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are not involved in any form
of campaign against him
following the U.S. vote
against Israel in the Secu-
rity Council March 1.
According to an Israeli
spokesman, Blum pointed
out to McHenry that Israel
is critical of the U.S. vote
but that this criticism is not
in any way a personal criti-
cism of the American am-
bassador. "All news reports
to the contrary," Blum said,
are baseless and with no
foundation."

By LEONARD DAVIS

(Editor's note: The fol-
lowing article is re-
printed from Near East
Report.)
Amid this week's edito-
rial condemnation and
criticism over the Carter
Administration's yo-yo tac-
tics at the United Nations,
the bitterness of the Chris-
tian Science Monitor stands
out. The pro-Palestinian

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paper expressed the shock of
someone personally bet-
rayed.
On March 3, a Monitor
editorial responded favora-
bly to Ambassador McHen-
ry's affirmative vote. "The
vote represents a hardening
of policy and a demonstrat-
ive show of sympathy for the
Palestinian Arabs," the
paper wrote. We applaud
the move."
Ironically, the affirma-
tive vote was not enough for
the Monitor. It "will have to
be followed by others of
sterner stuff," the paper
said. The Palestinian prob-
lem, in short, is not only the
key to good relations with
the Arab states and future
oil supplies. It has become a
major, if not the major, fac-
tor in the U.S. efforts to
counter Soviet expan-
sionism in Southwest Asia."
The Monitor's news
stories also portrayed the
vote in positive light. A new
"entente" had been formed
between the United States
and the PLO, wrote Ned
Temko, "sparking hopes .. .
or revived efforts to bring
the PLO into the Middle
East negotiationing proc-
ess."
Then came the shock. The
Monitor's disappointment
with Carter's reversal could
hardly be contained. On
March 5, Carter's an-
nouncement ,was termed
an abject capitulation to
ethnic pressures in a politi-
cally sensitive year." There
was nothing objectionable
in the resolution, the paper
complained: "To call . . . for
the dismantling of Israeli
settlement deemed to be un-
lawful to begin with strikes
us as a reasonable and con-
sistent position."
The Monitor further
charged that Carter's oppo-
sition with the resolution's
Jerusalem sections may

1980 Candidates
Respond on M.E.

WASHINGTON — The
March 19 issue of Near East
Report, published by the
America-Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee, contains
an eight-page "1980
Presidential Candidate
Survey."
The survey covers the
candidates' responses to 11
questions about Israel and
the Middle East.
Copies of the survey are
available for 50 cents from
Near East Report, 444 N.
Capitol St., N.W., Washing-
ton, D.C. 20001.

No Decorum

NEW YORK (ZINS) —
Former Knesset Speaker
and now Israel Foreign
Minister Yitzhak Shamir
has criticized the Knesset in
an interview with Israel
Landers in the Hebrew
periodical Hadoar.
Shamir said that 50 of the
120 Knesset members are
serving their first term and
their has been more de-
corum in previous Knessets.

"represent a shift in U.S.
policy."
"How could the Adminis-
tration make a mistake on
such an overridingly impor-
tant diplomatic issue? the
Monitor asked. Many news-
papers and columnists had
ready responses.
Martin Peretz, editor of
The New Republic, charged
that the affirmative U.S.
vote is part of a consistent
pattern of erratic behavior
in diplomacy which betrays
our allies, encourages our
enemies and misleads
others whose friendship and
understanding we seek .. .
"But what happened at
the Security Council was
not simply a breakdown in
communications," Peretz
said. "The U.S. vote for the
resolution was the result of
a deliberate decision of the
President and the secretary
of state that Israel should be
censured for its settlement
plans in ancient Hebron."
Similarly, columnist
George F. Will wrote that
despite the Administration
"defending itself against
the charge it knew what it
was doing . . . the narrow
nature of the Administra-
tion's objections to the reso-
lution's broad assault on Is-
rael suggest that the vote
was the result of the Ad-
ministration's recurring
itch to compromise an ally."
Will rejected the adminis-
tration excuse of garbled
communication as "prepos-
terous." "The resolution
stinks like rotting carp," he
wrote. "How much instruct-
ing do U.S. diplomats need
to avoid swallowing rotten
fish?"
Other columnists looked
to see who was to blame for
the UN blunder. Anthony
Lewis recommended the
dismissals of Secretary
Vance and National Secu-
rity Adviser Zbigniew
Brzezinski — "the person
who ought to be the
President's damage-control
officer in foreign policy."

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UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — Yehuda Blum, Is-.
rael's ambassador to the
United Nations, told United
States Ambassador Donald
McHenry last week that the
government of Israel and
the Israel Mission at the UN

Christian Science Monitor Is Hit
by President Carter's Reversal

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McHenry Bias Denied by Israel

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