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Dawn of a New Year: Rosli Hashona Hardly had the Hebrew Year open- ed, when President Gamal Abdei Nassei, of the United Arab Republic, declared that the United Nations was forgetting its charter and disregarding its responsibilities toward the rights of the people cf Palestine.
This was far from an auspicious beginning for the Hebrew New Year. Neither was it a happy start for the new General Assembly session, which also saw Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev banging his shoe on the table be- fore him, and Cuba's new dictator, Fidel Cas- tro, telling the UN delegates what to expect of his country during the months ahead.
As prepares to join the ranks of chronological history, we recall with anxiety the note in Castro's voice, no less than in Khrushchev's and Nasser's.
And we wonder ifwhich will be launched at Rosh Ha- shona services on Sunday evening, holds out hope for improvement in Jewish and human affairs. This is the repetitive inclination in man to strive toward the horizon of progress, even as the forces of reaction are busily engaged in dragging him backward.
And, although the optimistic note of Rosh Hashona again found Jewish communities throughout the world praying for a fruitful future, the realities of the year saw as many persons and plots intent on frustrating their most noble ambitions.
On Israel's Homefront From Israel; since the advent ofcame these major stories: There were the frantic preparations for the opening of the trial of the notorious Nazi mur- derer, Adolf Eichmann, and then the trial it- self, with the manifold efforts at justification of the proceeding finally, although not en- tirely, placed into the background.
On the eve of Rosh Hashona There was the Aug. Israelis went to the polls on a hot and humid day to replace things as they were: There was, during the firing of She IT. Club, whoso membership totals only seven. There was, as well, the continuation cf the Arab blockade, with all its political and economic implications, a blockade far from exclusive in its impact on Israel and the Mid- dle East.
For, when Gamal Abdel Nasser arrived here within days after the beginning of the Hebrew Year to vow he would not accept the loss of Palestine, former President Eisen- hower praised the Egyptian strongman and allowed that the matter ot blockade, especially c: Eisenhower, a singular ex- pert in this affair as the personal savior of Nas- ser on the sands of Sinai back indid not find himself alone in statements about the blockade.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Democrat cf Massachusetts, his party's candidate for the Presidency of the United States, rose on the eve of Rosh Hashona before a national convention of the Zionist Organization of Amer- ica in New York City to make a series of for- eign policy statements concerning Israel and the Arab nations that he promptly proceeded to forget as soon as he defeated his Republican opponent.
Vice President Richard Nixon, and moved into the commodious and redecorated environs of the White House. Additionally, American Jewry felt the im- pact of the blockade as sorely as did Israel. Seymour Halpern, Republican of New York, rose in the House of Representatives to protest that he was denied a visa for travel through the Arab countries because of his religion.
The State Department, for its part, found the Halpem predicament no predica- ment at all, dismissing the protest out of hand.
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