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October 20, 1978 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-20

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Senators Urge Carter to Halt
Funds for UN Special Section

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COURT OF APPEALS

ALBANY, N.Y. (JTA) —
Spearheaded by Sen.
Daniel P. Moynihan (D-
N.Y.), 28 U.S. Senators
have sent a letter to
President Carter to express
their "strong expectation"
that the President will
withhold $190,000 from this
country's contribution to
the United Nations, accord-
ing to Dr. Harris Schoen-
berg, director of the UN
office of Bnai Brith Interna-
tional Michigan Republi-
can Sen. Robert Griffin was
among the signatories.
The $190,000 represents
the United States' propor-

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tionate support of the UN
Special Unit on Palestinian
Rights.
Schoenberg said' that
Bnai Brith has information
about activities organized
by the Special Unit and
slated to take place at UN
headquarters in New York
City on Nov. 29 when the
first annual celebration of
UN International Day of
Solidarity with the Palesti-
nian People is scheduled.
On that day the Special
Unit on Palestinian
Rights which was
created ' last year by the
General Assembly, will

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present a film that is
being produced espe-
cially for the occasion.
There will also be an ex-
hibit of photographs and
posters depicting Palesti-
nians in the UN Visitors'
Lounge during that week
with photos selected by
representatives of Senegal,
Guinea and the Palestine
Liberation Organization.
Six studies on the 'Palesti-
nians will also be published
by the UN Special Unit.
Dr. William Korey, the
director of Bnai Brith's in-
ternational research and an
expert on the UN, described
the forthcoming film to
leaders of the Greater Al-
bany Jewish Federation.
Korey, who said he was one
of the few people who had
seen an outline of the script,
explained that the purpose
of the film is to "glorify
Yasir Arafat and the PLO."
The movie, he continued,
"is going to show a number
of PLO terrorist raids and
justify them" and "then
condemn Israel for any re-
sponsiveness. It will be an
anti-Israeli film which, in
effect, says that Israel has
usurped 'historic Arab
homeland' and made the
Palestinians 'homeless and
oppressed.'
A determined effort
will then be made by the
UN Special Unit on Pales-
tinian Rights to have the
film aired on American
television as well as on
television throughout the
world.
"This special unit is plan-
ning to be in business per-
manently," Korey warned,
"and Nov. 29, the anniver-
sary of the 1947 UN parti-
tion of Palestine, is to be
celebrated annually as a
day of mourning."
In addition to the Nov.
29 observance and film
premier, Schoenberg
said "the special unit will
issue news bulletins
throughout the year and
will report on actions and
resolutions of the UN on
behalf of the PLO that
support the delegitimiza-
tion of Israel and
Zionism."
In Buenos Aires, Vice
Admiral Oscar Months, the
Foreign Minister of Argen-
tina, expressed concern to
Arab diplomats here over
contacts between the Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion and Argentine ter-
rorists.
According to La Prensa,
. Montes summoned the am-
bassadors of Syria and
Algeria to discuss that sub-
ject and the general situa-
tion in the Middle East.

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