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February 15, 1980 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-02-15

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Friday, February 15, 1980 23

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Israel Human Rights Record
Defended Before UN Body

GENEVA (JTA) —
Jerome Shestack, the
American delegate to the
United Nations Human
Rights Commission, said
that attacks on Israel's
human rights practices in
the occupied Arab ter-
ritories "simply (do) not ac-
cord" with the findings of
the U.S. State Department
published in its 1979 report
on human rights in Israel
and other countries
throughout the world.
Shestack spoke after a
succession of speakers de-
nounced Israel for alleged
violations of Arab rights in
the territories during a de-
bate on the issue which
opened in Geneva last week
under the auspices of the
United Nations Human
Rights Commission.
He noted that "The
specific issues concerning
the occupied territories,
such as civilian settle-
ments, allegations of tor-
ture, arrests and detention,
economic development and
political rights are dealt
with" in the State Depart-
ment's report. He offered to
make copies available to
any delegate.
"I must regretfully note
for the record here that
much of what we have
been hearing at this ses-
sion about the human
rights situation in Israel
and the occupied ter-
ritories simply does not
accord with the careful,
considered conclusions
in that report," Shestack
said.
Speaking earlier, Niall
MacDermot, secretary gen-
eral of the International
Commission of Jurists, one
of the non-governmental
bodies participating in the
debate, claimed that on a
visit to Israel and the occu-
pied territories last month
he found that "psychologi-
cal pressure, including pro-
longed periods of sleep de-
privation, are still widely
resorted to by Israeli offi-

cials in the course of inter-
rogating Arab suspects."
MacDermot also said that
he was fully convinced that
the "Camp David agree-
ments" and the "autonomy"
scheme were totally re-
jected by the Palestinian
population. He said that
while he understood Israel's
concern for "secure fron-
tiers" he was not certain
exactly what frontiers the
Israelis wanted to secure.
He said he could not ac-
cept the "extreme explana-
tion" given him by Premier
Menahem Begin in which
the Israeli leader claimed
that the Balfour Declara-
tion established the right of
the Jewish people to the
entirety of the Palestinian
territories under the British
Mandate.

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Histadrut Parley
Features Eban

NEW YORK — The Na-
tional Histadrut Economic
Conference marking the
60th anniversary of the
founding of the Histadrut in
Israel opens tomorrow and
will continue through-
Thursday at the Konover
Hotel in Miami Beach.
Delegates from more than
30 Jewish communities in
the U.S. and Canada are ex-
pected to attend the four-
day gathering.
Abba Eban, Israel's
former foreign minister and
ambassador to the U.S. will
speak at the closing ban-
quet on Thursday.

Literary Thread

BRUSSELS (JTA) — A
recent Belgian study, "Au-
schwitz and Modern Ger-
man Literature," by Jean-
Paul Bier, shows that most
contemporary German
writers remain preoccupied
with the enormity of crimes
by the Nazis and Hitler's ef-
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