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  • Mexico Flooded with Anti-jewish Anti-israel Hate Literature

    A dangerous increase of Arab propaganda and anti-Jewish and anti-Israel hate material is flooding Mexico. It was disclosed here by Sergio Nudelstejer, the representative of the American Jewish Committee in Mexico and Central America and secretary general of the representative body of Mexican Jewry. Discussing this situation at a special meeting of the central Jewish… More ▸

  • Israeli University Faculty Members Attend Science Congress in Mexico

    Mexican President Luis Echeverria inaugurated here today the 30th International Congress of Human Sciences in Asia and North Africa. Many Israeli university faculty members were in attendance at the congress which is also known as the Congress of Orientalists. The Israeli scholars included Itamar Rabinowitz, Haim Shaked, Shimon Shamir, and Arie Shmulowitz. More ▸

  • Action Against Liberal Mexican Daily Linked to Its Criticism of Mexico’s Anti-zionist Stand in UN

    Dr. Laurence R. Birns, director of the Council on Hemispheric Affairs, believes that the “silencing” of Mexico’s liberal newspaper, Excelsior, two weeks ago may have been linked to its past criticism of Mexico’s anti-Zionist stand in the United Nations General Assembly and the anticipation of renewed criticism over Mexico’s letter to the Security Council implicitly… More ▸

  • Jwv Slams Mexico

    The Jewish War Veteran scored Mexico’s condemnation of Israel’s rescue operation in Uganda and said that Mexico’s stand was related to its anti-American attitude. Judge Paul Ribner, JWV’s national commander, said that the action by Mexican President Luis Echeverria was “unconscionable” and further strengthened JWV’s continued position urging tourists to “stay out of Mexico.” In… More ▸

  • Allon Responds to Mexico’s Letter

    Foreign Minister Yigal Allon has sent a message to Mexican Foreign Minister Alfonso Garcia Robles reminding him that good relations between Israel and Mexico must be protected by both countries from “too severe tests.” The message, disclosed here today, was in response to the Mexican letter to the Security Council implicitly attacking Israel’s July 3… More ▸

  • Mexico Explains Its Stand

    Foreign Minister Alfonso Garcia Robles said yesterday that Mexican-Israeli relations will remain good despite differences of opinion between the two countries. He said the policy of allowing for disagreements on international matters, especially the Middle East, was established when Israeli Foreign Minister Yigal Allon paid an official visit to Mexico last March. Robles was referring… More ▸

  • Mexico Again Slams Israel

    The Mexican government, which several months ago promised American Jewish leaders that it will not participate in any further anti-Israeli campaigns at the UN after its support of the resolution equating Zionism with racism, has criticized the Israeli rescue operation in Uganda. In a letter to the president of the Security Council, the Mexican government,… More ▸

  • B’nai B’rith to Resume Mexico Tours in September

    David Blumberg, international president of B’nai B’rith, told Jewish leaders here recently that there was no longer a boycott by American Jewish organizations of Mexico except by the Jewish War Veterans. Speaking at a meeting of the Central Jewish Committee, Blumberg said B’nai B’rith, which dropped its tours to Mexico after Mexico voted for the… More ▸