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July 27, 1979 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-07-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12 Friday, July 27 1979

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peace efforts in the Mideast.
One-sided reports and reso-
lutions that ignore the
rights and interests of any
party will not help to
achieve the just and durable
peace."
Israel also charged in its
statement that the settle-
ments debate, which con-
sidered the recommenda-
tion of a three-member
commission's report on Is-
raeli settlements in the ad-
ministered territories, was
instigated by Jordan last
March to subvert the
Egyptian-Israeli peace
negotiations.
"The commission's re-
port," Israel declared,
"takes no account of Is-
rael's security require-
. ments and totally ignores
the inalienable rights of
the Jewish people in its
homeland, including the
right to settle in any part
of the land of Israel."
The commission, estab-
- lished by the council March
22, comprises representa-
tives of Zambia, Bolivia and
Portugal. Israel has not
cooperated with the com-
mission and when it visited
the Mideast in June it did
not allow its members to
enter the territories in
question. In its report to the
council the commission
sharply criticized Israel's
policies in the territories.

UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — The Security
Council adopted a resolu-
tion last Friday night cal-
ling on Israel "to cease on an
urgent basis the establish-
ment, construction and
planning of settlements" - in
the occupied territories. The
vote was 14-0, with one
abstention, the United
States.
Following the vote, Israel
issued a statement de-
nouncing the resolution,
calling it "one-sided," and
"distorted." The statement
said the resolution is yet a
further encouragement to
those attempting to subvert
and bypass the current

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Israel's UN ambassador,
Yehuda Blum, charged that
the Security Council was
being manipulated by "the
enemies of peace."
He said the settlements
"are only one aspect of the
complex role, and any at-
tempt to detach it arbitrar-
ily from the wider context is
a distortion of reality."
Blum explained that
the overall context of the
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cil Resolution 242 which
includes "the legitimate
security requirements of
the state of Israel, which
are directly relevant to
the question of settle-
ments." He said this as-
pect was ignored in the
commission's report.
In its recommendations to
the Security Council the
commission urged the coun-
cil to "launch a pressing ap-
peal to the government and
people of Israel, drawing
again their attention to the
disastrous consequences
which the settlement policy
is bound to have on any at-
tempt to reach a peaceful
solution in the Mideast."
The report also recom-
mended that "Israel should
be called upon to cease on an
urgent basis the establish-
ment, construction and
planning of settlements in
the occupied territories."
Blum said that the com-
mission's conclusions were
determined in advance and
the report accepts the views
of "Israel's avowed enemies
as though they constituted
hard and objective evi-
dence."
In an earlier speech to a
private group of UN sup-
porters, Blum delivered
the harshest criticism
ever given by an Israeli
envoy toward the UN
Secretariat.
Blum sharply criticized
the performance of Secre-
tary General Kurt Wal-
dheim who, he charged,
lacked "moral leadership,"
adding, the Secretary Gen-
eral, instead of taking issue
with the "majority of to-
talitarian regimes" at the
UN which vote for resolu-
tions deviating from its
CHARTER, CARRIES OUT
THOSE RESOLUTIONS.
The Israeli ambassador
claimed that the UN is in a
constant state of decline and
charged that the UN today
is ruled by a majority of
countries which he char-
acterized as dictatorships.
At the same time, he said,
the minority of its members
of the free world actually fi-
nance the world. organiza-
tion. He contended that the
UN consistently departs
"from its principles and its

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The award, which carries
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this summer for a six-week
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Gildesgame, who con-
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the development of Jewish
youth leadership in the
United Kingdom, is the
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chairman of the Maccabiah
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charter."
Blum warned that as long
as the UN is ruled by a
"majority of totalitarian re-
gimes I don't see how the
situation can be altered."
He noted, however, that the
UN is extremely sensitive
to public criticism in the
free world, especially from
the U.S. and from indepen-
dent groups.
He pointed out that coun-
tries of the free world at the
UN face problems when
they try to form a united
front against the majority
because "the energy crisis is
very much reflected in what
is going on in this organiza-
tion." Therefore, he said,
the free countries of the
West do not want to an-
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