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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-05

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• •111.1. VIM, • • ■•■■ •

Security Council Vote Deplored

(Continued from Page 20)
by observers as the open-
ing shot in an emerging
struggle within Premier
Rabin's cabinet over basic
policy toward the Palesti-
nians. The Foreign Minis-
try's reaction was report-
edly ordered by Rabin
himself.

In a joint statement made
by the Italian Ambassador,
Piero Vinci, the nine-mem-
ber European Economic
Community (ECC) said it
believed that Security Coun-
cil resolutions 242 and 338
are the basis for any future
peace settlement in the Mid-
dle East.

"They sought the reso-
lution because it gives
them a lever against the
United States and coinci-
dentally against Israel's
refusal to sit in the same
room with terrorists. Is-
rael has reaffirmed that
position by announcing a
boycott of the Security
Council debate.

tional identity."

(Commenting on the la-
test UN action, editorially,
the Detroit News Wednes-
day charged that Syria and
Russia bluffed the U.S. on
the PLO issue.
"So far as the world is
concerned, the United
States has now given the Pa-
lestine Liberation Organiza-
tion indirect recognition —
and it should not have hap-
pened."
The News editorial as-
serted that U.S. rationaliza-
tions on the meaning of
Sunday's action do not
square with Soviet and Syr-

* *

Moynihan Lashes Soviets;
Hits Slanted UN Language

WASHINGTON (JTA)
The State Department said
Wednesday it stands fully
behind the charge made by
the U.S. Ambassador to the
UN, Daniel P. Moynihan,
that the Soviet Union was
directly responsible for the
resolution equating Zionism
with racism adopted by the
General Assembly.
The State Department
said the speech in which
Moynihan charged that the
resolution was part of a
campaign against Zionism
that Moscow has been con-
ducting for more than four
years to serve its domestic
interests as well as its pur-
poses in the Middle East
"was cleared by the depart-
ment" before it was deliv-
ered.
Referring to the anti-
Zionist resolution, Moyni-
han declared, "That infa-
mous act was seen as an
Arab initiative, but was it?
The Ukraine for one, was a
sponsor of the resolution
which directly served an
approved Soviet course."
The 1971 Soviet college class
r was under the title, "Anti-
Sovietism is the Profession
of the Zionists."

Moynihan said the arti-
cle accused Jews of all
manner of plots against
communism much as Hi-
tler had accused them of
plots in support of com-
munism.

Moynihan contended,
"This is all one campaign
serving the Soviet need to
deal with what is one day
going to be its central politi-
cal problem—or -may al-

ready be—that of ethnic_
conflicts; and also serving
its general aims in the Mid-
dle East."

In New York Wednesday:-
Moynihan said that the an-
ti-Zionist resolution
adopted by the UN General
Assembly was possible be-
cause of "the distortion of
language' and the decline in
the meaning of language at
the UN.

Addressing 75 members
of the book publishing in-
dustry at a luncheon for the
United Jewish Appeal—
Federation of Jewish Phi-
lanthropies joint campaign,
Moynihan charged that "the
language of human rights"
has been drained of mean-
ing and words no longer
mean what they should
mean.

The meaning of the reso-
lution, Moynihan said, is
that now any time racism
is deplored Israel will be
deplored. He added that
"everytime when someone
will call wipe out racism"
the demand will be wipe
out Israel.

Concluding, Moynihan
said the misuse of the word
"racism" in the United
States is the reason in part
for its misuse in the UN.

Louis D. Brandeis was the
first Jewish Supreme Court
Justice; he was appointed to
the Court in 1916 by Presi-
dent Woodrow Wilson.
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The EEC statement set
The Middle East debate
opened in the General As- forth four principles which
sembly with a harsh and un- it maintained were essen-
"This was not the time to
compromising speech by tial and for any Middle
Syrian Ambassador Mouaf- East settlement: The hiad- go soft on a Golan resolu-
fak el Allaf who declared missability of the acquisi- tion," the News said. "The
that Syria will not accept tion of territory by force; United States should not
any new negotiations con- the need for Israel to end even tacitly nod toward the
cerning UN peace-keeping its occupation of Arab ter- PLO terrorists who usurped
forces unless they include ritories held since 1967; power with guns, bombs
the Palestinian question. He respect for the sovereignty and threats. Nobody elected
said that was the reason and independence of each the PLO to speak for the Pa-
Syria agreed Sunday to the state in the area, including lestinian population of the
extension of the UN Disen- Israel; and recognition of Middle East.")
gagement Obserier Force on the Palestinian peoples
rights to "express its na-
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Allaf criticized Israel for
regarding the extension of
UNDOF as an end in itself
rather than as a step toward
a lasting peace in the Middle
East. Hei said UNDOF
would not serve as an inter-
national occupation force
providing a "protective line
for the Zionist aggressive
forces."
The mandate, he added,
"will not be extended ad in-
finitum and it will not be an
automatic practice, suffi-
cient for Israel to press a
button so that this may take
place."

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