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October 28, 1977 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-10-28

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8 Friday, October 28, 1977

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Graham Backs Israel and Peace, Seeks Terrorism End

(Continued from Page 1)

"While it is self-evident
that we perceive theological
truths through different
prisms" Tanenbaum said,
"Dr. Graham's devotion to
the Bible and his profound
appreciation of Christian-
ity's, indebtedness to
Judaism and to the Jewish
People have inspired him to
reach out in helpfulness to
the Jewish people in the
Soviet Union, in Israel, and
in the United States during
virtually every major crisis
we have faced in the past
decades."
Graham, in referring to
Israel's right to exist, cited
in particular the Book of
Isaiah (19:25), which states:
"Whom the Lord of hosts
shall bless, saying, blessed
be Egypt My people, and
Assyria the work of my
hands, and Israel Mine
inheritance," but added that
the scriptures made many
other references to the right
of Israel to exist as aState.
In addition he pointed out
that the Bible contains
instructions to "Pray for the
peace not only of the world,
but especially of Jerusa-
'tem," which, he prophesied.
would be "the capital of the
world" in the end of days.

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Calling on the Palesti-
nians to create a "legiti-
mate leadership committed
to the peace of the Middle
East," Graham urged them
to renounce terrorism as a
political tactic.
"Human life, created in
the sacred image of God,
should never be used as a
means to realize any
group's ideology or political
program," he declared,
adding, "Peace is not
enhanced by a policy of ter-
rorism, whether in the
Middle East, Ireland,
Africa, America or any-
where else."
He deplored such exam-
ples of terrorism as "the

hijacking of planes, the
wanton slaughter of tens of
thousands in Central Africa,
the kidnappings in Italy, the
hijacking of a train in the
Netherlands, and the killing
of children at Ma'alot," and
stated:
"Lasting justice and
peace for the state of Israel,
as well as the Palestinian
people . . . demand an end
to killing, an end to the
shedding of blood."
Graham condemned anti-
Semitism, saying, "The
institutional church has sin-
ned through much of its his-
tory and has much to
answer for at the judg-
ement, especially for the

Lebanese Christians Fear
Pending Cease-Fire Talks

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Leba-
nese Christians are fearful
that any arrangements
which might be worked out
between Israel and the
Lebanese authorities in Bei-
rut over the cease-fire in
south Lebanon will not
reduce their vulnerability to
attack by Palestinian
terrorists.
They demonstrated their
concern Tuesday when a
Christian armored unit
briefly took over a United
Nations observation post a
few hundred yards north of
the Israeli border at Zarit to
protest the assistance ren-
dered by the UN to -facil-
itate a meeting between
Israeli and Lebanese army
officers at Rosh Hanikra.
The meeting was the first
since such contacts were
suspended three weeks ago
because of cease-fire viola-

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tions by the Palestinians. A
UN plane flew the Lebanese
officers to Israel since the
coast road from Beirut is
under terrorist control.
The
Christians
have
demanded that the UN
cease rendering such help.
The six-week-old cease-fire
resulted in Israel's with-
drawal of its forces from
southern Lebanon that had
been aiding the Christiains
in their battles with the
Palestinian Moslems and
terrorist s groups. Israel
claims that the terrorists
have remained in their
advance positions and
insists that they withdraw.
It also wants assurances
from the Lebanese author-
ities that the Christians will
be protected and wants the
open fence to remain func-
tional.

.

History of Crises

JERUSALEM (ZINS)—
Crises in the relations
between the United States
and Israel have not been
uncommon during the 20th
Century.
Prior to the _ birth of
Israel, Washington had
advised the Zionist lead-
ership in Jerusalem to
refrain from issuing any
proclamation of independ-
ence. During the War of
Independence in 1948 Wash-
ington insisted that the
Israelis withdraw from El
Arish in the Sinai Peninsula.
During the Sinai Cam-
paign of 1956 President Eis-
enhower issued his ulti-
matum demanding that the
Israelis withdraw from all
of the captured territories.
It was during the Kennedy
Administration that the
Americans wanted Israel's
consent to international con-
trol and inspection of its
atomic installations. Later
there was the Rogers Plan,
which included a provision
that Israel withdraw sub-
stantially to its 1967
boundaries.
Then there was Kissi-
nger's ultimatum during the
Yom Kippur War of 1973
demanding that the Israelis
lift their siege of the belea-
guered Egyptian Third
Army.

anti-Semitism practiced ° toward secularism must be
against the Jewish people."
halted and reversed, other-
He declared that those
wise democracy and free-
Christians who practiced
dom will not survive in this
anti-Semitism were "false
country."
Christians, who dragged the
"Total secularization will
name of their master into
lead to a rising tide of both
the mire of bigotry, anti-
anti-Semitism and anti-
Semitism and prejudice."
Christianity," he declared.
He added that "evangeli-
Miles Jaffe, of Detroit,
cal Christians especially
national chairman of the
have an affinity for the
Interreligious Affairs Corn-
Jews. because the Bible they
mission, will present to Gra-
ham the first copy of a just- -
love is essentially a Jewish
published book, entitlet
book written under the
"Evangelicals and Jews in
influence of God's spirit."
conversation." (Baker
Pointing out "the close rela-
Books).
tionship between the
Hebrew Scriptures and the
foundations of American
democracy," and he urged
Christians and Jews, despite
theological differences, to
work together to "make a
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"the zeal of some clergy-
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and Jewish—to secularize
America." While asserting
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