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Yom Kippur War

  • Sephardic Youth Parley Holds First National Convention

    The first national Sephardic youth conference ended yesterday by adopting resolutions calling for solidarity and support of Israel in “its time of crisis” along with other resolutions urging the narrowing of the gap between the Sephardic community in Israel and other segments of Israeli society, setting up an education committee among Israeli-Sephardic youth, supporting efforts… More ▸

  • New Approach to Emigration from West

    The Zionist Executive plenary meeting here last week decided on a new approach for the Zionist movement regarding emigration from Western countries. The plenary proposed that encouragement for aliya become the center of activities of Zionist organizations working closely with Jewish communities and organizations in the diaspora. The decision was reached after a lengthy debate… More ▸

  • News Brief

    Hebrew University students who are on active duty, wounded or convalescing as a result of the Yom Kippur War have been assured that the university will do all to ensure that they do not lose this academic year. More ▸

  • Cease-fire Talks Remain Deadlocked; Increased Alerts on Egyptian, Syrian Fronts

    The cease-fire talks today remained deadlocked on the issue of disengagement as Israeli forces maintained an increased alert on the Egyptian and Syrian fronts and the possibility grew that serious fighting would break out anew. Today’s meeting at the 101 kilometer checkpoint between the Israeli chief negotiator Gen, Aharon Yariv and Egyptian Gen.,Mohammed Gemassi was… More ▸

  • Mrs. Meir Warns War May Be Resumed; Efforts Continue to Break Deadlock

    Premier Golda Meir warned last night that war may be resumed at any moment as senior Israeli and Egyptian officers met in a final effort to break the impasse that has developed over the clause in the six-point cease-fire agreement calling for a “disengagement of forces” on the Egyptian front. Gen. Aharon Yariv, the chief… More ▸

  • News Brief

    Several thousand people attended a memorial service Monday night at the Libertad Temple to pay homage to the 1854 Israeli soldiers who died in the Yom Kippur War. An overflow audience of hundreds filled the street outside the temple to participate in the service. Israeli Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir, in Buenos Aires for a short… More ▸

  • News Brief

    Two judges, two former chiefs of staff and the state comptroller will comprise the inquiry commission which will examine what went wrong before the Yom Kippur War. The commission’s membership was announced last night by Supreme Court President Shimon Agranat who appointed himself chairman of the commission. The other judge is Supreme Court member Moshe… More ▸

  • Shooting Incidents on Cease-fire Line

    Israel reported several shooting incidents along the cease-fire lines on both the Egyptian and Syrian fronts today. An exchange of fire developed when Egyptian soldiers tried to capture a house near Ismailia that had not been in their hands when the cease-fire took effect, an Israeli spokesman said He claimed that Egyptian forces also opened… More ▸

  • Lza, ADL Urge Campaign to Counter Propaganda by Arab Oil States

    A Zionist leader said here today that American Jews will have to tell Americans over and over again that the oil shortage is not the result of the Yom Kippur War but because the United States is “not an abundant nation any more” and because there had been “no planning and no foresight” to meet… More ▸

  • Baker Says Energy Crisis Will Not Change U.S. Foreign Policy

    Sen. Howard H. Baker (R.Tenn.) expressed unequivocal support of Israel and declared that the energy crisis will not change the United States foreign policy. “I know the people of this country,” Baker said. “The foreign policy of the United States will not be distorted. We will not be blackmailed by economic sanctions.” Addressing the National… More ▸