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July 04, 1980 - Image 16

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Friday, July 4, 1980

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Monday as the Security
Council adopted, 14-0, a
resolution declaring that
"all legislative and ad-
ministrative measures and
actions taken by Israel, the
occupying power, which
purport to alter the char-
acter and status of the holy
city of Jerusalem have no
legal validity and constitute
a flagrant violation of the
Fourth Geneva Conven-
tion."
The resolution, which
concluded a highly-.
acrimonious debate on
Jerusalem, also declared
that all measures "which
alter the geographic, de-
mographic and historical
character and status" of
Jerusalem, "are null and
void and must be rescinded
in compliance with the re-
levant resolutions of the Se-
curity Council."
The U.S. State Depart-
ment took a dim view of the
preliminary debate, saying
that it served no "useful
purpose."
During the debate, Ab-
dalla Yaccoub Bishara,
Kuwait's UN Ambas-
sador, warned that if
Premier Menahem Begin
of Israel moved his office
to East Jerusalem it
would set off a religious
confrontation between
Islam and Judaism.
Another Arab speaker
was Clovis Maksoud, the
permanent observer of the
League of Arab Staes to the
UN, who acknowledged
that Jews have a spiritual
association with Jerusalem.
But this, he said, "does not
constitute under any cir-
cumstances a claim to
legitimize conquest, anne-
xation and aggression." He
urged the Council to adopt
measures that would put an
end to "the usurpation" that
Israel undertook day after
day in "our Jerusalem."
Yehuda Blum, Israel's
ambassador to the United
Nations, declared that
"Jerusalem has always
been, as it is today, the capi-
tal of the Jewish people.
And it has been the capital
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of the state of Israel since
the restoration of our na-
tional independence more
than three decades ago."
Addressing the security
council's ---' debate on
Jerusalem, the Israeli
envoy continued:
"Jerusalem has always
been a united city, except
for the period between 1948
and 1967, when it was
temporarily and artificially
divided. While persecution
and insecurity reduced the
number of its Jewish resi-
dents periodically, Jews
throughout the world have.
always clung to Jerusalem
and have longed to return to
it. Since modern population
statistics first became
available in the early 19th
Century, those statistics
have consistently shown the
existence of an uninter-
rupted Jewish majority
among the city's residents."
Blum said: "There is no
substance to the allega-
tion that Israel is in the
process of altering the
existing situation in
Jerusalem. It is errone-
ous to suggest that the
government of Israel
proposes to alter the
status of Jerusalem,
which is the capital of Is-
rael."
He added that Israel "is
deeply mindful of the
spiritual treasures and uni-
versal interests in
Jerusalem and the rights of
members of all faiths are
guaranteed by Israeli law
which provides "unre-
stricted access to all holy
places" in Jerusalem to all
members of any religion.
In a related development,
the Knesset's constitution
committee decided Monday
to send the Controversial
Jerusalem status bill to the
full Knesset for its first
reading. Only three mem-
bers opposed the move.
The measure, proclaim-
ing united Jerusalem to be
Israel's capital, was pro-
posed last month by Geula
Cohen of the ultra-
nationalist Tehiya faction,

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