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November 09, 1973 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-09

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W. Europe Succumbs to Arab Oil Blackmail

the 1967 Six-Day War and
to pull back to the Oct. 22
cease-fire positions in the
latest Middle East War.
It also refers to the "in-
admissibility" of the acqui-
sition of territory by force
and to the "legitimate rights"
of the Palestinians. The draft
will be reconsidered for final
approval when the nine
chiefs of state or government
meet in Copenhagen Dec. 15.
The Israeli ambassador to
the Common Market, Moshe
Alon, expressed "surprise
and dismay" over the reso-
lution, which he said arbi-
trarily accepted the Arab in-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS terpretation of Security Coun-
16 Friday, November 9, 197 cil Resolution 242.
A spokesman for the Is-
raeli mission here termed
the draft "the most one-sided
pro-Arab resolution ever ac-
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The Netherlands, which

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Is-
rael's increasing diplomatic
isolation in Western Europe
was underlined Tuesday
when the foreign ministers
of the nine Common Market
nations adopted a draft reso-
lution on the Middle East
that Israel denounced as
supine surrender to Arab oil
blackmail.
The draft, co-authored by
French Foreign Minister
Michel Jobert and Sir Alec
Douglas-Home, the British
foreign secretary, calls on
Israel to withdraw from all
Arab territories occupied in



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tried to hold out and pursue in the end forced to go along ter, Max Van Der Stoels, forces on the east bank of
an independent policy of with the Anglo-French draft. said at a press conference the Suez canal.
Israeli sources noted that
friendship with Israel, was
The Dutch foreign minis- here, however, that his gov-
ernment's acceptance of the the draft resolution went be-
draft resolution did not con- yond Resolution 242 inas-
stitute a drastic change in much as the latter does not
Holland's foreign policy to- mention the Palestinians. Is-
ward the Middle East. "There raelis also objected to the
is not a single point laid resolution's call for Middle
down in the resolution that East peace negotiations to
has not already been stated be conducted under United
by the Dutch government," Nations auspices, pointing out
he said. He denied that Hol- that the balance of votes in
land, accused by the Arabs of the UN is held by states
supporting Israel, had given biased against Israel.
in to the Arab oil boycott.
Only presidents, editors and
The resolution makes no
mention of the oil boycott, people with tapeworm have
but one foreign minister told the right to use the editorial
a reporter Tuesday tthat the "we".—Mark Twain.
draft represented a concili-
atory move toward the Arabs
MY WORK IS GIFT OF GOD
aimed at getting them to
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Students at the United Hebrew Schools responded to change their oil policies. It
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Students in the United
Hebrew Schools deeply felt
the emergency in Israel.
In response the Hebrew
high school held Israel soli-
darity assembly programs, a
memorial service for fallen
soldiers and a fund-raising
effort. The student council
organized a car wash and
forwarded proceeds to the
Israel Emergency Fund.
In another project invol-
ving all schools, students
wrote letters of encourage-
ment to Israeli soldiers, ex-

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pressing their solidarity with
Israel. The letters were sent
to the ministry of defense
for distribution.
Elementary students at-
tended assemblies, and Is-
rael and the American-
Jewish relationship with the
Jewish state were topics of
classroom discussions.
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to utilize their good offices
in preventing further anti-
Semitic slurs against Jews
and Judaism during discus-
sions on the Middle East in
both the Security Council and
the General Assembly.
Rabbi Joseph B. Glaser,
executive vice president of
the Reform rabbinic associa-
tion, asserted that "The
diplomatic courtesy of the
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countenance statements of
naked prejudice which are
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