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January 1982

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  1. Hopes Raised For Improved Relations Between U.S. And Israel, JTA, Jan. 4, 1982.
  2. Reagan Warns Israel Against Annexing The West Bank, JTA, Jan. 4, 1982.
  3. Israel Reacts Cautiously To New Saudi Peace Pronouncement, JTA, Jan. 4, 1982.
  4. Egyptian Foreign Minister Still Hoping For A European Initiative, JTA, Jan. 4, 1982.
  5. Jews And Poles Rally Against Anti-semitic Acts In Poland, JTA, Jan. 4, 1982.
  6. Cabinet Extends Eitan’s Item; Appoints Mandelbaum As The Governor Of The Bank Of Israel, JTA, Jan. 4, 1982.
  7. Cabinet Divided Over How To Deal With Settlers Of Yamit, JTA, Jan. 4, 1982.
  8. U.S. And Canadian Dollars And Swiss Francs Were The Only Currencies That Kept Pace With Inflation In Israel During 1981, JTA, Jan. 4, 1982.
  9. Rightwing California Gop State Senator Stripped Of Three Posts For Making Anti-semitic Remarks, JTA, Jan. 4, 1982.
  10. Bir Zeit To Reopen, JTA, Jan. 4, 1982.
  11. Peres, Rabin Warn That Israel Has To Avoid Binding Commitment To Christian Militia In Lebanon, JTA, Jan. 4, 1982.
  12. Aide To Ceausescu To Meet With Begin And Other Israeli Officials, JTA, Jan. 5, 1982.
  13. Shamir Urges Action To Defend Democracy In Poland, JTA, Jan. 5, 1982.
  14. Brzezinski- U.S. Jews Exercized Legitimate Right In Pressuring The Administration On Foreign Policy, JTA, Jan. 5, 1982.
  15. Indefinite Curfew Imposed On Rafah, JTA, Jan. 5, 1982.
  16. Labor Alignment Doves Join Non-aligned Leftists And Liberals To Form A New Group To Counter Alignment’s Drift To The Right, JTA, Jan. 5, 1982.
  17. U.S. Welcomes Egypt’s Purchase Of Jet Combat Aircraft From France, JTA, Jan. 5, 1982.
  18. Bonn Hesitant About Visit To Israel By German Foreign Minister, JTA, Jan. 5, 1982.
  19. Background Report A Tenacious Defense Minister, JTA, Jan. 5, 1982.
  20. Cuba, PLO In Joint Venture On Film Dealing With Palestinians, JTA, Jan. 5, 1982.
  21. Report Wildlife Has Been Harmed in South Sinai Since Israel Returned the Area to Egypt, JTA, Jan. 5, 1982.
  22. United Synagogue of America Launches National Park in Galilee, JTA, Jan. 5, 1982.
  23. Naor Submits His Resignation, JTA, Jan. 5, 1982.
  24. Israel Said It Is Not Surprised by Latest Saudi Disavowal, JTA, Jan. 6, 1982.
  25. Shamir to Meet with the Pope, JTA, Jan. 6, 1982.
  26. UN Security Council to Meet Wednesday to Consider Israel’s Golan Action, JTA, Jan. 6, 1982.
  27. ADL Survey- Anti-semitic Incidents in 1981 More Than Doubled since 1980, JTA, Jan. 6, 1982.
  28. West Berlin Jewish Leaders Concerned about Anti-semitism In Poland, JTA, Jan. 6, 1982.
  29. UNIFIL Chief Believes Quiet Will Prevail on Israel-lebanon Border, JTA, Jan. 6, 1982.
  30. Report Project Renewal Is Showing Signs of Success, JTA, Jan. 6, 1982.
  31. Modai under Investigation for Alleged Oil Deals Kick-backs When He Was Energy Minister, JTA, Jan. 6, 1982.
  32. Israel Government Urged to Concentrate on Nuclear Power to Make It Independent of Imported Oil, JTA, Jan. 6, 1982.
  33. Haig’s Mideast Visit Still Uncertain, JTA, Jan. 6, 1982.
  34. Israel’s Exports to The U.S. Went over the $1 Billion Mark in 1981, JTA, Jan. 6, 1982.
  35. Polish Americans Condemn Warsaw Regime for Anti-semitism, JTA, Jan. 6, 1982.
  36. Poll Shows U.S. Public Maintains Its Strong Support of Israel, JTA, Jan. 6, 1982.
  37. 1,000 Immigrants from Rumania, JTA, Jan. 6, 1982.
  38. State Department Eases Rules on Asylum for Iranian Jews, Christians, JTA, Jan. 7, 1982.
  39. Tightening of Israel-Rumania Commercial Ties are in the Offing, JTA, Jan. 7, 1982.
  40. Background Report 80 Percent of Austrian Population Harbors Anti-semitic Sentiments, JTA, Jan. 7, 1982.
  41. Cabinet to Consider Compromise Compensation for Yamit Settlers, JTA, Jan. 7, 1982.
  42. Jewish Agency in Dispute with Austria over Processing Soviet Jews, JTA, Jan. 7, 1982.
  43. Stein Resigns White House Post, JTA, Jan. 7, 1982.
  44. Anti-semitic Bias Found in Italy, JTA, Jan. 7, 1982.
  45. Haig to Visit Mideast Next Week, JTA, Jan. 7, 1982.
  46. Behind the Headlines Power Struggle among Conservative Jews Continues on Best Way to Create Conservative Zionist Group, JTA, Jan. 7, 1982.
  47. Cabinet Votes 5-4 for $250 Million Compensation Package for the Settlers in Northern Sinai, JTA, Jan. 8, 1982.
  48. Report 19 Killed, 223 Wounded in West Germany by Neo-nazi Terrorism since September 1978, JTA, Jan. 8, 1982.
  49. Poland’s Premier, Responding to Public Criticism, Acting to End Anti-semitism by His Military Regime, JTA, Jan. 8, 1982.
  50. UN Debate on the Golan Issue, JTA, Jan. 8, 1982.
  51. Pope Urges Israel to Work Harder for Just, Stable Mideast Peace, JTA, Jan. 8, 1982.
  52. Haig Going to Mideast Next Week to Make a ‘Personal Assessment’ of the Status of Autonomy Negotiations, JTA, Jan. 8, 1982.
  53. Man Being Sought for Allegedly Labeling Non-kosher Meat as Kosher, JTA, Jan. 8, 1982.
  54. Israel Bond Organization Produced $432,958,900 In Cash In 1981, JTA, Jan. 8, 1982.
  55. Labor Zionist Sees West Bank Issue, Palestinian Problem as Dominating Israeli Politics in the Year Ahead, JTA, Jan. 8, 1982.
  56. Modai Calls for Official Inquiry, JTA, Jan. 8, 1982.
  57. New Moves on The Golan, JTA, Jan. 8, 1982.
  58. Weinberger Charges that Israel, Not The U.S., Cancelled the Strategic Cooperation Agreement, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  59. Eitan- Syria is Taking Steps that Could Lead to War with Israel, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  60. Israel Still Not Ready to Agree to Allow East Jerusalem Arabs to Vote for Autonomy, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  61. Leading Congressman Raps U.S. Policy in the Mideast, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  62. Begin Endorses in Principle Modai’s Demand for Inquiry Commission to Investigate Charges, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  63. Kreisky Rejects Jewish Agency Charges that Austria is Interfering in the Processing of Soviet Jews, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  64. Memorial to Holocaust Victims, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  65. Barlev Fires Blast at Sharon, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  66. Reform Rabbi Says Israeli Leaders Must Pay Attention to Changing Mood in U.S. Jewish Community, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  67. Shcharansky Described as Being in Poor Physical Condition, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  68. Waxman Asks USSR to Permit His Cousin to Emigrate to Israel, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  69. Yitzhak Tunik Approved by Knesset Unit as The New State Comptroller, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  70. Israeli Officials Say U.S. Must Press Egypt to Soften Its Position on Four Key Issues in Autonomy Talks, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  71. Knesset Finance Unit Balks at Compensation Offer to Sinai Settlers, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  72. U.S. Neo-Nazi Said to Have Provided German Neo-Nazis with Large Quantities of Anti-semitic Material, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  73. Martin Luther King’s Role as Civil Rights Leader and Friend of Israel, Soviet Jews Honored by Jewish Group, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  74. Dinitz Warns of Adverse U.S. Actions towards Israel after April, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  75. Begin to Raise Issue of Shcharansky at Meeting with Haig Thursday, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  76. UN Debate on Golan Continues, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  77. Arabs Ask Unesco to Take Measures to Safeguard Rights on the Golan, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  78. Background Report the Sinai Withdrawal Issue, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  79. Cop Wounded in Bomb Blast, JTA, Jan. 11, 1982.
  80. Begin Rejects Reassessment of Compensation to Sinai Settlers, JTA, Jan. 13, 1982.
  81. Special to the JTA Orthodox Coalition Says Those Studying for the Rabbinate Must Abide by Reagan’s Decision to Continue Draft Registration, JTA, Jan. 13, 1982.
  82. Dispute over Role of ‘Green Patrols’ in Dealing with Bedouin Population, JTA, Jan. 13, 1982.
  83. Abu-Hatzeira Denies Charges, JTA, Jan. 13, 1982.
  84. Zaire Seeks Compromise in UN Debate on Israel’s Golan Action, JTA, Jan. 13, 1982.
  85. Lazar Weiner Dead at 84, JTA, Jan. 13, 1982.
  86. Njcrac Official Says Falashas Face Extinction from Famine and Various Forms of Persecution, JTA, Jan. 13, 1982.
  87. Israeli, Egyptian Tennis Players Get Along Well, JTA, Jan. 13, 1982.
  88. Behind the Headlines- The Semantics of the Vatican, JTA, Jan. 13, 1982.
  89. Report Bombs Set Off at Israel, Other Embassies in Guatemala, JTA, Jan. 14, 1982.
  90. Four EEC Countries Indicate Readiness to Participate in the Sinai Peacekeeping Force, JTA, Jan. 14, 1982.
  91. Weinberger Going to the Mideast But He Will Not Visit Israel, JTA, Jan. 14, 1982.
  92. On The Eve of Haig’s Visit- No Breakthrough Seen in Autonomy Talks with Egypt, JTA, Jan. 14, 1982.
  93. Begin Defends His Intervention to Kill a Radio News Broadcast Critical of the Defense Minister, JTA, Jan. 14, 1982.
  94. Evron Calls For U.S.-Israel Dialogue to End Friction between Them, JTA, Jan. 14, 1982.
  95. U.S. Mideast Policies under Fire, JTA, Jan. 14, 1982.
  96. Sinai Settlers Claim Victory, JTA, Jan. 14, 1982.
  97. Efforts in Maryland to Stop Growing Number of Racist Incidents, JTA, Jan. 14, 1982.
  98. Report Rosen Will Settle in Tel Aviv, JTA, Jan. 14, 1982.
  99. Eva Schocken Glaser Dead at 63, JTA, Jan. 14, 1982.
  100. Dulzin- Lack of Cash Income from Diaspora Endangering Project Renewal, JTA, Jan. 14, 1982.
  101. Soviet Magazine Charges ‘Zionist Elements’ in Solidarity Are Receiving ‘Aid from Mossad,’ JTA, Jan. 15, 1982.
  102. Holland Says It Is Ready to Participate in Sinai Force on the Basis of the Venice, Declaration, JTA, Jan. 15, 1982.
  103. Haig, in Israel, Says He Came to ‘Primarily Focus on the Peace Process,’ JTA, Jan. 15, 1982.
  104. UN Council Due to Vote Friday on a Tough Anti-israel Resolution, JTA, Jan. 15, 1982.
  105. Max Leibovich Dead at 75, JTA, Jan. 15, 1982.
  106. Giscard Plans to Visit Israel, JTA, Jan. 15, 1982.
  107. Ex-Nazi Sentenced, Then Freed, JTA, Jan. 15, 1982.
  108. France Places Conditions on Reconstructing Iraq’s Nuke Reactor, JTA, Jan. 15, 1982.
  109. Small Number of Jews from Poland Allowed to Leave for West Germany, JTA, Jan. 15, 1982.
  110. Medical History in Israel, JTA, Jan. 15, 1982.
  111. Aridor Confirms His Opposition to High Payment to Sinai Settlers, JTA, Jan. 15, 1982.
  112. Mexican Tortillas Have a New Ingredient- A Special Protein Enriched Flour Developed in Israel, JTA, Jan. 15, 1982.
  113. NYU Plans Anwar Sadat Chair, JTA, Jan. 15, 1982.
  114. Fernando Levisky Dead at 71, JTA, Jan. 15, 1982.
  115. 25 Persons Injured in Terrorist Bombing of West Berlin Restaurant, JTA, Jan. 18, 1982.
  116. Mitterrand Going to Israel in March, JTA, Jan. 18, 1982.
  117. Sharon to Confer with Egyptian Officials during Four-Day Visit, JTA, Jan. 18, 1982.
  118. UN Council to Set Date for Voting on Anti-israel Resolutions, JTA, Jan. 18, 1982.
  119. Anti-Semitism in California, JTA, Jan. 18, 1982.
  120. Moshe Harif, Wife and Son Killed in a Traffic Accident, JTA, Jan. 18, 1982.
  121. Committee of Inquiry Established, JTA, Jan. 18, 1982.
  122. Arab Sources to Finance World Conference Center in Vienna, JTA, Jan. 18, 1982.
  123. Probe Begun into Large-scale Arab Investments in the U.S., JTA, Jan. 18, 1982.
  124. Judge Probing Red Brigade Accuses Israel of Trying to Destabilize Italy, JTA, Jan. 18, 1982.
  125. Antonio Cunha Bueno Dead at 63, JTA, Jan. 18, 1982.
  126. Background Report Haig and Weinberger as the Administration’s Odd Couple, JTA, Jan. 18, 1982.
  127. Israel Is in No Hurry to Respond to Four West European Countries on Their Participating in Sinai Force, JTA, Jan. 19, 1982.
  128. Report Egypt Agrees to Allow Israelis to Remove Structures from Sinai After Area Is Returned in April, JTA, Jan. 19, 1982.
  129. Haig Promises to Raise Issue of Soviet Jews, Particularly Shcharansky, When He Meets Gromyko, JTA, Jan. 19, 1982.
  130. Mitterrand Promises to Intercede on Behalf of Two West Bank Mayors, JTA, Jan. 19, 1982.
  131. Development Underway of at Least 20 New Settlements in Western Negev, JTA, Jan. 19, 1982.
  132. A New Film about the Holocaust Is a Dramatic Reminder That It Did Happen, JTA, Jan. 19, 1982.
  133. Jews Are Still Scarce in the Upper Echelons of Banks in Philadelphia, JTA, Jan. 19, 1982.
  134. Israel Cut Inflation Rate by 31 Percentage Points in 1981, JTA, Jan. 19, 1982.
  135. JDC Continuing to Extend Aid to the Jewish Community in Poland, JTA, Jan. 19, 1982.
  136. UJA Collects $301 Million in 1981, JTA, Jan. 19, 1982.
  137. Another Victory for Sinai Settlers, JTA, Jan. 19, 1982.
  138. Reagan Stresses There Is No Deadline for an Autonomy Accord, JTA, Jan. 20, 1982.
  139. Report Sharon Has Succeeded in Getting Egyptians to Agree on a Number of His Proposals, JTA, Jan. 20, 1982.
  140. Israel to Seek ‘Clarifications’ from European Nations Concerning Their Participation in the Sinai Force, JTA, Jan. 20, 1982.
  141. Druckman Says He Is Confident Israel’s Final Withdrawal from the Sinai Will Be Halted, JTA, Jan. 20, 1982.
  142. Israel Denies Syrians Fired at Israeli Aircraft, JTA, Jan. 20, 1982.
  143. Rabbi Says Priority of U.S. Jews Shifting Away from Israel and Towards the American Jewish Community, JTA, Jan. 20, 1982.
  144. Ben-Elissar Succeeds Arens as Chairman of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Security Committee, JTA, Jan. 20, 1982.
  145. Verdict Expected Next Week in Trial of Two Terrorists Who Attacked Jewish Center Last August, Jan. 20, 1982.
  146. SCLC Denies Inviting Arafat to Visit the United States, Jan. 20, 1982.
  147. Study Shows Intermarriage Among Soviet Jews Approaches 50 Percent, Jan. 20, 1982.
  148. Behind the Headlines a Public ‘Trial’ on Yerida, Jan. 20, 1982.
  149. Begin Assures Reagan on Israel’s Restraint in Lebanon and the April Deadline for Withdrawal from Sinai, Jan. 21, 1982.
  150. Sharon, Hassan Ali Sign 12 Accords, Jan. 21, 1982.
  151. Mubarak- Egypt Will Not Improve Relations with Arab World at the Expense of Its Relations with Israel, Jan. 21, 1982.
  152. New Head of European Parliament Described as a Friend of Israel but Critical of Some of Begin’s Policies, Jan. 21, 1982.
  153. Italian Police Arrest Two Suspected Members of a German Neo-Nazi Group, Jan. 21, 1982.
  154. German City Bans License Plates with Letters Alluding to Nazi Era, Jan. 21, 1982.
  155. Leopold Trepper Dead At 77, Jan. 21, 1982.
  156. U.S. Expected to Veto Anti-Israel Resolution in UN Council, Jan. 21, 1982.
  157. Holocaust Survivors Mark Anniversary of Wannsee Conference by Testifying to the Reality of the Holocaust, Jan. 21, 1982.
  158. Mitterrand to Inaugurate Exhibition of Illustrations for Dayan’s Book, Jan. 21, 1982.
  159. U.S. Confident on Europeans Being in the Sinai Force, Jan. 21, 1982.
  160. Special to the JTA Gain for Jews Seen in Outcome of Debate over Denying Tax Exemptions to Schools Found Guilty of Racism, Jan. 21, 1982.
  161. Haig Definitely Returning to Israel and Egypt Next Week, Jan. 22, 1982.
  162. Religious Ministry, Chief Rabbinate Challenged to Show Cause Why Reform Rabbis Should Not Perform Marriages, Jan. 22, 1982.
  163. Remove Math and Computer Conferences from Poland, Two Groups Urge, Jan. 22, 1982.
  164. U.S. Vetoes Anti-israel Measure in UN, Jan. 22, 1982.
  165. PLO Rep Asks PLO to Approve Continuing Talks with Israeli Doves, Jan. 22, 1982.
  166. Two Members of David Graiver’s Family Released from Argentine Jail, Jan. 22, 1982.
  167. Carrington to Visit Israel, Jan. 22, 1982.
  168. Exports of Israeli Processed Food, Agricultural Products Edging Up to the $1 Billion a Year Mark, Jan. 22, 1982.
  169. PLO Said to Have Adopted Nazi Methods in Its Aim to Destroy Israel, Jan. 22, 1982.
  170. Permanent Exhibit on Anti-semitism, Jan. 22, 1982.
  171. Ort Schools to Emphasize Computer Training in the 1980’s, Jan. 22, 1982.
  172. First Meeting in the U.S. of the World Conference on Soviet Jewry Scheduled in Washington Jan. 26-28, Jan. 22, 1982.
  173. Hassan Ali Calls for Israel and PLO to Mutually Recognize Each Other, JTA, Jan. 25, 1982.
  174. Kirkpatrick Says the PLO Does Not Speak for All Palestinians, JTA, Jan. 25, 1982.
  175. Freij Urges PLO to Recognize Israel, JTA, Jan. 25, 1982.
  176. Sarid in Trouble for Saying He Is Willing to Meet with Arafat, JTA, Jan. 25, 1982.
  177. Two Terrorists Get Life Terms, JTA, Jan. 25, 1982.
  178. Reform, Conservative Leaders Hail Israeli High Court Challenge to Rabbinate on the Rights of Reform Rabbis to Perform Marriages, JTA, Jan. 25, 1982.
  179. Two Congressmen Say Soviet Jews Are Being Held ‘Hostage’ for Future Deals with the United States, JTA, Jan. 25, 1982.
  180. WJC Leader Foresees Dialogue between World Jewry and India, JTA, Jan. 25, 1982.
  181. Levy Demands That Druckman Be Recalled from The U.S., JTA, Jan. 25, 1982.
  182. Anti-semitism in the U.S. Assessed At NJCRAC Plenum, JTA, Jan. 25, 1982.
  183. Morris Nobleman Dead At 90, JTA, Jan. 25, 1982.
  184. Sharon’s Reported Proposal to Sell Structures and Equipment in Sinai to Egypt Draws Strong Protests, JTA, Jan. 26, 1982.
  185. Gaza Mayor Joins Freij on Calling on the PLO to Recognize Israel, JTA, Jan. 26, 1982.
  186. A Deputy Minister Denies Making a Personal Contribution to Settlers Opposed to Withdrawing from Sinai, JTA, Jan. 26, 1982.
  187. Cabinet Defers Decision on Aridor’s Proposed 475 Billion Shekel Budget for the New Fiscal Year, JTA, Jan. 26, 1982.
  188. Yerida Attributed to Acute Housing Shortage and Unemployment in Israel, JTA, Jan. 26, 1982.
  189. Israel Government to Take Over Hadassah High School in Jerusalem, JTA, Jan. 26, 1982.
  190. Soviet Jewish Community in L.A. Disturbed by Police Charge that USSR is Sending Criminals and Terrorists into City Disguised as Jews, JTA, Jan. 26, 1982.
  191. U.S. Not Concerned with Egyptian Request to Soviet Union to Send Industrial Experts to Egypt, JTA, Jan. 26, 1982.
  192. Neo-Nazis Disrupt Synagogue Services, JTA, Jan. 26, 1982.
  193. Background Report a Leading Conservative Defends Israel’s Action on the Golan, JTA, Jan. 26, 1982.
  194. Reagan Administration Proposes Sale of $79 Million Communications System to Arab Consortium which Includes Libya and the PLO, JTA, Jan. 27, 1982.
  195. Government Survives No-Confidence Vote on Issue of Compensation Payments to Settlers in Sinai, JTA, Jan. 27, 1982.
  196. Sharon- Egypt Will Not End Peace Process after April 26, JTA, Jan. 27, 1982.
  197. Dulzin Says There Is a Fear that Soviet Jews Will Once Again Become the ‘Silent Jewry,’ JTA, Jan. 27, 1982.
  198. Genscher Is Expected to Visit Israel in April or May, JTA, Jan. 27, 1982.
  199. Report Plan to Destabilize Italy Is Masterminded by Communist Bloc Employing Palestinian Terror Gangs, JTA, Jan. 27, 1982.
  200. Reform Congregation in Wales to Start Special Prayer for Wales to Be Recited in the Welsh Language, JTA, Jan. 27, 1982.
  201. L.A. Police Chief Rebuked for Report that the USSR Is Sending Terrorists to City Disguised as Jews, JTA, Jan. 27, 1982.
  202. Ayatollah Denounces Fahd Plan, JTA, Jan. 27, 1982.
  203. Special Interview Arens Ponders His Future, JTA, Jan. 27, 1982.
  204. Haig Back in Israel in Effort to Break Impasse on Autonomy Talks, JTA, Jan. 28, 1982.
  205. Special to the JTA- Haig Talked to Gromyko about Shcharansky, Emigration of Jews, JTA, Jan. 28, 1982.
  206. UN Assembly to Meet on Golan Issue, JTA, Jan. 28, 1982.
  207. Cheysson- France Considers Israel’s Golan Action As ‘Null And Void,’ JTA, Jan. 28, 1982.
  208. Lawmaker Gives Reagan Mixed Report Card for His Middle East Policy, JTA, Jan. 28, 1982.
  209. Moshe Cohen Dead At 63, JTA, Jan. 28, 1982.

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