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September 10, 1971 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-09-10

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Israeli Official Baps Syrian. Charge
of Illegal Practice in Golan Heitthts

UNITED NATIONS (JTA)—The
Committee on the Elimination of
Racial Discrimination voted 9-4,
with one abstention, to draw the
General Assembly's attention to
Israeli practices in the occupied
Golan Heights.

The committee voted after study-
ing a 1970 supplementary report
from Syria, which lost the heights
in the Six-Day War.

Israel's deputy permanent rep-
resentative, Jacob Doron, promptly
retorted that Syria was "hardly a
country to be making complaints
about racial discrimination."

Doron said the complaints of il-
legal Israeli practices on the
heights "are completely devoid of
any foundation whatsoever and
have been refuted time and time
again." He cautioned the commit-
tee that "mere repetition should
not be allowed to take the place
of veracity."
Doron noted that the inhabitants
of the heights have not been ex-

polled and attributed the tension
there to "Syrian intransigence and
refusal to cooperate in the taking
of any constructive steps whatso-
ever for the establishment of
peace," such as acceptance of Se-
curity Council Resolution 242 of
Nov. 22, 1967, and of the subse-
quent peace mission of United
Nations representative Dr. Gunnar
V. Jarring.
"Furthermore," D o r on de-
clared, "although Syria is a party
to the Convention for the Elim-
ination of All Forms of Racial
Discrimination, it does in fact
severely discriminate against the
remnants of its Jewish popula-
tion, oppresses them in all as-
pects of everyday life, and yet
refuses them permission to leave,
contrary to its obligation under
. . . the convention . . ."
Israel, said Doron, "reject(s)
most emphatically all this cheap
defamation and perversion of
truth."
The nine nations voting for sub-

16—Friday, September 10, 1971

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