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January 18, 1980 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-01-18

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44 Friday, January 18, 1980

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`Jews Have Right to Differ
With Blacks on PLO Issue'

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
major black fader, speak-
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committee of the National
Council of Jewish Women
(NCJW), said that some
Jews are too "timid" when it
comes to criticizing black
supporters of the Palestine
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supporters happen to be
blacks.
"I don't believe," said
Norman Hill, director of the
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tute, "that Jews should be
timid when it comes to voic-
ing disagreements about
the PLO.
"When any black leader
or group embarks on a polit-
ical course which might
very well undermine the
peace process in the Middle
East whileat the same time
aiding the PLO — the most
fanatical enemy of Israel
and the Jewish community
— then Jews have a right,
indeed a responsibility to
disagree."
Hill, who had been in-
vited by the NCJW to dis-
cuss the rift in black-
Jewish relations stem-
ming from the reisgna-
tion of Andrew Young as
U.S. Ambassador to the
United Nations,
cautioned Jewish leaders
to avoid stereotyping
blacks.
"If black-Jewish relations
are to be improved," he de-
clared, "there must be an in-
tensified effort within the
Jewish community to
counter generalizations
about black positions on Is-
rael and the PLO."

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