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December 06, 1974 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-06

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JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
proposal •by a Likud leader
that Israel negotiate with the
Palestinians to depose King
Hussien of Jordan was dis-
missed by Premier Yitzhak
Rabin as "too absurd to
merit consideration."
Rabin said, however, that

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he may have misunderstood
the intent of remarks attrib-
uted to Gen. (Ret.) Ariel
Sharon in a Maariv interview.
Sharon, a Yom Kippur War
hero and founder of Likud
was quoted as saying that
the only alien presence in the
area is the Hashemite dyn-

asty in Jordan—not the Jews
whose homeland this is, nor
the Palestinian Arabs, some
of whom lived here for cen-
turies.
According to Maariv, Shar-
on said that if Israel was
willing to talk to the barbar-
ous Syrian's, it should not rule
out talks with the Palestin-
52—Friday, Dec. 6, 1974
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Nov. 29 that if Sharon meant
that Israel should help Yassir
Arafat overthrow Hussein
and set up his own regime in
Jordan, the suggestion was
outlandish nonsense.
But if Sharon was saying
only that the Palestinian
problem ought to be solved
within the context of a single
Palestine-Jordan entity, he
was expressing what has
long been the firm policy of
the Israeli government, Rab-
in said.
The Premier recalled that
King Hussein had ousted ter-
rorist forces from Jordanian
territory in 1970. An Arafat
regime in Amman would sim-
ply mean another Soviet-
armed state on Israel's east-
ern frontier and that was not
in Israel's interest, Rabin
said.
Sharon warned in his inter-
view that another Middle
East war seemed inevitable
and could be avoided only if
Israel is prepared to fight. He
advocated a national unity
government embracing Li-
kud.
Rabin-said he was prepared
to set up a coalition incluSive
of Likud provided that the op-
position party pledged to sup-
port the government's basic
policies. But as far as he
knows, Likud is not now pre-
pared to accept those poli-
cies, Rabin said.

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_ Hanuka is . a joyous holiday
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and games. A favorite Ha-
uka a c t i v i t i t y is playing
dreidel- and winning heaps of
Hanuka gelt. You all know
the game. four letters adorn
the dreidel, nun, gimel, hai
shin. Spin a shin and you
lose, a hai and you take half
the kitty, a •nun and nothing
happens, and a gimel takes
the pot. While it is wonderful
to get a gimel and win the
game, the sentence nes gadol
haya sham, a great miracle
happened there, has a very
serious significance to the
-Jewish people. -
The holiday of Hanuka
after all, a holiday of free-
dom won against overwhelm-
ing odds. The great miracle
of ,the story of the Maccabees
Was not only that one cruse
of oil burned fOr eight days
in the temple menora. Ilt
was that our ancestors, by
giving' their lives in battle
against, their Syrian opprei-
sors and the idols they tried
to force upon our people, won
a great victory.
The motif of nes gadol
haya sham continues through-
out the course of Jewish
history. In our own time the
most significant nes was the
creation of the new state of
Israel and the preservation
of its independence despite
the efforts _and attacks of
such a vast and overwhelm-
ing number of enemies; This
is one of the greatest mir-
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But we are a' people of
miracles. Another nes gadol
is happening before our eyes
today. Once more some of
our brethren are able to free
themselves from oppression—
this time the oppression of a
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As we kindle the lights of
Hanuka in happy anticipation
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wonderful "land of the free,"
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mind our brethren around
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