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  • Israel Does Not Expect U.S. Veto in Security Council

    Israeli political circles expressed-serious doubt about the possibility of an American veto of a possible anti-Israel Security Council resolution on the interception affair. They added, however, that in view of the failure of the United Nations Ad Hoc Committee on International Terrorism to come up with any concrete actions, the U.S. and other countries may… More ▸

  • Polish Documents Incriminate Former Concentration Camp Guard

    Documents incriminating former concentration camp guard Hermine Braunsteiner-Ryan have been delivered to West German authorities by the Polish Commission for the Investigation of Nazi Crimes, it was announced here. Mrs. Ryan, now held in a Duesseldorf jail, was extradited from the U.S. last week. Due to be cross-examined by a Duesseldorf public prosecutor this week,… More ▸

  • France. Britain Rap Israel

    The French Government last night released a communique branding the interception of a Middle East Airline jetliner by Israeli fighters “as an act to be condemned.” The official statement also stressed that such actions will “worsen Middle East tension” and moreover present a danger to international civil aviation. French diplomats in Western capitals have been… More ▸

  • Maurice Bisgyer. Retired B’nai B’rith Official, Dies at 75

    Maurice Bisgyer, who as executive vice-president of B’nai B’rith for 27 years had helped direct the worldwide Jewish service organization during its era of greatest growth, died this morning at the age of 75. He had been hospitalized for six weeks following a stroke. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at Adas Israel Congregation… More ▸

  • ‘dismal Failure’ for UN Committee on Terrorism

    The problem of international terrorism has been tossed back to the General Assembly after the Ad Hoc Committee on International Terrorism failed to reach any agreement on the definition, cause and ways to deal with this problem. Three subcommittees of the ad hoc committee which had been meeting since Aug. 1 behind closed doors ended… More ▸

  • The Interception Story

    Something unusual was to take place. That was the feeling at the Israeli airbase as the red lights were put on and the interceptor pilots were called for action and the mission was explained. The target a Lebanese Middle East Airline Caravelle was to be intercepted and brought to an Israeli airbase. As the Israeli… More ▸

  • U.S. to Give Arabs Greater Incentives for Oil Production

    The United States will have to give Arab countries greater incentive to increase oil production, John Love, director of President Nixon’s Office of Energy Policy, said today during an interview on NBC-TV’s “Meet the Press.” He added, however, that the U.S. would not change its policy toward Israel. Love contended that the U.S. will require… More ▸

  • Israel Rejects Norwegian Hint for Eyal’s Recall

    Meir Rosenne, the legal adviser of the Israeli Foreign Ministry, has returned from Oslo and will report to the Foreign Ministry and to Premier Golda Meir on his efforts in the Norwegian capital. Rosenne returned without being able to see and talk to the two Israelis detained at the home of the Israeli security officer… More ▸

  • Javits Given Police Protection

    The office of Sen. Jacob K. Javits (R. N.Y.), reported that the Senator had asked for police protection in July after the unsolved murder in suburban Washington of Israeli Embassy attache, Col. Yosef Alon. The Jewish legislator has been allied with Jewish causes for many years. His staff said he was given special police protection… More ▸

  • Irving Blum, Communal Leader, Businessman, Dies at Age 58

    Irving Blum, Baltimore businessman and philanthropist, died here yesterday at the age of 58 after an extended illness. He was chairman of the board of Blum’s, Inc., a real estate, finance and investment institution. A graduate of Baltimore City College and the Johns Hopkins University, where he received a bachelor degree in economics, Mr. Blum… More ▸