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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-10-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 12, 1979 5

PLO Hedging on Terrorism Rescinds SCLC Invitation to Arafat

(Continued from Page 1)
against Israel.
The PLO statement was
issued after Rev. Jesse
Jackson left Beirut last Fri-
day after an 11-day five-
nation Mideast tour which
included Israel, Egypt, Jor-
dan, Syria and Lebanon. Be-
fore leaving Beirut,
Jackson, who is the head of
Operation PUSH, claimed
that the PLO had "seized
the initiative" by declaring
a cease-fire in south Leba-
. The declaration, how-
c made no mention of
ending terrorist activity
against Israel.

,

Fauntroy said Arafat's
cease-fire declaration
was inadequate and that
it does not guarantee an
end to terrorism in Israel
or on the West Bank and
Gaza Strip. The black
leader said on a local
radio interview that "I in-
tend to withhold any invi-
tation to Mr. Arafat until
there is some clear indi-
cation that he is prepared
to at least respond to our
initial request to a
moratorium on violence
everywhere, including
inside the nation of Is-
rael."

Fauntroy also said the
SCLC would not launch its
education forums on the
Mideast until "we get a
clearer understanding of
what their (PLO) intentions
are in respect to the
moratorium." Regarding
the Lebanon cease-fire, he
added, "That for me is not
adequate. It has to be a un-
ilateral and across-the-
board moratorium includ-
ing acts of violence inside
Israel."
Meanwhile, in Amman,
Abdul-Jawad Saleh, a
member of the PLO execu-
tive committee, said over

Vatican Pressured on Israel

(Continued from Page 1)
Episcopal Church, Oberlin,
Ohio; Harold and Jean
Dart, International Asso-
ciation of Christians for Is-
rael, Bellingham, Wash.;
Colleen Dewhurst; John E.
Donovan, regional director,
National Conference of
Christians and Jews, Des
Moines, Iowa.
Dr. A. Roy Eckardt,
Lehigh University; Prof.
Alice L. Eckardt, Lehigh
University; chairperson,
Israel Study Group; Prof.
William R. Estep, South-
western Baptist Theolog-
ical Seminary; The Rev.
Robert Everett, Em-
manuel United Church of
Christ, Irvington, N.J.;
Father Edward H. Flan-
nery, director, Office of
Continuing Education
for The Clergy; Diocese of
Providence, former di-
rector, Secretariat for
Catholic-Jewish Rela-
tions, National Confer-
ence of Catholic Bishops.
Frank Gervasi; Sister
Ann Gillen, National Coali-
tion of American Nuns; The
Rev. William B. Gray, Trin-
ity Church, New York City;
Lionel Hampton; The Rev.
William H. Harter, The
Presbyterian Church of Fal-
ling Spring; Chambersberg,
Pa., secretary-treasurer,
National Christian Leader-
ship Conference for Israel;
The Rev. Kenneth Herbs-
ter, director, Newman Cen-
c ter, Montclair College; Pas-
tor Robert Hooley, Faith
Bible Chapel, Denver, Colo.
Also, Dr. David R.
Hunter; Dr. David Hyatt,
president, National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews;
Dr. John F.X. Irving,
chairman of the National
Committee of Christian
Ilz:-,,-yers for Peace and Jus-
PII n the Middle East; Pas-
for Ed Jones, International
Singers, Denver, Colo.; Dr.
David A. Lewis, Assembly
of God Pastor; president,
Christians United for Is-
rael; Dr. Franklin H. Lit-
tell, president, National
Christian Leadership Con-
ference for Israel; professor
of religion, Temple Univer-
sity.
Also, Tony LoBianco; F.
Stephen McArthur, execu-
tive director, National
Christian Leadership Con-
ference for Israel; Don
McEvoy, senior vice
president, National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews;
The Rev. Christopher F.

Mooney, S.J., assistant Church in America;
dean, University of Abbot Leo Rudloff, OSB,
Pennsylvania Law School; -Weston Priory.
Dr. Ursula M. Niebuhr; Sis-
Also, Father John B.
ter M. Alfred Noble, CSJ, Sheerin, editor emeritus,
Fontbonne College; Paul The Catholic World; Gerard
O'Dwyer; Msgr. John M. E. Sherry, executive editor,
Oesterreicher, Institute of The Voice — the official
Judaeo-Christian Studies, newspaper of the Archdio-
Seton Hall University.
cese of Miami; The Rev. Hil-
Also, Dr. Arnold T. Ol- ton Sutton, chairman of the
son, president emeritus, board, Mission to America;
Evangelical Free Church Sister Rose Thering, OP,
of America; The Rev. vice chairman, America-
John T. Pawlikowski, Israel Friendship League;
Catholic Theological professor, Seton Hall Uni-
Union, Chicago; Prof. versity.
John P. Roche, Fletcher
Also, Sister Margaret
School of Law and Dip- Traxler, executive director,
lomacy; Prof. D.B. Institute on Women Today;
Robertson, Department The Rev. Victor R.
of Religion, Syracuse Yanitelli, SJ, chancellor, St.
University; Isaiah Robin- Peter's College, New Jersey
son, chairman, Commis- City, N.J.; and Sister Ann
sion on Human Rights, Patrick Ware, SL, Commis-
New York City; The Rev. sion on Faith and Order,
Isaac C. Rottenberg, National Council of
minister, , Reformed Churches.

Widowed, Divorced to Meet
for Support Group Sessions

SPACE will offer a
variety of programs for
separated, divorced and
widowed persons this week.
At 7:30 p.m. Monday,
"For Men Only," a discus-
sion group for widowed and
divorced men will meet at
the National Council of
Jewish Women offices,
16400 W. 12 Mile, South-
field. There is a charge.
The weekly drop-in 'dis-
cussion group for widowed
and divorced men and
women will meet 8 p.m.
Wednesday at the NCJW
offices. A trained facilitator
will be on hand to lead the
discussion.
The Young Widowed
Program Committee of
SPACE will present an

evening of "Games for
Communication" 8 p.m.
Thursday at the NCJW
offices.
Jim Macy will discuss the
use of games as a means of
communication between
parents and children. He
also will speak on a series of
computerized educational
enrichment programs
available for youngsters.
There is a charge and all
single parents are invited.
Carole Israel is chairman of
the Young Widowed Pro-
gram Committee.
For information on pro-
grams offered by SPACE, a
service of NCJW, call Aida
Cutler, weekdays between 9
a.m. and 2 p.m., 557-9604.

Women's League Donor Due

Ladies of Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah and Women's
Sabbath League will hold
their 58th annual donor
luncheon noon Oct. 24 at the
yeshiva building. •
Sponsors of the luncheon
are Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Cottler, who have been
active in efforts on behalf of
fund raising for education
here and in Israel.
Entertainment will be
provided by Cantor Shabtai
Ackerman of Cong. Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses. He
will be accompanied by Re-
becca Forman. President

the weekend that the PLO
rejected proposals by
Jackson calling for the
freezing of its violence
against Israel, recognition
of Israel and joining the
Camp David accords.
In a related development,
the White House has con-
firmed that President Car-
ter sought to have Premier
Menahem Begin of Israel
reverse his decision not to
meet with Jackson during
his visit to Israel.
Jackson met this week
for 90 minutes with U.S.
Ambassador to the Mid-
dle East Robert Strauss
and Assistant Secretary
of State Harold Saun-
ders.
Following that meeting,
held at Jackson's request,
the State Department
bluntly announced that the
visits of black leaders with
the PLO has not changed
U.S. opposition to dealing
with the terrorists without
preconditions.
Strauss later told the Se-
nate Foreign Relations
Committee that he saw no
change in the PLO's atti-
tude as a result of the
Jackson trip and "Unhap-
pily, I don't think he
brought back anything that
moves the process along in
any way."
Jackson's cool reception
in Israel was echoed in some
Arab quarters according to
a report in the New York

Times:
"He didn't do his
homework, and he got his
geography mixed," said
Salim Tamari, a profes-
sor of sociology at Bir
Zeit University, on the
West Bank.
Several Palestinians
laughed at Jackson's confu-
sion about where things
were. He apparently

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thought the Jordan River
divided Israel from Leba-
non, and spoke several
times about stopping the
violence "on both sides of
the Jordan." In fact, the
Israeli-Jordanian border is
peaceful.

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