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November 14, 1975 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-14

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. 6 November 14, 1975 .

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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UN's Anti-Zionist Resolution Protested

(Continued from Page 1)

Congress, Ford
Deplore Resolution

sure and replied "no"
when asked if the U.S.
contemplated leaving the
United Nations.

The President cabled a
message to the massive rally
staged in New York Tues-
day, and said, "Your gather-
ing is a reaffirmation of the
American belief in justice
and basic human values."
During a 20-minute meet-
ing the President held at the
White House Tuesday with
seven visiting members of
the Israeli Knesset who are
here as guests of Congress,
the President affirmed "his
belief that adoption of the
resolution undermines the
principles on which the UN
is based."
The
President
also
"reaffirmed his strong com-
mitment to maintaining the
Rep. Jahn Rhodes, the momentum of negotiations
House minority leader, aimed at a just and durable
associated himself with settlement in that area (the
O'Neill and noted he was Middle East) and to the sur-
co-author of the House res- vival and security of the
olution supported by 429 state of Israel."
The Knesset group, which
representatives which
condemned the anti-Zion- is visiting the U.S. for 10
ist resolution adopted by days, includes Speaker Yis-
the General Assembly's rael Yeshayahu, Chaika
third committee and urged Grossman, Yitzhak Ben
the Assembly to reject it. Aharon and Ari Ankorion,
The Senate adopted a sim- of the Labor Alignment;
Menachem Beigin and Yosef
ilar resoultion.
Sen. Mike Mansfield (D- Tamir of Likud; and Zerach
Mont.), the Senate majority Warhaftig of the NRP.
Secretary of State Kissin-
leader, called the adoption
of the UN resolution "most ger said that "the inappro-
unfortunate," adding that priate resolution is an ex-,.
"Congress has expressed its ample of bloc voting and of
views in a resolution passed one-way morality that has
a week ago and that's about weakened the public sup-
it." But other Senators said port in the U.S. for the
there was a need for further United Nations."
action.
New York
Speaking in the House,
Demonstration
Tuesday, Rep. William
Broomfield (R-Mich), who
More than 100,000 per-
has been a strong backer of sons poured into midtown
the UN, said the U.S. must Manhattan Tuesday in an
re-evaluate its posture to- angry, militant but orderly
ward the UN and take ac- and well disciplined protest.
tion that is "forceful and
The crowd filled every
effective."
block from 42nd to 39th
Bloomfield said, "_:11
_ _Street Sixth to Seventh
we are confronted with: 1 - A venut.s.Aan ting and bear-
hideous spectacle of an in- ing placards with such slo-
ternational organization out gans as "The UN is Dead";
of control; we see votes bar- "Anti-Zionism is racism";
gained and purchased in "Is the UN the Fourth
favor of meaningless, sense- Reich?" and "Protect the
less unenforceable resolu- UN From Its own Racists."
tions with no purpose except
Rabbi Israel Miller, chair-
to embarass certain mem- man of the Conference of
ber states.
Presidents of Major Ameri-
"The valuable work of the can Jewish Organizations
UN specialized agencies— who presided, told the dem-
WHO and UNESCO are but onstrators, "The Voices of
two examples — have be- hate are raised against
come tainted with partisan Zionism but are directed at
political considerations. The all free people. The Arab
organization's accomplish- and Communist totalitarian
ments of the past are dictatorships and their co-
dwarfed today by petty horts are again using the big
bickering, invective, and ov- lie to ,challenge and under-
erbearing arrogance."
mine the values of the civi-
A White House spokes- lized world."

Congress moved Tuesday
to reassess the United
State's relations with the
United Nations.
Sen. Hugh Scott (R-Pa.),
the Senate minority leader,
introdticed a resolution with
30 co-sponsors calling on the
Senate Foreign Relations
Committee and the House
International Relations
Committee to begin hear-
ings immediately on further
U.S. participation in the
General Assembly.
In the House, Majority
Leader Thomas O'Neill (D-
Mass.) introduced a resolu-
tion calling for hearings on
future American involve-
ment in the UN as a whole.

.

man said President Ford
deplored the anti-Zionist
resolution as "a wholly
unjustified action" but did
not know if the President
planned any concrete ac-
tion to show his displea-

Rabbi Miller warned
that the UN resolution
"could wreak havoc with
Jewish life not only in the
Soviet Union — which
would now have a UN-ap-
proved excuse to crush the

movement of those seeking
to emigrate to Israel — but
in other countries that
have permitted local Zion-
ist organizations to func-
tion without official hindr-
ance."

The effect, not only on
Zionist groups but on Jew-
ish life generally, would be
catastrophic, Rabbi Miller
said.
Israel's ambassador to the
UN Chaim Herzog and Mrs.
Leah Rabin, wife of the Is-
raeli Prime Minister, also
spoke at the rally. Herzog
said he tore up the anti-
Zionist resolution Monday
"in your behalf, and thus,
for we Jews, it no longer
exists."
Mrs. Rabin said Jews will
no longer be objects of per-
secution because there is a
state of Israel.

positive trend of events
that was implicit in the
Israel - Egypt Interim
Agreement . . . "

The Israel-Egypt joint
commission met at Balusa
in the Sinai again Tuesday
for its second meeting to
discuss aspects of the disen-
gagement.
Only military personnel
took part. But officials said
Israel would insist on civil-
ian participation at the
third meeting, whose date is
still to be announced.

UN Anti-Zion Vote

IN FAVOR-72

Afghanistan
Albania
Algeria
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Brazil
-. Bulgaria
Burundi
Byelorussia
Cambodia
Cameroon
Cape Verde
Chad
China
Congo
Cuba
Cyprus
Czechoslovakia
Dahomey
Egypt
Eq. Guinea
Gambia
Germany, East
Grenada
Guinea

Guinea-Bissau
Guyana
Hungary
India
Indonesia
Iran
-Iraq
Jordan
Kuwait
Laos
Lebanon
Libya
Madagascar
Malaysia
Maldives
Mali
Malta
Mauritania
Mexico
Mongolia
Morocco
Mozambique
Niger
Nigeria
Oman

Pakistan
Poland
Portugal
Qatar
Rwanda
Soo Tome
Saudi Arabia
Senegal
Somalia
Southern Yemen
Soviet Union
Sri Lanka
Sudan
Syria
Tanzania
Tunisia
Turkey
Uganda
Ukraine
United Arab
Emirates
Yemen
Yugoslavia

OPPOSED-35

Australia
Fiji
Austria
Finland
Bahamas
France
Barbados
Germany, West
Belgium
Haiti
Britain
Honduras
Canada
Iceland
Cen. Afr. Rep. Ireland
Costa Rica
Israel
Denmark
Italy
Dominican Rep. Ivory Coss
Salvador
Liberia

Luxembourg
Malawi
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Norway
Panama
Swaziland
Sweden
United States
Uruguay

ABSTENTIONS-32

Argentina
Bhutan
Bolivia
Botswana
Burma
Chile
Colombia
Ecuador
Ethiopia
Gabon
Ghana

Greece
Guatemala
Jamaica
Japan
Kenya
Lesotho
Mauritius
Nepal
Papua N. Guinea
Paraguay
Peru

Philippines
Sierra Leone
Singapore
Thailand
Togo
Trinidad-Tobago
Upper Volta
Venezuela
Zaire
Zambia

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Absent—Rumania, South Africa, Spain.

U.S. Ambassador to Is-
rael Malcolm Toon said
the UN had adopted reso-
lutions "that all mankind
will regret" but affirmed
that "these resolutions
will have no bearing on the
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