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October 20, 1978 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-20

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44 Friday, October 20, 1978

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Presidents Conference Hits UN's Palestinian Campaign

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The $500,000 campaign by
the United Nations
Secretariat to "promote"
Palestinian rights has been
denounced by the Confer-
ence of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organ-
izations as a "crude attempt

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to glorify Arab terrorism
and the murderous PLO."
Theodore R. Mann,
chairman of the Conference
of Presidents, called on UN
Secretary General Kurt
Waldheim and U.S. Ambas-
sador to the UN Andrew
Young to "take no part in
this blatant effort to attack
the legitimacy of the state of
Israel."
Mann called the cam-
paign — which includes a
pro-Palestine Liberation
Organization film starring
Yasir Arafat to be pre-
miered at the United Na-
tions on Nov. 29 — "an ef-
fort to distort the history of
the Middle East, to justify
the terrorist slaughter of
innocent women and chil-
dren and to canonize Arafat
as a great hero of national
liberation. It is a grievous
affront to the cause of peace
and an indignity to the
American people, whose
taxes are paying for 25 per-
cent of it."
The UN drive is based
on a General Assembly
resolution last December
establishing a "Special
Unit on the Palestinian
People" with an appro-
priation of $500,000. It in-

Israeli Complaint
on Newspaper
Article Rejected

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LONDON (JTA) — The
Press Council, the watchdog
on ethics in the British
press, has rejected a com-
plaint about allegations in
the Sunday Times that Is-
rael had tortured Arab pris-
oners.
Following a complaint by
Labor MP Eric Moonman,
chairman of the Zionist
Federation, and after hear-
ing evidence on his behalf
from Jerusalem Post jour-
nalist David Krivine, the
council said that it was not
its function to decide
whether the allegations in
detail were true but consid-
ered that Sunday Times
editor Harold Evans had
reasonable grounds at the
time for believing them.
Moonman made his com-
plaint to the Press Council
following the June 19, 1977
front page report by the
Sunday Times' insight
team. The articles caused
worldwide controversy, and
the paper published a
strong denial by the Israel
Embassy.

AJC to Hear
Califano, Blum
and Kissinger

NEW YORK — Health,.
Education and Welfare Sec-
retary Joseph A. Califano
Jr., former Secretary of
State Henry A Kissinger,
and Yehuda Blum, Israeli
ambassador to the United
Nations, head the list of na-
tional and international ex-
perts who will address the
annual meeting of the
American Jewish Commit-
tee's National Executive
Council this weekend in
Cambridge, Mass.

There are bones without
meat, but no meat without
bones

eludes, in addition to the
pro-PLO film, the publi-
cation of a newsletter and
a series of pamphlets.
The publicity drive will
peak on Nov. 29, which will
be celebrated as "Interna-
tional Day of Solidarity
with the Palestinian
People." That date, which
marks the 31st anniversary
of the UN Palestine Parti-
tion Plan, will be marked at
the UN by a performance of
a Palestinian dance troupe,
a photo exhibition on Pales-
tinian rights in the UN
lobby and a series of
speeches in the General As-
sembly.
Mann said the film "con-
dones PLO terrorism by
presenting 'moderate'
Palestinians who say such
attacks are necessary as a
`last resort.' "
He added: "At a time

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an effort that not only does
violence to the UN charter
but subverts the possibility
of progress toward peace."

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