ambas- UNAmbassador, inEgyptand at the UN." The statement also wrilIen to President Carter, claiming to represent the of co sador to the United Nations, from there he will go to Israel, said McHenry will meet with expressing opposition to the entire spectrum of American place them Yehuda Blum, to discuss the Jordan, Lebanon, Kuwait, "key leaders" of the area. inclusion of women in any Orthodox Judaism. able and national registi'ation for re- conflict - -- um .......... -- SUMMER r - /-- Fo;Childre,,Teens, a,, t activation of the draft. The The president was told that requiremer |l RI|IT .J ..el. Ad.s with mild groups have formed an "the highest rabbinic author- the law of' CAMP / ""'"""" Dayan00 Kollek 'Chat over C. GUIDE /s UWIT cAMp i SOmT T00V,L I With Former Jordanmn I 0nesdale a--ac0edcampng i N0wmltstenthseas01 leatu rag3 l / POO ram mffs 12th season (0r I & 6 week programs of carefully j | chlldrenandleens aes7 17 balancedsightseemg recreah0n ] by Gil Sedan there was nothing new in his offersandt | fealurmg mature staff excellen! I leisure therapeuhc group process ] .f.J'-. " [ physca/faohhes, struclured and independent hying skdl I JERUSALEM (JTA) -- positions as he presented messageS.t . - "' ;" | enwronment, remedtal academics I development for adQiescents and 1 I " %. | andpre-voc programssupert) young adults ages17-mld 20 s I Former Foreign Minister them to his guests, namely he and L r, J " | natural foods cuisine (no sugar I THE BEST OF THE WEST BEST OF { ,...r [ chem,cal adchhves, unk foods) I NEW ENGLAND MIO CANAOA I Moshe Dayan, accompanied that he rejects the Camp David private citiz ",/', | Die ary Laws 0bsereci Umqueteen Spec a w0-week program m | by Mayor Teddy Kollek, visited accords as a basis for Dayan is ' | w0rk/camp program I Colorado for w0rkmg young adults I I For nr0clre llplclly Ir|vel or cmPl, write: Dept. H I last week with Anwar Nus- resolving the Palestinian issue member  / SUMMIT PROGRAMS Mayer A. SUskin. Director { seibeh, the former Defense and supports a re-division of Nusseibe hi ,'[ 57 rtda 33162 {3051 652-4978 Minister of Jordan who is sovereignty over Jerusalem. East JeruSa J regarded as King HusSein's Nusseibeh stressed how- and recenl unofficial representative in ever, that he did not want to against th, : L//' | ' . | Jerusalem. Nusseibeh see Jerusalem divided ment's deC PINE FOREST(co.ED) CAMP was nospecialsigniflcancein have to be two separate at theend( J' . [ [ insisted afterward that there physically again."Therewould take contr0 their 30-minute "chat over sovereignties. But I certainly He said t CAMP TIMBER TOPSI coffee" at his East Jerusalemhome. . do not advocate the setting Ofbarbed wires in the Mandel- ra,sed inhffDayan and that "We talked about prob- Barbed ware is a very bad was Dayal I LAKE OWEGO CAMP I ,ems which are uppermost in thing, especially in a city such 'leading pal //' ] / (FOR BOYS) | our minds, namely the Pales- as Jerusalem," he said ity since he _'-. ]11 I Located in the Poconos of PA: I tinian issue in general and the Nusseibeh stressed that he of Foreign i' ,t I ' for 7-1 5 year aids. | future of Jerusalem." 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