WHEREVER THEY MAY BE
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RABAT AND THE
MIDDLE EAST

While waiting for that distant day to come, we are enjoying life for a few weeks at the swimming pool of the Dalia kibbutz. But all too soon Serge must return to Paris to study for his bar examination, which he will take in October. What a joy this vacation has been in the kibbutz, punctuated by lectures all over the country! What a lot of friends we now have in Israel!

The energetic Myriam Meyouhas, member of the city council of Jerusalem, has undertaken to form a committee to support my action. This idea is most welcome at a time when LICA, which has underwritten a large part of the expense of our work, has exhausted its resources. It will take some time to build up this committee, but by November it will be a going concern. Its cochairmen are deputies Haika Grossman of Mapam, and Benjamin Halevi of Likud.

Serge passes the bar examination. He is now a lawyer. Only 250 out of the 850 who took the examination passed. He had prepared for his orals in October in Israel while making a 55-minute program on the Irgun for French television. The film will show how brave men fought against the English for the independence of Israel. This struggle is fairly unknown, while people accept almost as gospel Arafat's allegations of collusion between Zionism and British imperialism.
     
   
 
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