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August 29, 1969 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-08-29

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Woe unto me when all men
JERUSALEM'S NAME
Jerusalem was renamed Aelia praise me!—George Bernard Shaw.
Capitolina by the Romans follow
ing the failure of the Bar Kokhba 10—Friday, August 29, 1969
revolt in 135 CE. It was named
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
after the emperor Aelius (Hadrian)
tions was played by Jaime de and the god, Jupiter Capitolinus.
Pinies of Spain, this month's presi- Jews were forbidden to enter the
WHEN 't
CeCyJAll
dent of the Security Council, who. city except for the fast of Tisha
speaking for Spain in winding up b'Av.
/*it
the council debate, had demanded
The artists who seek perfection
the sharpest condemnation of Is-
in everything are those who can at-
rael and the threat of further
. tain it in nothing.—Eugene Dela-
council action if further violations
croix.
occurred.
1 —
The resolution which the United
States accepted and which was
NORTHWEST AREA RESIDENTS
unanimously adopted, condemned
the Israel air action of Aug. 11,
deplored "all violent incidents in
AT
violation of the cease fire"; de-
plored the extension of the area of
fighting and declared that military
reprisal and other grave violations
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of the cease fire "cannot be tol-
erated." The resolution warned
that the council would have to con-
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sider "further and more effective
steps as envisaged in the charter"
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to ensure against repitition,
The condemnation of Israel
was hailed by Aleksi V. Zakha-
LIVONIA JEWISH CONGREGATION
rov of the Soviet Union as a
moral and political defeat for
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Israel and for "the extremist
policies of the present Israeli
government."
But Ambassador Yosef Tekoah
of Israel rejected this view. The
resolution, as adopted, he said, re-
flected the internal difficulties of
September 12, 13, 14
the Security Council which pre-
vented it from adopting a fair and
, balanced resolution on this ques-
tion.
September 21 & 22
The resolution, he said, must be
regarded primarily as a reflection
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of the arithmetic of the council
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membership. Of the 15 members
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had no diplomatic relations with
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Israel or denied Israel's right to

Security Council Condemns Israel
Eor Strike Against Lebanon Bases

UNITED . NATIONS (JTA)—Re-
newed efforts to induce Israel and
Lebanon to accept the presence of
United Nations observers on their
,erritory on both sides of the Is-
•aeli-Lebanese frontier were ex-
pected Wednesday to follow the
Security Council's unanimous con-
demnation of Israel for its Aug.
11 airstrike against guerrilla bases
near Mount Hermon on Lebanese
territory.
Lebanon previously rejected a
formal proposal by Secretary-Gen-
eral U Thant, arguing instead for
reactivation of the Mixed Armi-
stice Commission set up under the
1949 armistice. Israel, which con-
siders the armistice agreements
(lead letters. said it would con-
sider the proposals if and when
Lebanon changed its position.
Both Lord Caradon of Britain
and Ambassador Charles W. Yost
of the United States, in explana-
tion of their votes Tuesday night.
renewed endorsement of the pro-
posal for extension of the UN ob-
server force to the Israeli-Leban-
ese cease-fire lines. Matti Cawen,
speaking for Finland, also urged
the positioning of UN observers
a, a measure to help restore peace
on the frontier.
Despite the American vote for
the resolution, its adoption was

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considered a setback for the
United States; Ambassador Yost
admitted that the resolution "did
not deal in as balanced a way
as my delegation would have
liked with the cycle of provoca-
tions and reprisal responsible for
extending the violence to this
frontier."
When the council first began
consideration of the Lebanese and
Israeli cross-complaints on Aug.
23, Ambassador Yost called for a
condemnation of the Israeli attack
and, equally, for condemnation of
the attacks on Israel. mountel
from Lebanese territory which had
preceded it.
During the more than a week of
negotiations, the American pro-
posal for even-handed condemna-
tion was successively whittled
down to the point where no spe-
cific reference was made to the
attacks which provoked the Israeli
response, and other violations of
the cease-fire were "deplored"
rather than "condemned."
The leading role in the negotia-

Fedaveen Apply
Viet (*.ono- Reason
to War on Israel

WASHINGTON (JTA) Scripps-
Howard staff writer Richard
Starnes reported Wednesday from
Amman to the Washington Daily
News and other newspapers that
fedayeen spokesmen acknowl-
edge Israeli military strength but
cite guerrilla attrition imposed
by the Viet Cong on the United
States in Vietnam as an example
of what they hope to achieve.
Starnes said "Fedayeen spokes-
men concede "Israel's security is
good but they insist that the price
of keeping it good is one that the
Jewish state cannot endure indefi-
nitely. They point at the American
experience in Vietnam, where an
advanced industrial country proved
itself unequal to putting down
guerrilla war, and they make much
of one of the immutable facts of
guerrilla warfare: defending forces
must outnumber raiders substan-
tially (the classical formula is 10
to 1) before they can be put
down."

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Lennon and his Japanese wife,
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broadcast peace mesages to Middle
East countries.
Nathan received his nickname
after three unsuccessful attempts
to carry personal peace plans to
Egyptian President Gamal Abdel
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