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April 21, 1978 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-21

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48 Friday, April 21, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel and the U.S. Cluster Bomb

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Commenting on the issue
that was raised by the re-
ported use of the
American-made cluster
bomb by Israel, in the at-
tacks .on PLO camps in
Lebanon, the Washington
Post, usually critical of Is-

rael, disagreed strongly
with the position that was
taken by Secretary of State
Cyrus Vance. Under the
heading "Goading Israel,"
the Washington Post wrote
editorially on April 7:
"For 26 years Israel has

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agreement. But some of its
acquired arms under a for-
tactics are insensitive.
mal agreement with the
Right now, for instance, the
United States. On occasions
administration should be
too numerous to recite it has
concentrating on persuad-
used those weapons outside
ing Israel to rethink parts of
as well as inside its own
its position in the negotia-
borders. Through three
tions with Egypt. It can only
major wars and countless
weaken the American case
incidents, successive ad-
if, while presenting it, the
ministrations have under-
United States acts in other
stood that the realities of
ways to embarrass Israel
Arab hostility justified the
and nourish its swollen sus-
reading that, in using
picions that its security is of
American weapons in that
lading American concern.
way, Israel was acting in
"It is one thing to criticize
legitimate self-defense.
the Lebanese operation, as
"Why, then, did the Sec-
we have done, for its heavy
retary of State feel bound to
civilian toll. It is another to
slap Israel hard on Wednes-
smear Israel with a vague
day by informing Congress
allegation that puts a cloud
that Israel 'may' have vio-
over access to the arms on
lated the 1952 military-aid
which its security depends.
agreement in its recent in-
As a good lawyer, Mr. Vance
tervention in Lebanon?
could have found a half-
"Mr. Vance offered no ex-
dozen other ways to handle
planation. He merely made
the congressional inquiries
the charge and indicated
on Israel's use of American
Washington would not in-
arms in Lebanon. Instead, a
voke the arms cutoff that a
calculated decision seems to
1976 law requires if a 'sub-
have been made to use the
stantial violation' of a
issue as a gratuitous politi-
military-supply agreement
cal goad."
is found. But that is unsatis-
factory. What are the
Security Boosted
standards the State De-
TEL AVIV (JTA) — All
partment applies, in this
branches of Israel's security
case and in general? All
services have been
arms recipients are entitled
mobilized for Passover. In-
to know.
tensive security measures
Is it conceivable that
are being taken all over the
'legitimate self-defense,'
country especially in
the 1952 language, does
Galilee.
not cover a country that
Roadblocks have been set
has lost more than 1,000
up in strategic areas and
lives to terrorists cros-
spot checks of vehicles are
sing from a neighboring
being made. Special patrols
state — Lebanon — that
have been assigned to the
does not perform the
beaches
and naval and
elementary national duty
police boats will patrol the
of policing its own terri-
sea.
tory? A country that,
The Tel Aviv police have
even as the rebuke ar-
set up a special command to
rives, is withdrawing its
deal
with security prob-
forces under the terms of
lems, beginning at Passover
a UN resolution drafted
and
continuing
through In-
in the first instance by the
dependence Day celebra-
United States? We don't
tions next month.
understand.
"We support the Ad- Europe's Jews
ministration's strategy of
seeking a Mideast peace Meet in Zurich
GENEVA (JTA) — A
forum of the Jewish com-
munities took place in
Zurich last week, where
some 5,000 from 22 coun-
tries in Europe, including
Romania, represented by
Rabbi Moses Rosen, debated
various subjects.
Among the subjects on
the agenda were: "The Part
of Jewish Youth in the
Community," "Learning
Judaism," "The European
Jew in the Modern World,"
and "Jewish Schools."
The forum ended with a
large gathering to mark Is-
rael's 30th anniversary.

AGENT OF
THE YEAR

_ URE TO ANNOUNCE THAT
IT IS A PLEAS

PAUL L SHERIZEN, C.L.U.

Has received the agent of the year award as the most outstanding representa-

tive of our DETROIT - ROSENWASSER AGENCY. The award is in recognition
of his excellent service to his policy holders and our agency.

SEYMOUR M. ROSENWASSER, C.L.U.
GENERAL AGENT

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Arson Is Seen
in School Fire

NEW YORK — A fire
marshall has ruled that ar -
sonists started the fire
which destroyed the dor-
mitory of the Talmudical
Academy of New Jersey in
rural Howell Township last
December.
Rabbi Yeruchim Shain,
dean of the academy, said
the fire was part of a series
of anti-Semitic acts against
the school. The academy's
students were home for
Hanuka at the time of the



Begin Rally Draws 40,000

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Thousands of cheering,
chanting Israelis jammed
the municipal square in a
rally supporting Premier
Menahem Begin's policies.
Their speeches and the slo-
gans they carried demanded
a just peace based on
security.
They roundly booed Be-
gin's critics who staged a
similar rally two weeks ago
urging the government to
moderate its territorial
policies in the interests of
peace.
According to estimates,
the demonstration drew be-
tween 40,000-50,000 Begin
supporters as against an es-
timated 30,000 who turned
out for the earlier rally.
One of the organizers,
Chanan Abramson, an ar-
tist, told the crowd that the
demonstration was held to
counter the "Peace Now"
rally initiated by 300 re-

serve officers who believe
Begin's peace plan is too
rigid.
In New York the Ad Hoc
Committee of American
Jews in Support of Begin
announced that "a letter
signed by hundreds" of
American Jews affirming
full support to Begin "in the
great struggle you are wag-
ing for Israel's security" had
been delivered to Begin.

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