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Moshe Sharett

  • Sharett Calls for “brotherly Partnership” Between Israel and U.S. Jewry

    Israel must achieve greater strength if peace is to be maintained in the Middle East following the recent union of Arab states, Moshe Sharett, former Premier and Foreign Minister of Israel, declared here last night at a United Jewish Appeal mass meeting at Carnegie Hall. “Today, when the Jewish State is a forceful and dynamic… More ▸

  • Both Arab “federated” Blocs Are Hostile to Israel, Sharett Warns

    In spite of the fact that the two “federated” Arab blocs have deep differences of their own, both federations have in common “a negative background of hostility to Israel,” Moshe Sharett warned here last night. Israel’s former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister spoke at a campaign dinner of the Joint Palestine Appeal, at which the… More ▸

  • Sharett Arrives in New York to Address U. J. A. National Conference

    Moshe Sharett, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Israel, arrived here today for the purpose of delivering the principal address at the annual national conference of the United Jewish Appeal on Saturday evening at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. Mr. Sharett was greeted on his arrival by Morris W. Berinstein, UJA president; Jack D. Weiler, a… More ▸

  • Sharett Leaves for U.s.; Will Report on Israel to U. J. A. Leaders

    Moshe Sharett, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Israel, left Jerusalem for New York yesterday to deliver a report on the latest developments in Israel at the 20th annual national conference of the United Jewish Appeal which opens here Friday. Mr. Sharett will remain in the United States one week. More than 1,000 American… More ▸

  • Sharett to Address U.J.A. Annual Conference; Study Mission to Report

    Former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Israel Moshe Sharett has accepted an invitation to address the annual national conference of the United Jewish Appeal which convenes December 14 and 15 in New York City to plan the UJA s 20th campaign for Israel’s newcomers and for refugee and oppressed Jews overseas it was announced… More ▸

  • Sharett, Goldmann Criticize Ben Gurion for His Views on Zionism

    The rejection of Zionism by Prime Minister David Ben Gurion is certain to create confusion and cause unnecessary pain among Zionists, Former Prime Minister Moshe Sharett told the International Ideological Conference at Hebrew University today. Discarding the Zionist vision and “going to the people with the Bible,” as Mr. Ben Gurion has proposed, would not… More ▸

  • Plot to Assassinate Ex-premier Sharett Revealed at Trial in Israel

    Testimony concerning a bizarre one-man plot to assassinate former Premier Moshe Sharett for having allegedly handed over a Hungarian Jew to the British as a German spy was heard in court here today during the trial of three men charged with the murder of Dr. Israel Kastner, controversial figure in the Jewish community of wartime… More ▸

  • Australian Cabinet Members Attend Reception for Sharett in Canberra

    Members of the Australian Cabinet, led by Minister for External Affairs Richard G. Casey, attended last night a reception given in honor of former Israel Premier Moshe Sharett by the Executive Council of Australian Jewry and the Zionist Federation of Australia. Leading members of all political parties and deputies from both houses of Parliament attended…. More ▸

  • Sharett Given Enthusiastic Receptions Throughout Australia

    Moshe Sharett, former Israeli Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, is receiving extremely enthusiastic receptions in this country from leaders of the government as well as from the Jewish community. In Perth, Adelaide and in this city, he has been greeted by governors, mayors and military guards of honor. Many Jews have turned out at airports… More ▸

  • Australia to Call on Sharett to Settle Inter-party Argument

    Moshe Sharett, former Premier of Israel, will be called on publicly to settle an argument between the Australian Laborites and the Conservatives when he arrives here on a visit early next month. Richard G. Casey, Australia’s Minister for External Affairs, told the House of Representatives that, when Mr. Sharett arrives Mr. Casey will invite him… More ▸