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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-21

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East Problem

Friday, Jaaaary 21, 1972-43
TIE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

in Air

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SAM BARNETT-

Major., among the :Assn; under Israelis, an important step for- has publicly said on miles •e•
let them go ahead to study, the
discussion in Israel is the queistion ward will have been taken. At that maims, ewer .the ;raise, . and In
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Arab student will remain here
of the ,Ptileitinietts and the con- point it will be the turn of the ineetisgs with. Ambits. Ina radio_
and say: "This, then, is Israeli
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flicting views ell;"a possible' new Palestinian Arabs on the West interviewwidth ,,k,..hantle04 in
rule. I have graduated from
state
, or . one 'hi 'function together Bank to take up the challenge, and
Uds - TRIENEE-ARstalted Oswalt hi:
high school, but I have no job
with' Jordan for -the former Pales- by accepting the legitimacy of vitalism
het issued* iheLIPalestin.
and they don't let me study."
- "rti/egeet; to
' re- Israel pave the way for taking las Arab imetess,Itadws1 Minks*
Woubbet he became anti-Israeli
- patrhitisiL -

their place in that historic land to Wad hk hem. Tease 211111kai
to sack a situation, wouldn't be
There- are 'many Israelis who which, for better or worse, they belongs Es sue se dee most out-
and his ORCHESTRA
resort
to terrorism here?
insist even immediate action upon have to share with the Israelis."
"Music at its Best
spoken national* families IR
"We have to see the inhabl-
securing such a 'State to serve as
for Your Guests"
Nablus,
at
the
West
Bank,
and
Gen. Yehoshafat Harkabi's views
tanst of Gaza, Judea and
a basis dor-peace: The sponsors and are the more cautious, the more her anti-Israeli poems have been
Samaria as citizens and not as
supporters - of finch a task are -not distrustful of the views advanced widely quoted and broadcast en
557-7986
enemies. There are enemies
necessarilY- the "radicals." They by the author and editor of this radio standee an_ over the Arib
among them, and all of them
are the 'liberal forces who are volume, but there also are wort& Whet, Day= invited her
would like to get rid of us. But
Eye Doctors
striving to etiroll Arab support for what Avineri calls the more moder- to visit his home, many people
if
we, at our part, do not want
Prescriptions Filled
amicable agreenuitts--=
ate opinions of Mattityau Peled in Israel objected to what they
to
see
another
government
there,
A leader in this movement is and Shimon Shamir. Other views
called the aid and comfort which
we have to be their government.
Shlomo Avineri, chairman of the gathered for a thorough review of
was duel being given to the
ta0.17
And if we are the government,
political science department and the existing situation include those Palestinian guerrilla movement.
PRESCRIPTION OPTICAL CO.
we have to supply the people
the Eshkol Research Institute at of Arie I,. Eliav, who approves
Dayan's response to such an ob-
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Coolidge
543-3343 .
with employment and services,
the Hebrew University, and his Palestinians' claim to self-identity,
jection; broadcast over Israel
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give them civil rights, and not
controversial but thought-provoking Ehud Sprinzak and others, and radio, is indicative of the mea-
treat them as enemies."
book, "Israel and the Palestinians more especially those of Moshe sure of the man himself, as well
The Palestinian problem, con-
—Reflections on the Clash of Two Dayan.
as 'of the balanced mood charac-
National Movements," published by
of so many of the younger trary to the charges made by
It is the latter's position that teristic
terrorists,
anti-Semites and those
St. Martin's Press, should be
Israelis who were born or raised
who seek to destroy Israel, is not
studied as a basis for knowledge commands special attention. In his in the country."
ig nored. Israel is concerned. There
on the subject and for whatever intraductory essay Avineri ex-
The complete text of Dayan's are enough prominent Israelis to
for your party
acts may be undertaken in the plains:
"Since there exists in Israel statement (titled "'The Challenge help bring the issue to a head.
months—possibly years—ahead.
very little of the alienation be- of Coexistence"), presented as an The views of Arabs in the Avineri
Avineri himself-holds-to-the
BY
answer to the question whether he
view that the tonilict in the _ tween the intellectual and the was justified in inviting the Arab -book are not altogether encourag-
•political
spberei so charieteris-
ing but the road is being paved for
Middle East-is-not-between Is-
nationalist
poet
Fadwa
Toukan
to
tie of many Western societies,
a better understanding.
raelis and Palestinians. He des-
the debate about the Palestinians his home, is a classic and is a
Avineri's "Israel and the Pales-
cribes the unhappiness of the
great tribute to Israel's minister
has
involved
both
intellectuals
refegees under Jordanian rule
of defense. This article may in tinians" adds immeasurably to-
Call
and
politicians.
And
because
the
wards an approach to a serious
and he declares that "it now
Israeli army retires its officers the years to come serve as one of issue, the solution of which is so
seems clear that any settlement
the greatest tributes to the man of
when
they
are
in
their
forties
in
vital for Israel and her neighbors
of - the Arab-Israeli conflict that
order to discourage the formation war who seeks peace.
and for the entire world.
does not deal with the problem
Dayan's eight-page article in this
of a closed officers' caste, many
of Palestinian self-identity will
book concludes with this state-
ex-officers
pursue
second
careers
fall short of the requirements of
as academics, entering the uni- ment:
a true peaceful solution."
versity in middle age. Soine of
"According to our policy, we
The "bi-national state" propo-
/-1
do not attempt to stifle expres-
sal's difficulties are defined by these ex-officers also are rep-
sions of resistance if they do not
Avineri, and his proposal- calls for resented in this volume; it seems
clear that they are as sensitive
call for violence. I am happy that
the following: .
to the issues involved as the
there is an Arab newspaper in
The conflict between Israel -and
other writers. That Moshe Dayan
Eastern Jerusalem, and I know
the Arabs that arose in historic
that it is not pro-Israeli; if it
Palestine can come to an end if is himself sensitive to the ques-
were, it would be a quisling-type
both protagonists will accept each tion orthe self-Identity of Pales-
paper. An Arab population of
other's legitimacy. Israel has to tinians is evidenced by what he
almost a million people has to
accept the legitimate claim to the _
have
its own means of expres-
Palestinian Arabs . to a state of Germany to Repay
sion. If we look forward to the
their -min on tan_West
Thom %SO-9MS
normalization of our relations
mita* -*Ito perhaps= integrating Students Deprived
a hi. 9404:00
with that public, we should not
17540 WYOMING • TEL 341-1330 • Tues., Wed.
Trans-Jordan; the Palestinians
Sot. 1,4130
have to accept the legitimacy of of PhD by Nazis in '33 edit their newspapers for them.
They should run their own news-
Israel. It is the tragedy of the
BONN (JTA) — A precedent- papers. And we cannot forbid ~ asaaaaaas aaaaasasaaa
'
Palestinians that at present every
setting
decision
by
the
West
Ger-
them to listen to Arab radio and
one . of their organizations (PLO,
man
Supreme
Court
in
Karlsruhe
watch
Arab
TV.
I
know
that
they
Al Fatah, PFLP, PDFLP) denies
the legitimacy of Israel and thus has opened the way for the pay- listen to Cairo and Damascus,
helps to. frustrate any possible ment of reparations to Victims of and I know what is being broad-
cast from there, yet we should
Israeli attempt to accommodate to Nazism who were students in Ger-
the facts of Palestine Arab nation.. many during the Nazi era but not cut them off from the Arab
Were
unable
to
comolete
their
world. They are part of this I
alism. On the Israeli side,—the
world.
great hope is the younger genera- doctorates because of persecution.
The decision was taken, it was
"I feel that we should not
tion, which bears lise brunt of the
battle, and which is far more open- learned, by the Second Senate of prevent the five thousand stu-
the
West
German
Constitutional
dents
on the West Bank from
minded about the Palestinians
studying at Arab universities,
than its .elders; were the Israeli Court, which sits in Karlsruhe.
Legal
sources
here
said
that
the
again, in Cairo and Damascus,
government to give some concrete
expression to the mood of younger amount of reparations to be paid because we do not have Arab
under the new court ruling would universities for them here. I
9 Mile and Coolidge Store Only
be "very high." The court decided know that when they go to the
Israel Budget Hits
that according to the statutes of Arab universities, they not only
--
the reparations law, Jewish and receive an antl-Israelt education;
$4 Billion for 1972
other students forced to interrupt but some are even recruited to
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Finance their studies in 1933 are entitled Al Fatah. But if we would not
'Minister Pinhas Sapir submitted a to- reparations.
$4,000,000,000 budget for fiscal
AMPAL Celebrates
1972 to the cabinet which he hoped
would be anti-inflationary. The Right-Wing Extremists
30th Anniversary
budget is some $714,000,000 less Increase in W. Germany
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Ampal, the
than the original draft based on the
BONN (JTA) The number of American Israel Corp. founded
requests of all ministries and
extremist right-wing organizations originally to channel American
government departments.
It represents a series of com- in West Germany increased from investment capital into the infant
promises worked out by Sapir with 18 at the beginning of 1971 to 108 idustries of the Jewish community
other ministries, notably defense, at the end of the year, it was re- in Palestine, began celebrations
but not the ministry of education vealed by the Minister of Interior here to mark its 30th anniversary.
A special flight from New York
which still demands a budget in Hans Dietrich Genscher.
He said the proliferation of so brought over 150 Ampal directors
excess of what Sapir is prepared
and
shareholders to participate• in I
many
extremist
groups
indicates
to allow.
bow deePly divided the neo-Narls the celebrations. They were ac-
Sapir said more restrictions
are currently.
companied by representatives of Ii
would be imposed on business ex-
Genscher said that the math neo- five major American banks—The
penses and that the government will
approach wealthy Israelis for "vol. Nan party, Use 'National Democra- Bank of America; Manufacturers
=tart" contributions to raise part tic Party, etas no more than 20,000 Hanover Trust Co. - Chemical
of the additional 4140,000,000 Is- paid up members and is repre- Bank; National Bank of North
rael will head 'this year to
sented only- one member in the America; and the American Ex-
the anticipated inane of imml- Baden legislature.
press Co.
Nevertheless, he note d, the
During 1971, Ampal loaned
9 Atli* at
go, Oak Park
There would he a relaxation of patty's rank and file has become $87,000,000 to 81 Israeli institutions
taxes oh. wage, eared*
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. masusiummmswamulawamosmwasossodl
more extreme than in the past.
and companies.
.

FRANK PAUL



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