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June 03, 1977 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

INSTANT
PASSPORT 8t
I.D. PHOTOS

`Israel Must
Be Defendable'

Editor, The Jewish
News:
When Carter needed Jew-
ish votes he was a warm
friend of Israel. Now, as
President, he indicates his
intention to force Israel to
give the West Bank and
Gaza to the terrorist PLO.
Israel is supposed to give
the PLO bases a few miles
from their cities—to the ter-
rorists who bombed their
market places, • murdered
their children and who have
made it unmistakably clear
their intention 'to destroy
their country. Not only
would the terrorists make
life hell for the Israelis, but
froni the example of what
they did to the Lebanese,
the Arabs also would gre-
viously suffer.
If that is not ba'd enough,
we' have local Jewish
groups at great expense
bringing in such speakers
as Sena Abraham •Ribicoff
to lull our people to believe
that President Carter's
readiness to surrender to
Arab demands is really a
honest genuine effort at a
peace settlement, and only
if Israel and the American
Jewry will trust Carter won-
derful peace in the Middle
East is finally at hand.
Ribicoff- thought Israel's
security after withdrawal to
the 1967 borders was a tri-
vial matter.
The Senator even refused

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cause that would suggest a
lack of trust in President
Carter.
Israel is indeed - fortunate
that they have many tried
and true friends not so gul-
lible as Senator Ribicoff.
They know peace is not pos-
sible unless Israel is able to
defend itself-_-and that
means defensible borders.

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R. Schubot Jewelers, Troy;
announces his company will
sponsor the 18th hole in the
first Van Patrick In-
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this month to benefit the
American Cancer Society.
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