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August 01, 1980 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-08-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Community Council Applauds
Unanimous Support for Israel

Marian
Shifman, Mrs. Shifman, in a letter to
president of the Jewish Council affiliated groups,
Community Council, has emphasized the need to dis-
urged that organizational tinguish between isolated
leaders stress the unanim- differences of opinion and
ity of the Jewish community unanimous community
on matters pertinent to Is- support for the following
rael's security.
basic points:
- Reacting to widely pub-
• The PLO is publicly
licized statements by prom- dedicated to the destruction
inent American Jewish of Israel. To hand over mili-
- leaders who oppose certain tary or diplomatic power to
Israeli government policies, such an unreconstructed
terrorist
organization
would be suicidal for both
NEED
Israel and American na-
tional interests in the Mid-
dle East.
• If an independent
it Mitzva Wedding
Palestinian state, un-
Stationery Etc.
limited in its jurisdiction,
were established on the
West Bank tomorrow, it
would be a PLO state.
anything
Call Barbara Starkman Therefore,
other than a gradually
developing autonomy, as
defined by the Camp

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• Any appeasement of
Arab demands at the ex-
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must be unacceptable to Is-
rael and to the United
States. The basic impedi-
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hard-line rejectionist Arab
states to accept the exist-
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• Jerusalem must re-
main the undivided capital
of Israel under Israeli sov-
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Mrs. Shifman recom-
mended that when indi-
viduals or organizations
communicate with political
leaders or the media, they
point out that there is con-
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support within the Jewish
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Commenting on Mrs.
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Consul-General Moshe Gil-
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rendered a significant
community service . . . it re-
flects the unity and solidar-
ity among Jews in general
and between the Jewish
people and the Jewish state
in particular."

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