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  • Mapam Demands Nationwide Referendum on Israel’s Foreign Policy; Hits Stand on Korea

    A demand that Israel’s foreign policy be submitted to a nationwide referendum was voiced in the Parliament today by leaders of the Mapam, the left-wing Socialist Party, during a debate on foreign affairs. Mapam leaders especially attacked Israel’s stand on the Korean issue at the United Nations. Itzhak Ben Aharon, one of the Mapam deputies,… More ▸

  • Four Jewish Chaplains Serve with U.S. Armed Forces in Korea; U.s.o. Revived

    Four Jewish chaplains with the American armed forces in Korea are keeping in constant touch with the troops and are continuing religious and cultural programs for Jewish personnel, it was reported here today by the National Jewish Welfare Board. The United Service Organization of World War II, in which the National Jewish Welfare Board represented… More ▸

  • U.N. Cease-fire Committee Presents Plan on Korea; Main Points Paraliel Israel’s Plan

    The United Nations three-man cease-fire committee today submitted a plan for a Korean settlement whose five main points paralleled the Israel plan. This made it unlikely that Israel, in conjunction with other sponsors, would introduce a cease-fire plan of its own. Israel’s delegates pointed out that this plan included these elements of the Israel plan:… More ▸

  • Israel Plan for Peace Settlement in Korea Attracts Serious Attention at United Nations

    The Israel delegation at the United Nations today began consultations with other U.N. delegations for the purpose of introducing a resolution embodying the Israel suggestions for a peace settlement in Korea. Israel delegates indicate that they consider present conditions favorable for a resolution based along the “line of approach” suggested by Israel last week. However,… More ▸

  • Israel’s Plan for Peaceful Settlement of Korea Crisis Gets Priority Consideration

    Israel emerged this week-end as the central figure in United Nations efforts to secure a peaceful solution of the Korean crisis as the Commonwealth Conference in London began consideration of the Israel plan for an overall Korean settlement prier to its presentation before the U.N. General Assembly. The plan was no longer in Israel’s name,… More ▸

  • Israel Selected to Participate in Talks on Korea with Chinese Communist Delegation

    Israel was selected today by U.N. Secretary-General Trygve Lie to participate in neutral-country discussions with the Chinese Communist delegation now visiting United Nations headquarters. In an effort to bring Wu Hsiu-chan and his Peking delegation into contact with supposedly middle-of-the-road delegations here to confer about the Korean crisis, Mr. Lie invited the representatives of five… More ▸

  • Four U.S. Rabbis Serve As Chaplains in Korea; 27 Serve As Chaplains Throughout World

    Chaplain Milton J. Rosen, of Chicago, has been assigned to an Army unit in Korea, it was announced today by the National Jewish Welfare Board’s Division of Religious Activities. Chaplain Rosen, who recently completed three-and-a-half years of active duty, including a period in Japan, will join three other Jewish chaplains now on duty in Korea…. More ▸