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March 03, 1972 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-03

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Michael , Herr in/4:K
_. --- heSnain .vaaces.” Compthienting American
for demOciatie:: :
A'respect- Jewry for its financial
financial support of
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, azl-'
e only IsraeL be added, smiling: "EVery
- -trtkir •.Catholic.--
tiiTtidin- Hatikvs third world country Should have an
front-. the i Phisi
s de Book of Polk American Jewish community."
Songs 25 years ago, spoke up for a "Israelis have learnedll kinds
- strong -Israel ina talk Sunday night -of-lessons
-about economic develop-
at the Jewish Center.
- ment that could help•--!..the Arab;
FiarringtoiCreoncluded a - three,. Misses," he, said. "Peaee in the-
lecture aerie sponaored by the •Middle East should be presented
Layman's, Institute '--.4a , the ,„ hal: as itt opportunity for joint develop-
die East. In his talk, heard by some ment of the Middle East—a shar-
350 adults and young - people, - he lug of technology."
dismissed the myth -that Israel is
an agent of American imperialism,
explained the dangers in neo-isola.
tionism after -the debacle in Viet-
nam and emphasized the need for
face-to-face negotiatiorati:A.between
Israel and the Arabii;^ based on
secure frontiers,
Describing -himself as a "down-
the-line dove- on yietnam :, and a
.
down-the line supporterof -Israel's - -
right to exist and American
-
port of her rightte exist," Herring--
ton explained:. "It's A. dangerous -.-
disservice to the clause bf_reace in
the "Middle -Eaer to -etlhate -the
most tragic war in .our„,..hist.ori .„,,,
(Vietnam)" with'Stapport to the de:-
mocratie socialist liberation move-
ment that Israel - represents. -- "It
is a wrong conclusion, to say that
because we, went into- ,Vietnam
We should withdraw everywhere."
Harrington lAbeled. as "badly
thought-out and old-fashioned" the
theory that Israel is an agent
of American econorak
He pointed tatt that since World
War II, the-United-States has been
Investing intbe wealth of Europe,
Japan and Asia, not in so-called
third world countries: In fact, he
said, it is the_exceptian to the -ece-
nomic rule, and it is to America's
credit, that she continues to sup-
port Israel despite the Arab empire
of oil that is so vital to the U.S:
Harrington stressed the im-
portance of face-to-face talks be-
tween Israel and the Arab
states. "The. idea litak4bu can
make peaceln secret is false and
dangerous," he said. "Face-to-
face meetings :are required be-
cause the Arab people must be
-leld the-war a1f-M,Harrinliton
ilio'Cinsidert 'dangerous the poli-
cy of Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat of talking belligerently for
domestic consumption and then
claiming abroad that he is for -
peace. All that this accomplishes, -
Harrington said, Is substitution
of antilsraelism for much-needed
reform at home.
Israel---has "enormous contril3u-
tions"- to make to the Arabs, Har-
ringtoti said. - "One reason that
American capital developed was
because- of the aft. of an enor-
mously- talented ..popniation from
Europe. Israel alone among, the
nations of jh thir4 world has
scientists 'front Europe %oho can
help Israel make technological ad-
_

Ext:t.lsor

Excavations at :Wall
Protested by Moslems

^ The
JERUSALEM (ITA)
Jerusalem Moslen Council (Wafq)
protested Monday to the ;:goVern-
ment against excavations near the
Western Wall which - therriald
were damaging-Moslem religious
sites tied- residentiarbitilditigs , ten-
anted-by Arabs. - ^-.^^7
The protest was contained in _a
memorandum delivered' to Acting
Premier: Yigai Alton by a delega-
- lion of prominent members
of the Waft:- The delegation was
the first sent by the'.304-'
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liMARMiffiTranlanKINIESIEW

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hiperialism

Hariinglon recalled, as -a stu-
dent in Yale Law School, read-
ing Arthur Koestler's book on Is-
rael, "Thieves in the Night," and
becoming sympathetic to the bat-
tle for Jewish statehood. Now,
he said, "We must have secure
frontiers for IsraeL" Other than
the Golan Heights and Jerusalem,
- which be believes Israel can not
give up, "Once you assume secure
frontiers, all other questions are
negotiable.


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