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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-03

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26 Friday, DiCerabei 3; 1976

- THE- DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel Denounces UN Palestinian Resolution

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The General Assembly's
overwhelming adoption
of a resolution calling for
a Palestinian state on the
West Bank and Gaza
Strip was denounced as a
setback to Middle East
peace efforts.
A foreign ministry
spokesman called it a
futile move which ignored
the basic fact that no set-
tlement can be reached
without negotiations and
agreement between both
sides.
The spokesman said the
resolution demonstrated
once again that the Arabs
can push any anti-Israel
action through the Gen-
eral Assembly with their
built-in majority of Com-
munist bloc and Third
World countries.
The resolution, endors-
ing the report of the 20-
member Committee on the
Inalienable Rights of the
Palestinian People, was
adopted by a vote of 90-16
with 30 abstentions. Eight
countries did not partici-
pate in the voting.
Premier Yitzhak Ra-
bin, who was in Geneva
today for the 13th confer-
ence of the Socialist In-
ternational, dismissed
the resolution as not
worthy of comment when
asked for his reaction.
In Washington, David
M. Blumberg, president

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of Bnai Brith, termed the can be arrived at on the ported that a UNESCO
resolution "a veritable basis of Resolutions 242 resolution formally con-
endorsement of the liq- and 338, Herzog declared: demning Israel for ar-
uidation of Israel" and "We will not agree to any cheological excavations
repudiation of the "real- attempt to impose so- in Jerusalem and de-
ity Israel's sovereignty lutions. We have no in- manding that they be
and its moral character tention of committing na- immediately ended re-
as the homeland and ref- tional suicide. We will not ceived less than the
uge of the Jewish people accept any alternative to hoped-for ' number of
protected by interna- the concept of the process votes from the UNESCO
tional law."
of negotiations."
conference meeting in
The U.S. voted against
In New York, Dr. Nairobi. With a number of
the Assembly resolution, Joseph P. Sternstein, African countries balking
as did Israel, Canada, president of the at the resolution, the vote
Great Britain, The 120,000-member Zionist was 61-19 with 16 absten-
Netherlands, Norway, Organization of America,
tions.
Luxembourg, Iceland, said the General Assem-
Several members of the
West Germany, Au- bly vote urging Palestini-
stralia, Denmark, Bel- ans to create their own African group reportedly
gium, Costa Rica, state in the Middle East withheld their votes delib-
Guatemala, Haiti and "actually calls for the erately in the conference
session, after voting for
Nicaragagua.
dismemberment and the
Among those who annihilation of Israel and the resolution in a com-
mission session, to soften
abstained were Italy, her people."
the force of the condemna-
France, Austria, Japan,
"The United Nations
tion and maintain the con-
Ireland, Einland, Por- was created to support ferences
conciliatory tone.
tugal, New Zeland, peace in the world but it
Robert Kamm, the
Mexico, Sweden, Ivory has now adopted a resolu-
Coast, Malawai, Nepal, tion which can only inten- United States delegate,
Fiji, Botswana, and sify the conflict in the who voted against the
Lesotho. Eight countries Middle East," said Dr. resolution on Friday, said
did not participate includ- Sternstein. "The resolu- he was disappointed and
ing Argentina, Brazil, tion is an invitation to war- perplexed that member
Honduras, Zaire, and the fare and bloodshed which states believed that UN-
Central African Republic. threatens the existence of ESCO could accomplish
Prior to the vote, Israeli all nations in the area," he its goal of promoting
Ambassador Chaim Her
peace and understanding
said.
-
zog again denounced the
through retribution and
At the same time, Faye
report by the 20-member Schenk, president of the coercion. The resolution
also called for financial
committee as inspired by American Zionist Feder-
sanctions against Israel
the PLO and declared ation, said of the resolu-
which would mean the
that the Assembly cannot tion "it is entirely as-
withholding of $25,000
impose - the report's rec- tonishing that the outgo-
ommendations on Israel. ing administration saw every two years. Confer-
ence sources noted that
Stressing that Israel fit to support the Arab
Israel would not have re-
believes that a solution propaganda exercise and
* * *
undermine the chances of ceived the money because
a renewed attempt of it has not paid its 1975-76
UNDOF Mandate
negotiations toward a contributions.
Earlier last week, Is-
settlement of the Arab-
Approved in UN
rael was admitted as a
Israeli conflict."
UNITED NATIONS
Meanwhile, the de- member of the UNESCO
(JTA) — The Security bate on the Middle East European regional group.
Council approved a reso- which was scheduled to In view of that action, the
lution extending the begin Monday in the Gen- U.S. may now release
mandate of the United eral Assembly was post- some $38 million which it
Nations Disengagement poned. Israel, neverthe- decided to withhold from
Observer Force (UNDOF) less, is continuing to come UNESCO when Israel's
on the Golan Heights for under fire in various UN application to the group
another six-month committees.
was voted down two years
period. The vote was 12 to
In Paris it was re- ago.
0. China, Libya and Benin
did not participate.
The renewal of the Israeli Scientists Say Heat,
mandate of the UN force
— which separates be- Air Pollution Bring Much Rain
tween Israeli and Syrian
• RAMAT-GAN — Heat frequent temperature in-
troops on the Golan
Heights — was postponed and mechanical convec- versions of the air above
several times in the last tion generated by a large the city, creating unstable
two days as a result of a urban area bring more conditions conducive to
Syrian attempt to have rain, according to two Is- more rain. At the same
the renewal resolution raeli researchers who time, the greater currents
completed a study of cli- of rising air caused by this
changed.
Syrian
diplomats, mate conditions in Tel heat and also by tall build-
backed by the Soviet Aviv and surroundings, ings (i.e. mechanical con-
Union, demanded that a covering 30 years of pre- vection) contributed
sentence from a recent citipation statistics over further to increased pre-
report by Secretary Gen- Israel's largest met- cipitation.
The study also showed
eral Kurt Waldheim, ropolitan area.
which described the situ-
They are Dr. Yair Gol- that because of growing
ation in the Mideast as dreich, head of the de- air pollution, solar energy
"unstable" and noted the partment of geography at or radiation reaching the
need for a diplomatic Bar-Ilan University, and ground in the Tel Aviv
movement, be injected Alexander Mannes, chief area dropped by as much
into the renewal resolu- researcher for Israel's as 7 percent every decade.
tion.
Meteorological Service. Thus, while the added
Although conceding that The research was con- precipitation is most de-
the Syrian change was in- ducted with the help of sirable for a dry country
significant, Israel refused grants from Israel's like Israel, growing pollu-
to accept any change from Ministry of Transport tion indicated by the re-
last May's resolution to ex- and the Ford Foundation. duced radiation makes
According to Dr. Gol- the cure worse than the
tend UNDOF in order to
avoid creating a "prece- dreich, the study showed disease.
dent" and future Syrian that over a 30-year period
The first Jewish set-
attempts to inject political rainfall increased
notes into resolutions that anywhere from 5 percent tlement in Brazil was at
extend the mandate of the to 17 percent in the Tel Cape Frio. It was founded
Aviv area as compared by Portugese Jews who
force.
The new UNDOF man- with the rest of the coun- were ordered to leave
Portugal by the king in
date expires May 31, 1977. tryside.
1496. At Cape Frio the
The study showed that
Sources here indicated
that the Syrians will not heat generated by greater Jews built a fort, became
active sugar producers
agree to extend the man- radiation from concrete,
date automatically when asphalt and other built-up and set up the first sugar
surface's weakened the -mills in the New World:
it expires again.

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