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September 19, 1980 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 19, 1980 " 5

U.S. Opposes Renewed Stand Against Israel by UN

(Continued from Page 1)
in Washington and with UN
Secretary General Kurt
Waldheim.
Next week, Shamir is
scheduled to meet with at
least 20 other foreign minis-
ters attending the General
Assembly, including repre-
sentatives of European,
ft An and Latin American
Aries which have dip-
lomatic relations with Is-
rael.
Blum said that Israel
will come under fire not
only in the general de-
bate but in the seven
committees of the Gen-
eral Assembly. He re-
called that since the be-
ginning of this year, nine
meetings of the Security
Council were devoted to
Israel and said that this
year would be a year "of
concentrated offensive
against Israel orches-
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trated by the Palestine
Liberation Organiza-
tion."

Blum said the purpose of
the PLO and its supporters
is to gradually "de-
legitimize" Israel in the in-
ternational community.

Blum said the climax of
the Arab offensive against
Israel is targeted for Nov. 15
and thereafter. Many of the

anti-Israel
resolutions
adopted since the beginning
of this year established Nov.
15 as the date for reviewing
Israel's compliance with
them, Blum explained. He
said the Nov. 15 date was
chosen also because it is
after the U.S. Presidential
elections.
Blum said that he and Is-
rael's ambassador to the
U.S., Ephraim Evron,

would meet with U.S. State
Department officials to dis-
cuss the General Assembly
session.
The Israeli diplomat
also announced that an
additional 11 diplomats
will join the eight mem-
bers of the permanent Is-
rael Mission and that two
Knesset members will
join Israel's UN delega-
tion as advisers during

Wiesel and Evron Warn of UN
Dangers at Bond Conference

MEXICO CITY (JTA) —
Elie Wiesel, the interna-
tionally famed author, has
called for an international
campaign against the
United Nations to expose
that organization, not for
just its anti-Israel positions
but as a forum for promul-
gating "oil imperialism, oil
racism and oil anti-
Semitism."
At the closing banquet of
the 30th anniversary inter-
national Israel Bond Con-
ference held here, Wiesel
told the 400 delegates, "The
United Nations has become
a forum for the most vicious
propaganda machinery
against men. It has bet-
rayed its own charter." He
described the international
forum today as a "farce
which we must expose."
Israeli Ambassador Ep-
hraim Evron, a participant
in the Jerusalem conference
of September 1950 organiz-
ing the Israel Bond drive,
referred to "peace with
Egypt" as the difference be-
tween 1950 and 1980.
"These thirty years
were probably the most
important years of our
nationhood," Evron told
the gathering. "Your
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Author Elie Wiesel
meets with Detroiter
David Holtzman during
the Israel Bond confer-
ence in Mexico City.
* * *
loan dollars to build the
infrastructure has made
the difference. If there is
peace between Israel and
Egypt, it is because Israel
is strong militarily and
economically."
Both Evron and Wiesel
expressed the view that
eventually the world would
understand'Israel's right to
Jerusalem. Evron told the
audience "Soon the world
will come to recognize
Jerusalem for what it is —
the capital of Israel."
In his criticism of the UN,
Wiesel predicted that the
UN would vote Israel out of
the international body as a
punishment, especially for
Israel's position on
Jerusalem. "Once again we
will be an outlaw people. We
must be vigilant."
In his keynote address to
the delegates, Dr. Yaacov
Ne'eman, director general
of the Israel Ministry of Fi-
nance, cited positive signs

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir announced that an
Egyptian group will visit El
Arish in northern Sinai
next week to examine
facilities there and to dis-
cuss with Israeli officials
the immediate opening of
that border cross point to
the interchange of goods be-
tween Israel and Egypt.
Israelis believe such traf-
fic could substantially re-
duce the costs of the
import-export trade be-
tween the two countries
which is a facet of normali-
zation.

the three-month session. in the Mideast has been
They are Haim Corfu of created. It must not be
Likud and Meir Amit of jeopardized. It must not be
the Labor Alignment.
compromised. It deserves to
Meanwhile, Vice be supported." 44..
The United Nations, he
President Walter Mondale
called on the United Na- added, "can best serve the
tions to reject any calls that memory of Ralph Bunche by
would undermine the pro- building on the foundation
gress made by the for peace in the Mideast"
Egyptian-Israeli peace and by rejecting calls from
agreement and said the UN any who would undermine
should help build peace in the progress made.
the Mideast on the founda-
tions of that agreement.
OFFICIAL
AGENCY
Addressing a meeting at
the General Assembly Hall
to dedicate a monument in
memory of UN Under Sec-

OMEG

in Israel's economy in 1980
as a result of the govern- Bunche, who won the 1950
ment's economic policy but Nobel Peace Prize for help-
at the same time he em- ing Israel and its Arab
phasized the vital need for neighbors in reaching an
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"Today, Israel and Egypt
Local delegates to the live not at truce but at
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