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July 11, 1980 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-07-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Squadron Hits Statement by American
Jewish Leaders; Two Give a Disclaimer

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Howard Squadron, who as-
sumed office last week as
chairman of the Conference
of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organ-
izations, sharply criticized
the statement released in
Jerusalem in which 56
prominent American Jews,
including three of his pre-
decessors, took issue with
policies of Premier
Menahem Begin's govern-
ment.
Squadron said: "I find it
most regrettable that
American Jewish leaders
should engage in this kind
of public debate concerning
the policies pursued by the
government of Israel.
"Such- debate is always
unhelpful and divisive. It
creates the inevitable im-
pression that the dif-
ferences within the Jewish

community are more impor-
tant than the areas of
agreement. In fact, the
Jewish community is united
on the most important mat-
ters:
"First,_ that Jerusalem
shall remain undivided
and the capital of Israel,
with free access to' all
faiths. Second, that the
Camp David accords re-
present a great achieve-
ment for peace and that
the effort to achieve a
workable autonomy ar-
rangement for the West
Bank and Gaza should be
persistently pursued.
"Third that Israel is a
functioning democracy and
that its government will
rise or fall on the basis of the
wishes of the people of. Is-
rael, who are quite capable
of carrying on great debates
among themselves."

Two of Squadron's pre-
decessors who signed the
statement in Jerusalem,
Rabbi Alexander Schindler
and Theodore Mann, issued
a statement of their own:
"We are deeply disturbed
by the abusive comments of
Leonard Fein in making
public the statement to
which we gave our names,
and we dissociate ourselves
completely from his
charges.
"Prime Minister Begin
is a world statesman of
the highest integrity, a
peacemaker whose name
will be revered through-
out the history of the
Jewish people. In most
matters we are in full
agreement and sympathy
with Mr. Begin's policies;
in some we differ from
him. But the insults to the
Prime Minister ex-

Kreisky Won't Invite PLO
After New Threats to Israel

VIENNA — Austrian
Chancellor Bruno Kreisky
said in a recenfil'itervieVV
that he could not invite
Palestine Liberation
Organization - representa-
tives to upcoming meetings
of the Socialist Interna-
tional.
Kreisky, a vice president
of the international, told the
Vienna daily "Die Presse"
that he disagreed with a
PLO resolution reiterating
the group's aim of destroy-
ing Israel.
"I cannot support an
invitation," the news-
paper quoted him as say-
ing. "Following the re-

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A communique' after a
PLO congress in Damas-
cus in late May said
Fatah, the largest ter-
rorist organization
within. the PLO, still in-
tended to destroy Israel
and establish a Palesti-
nian:state.
Kreisky criticized Israeli
authorities for deporting
West Bank Mayors Fand
Kawasma of Hebron and
Mohammed Milhem of
Halhoul in early May, say-
ing the act was "against any
democratic principle" and
"regrettable and gro-
tesque."

pressed by Mr. Fein are
utterly inexcusable.
"We signed a call to con-
science, not a political
polemic. It was an expres-
sion against extremism and
violence, from whatever
source. We do not regard
Prime Minister Begin or his
policies as `extremist' or as a
`disaster' and we deeply re-
sent the effort by Mr. Fein to
associate us with such
views."

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Israeli Cabinet
Discusses U.S
Oil Commitment

JERUSALEM (JTA)
The talks between Israel
and the U.S. over the lat-
ter's commitment to supply
Israel with oil in an emer-
gency, which ended incon-
clusively last week were
discussed during Sunday's
Cabinet session.
Energy Minister Yitzhak
Modai reported what he
characterized as the
"tough" position- taken by
the American delegation,
headed by Assistant Secre-
tary of State Dean Hinton.
The main difference be-
tween the two countries ap-
parently is over what con-
stitutes an "emergency."
The Americans say they are
committed to supply Israel
with oil if Israel cannot ob-
tain supplies sufficient for
its needs from other sources.

Settlement Cuts
Ties to Gush

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Some 50 families living at
the West Bank settlement
of Givon, north of
Jerusalem, have cut them-
selves off from the Gush
Emunim movement.
They formed a new vil-
lage committee and said
they intended to run their
affairs independently.

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