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August 27, 1976 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-08-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Fisher Denies Appeasement Assessment

(Continued from Page 1)
tion forces had indicated
In his bare-boned was nearly all agreeable
summation of foreign af- to them despite its strong
fairs, Ford listed the implied attacks on the
Sinai agreement as one of administration, Reagan
his achievements in his stressed: "There are
two years as President. In cynics who say that a
making pledges for- fu- party platform is some-
ture conduct, he em- thing that does not often
phasized he would con- amount to much.
tinue to seek a settlement Whether it is different
of the Middle East con- this time than ever be-
flict.
fore, I believe the Repub-
"Israel and Egypt, both lican party has a platform
trusting the United States, that is a banner of bold,
have taken an historic first unmistakable colors with
step that promises an no pastel shades."
-entual just settlement
Jewish Republicans evi-
the whole Middle denced overwhelming
r.iiist," Ford told the con- support for President
vention. Later in his Ford in his victorious bid
speech, he pledged "we for the party's Presiden-
will continue our strong tial nomination last night.
leadership to bring peace, A large majority of the at
justice and economic least 70 Jewish delegates
progress where there is in the convention backed
turmoil, especially in the Ford.
Middle East."
New York state was
The President did not especially prominent in
mention the politicaliza- boosting the President.
tion of the United Na- Richard Rosenbaum, an
tions; aid to Israel, politi- up-state New Yorker who
cally, economically and holds major chairman-
militarily; opposition to ships within the party,
political terrorism and including that of the New
Arab economic warfare; York State Republican
and the strife in Lebanon Party, made the first of 19
which occupy much of the seconding speeches for
platform sections on Ford.
foreign affairs. Neither
Significantly timed for
did he refer to the plat- the nomination night for
form itself.
a speech was Sen. Jacob
Inviting Reagan to ad- K. Javits of New York,
dress the convention, the dean of the Jewish mem-
President stood aside bers of Congress and a
while his defeated rival strong supporter of Ford.
reciprocated his call for
New York's delegation
party unity by pledging gave Ford 133 votes, the
support to the President largest number for any
and his running mate, state for the President.
Kansas City Senator Rosenbaum was a prime
Robert Dole, against the mover on issues of Jewish
Democratic ticket.
concern in the party's plat-
Then, apparently re- form.
ferring to the "morality
Among Jewish leaders
in foreign policy" amend- in the Reagan organiza-
ment that Administra- tion were Ted Cummings

and Al Spiegel, both Los
Angeles businessmen
and John Loeb, a New
York financier, according
to Peter Hannaford,

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Sadat Seeks 'Arab' Lands

NEW YORK — Presi-
dent Anwar Sadat of
Egypt was renominated
for another six-year term
as president by the Egyp-
tian parliament Tuesday.
In a 10-minute accep-
tanCe speech, Sadat said,
"We still have to pluck the
rest of the fruits of our
Oct. 6, 1973 victory to lib-
erate all Arab lands, es-
tablish a Palestinian en-
tity and bring peace and
justice to this area."
On another note, the

Arab Sentenced

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Youssef Yaakub Roffah,
43-year-old Arab recep-
nist at a Jerusalem
all ittel, has been sentenced
to three years imprison-
ment and to an additional
three years suspended
sentence on charges that
he was in the service of
Arab terrorists who
planned to kidnap a top
Israeli security official.
The tribunal also or-
dered the detention of
Amjied Omari, 20, of
Kalandia, who is sus-
pected of placing an exp-
losive charge near a
Jerusalem bus station.
He was injured when a
bomb he planned to place
in another public place
exploded in his hands in

ai

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Israeli government con-
gratulated Egypt for re-
scuing the hijacked pas-
sengers of an Egyptair jet
in Luxor, Egypt. The
hijackers, reportedly
backed by Libya, were
captured and there were
no injuries. Israel termed
the action by Egypt
"courageous."

ZOA to Sponsor
Terrorism Protest

NEW YORK — A spe-
cial Zionist service and
protest against world ter-
rorism will be held Sept. 8
at the Isaiah Wall, oppo-
site the United Nations.
The service will be led
by Rabbi Joseph P.
Sternstein, president of
the Zionist Organization.
of America.
The service will inau-
gurate ZOA Freedom Day
and will be followed by a
pilgrimage to the Statue
of Liberty and Ellis Is-
land, prior to the ZOA
79th annual national
convention, which will be
held Sept. 9-12 at the
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel.
Dr. Joseph J. Sisco,
former under secretary of
state for political affairs
and a leading expert on
the Middle East, will
speak to members of the
ZOA convention.

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