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October 26, 1973 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-26

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SEN. HENRY JACKSON

REP. ROBERT HUBER SEN. HUBERT HUMPHREY

Hart Joins 70 Senators in Resolution Urging
Uninterrupted Flow of Phantoms to Israel

WASHINGTON — Senators
Henry M. Jackson, Hubert
H. Humphrey, Abraham Ribi-
coff and Jacob K. Javits an-
nounced that 67 of their col-
leagues — two-thirds of the
Senate — joined in the intro-
duction of a resolution ur-
ging the continued flow of
Phantom aircraft and other
equipment essential to en-
able Israel to defend itself
and deter further aggression.
The resolution was circu-
lated by a bipartisan group
of senators which also in-
cluded Senators Bill Brock,
Edward W. Brooke, James
L. Buckley, Frank Church,
Robert Dole, Edward J.
Gurney, Philin Hart, Gale
W. McGee, Walter F. Mon-
dale, Gaylord Nelson, Sam
Nunn and Herman E. Tal-
madge.
They pointed out that: "Is-
rael refrained from a first
strike in order to preserve
the cease-fire initiated by our
own government. Partially
because of this restraint, Is-
rael has suffered heavy
losses in weapons, most sig-
nificantly aircraft."
They stressed that: "The
Soviet Union is now engaged
in a massive airlift of sophis-
ticated arms, utilizing huge
transport aircraft, to Egypt
and Syria. While resupply of
Israeli forces i8 under way.
it is important that crucial
weapons, including Phantom
aircraft in adequate num-
bers, continue to be sent."
The senators expressed
confidence that "with timely
and adequate resupply, Is-
rael can defend itself and
bring this war to a speedy
canclusion."
Meanwhile at the Penta-
gon, the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency was informed that
the U. S. weapons put down
in Israel will exceed $2,000,-
000,000 in cost were they to
be replaced in U. S. arsenals.
However, JTA was told
that the actual cost to the
U. S. Treasury has not been
'1 etermined since it is not yet
own how Israel will pay
.or the weapons and whether
the U. S. will decide to pro-
vide some of it to Israel as
a grant.
Israel has always pur-
chased its equipment from
the U. S. and is staggering
under heavy tax burdens to
meet repayment costs.
Defending the U. S. re-
supply of war material to
Israel to offset its losses,
Rep. Louis R. Frey (R.,
Fla.) said "if Israel does
not get planes and this at-
trition continues there will
be no Israel."
Frey, who returned to
Washington after eight days
in Israel in which he visited
the fighting zones in the

Golan Heights area, said he
was to see President Nixon.
Challenged by a reporter
who suggested that U. S. de-
liveries of war materiel to
Israel would be putting
fuel on the fire" Frey re-
plied with some heat: "When
you think of resupply it's not
pouring fuel on a fire but
giving people a right to sur-
vive . . . these people have
a right to try to survive."
Congressman Robert Huber
(R., M i c h.) cosponsored
legislation for the U. S. to
supply war materiel to Is-
rael "to try to match, plane
for plane, tank for tank, the
aid Russia is flying to Egypt
and Syria."
Rep. Huber issued a state-
ment expressing confidence
that the House of Repre-
sentatives measure would
pass as an expression of sup-

TEL AVIV—"Do you hate
Arabs?" a loaded question to
ask Israelis on the day fol-
lowing the Yom Kippur at-
tack, was the focus of a poll
conducted by the Institute of
Applied Social Research of
Hebrew University. Surpris-
ingly, 49 per cent of those
polled said no.
A greater majority, 53 per
cent answered no when the
same question was asked
about 10 days later.
The persons polled were
divided into areas of origin.
A total of 58 per cent of
those of European and Amer-

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Friday, October 26, 1973-5

ican origin, 48 per cent of
native-born Israelis and 39
per cent of Afro-Asian Jews
said they didn't hate Arabs
`at all,

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port for "the long-standing
policy of the United States to
maintain Israel's deterrent
strength so that it might
maintain its independence
and freedom."
Sen. Javits urged Ameri-
cans not to be panicked into
altering U. S. foreign policy
because of the alleged af-
fects of the Middle East war
on oil supplies.
"The constant talk about
the Arab 'oil weapon' has
led too many Americans to
believe that the Arabs may
have a stranglehold over the
economy in the democratic
industrial world, and that the
only way out is, in substance,
to cave into the oil black-
mail of certain radical Arab
states and to liquidate Israel.
"This is simply not true and
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nothing to do with U. S. re-
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And we figure we wouldn't get it if we gave,
D. Long (D., Md.) coinci-
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Sen. Jackson proposed
emergency legislation to off-
set any losses of imports
from the Middle East. He
said he was introducing a
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