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June 27, 1980 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-06-27

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14 Friday, June 21, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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(Continued from Page 1)
The package deal began
forming Monday night
when the Carter people re-
viewed the Jerusalem
plank. David Rubinstein,
assistant to Stuart
Eizenstadt, the President's
chief domestic adviser, said
that they felt the qualifying
sentence "would be misin-
terpreted." David Aaron,
deputy National Security
Council chairman, then ap-
proached Theodore Soren-
son, chief of the Kennedy
forces involved, and the
compromising began.
"It was worked out be-
tween- them," Eizenstadt
later told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency.
The long Mideast sec-
tion says: "Our nation
feels a profound moral
obligation to sustain and
protect the security of Is-
rael." It says "U.S. policy
is — and should continue
to be — guided also by the
following principles: UN
Security Council Resolu-
tion 242, unchanged, and
the Camp David accords
are the basis for peace in
the Middle East; We sup-
port Israel's security and
will continue to provide
generous military and
economic aid to that end;
Jerusalem should remain
forever undivided with
free access to the holy
places for peoples of all
faiths; We oppose crea-
tion of an independent
Palestinian state; We will
not negotiate with or rec-
ognize the Palestinian
Liberation Organization,
unless and until it ac-
cepts Israel's right to
exist and UN Security
Council Resolution 242
and 338.
"It is also long past time
for an end to terrorism or
other acts of violence
against Israel. We have not
and will not use our aid to

Chief Rabbi
Chosen in Paris

PARIS (JTA) — Rabbi
Alain Goldmann was
elected Chief Rabbi of Paris
for a seven-year term Mon-
day.
The 49-year-old rabbi,
who holds a degree in Ger-
man language and civiliza-
tion, was born in- Strasbourg
and began his career as an
army chaplain in the
southwest military district
in 1959.
He became a Navy chap-
lain in 1967 and Chief
Jewish Chaplain of France's
armed forces in 1978. Like
the new Chief Rabbi of
France, Rene Sirat, Rabbi
Goldmann has -played a
major role in the field of
education.
He said after his election
that he would work closely
with Sirat to promote
Jewish education and tradi-
tion in France. He said he
would also strive to keep the
French Jewish community
united, observing that there
was no difference between
Ashkenazic and Sephardic
Jews.

Israel as a tool for bargain-
ing and we will never per-
mit the policies of oil to
influence our policies
toward peace or our support
for Israel."
The platform which was
understood here as fully ac-
ceptable to all factions in
the Democratic Party and is
expected to be approved
without change at the
Democratic national con-
vention in August also says:
"Elsewhere in the Middle
East we support the im-
provement of relations with
modern Arab states._We
support the independence,
sovereignty and integrity of
Lebanon. And we call upon
all states in the region to
support the historic efforts
of Israel and Egypt to build
a comprehensive peace."

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