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Page 2, HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News. April 25. 1980 /sradi Premr  o' c. Begin Vows Jewish People You "Please" and "Thank you" are words you don't hear too often in business deal- ings anymore. Sometimes, in the rush, even we forget. To our customers who get out the door without it, we say "Thank you." To those people who need quick, economical printing: "Please try us." Boyd & Judy McC/askey Owners/Operators LIVE OAKS CENTER Casselberry, FI 331-1001 Never Let Jerusalem Go By Joseph Polakoff WASHINGTON, (JTA) -- Israeli Premier Menachem Begin ended his four-day stay in Washington last week with the vow that the Jewish people will never allow Jerusalem to leave Israers sovereignty and a warning to the nations of the free world not to sacrifice Israers security because of oil shortages or other difficulties they may face at present. In an emotional address to more than 1,000 people jammed into the 600-seat auditorium at the Shoreham Hotel, Begin repeated his positions on Jerusalem, Jewish settlements on the West Bank and Israel's unqualified opposition to "self- determination" for the Palestinian Arabs which he said, "is a contradiction of the Camp David agreement." He likened actions in support of self-determination to the appeasement of Naz demands on Czechoslovakia in 1938. Begin spoke at a combined meeting sponsored by the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, the Israel Bond Organization and the United Jewish Appeal. He was greeted with deafening applause and applause punctuated his hour-long speech many times. The meeting was described by some observers as the greatest pro-Israel demonstra- tion in Washington. probably since David Ben Gurion's first visit here 32 years ago as Prime Minister of Israel. Begin decisively ruled out participation by the inhabi- tants of East Jerusalem in the vote for the autonomous authority on the West Bank. "Israel is -- east, west, north and south -- under one soverignty, the soverignty of Israel." he declared. "Jerusalem is the heart of our people, our history, our culture, our dreams and prayers. So it will be for all generations to come, so help us God," he said. He added that without any qualification, the world should know, all nations should know that this issue -- Jerusalem -- is D.C. -- David's Capital." Autonomy, Not A Palestinian State Begin said that at Camp David "we promised autonomy but not a Palestinian state in all but name." He recalled that in 1938, Germany demanded "self-determination" for Germans in Czechoslovakia and "we know what took place." He said current calls for "self-determination" for Palestinian Arabs and the 1938 episode are "a dreadful analogy. We cannot play around with phrases." He said that at Camp David he was asked to give -- "but we refused to give our signature to 'self-determination'." He implied criticism of the Western nations for not standing together in face of Soviet aggression. He said that because of events in Afghanistan and in Iran, some nations perceive their need for oil and for the support of the Moslem world and make demands on Israel to "give in." He said whatever their difficulties they must not make demands "at the expense of Israel." He did not name any nation. Will Recommend Boycott Of Olympics ISRAEL EXPO """ Sunday, May 4- Noon-5 -[" m=Io]i(Zt + '[.m. =m =,= MAlt ]lOT =L BUT WZ D0 YOUR PRESENT. ...... .iii INTERNATIONAL BDITION #1S0UB 0N THI IM BAST. THE JERUSALEM POST INTERNATIONAL EDITION 110E 59th St New York, N Y 10022 [] Please deliver 52 issues of THE JERUSALEM POST International Edition for one fun Ryar. and send me the NEW BONES Book My check for $35 00 is enclosed [] Please deliver 26 issues for six months My check for $19 00 is enclosed E 1 8 4 Lm, NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE Z!P Begin said the Soviet Union opened, the supports the Palestine issueda Liberation Organization and talks with the PLO's "genocidal It anr methods." He said "The PLO Egypt, charter is the second edition of agreed to Mein Kampf" He observed ted negotiationsil that "when liberty is and Egypt, begir endangered all free men must the end of April unite." He also said that he will The proposal recommend to the Israel by Begin for Olympic Committee that the next 40 Israel boycott the Olympic between Games in Moscow this Alexandria, in an summer. To gotoMoscow, he reach an said, would be "business as autonomy by usual." target date. Shortly before the meeting ,, * * Iran's Restrictions on Travel Abroad Has Devastating Impact on Jews who wish to leave Iran for limited periods to appoint a guarantor responsible for their return. Should they not return, the guarantor would be subject to legal proceedings. by David Landau and Yitzhak Shargil JERUSALEM, (JTA) -- The Iranian authorities have imposed restrictions on travel abroad which may turn tens of thousands of Iranian Jews into homeless refugees or force them to return to Iran, according to Likud MK Moshe Katzev. head of the organization of Iranian Jewish immigrants in Israel. According to Katzev, the new regulations require Jews Jews who want to emigrate from Iran are free to do so but must leave behind all of their wealth, property, large sums of cash and household and personal items such as electrical appliances and jewelry, Katzev said. He said Jews wishing to leave permanently have a difficult time selling their property and, in any case, are unable to take the proceeds of the sale with them. Katzev observed that as a result of the severance of U.S. diplomatic relations with Iran, the many Iranian Jews now living in the U.S. will have to apply for refugee status or else go to Israel when their Iranian passports expire. The U.S. is not extending the visas of Iranian visitors. According to a in Haaretz sources of Iran's 8( that country in Ten thousand Israel but the gone to the U.S.  Many intend to permanently and in fact already the report said. there was no tion against Iranian Western Scientists Denied Visas to Moscow For Conference at Jewish Dissident's Home by Richard Levitt NEW YORK, (JTA) -- The Soviet Union has confused Western scientists by refusing to grant visas to 19 Western "scientists hoping to attend an unofficial scientific confer- ence in Moscow while granting them to 24 others, from ,pril 13-15 in the and other Three American scientists Moscow living room of one of first organized and one Soviet emigrant, its founders, Viktor Brailovsky, seminar" in speaking at a press a Jewish activist and keep abreast conference here. said they did cybernatic specialist, scientific not understand why Soviet Brailovsky, like many other The authorities denied seven refusnik scientists, most of foreign Americans and 12 French whom are Jewish, was international scientists permission to go to expelled from his job in the 1974 to present the USSR to participate in the official Soviet science system conduct fourth annual Conference on because of his attempt to the invited par Collective Phenomena which emigrate, denied visas. is sponsored by a group of Cut off from access to second and third Moscow refusnik scientists, research institutes and in 1977 and The conference was held scientific journals, Brailovsky successful. 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