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May 16, 1975 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-16

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36 Friday, May 16, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ADL Protests Arab Diplomats' Attendance at Extremists'

NEW YORK — The Anti
viyal," described by ADL as
Defamation League of Bna
being anti-Semitic, and the
Brith charged that. Arab Holy Land State Commit-
diplomats in the United tee, headed by Havir Schie-
States joined forces with ber who has been the sub-
known anti-Semites and ject of deportation
right-wing extremists in a proceedings.
hate-fest which attacked
The Arabs present were
American Jews, accused Lebanon's Ambassador Na-
President Ford of treason, habi Kabbani, envoys from
and proposed that the Presi- the embassies of Egypt,
dent and Vice President Syria, Saudi Arabia and
Rockefeller be "hung from Iraq, Ayham Omari, an in-
the nearest tree."
formation officer of the
The diplomats were parti- Arab League, and Mu-
cipants in a meeting at the hammed A. Rauf, director
Army-Navy Club in Wash-
ington which was reported
last week.
The meeting was co-spon-
sored by a group called
MONTREAL, (JTA)
"Citizens for American Sur-
Aaron Pollack, chairman
of the Canada-Israel Corn-
mittee, has expressed disap-
pointment at what he
A Timely Arrival
termed the failure of the
Secretary of State of Exter-
For Graduation
nal Affairs,-Minister Alan
McEachen, to commit Can-
ada to Israel's right of sur-
vival.
Pollack was commenting
on McEachen's address in
Ottawa to the committee's
fourth annual dinner given
in honor of 150 members of

of the Islamic Center of
Washington.

"Their conspicuous
presence," said John
Goldwater of the ADL "is
in direct contrast to Arab
protestations that they are
not anti-Jewish and is a
flagrant example of Arab
support of anti-American
extremism."

Citizens for American
Survival, Goldwater said,
was founded in 1969 by Ed-
ward J. Hatfield, a retired

U.S. Army colonel, in order
to combat what Hatfield
called "the international
money power Zionist-Com-
munist-liberar-left com-
bine."

At the Washington meet-
ing, Hatfield charged that
Jews were responsible for
getting the United States
into the Vietnam war and
that American presidents,
including 'President Ford,
"have practiced pure trea-
son against our Constitu-

tion" by pursuing a
"Communist-Zionist foreign
policy."
He said that President
Ford, Vice President Rocke-
feller, former Secretary of
State Dean Rusk and for-
mer Secretary of Defense
McNamara "Should be tried
as war criminals, convicted
on the evidence and hung
from the nearest tree."

Israelis and PLO
Meet at Parley

Meeting

Hatfield also charged
that "the international
bolshevik, Zionist,. Com-
munist Jews, who with
their gentile tools and
counterparts have no na-
tional allegiance to any
host country, maintain a
spy apparatus and revenge'
against patriotic Ameri-
cans through the Anti-
Defamation .
League."
These Jews, he went on to
say," "insist on perform-
ing as the literal scourge
of peaceful mankind."

A featured speaker at_t
PARIS (JTA) •— More meeting was Alfred Lii
than 100 representatives of thal, publisher of "Mi
30 countries met in Paris re- East Perspective" and a
We want the Canadian gov- cently in .a conference of the leading pro-Arab propa-
ernment to say that Israel continuation-and liaiscin gandist in the United
council of the Congress of States.
should remain firm until
World Peace Forces.
the Arabs officially recog-
The 115 representatives,
nize Israel. Then we want
including Israeli political
Canada to say that the Pa-
lestine Liberation Organiza- figures and members of the
Palestine Liberation Organ-
tion does not represent all
ization, launched an appeal
Palestinians."
for an urgent return to the
Pollack said that Cana-
Geneva peace table.
da's abstention during the
The congress also recog-
1974 United Nations Gen-
nized
the PLO as the sole le-
eral Assembly vote which
granted the PLO observer gitimate representative of
status could be seen as sup- the Palestinians and said it
port for the terrorist organi- was indispensable that the
PLO attend the conference
zation.
as such.
At another session of the
Canada-Israel Committee's
dinner, the spokesman for
the opposition Conservative
Party, Claude Wagner,
hinted that some Canadian
ministers were chasing
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Nationally syndicated
black columnist Chuck
Stone has called for the
United States to be truly
evenhanded in the Mideast
by stating, "An evenhanded
U.S. policy should not mean
handing the dice and the
money to either player."
Stone said that Israel was
flexible during the Mideast
peace talks, and blamed
Egypt for not guaranteeing
Israel's right to exist. He
was critical of President
Ford's and Secretary of
State Kissinger's state-
ments blaming Israel for
the collapse of the talks.
He added, however, that •
As for the United States, •
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Middle East policy should
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antee of Israel's sovereignty
and of a new Palestine na-
tion-state.

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Parliament and some 300
Canadian persohalities.
McEachen asserted that
Canada continued to adhere
to its "long-standing com-
mitment to Israel's right to
survival as an independent
state" but interwove that
with the view that "The Pa-
lestinians must play a role
in an eventual negotiated
peace."

The Palestinian issue,
McEachen noted, "is not
one which can be settled
separately but must be
placed in the context of ef-
forts to work towards an
agreed peace settlement to
all parties concerned."

Commenting on these re-
marks, Pollack said "We
wanted a strong affirmation
of Israel's right to existence.

Resettlement of Viet Refugees
Supported by Jewish Groups

NEW YORK (JTA) — Ma- Service, 200 Park Avenue
jor Jewish organizations South, New York 10003.
have announced support for
Bnai Brith has offered to
Administration efforts to
use its community volunteer
resettle refugees from
program to provide
Southeast Asia in the I services
anguage
instruction, trans-
United States.
portation, and some sup-
The groups include the - - plies to Viet refugees.
The Jewish•Federation of
American Jewish Commit-
tee, American Jewish Con- Metropolitan Chicago voted
gress, Bnai Brith and the last Friday to make its serv-
national executive board of ices available to 500 refu-
Bnai Brith Women, and gees, to help them locate
the New York Board of Rab- hOusing, jobs, gain language
bis.
skills, and other language
skills as needed.

United HIAS Service is
undertaking to help settle
10,000 of the 130,000 refu-
gees in the U.S. Persons
interested in helping
should contact Miriam
Cantor, Director of Public
Relations, United HIAS

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