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December 05, 1975 - Image 29

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December 5, 1975 29

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Black Leader Calls Zionism
Resolution Setback for UN

(Editor's Note: The fol-
lowing column by Vernon
Jordan, executive director
of the National Urban
League, is a statement by
a leader in the American
black community on the
dangers of anti-Zionism as
a manifestation of racism.
Jordan's column is syndi-
cated nationally in the
black press.)
By VERNON JORDAN JR.

When the UN General As-
sembly passed the resolu-
tion declaring that "Zionism
is a form of racism and ra-
cial discrimination," I
thought back to the historic
day in 1936 that Haile Selas-
sie went before the old
League of Nations to ask for
help in saving Ethiopia from
Italian invasion.
The League of Nations
refused to stand up to pro-
tect the integrity of small
countries then. It rejected
Ethiopia's plea and thus
sealed its own death war-
rant, for it became irrele-
vant, a pawn in the hands of
the Axis powers out to dom-
inate the world.
I fear that by passing this
obscene resolution the UN
may be taking the same
path of weakening its own
integrity and becoming ir-
relevant to a world in need
of international leadership
and reconciliation.

Smearing the "racist"
label on Zionism is an in-
sult to intelligence. Black
people, who recognize code
words since we've been
victimized by code words
like "forced busing," "law
and order," and others,
can easily smell out the
fact that "Zionism" in this
context is a code word for
anti-Semitism.

Zionism is the national
liberation movement of the
Jewish people, a movement
that overthrew British colo-
nialism and articulates the
national aspirations of the

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Jewish people. Its drive for
national independence was
one of the models for Afri-
can independence move-
ments. Is the General As-
sembly majority saying that
national self-determination
is for everyone except Jews?
The common denomina-
tor seems to be a cynical hy-
pocrisy that is morally of-
fensive. Perhaps the biggest
reason for many states'
votes was fear of Arab oil
power and also the promise
of aid from the oil-rich Ar-
abs. While many African
countries stood firm against
these pressures, others suc-
cumbed.
From the African view-
point, that was a mistake.
Earlier Arabpromises of
aid have been broken and I
suspect new ones will be too.
More important, the strug-
gle against racism is crucial
and by turning the defini-
tion of racism upside down
and diluting it with lies the
real struggle becomes sev-
erely compromised.

It is also in the interest
of smaller nations that the
UN remain a viable force
in the world. To the degree
that this evil resolution
harms the UN's credibility
and reduces its influence,
the cause of the smaller,
less developed nations is
harmed too.

Because of the General
Assembly action, chances
for peace in the Middle East
are slimmer for the resolu-
tion calls into question Is-
rael's very existence, some-
thing that must be non-
negotiable. There is plenty
of room for differing opin-
ions about a just solution
for the Mideast crisis and
for the Palestinians' just
demands for self-determi-
nation, but no one in his
right mind can—or ought
to—expect Israel's Jews to
throw away their hard-won
independence and state-
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