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  • Protest Rally Against Anti-jewish Terrorism Held in Montevideo

    Anti-Semitic violence in Montevideo, which has been mounting during the last few days, was strongly condemned here today at a special conference held under the joint auspices of the University Students Federation, the Federation of Labor, the Uruguayan Medical Association and the Press Association of Uruguay. The rally, called as a protest demonstration against anti-Jewish… More ▸

  • Montevideo Shaken by Anti-semitic Terrorism; Streets Patrolled

    Minister of Interior Nicolas Storace Arrosa summoned the chief of police of Montevideo today and demanded from him a report on what was being done to check the outbursts of anti-Semitic incidents in this capital city which culminated in the beating to death of an elderly Jew yesterday. The Minister will be questioned in Parliament… More ▸

  • Uruguay Takes Steps to Track Down Anti-jewish Terrorists

    The Uruguayan Embassy in Washington has informed the World Jewish Congress here that steps have been taken by the Uruguayan authorities to track down and punish the perpetrators of recent swastika carving attacks in Montevideo. The attacks, in which swastikas were carved on the bodies of a girl and a doctor, were brought to the… More ▸

  • Jewish Physician Attacked in Montevideo; Swastika Carved on His Body

    A 34-year-old Jewish physician, Dr. Maximon Handel, was attacked here last night by four anti-Semitic youths who bundled him into an automobile and carved a swastika on one of his legs. This was the third of such anti-Semitic attacks here in a few days. No arrests have been made in any of the assaults. Dr…. More ▸

  • Jewish Youths from 14 Latin American Lands to Convene in Montevideo

    Efforts to bring about closer ties between the Jewish youth in Latin American countries and Israel will be made next week at the first Latin American Jewish Youth Organizations conference, to be held at Montevideo, it was announced here today by Eliahu Dobkin, head of the Jewish Agency’s youth department at Jerusalem. According to Mr…. More ▸

  • Israeli Envoys in 10 Latin American Countries Confer in Montevideo

    possible repercussions throughout the South American continent of the forthcoming trial in Jerusalem of Nazi mass murderer Adolf Eichmann was under study today at a conference here of 10 Israel envoys to countries on the continent. The conference, under the chairmanship of Chaim Yahil, director-general of Israel’s Foreign Ministry, was convened primarily to study means… More ▸

  • Synagogue Bombed in Montevideo; Eichmann Followers Suspected

    Police probing the bombing of a synagogue here last night sought today to determine whether there was any tie between the attack and the recent seizure of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann in nearby Argentina. The bomb touched off a fire in the synagogue and damaged nearby buildings but no one was reported injured. Unexploded… More ▸

  • Golda Meir Signs Treaty of Commerce with Uruguay; Leaves for Chile

    Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel’s Foreign Minister, signed a treaty of commerce and navigation with Uruguay, and a payments agreement, yesterday, providing for most favored nations treatment between the two countries. Following a reception in her honor tendered by the Israel Embassy, Mrs. Meir left for Chile on the next leg of her South American tour…. More ▸

  • Golda Meir Addresses an Audience of 10, 000 in Montevideo Stadium

    Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel’s Foreign Minister, told an audience of 10,000 in a sports stadium that if peace with the Arabs was “nearer now, it is not because” President Nasser of the United Arab Republic “wishes it so but because he must think a lot before starting any military action against Israel. “ Mrs. Meir… More ▸